Valentine’s Printables for Water Bottles & Treat Pouches

Valentine’s printables rock because you can come up with fun and unique goodies for your child’s classroom or preschool.  These are an inexpensive way to present treats that are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face.

Valentine's Printables for Water Bottles & Treat Pouches as seen on

Valentine’s Day is a great time to show a bit of appreciate to family, friends, the mail man, teachers, doctors and nurses, or just about anyone you might run into!  Who couldn’t use a goody, especially when it’s decorated with such adorable smiling faces on them?

Below, you will find some downloads.  I have 2 different designs here, one with a little boy on it, and one with a little girl.  There are bottle labels, which would be PERFECT on water bottles (super cheap!), but would also work on sports drinks or other bottled drinks.  The next download for each design is for a little treat pouch or treat box.  This would be great for stuffing in a snack or some candy.

Thank you to The Vinyl Corner for designing these for me!

BOY Valentine's Printables for Water Bottles & Treat Pouches as seen on

Boy Bottle Labels

Boy Treat Pouches

GIRL Valentine's Printables for Water Bottles & Treat Pouches as seen on

Girl Bottle Labels

Girl Treat Pouches

Aren’t they precious?  I love that the cute little boy and precious little girl are hugging a heart.  You could also use these as a sweet party favor or decoration idea for a small child’s birthday party, a playdate, a friendship celebration, or even as a sweet little teacher’s gift “just because”.

Are you looking for other Valentine’s printables?

Check out my Valentine’s Day coupon book, maze idea, grape valentine, or the ultra easy (and quite practical) pencil valentine.  There’s no need to break the bank on a kind of silly holiday.  These printables keep you on a budget, but add a unique twist to what other families will be giving away.

How will you be using these Valentine’s printables?

About Jenn L

Jenn lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and 5 children. The family likes to eat healthy and try new recipes. Jenn homeschools all of the kids. She is heavily involved with local bloggers and is slightly addicted to social media.


  1. Hello Jenn, Got my idea to have bonding with my little sisters. They love making things out of paper. I think this one is awesome.