Whoop! Whoop! I’m doing the Cricut Dance after finding these cute, yet Easy Valentine Cards in Cricut Design Space. After finding these Cricut Valentine’s Day Cards, and seeing how easy they are to cut and make, I’m trying to decide how many I need.
I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised that these won’t take as long to make as you may have imagined.
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On the last (or fourth) Monday of each month, a group of bloggers participate in a #MovieMondayChallenge, hosted by C’mon Get Crafty! We decide on a topic, genre, or specific movie to use for inspiration and everyone gets free reign to create something wonderful!
This month’s challenge was. . . . “Romance! Everyone was allowed to choose their own favorite romantic film for this challenge.
Now let’s see what everyone else was inspired to create for this month’s #MovieMondayChallenge!! If you’d like to join our Facebook group, you can request an invite here.
My romantic movie for the challenge is “Valentine’s Day”.
I was hoping to find some cute, yet easy Valentine’s Day Cards to make using the Cricut Maker.
Cricut Design Space™ didn’t disappoint. It took me all of five minutes to find the cut files for these easy cards.
Supplies Needed For Easy Cards
The great news is that there are easy cards for all occasions in Cricut Design Space. Here are the supplies that I used.
- Cricut Machine (Sorry, the files for these cards are ONLY available in Cricut Design Space for use with the Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker.)
- Pink, Red, and Burgundy Cardstock Paper Pack
- Zig Glue Pen
- Bone Folder
Instructions for Cricut Valentine Cards
- Open Cricut Design Space.
- On the column on the left, click IMAGES.
- In the search box on the upper right, type VALENTINE.
- There are lots of heart and Valentine Shapes. If you scroll down a few rows, you will see several Valentine’s Day Cards. I cut four different cards, but there are several others that you can make. Most of these cards only use two colors, making them quick and easy projects.
I cut these cards using a variety of Valentine’s Day colors. They would be really pretty cut out using glitter paper. I didn’t add any embellishments, but you can add glitter, buttons, rhinestones, or ribbon.
This dinosaur delivering a Valentine is so cute for school age boys. I love how these cards are only two cuts. The first cut, does the shape of the card, and the second cut does the rectangular background.
I love this universal symbol for love. It was the first card that I chose to cut. You may want to resize the cards depending on what size envelopes you use.
I hope you enjoyed these easy cards for Valentine’s Day. You could make a stack of these in an evening instead of buying cards for class parties this year. The other parents will be impressed.
- Deco Mesh Valentine Wreath *GORGEOUS decoration*
- Valentine Cricut Treat Bag Tags Very Cute!
- Big Bang Theory Valentine Card
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- How to get started with Rubberstamping
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Visit the other crafty ladies to see what they’ve created for the Romantic Movie Challenge.
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