Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable | You Make My Heart Pop

Create a very inexpensive kid’s Valentine with this dollar store (or craft store) find and my Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable.

Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable | You Make My Heart Pop TrishSutton.com

Have you ever heard of a “WACK-A-PACK? Several months ago a friend gifted these poppin’ party favors to my little guy and he became an instant fan.

The just of the wack-a-pack is to smack a small package with your hand and watch it inflate until the package can no longer stay sealed then out pops a small mylar party favor.

Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable | You Make My Heart Pop TrishSutton.com

The same friend who introduced me to these surprisingly fun favors last Halloween recently enlisted my help to think of ideas for a wack-a-pack themed Valentine note. My immediate thought was the “You Make My Heart Pop” popcorn Valentine that I created a few years ago. I then went to work on creating a Valentine Printable that would compliment the wack-a-packs for my friend’s daughter to share with classmates this Valentine’s Day.

Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable
You Make My Heart Pop

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Create your own popping Valentines in just a few minutes!

Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable | You Make My Heart Pop TrishSutton.com

SUPPLIES:

All printables found on this site are created strictly for personal use; they cannot be sold in their original nor a modified version. Do not upload or directly link to any of the PDF prints/downloads and/or distribute the printables as your own. Commercial use of the printables found on this site is strictly prohibited. These creations are made to share with readers and their families.

DIRECTIONS:

Just like my STAMP-ENDOUS Kids Valentines these kids valentines are super easy to assemble!

Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable | You Make My Heart Pop TrishSutton.com

First things first, grab the Free Printable….

Next use a paper cutter or scissors to cut out the individual valentine cards then fill in the “to” and “from” blanks and fold each card in half.

Add a wack-a-pack to each party bag then place a valentine note over the top of every bags and secure the note with a staple.

Create a very inexpensive kid's Valentine with this dollar store (or craft store) find and my Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable; You Make My Heart Pop! TrishSutton.com

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About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating content for this here blog, Trish can most often be found at the Little League field or watching a football game. Trish is a passionate volunteer, contract accountant, avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and will only eat Oreos in pairs. She has two boys born sixteen years apart and her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.