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If you’re looking for Cricut Valentine Ideas, you’re in the right place. I’ve found 37 of the best Valentine Cricut Projects you can make this year. This list is guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing and give you tons of ideas to make this Valentine’s Day.
The best news is most of the Valentine crafts come with free SVG files and great instructions, making them beginner-friendly Cricut Crafts. And 99% of them you can use either your Cricut Explore Air, Explore 3, or Cricut Maker Machines.
Valentine’s Day Card Ideas with Cricut
The most popular gift to give on Valentine’s Day is a card expressing our love. You’re sure to find the perfect card to give with these simple Cricut Valentine’s Day cards.
Make easy Print the Cut Cards with this tutorial. They even pop up! You’ll learn how to use a pop-up card template to create your own designs so that you can make more than Valentine’s Day Cards.
It doesn’t get any cuter than this 3d Teddy bear card from Analytical Mommy. How adorable is that? Rachel provides the SVG for this craft and has great step-by-step instructions.
This fun Valentine’s S fold card can be made with your Cricut! Bette provides the cut files and the instructions to help you make this Valentine’s Day Card. It is sure to impress your loved ones!
Check out these five darling Valentine’s Cards from GingerSnapsCrafts. How cute are these Cricut Valentine cards? Ginger shares the cut files and gives some amazing card-making tips. She uses cardstock, vinyl, and Cricut pens to make these cuties.
This simple cut card made on the Cricut Joy is quick and easy to make. Yet it looks so elegant and is perfect to give to your Valentine. You can find this Valentine’s Day Card Tutorial on Sustain My Craft Habit. They give the full tutorial, including getting the design from Cricut Design Space.
Handmade Valentine’s Gift Ideas with Cricut
I love to give handmade gifts. Homemade gifts feel so much more personal, and they are loved by all that receive them. Anyone would love to get one of the Cricut Valentine’s Day projects.
This Valentine’s Gift box is made from cardstock. So not only is it super-budget friendly, it’s easy to make as well! You can fill the box with sweet treats or other little gifts.
How fun are these Acrylic Keychains from the Best Vinyl Cutters? Jolene shares the project link for these and has great instructions. The best news is they can be made with any Cricut machine, and it’s a great project to use up vinyl scraps.
Isn’t a rule when you visit grandma’s house you get a piece of hard candy from her stash? What better gift to give grandma than a candy jar she’ll cherish. This Valentine’s Day Candy Jar is from the Thrifty Jinxy and includes the cut file.
Valentine Stamp Wine Charms from Lydia Out Loud. How clever are these? Make your Valentine’s day dinner special with these added charms. Lydia gives you all the details you need to make this print then cut craft with your Cricut Machine.
These Valentine’s Love Letter Earrings from Amy Romeu are totally charming. These are definitely on my list to make and I can’t wait to wear them! Amy uses faux leather and HTV to make these. Plus, she is sharing the SVG cut file so we can all make them!
Here is a fun gift to give to kids or kids to their friends. Who am I kidding, plenty of adults like to color too! Be sure to make these Colorable Bookmarks by Jane and Sonja.
Have some infusible ink you’re looking to use up? These Infusible Ink Tote Bags by Thrifty Jinxy are the perfect solution. Everyone needs more reusable shopping totes! (Well, at least I do!)
Candy Jars are always great Valentine’s Day gifts. Who doesn’t love candy? And this candy jar idea would be an excellent gift for teachers! See the full tutorial here
Planning a Valentine’s Party? Or maybe you want to make some cupcakes just because. No judgment here! Whatever the reason you’re having cupcakes, I’m sure they’ll taste better with these adorable toppers. Make these darling cupcake toppers by Craftara Creates
How adorable are these nail decals? This is a perfect project for using up your vinyl scraps! Cheryl from That’s What Che Said has the free cut files and tutorial here.
Layer Heat Transfer Vinyl with Infusible ink to make this cute makeup bag from Caftara Creates. You could also use the bag for pencils and all sorts of gadgets you need to contain. This is a perfect gift for tween and teen girls.
Valentine’s Decor Ideas with Cricut
Cute home decor helps make our house a home. And decorating for holidays brings so much fun and joy. There’s more than one of these amazing projects I’ll be making for my home this year.
I’m a sucker for gnomes. And gnomes don’t get much cuter than this! These gnomes are made out of cardstock, making them budget-friendly. And the versatile SVG could be used for decor, cards, or gift tags. Plus, you can save the little heart cutouts for more crafts. Free SVG and tutorial can be found here.
Here’s another fun Valentine Paper craft for you to make! This Easy Valentine’s Day Banner by Angie Holden would be perfect hanging from a mantle. Angie shares this Valentine’s Day design and tutorial for you to make.
