Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner!
It’s one of my favorite holidays and puts a little pep in my step amid the gloomy winter days.
Here is a list of 15 of my favorite heart-centric Cricut-created projects to get you in the mood. Pass the candy hearts, please!
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This might just be my ALL time favorite Cricut craft! These cute little coffee cups have a secret pocket for a gift card. Plus, this free SVG file can be reused all year long for any holiday by simply changing the cardstock color palette.
How cute are these Valentine's Day Print then Cut stickers? If you're new to Print then Cut, don't worry! This step-by-step photo tutorial and video will walk you through everything you need to know!
This stunning layered heart design is a sure-fire way to impress your Valentine! Use it to create a card or a piece of art.
Create a sweet shadow box with easy tissue paper flowers for some Valentine's Day decor.
If you're looking for a little inspiration when it comes to Valentine's Day designs, check out these 6 adorable designs. Perfect for festive t-shirts or maybe a sweet tote to gift to a friend.
Felt and glitter heat transfer material not only make this bunting cute, they make it the perfect decor item to reuse year after year! It would look great on a mantel or as party decor.
Fill these bitty boxes with treats or trinkets and you've got the perfect small gift for friends, teachers, and coworkers alike!
Planning a sweet soiree to celebrate your Valentine's Day? This post is a one-stop shop with three simple projects that will make a big impact, all made with your Cricut!
I saw a lot of star versions of these lanterns around Christmas time, but I love the heart rendition for Valentine’s Day decor! So clever and would look adorable hanging in windows.
This Iron-on t-shirt would be adorable for kids and adults alike. I love the abstract design and the custom color options.
These oversized paper lipstick tubes are a clever container to fill with treats for your Valentine! Cut the template with your Cricut and fill as desired.
This mini paper mailbox would be perfect for children’s Valentines boxes at school, and quite simple to assemble if you have a Cricut.
Small and sweet, these faux leather candy heart keychains are cut with a Cricut machine and made with iron-on material.
Such a creative Valentine combining two of my favorite things: paper flowers and chocolates!
This box not only looks impressive but has pockets for you to write love notes for the recipient. What a fun surprise to open!
I am swooning over these adorable heart pajamas for little kids. Add iron-on decals to purchased pajamas, or you could make your own with my free pattern!
If you’re in need of a simple DIY valentine option, homemade stickers and a sweet pun are a clear winner.
What are you making for Valentine's Day? Let me know in the comments below, I'd love to know!