The DIY Kissing Booth from Burton Avenue is a great DIY Valentine’s Day idea. It’s made from supplies from Dollar Tree, so it’s easy on the budget as well. It’s so fun, I’m definitely making one! It would make a great gift too.
This is a quick and easy Valentine’s Day sign you can make from GingerSnapsCrafts. She uses a sign blank from Hobby Lobby and Cricut vinyl for the design. Plus she shares the design file in Design Space.
Can you even have Valentine’s Day without Conversation Hearts? This Valentine Conversation Heart Garland by SeamWhisperer is super fun and would be adorable hanging from a mantle or shelf. It’s also a must-have for party decorations.
I love this Valentine’s Paper Heart Shape Wreath from Craft with Sarah. Since it’s made from cardstock, it’s not made to hang outside. Sarah put hers in a shadow box, but I also think it would look great hanging on an interior door or wall. All you need to make this Cricut Valentine’s Craft is cardstock, glue, and 3d sticky foam.
I love the creativity of this Heart Wreath by Fleece Fun. She uses an old sweater to cover the heart form. And she uses Cricut Easy Press Mini to apply the iron-on vinyl scraps for the wording. The cut file is included along with a step-by-step tutorial.
Rae Dunn lovers, stop here. If you’re looking for a simple yet trendy Valentine’s Day DIY, this one is for you. Make the Rae Dunn Inspired Valentines Heart by Hunny I’m Home, free SVG file is included.
These burlap hearts are totally fun. I love the message and the fact that you could leave this one up year-round. Make DIY Burlap Hanging Hearts from Unique Creations by Anita
I love this faux book stack from Burton Avenue. It’s a great way to use up scrap wood and vinyl! Plus, it’s a decoration you can leave up all year round. That’s a win-win in my book!
Tanya from Our Little Handmade Home made this easy Valentine’s Day Garland. She provides the SVG files and you could also use these adorable hearts on shirts, cards, and other Valentine’s Day Crafts.
Make this trendy heart pillow from That’s What Che Said. Cheryl actually has 12 free files with hearts you can grab for your Valentine’s day crafts. She’s put them on pillows, mugs, and even gift tags. Be sure to check them out.
I love the uniqueness of these felt envelopes! This is a no-sew project for the Cricut Maker Machines from Fleece Fun. Angie includes the cut files and step-by-step instructions to make it easy.
This is a fun craft to make for decor or even have the kids help make. These Heart Suncatchers from Ivy Lillies will warm your hearts during the cold winter days. SVG Cut files and tutorial are included.
If you’re a fan of old farmhouse trucks, then this Cricut Valentine’s Craft idea is a must-make. Sarah from Craft with Sarah designed this darling truck and is offering the free SVG along with great step-by-step instructions that you can find here. She makes it in a shadow box, but I also think it would look great on the outside of a card.
Cricut Valentine’s Ideas for Kids and the Classroom
Giving and getting classroom Valentines was the highlight of my year! It’s such a fun holiday, and this section will give you classroom ideas along with crafts kids can help make.
Let’s face it, we all love candy, but kids get more than plenty of that. These Crayon holder cards from The Best Vinyl Cutters are the perfect candy-free Valentine for exchanges.
Related: 26 Fabulous Valentine’s Crafts for Kids
However I do think the sucker holder crafts are adorable. If you’re giving candy Valentines this year, consider this cuter than a bug ladybug craft. Make the Ladybug Lollipop Holder here.
This free Valentine’s printable from Leap of Faith Crafting is a fabulous idea to give to friends. Amy uses a paper cutter to cut them out, but you could upload it to Cricut as a print then cut image as well.
It’s a right of passage for little girls to go through the Minnie Mouse stage. Thrill your young one with these Valentine Minnie Mouse Treat Cups from A Princess and Her Pirates.
Throwback to the Conversation Heart boxes. I remember getting these in school. Now you can Make Valentine’s Sweetheart Boxes yourself with this project from Modern DIY Bride. The free SVG cut file is included along with instructions.
Make a Valentine’s Day Heart Pinata from Ivy Lillies. This is a super fun craft for the kids to help make! Cut the heart on your Cricut with cardstock and then glue on the tissue paper to make a mini heart pinata. Katie shares the cut file and easy-to-follow instructions.
I hope these awesome projects help inspire your creativity in making Valentine’s day Cricut crafts. Check out more Cricut craft ideas here.
Grab more Valentine’s Day SVG files here
Happy Crafting and Happy Valentine’s Day!
Chris Butler has helped thousands of crafters learn how to use their Cricut machine without feeling overwhelmed. She is a best selling author and an up and coming designer. For fun Chris enjoys designing SVG Files, hanging out with her family (preferably at the lake), traveling, and volunteering at her church. She is a wife and mom of two crazy fun kids.
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