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DIY Piece of My Heart Puzzle And Valentines SVG Cut Files

Written by: | Published: January 07, 2020 | Updated: August 13, 2023

This DIY Valentine’s idea is perfect for gift-giving or setting up as a fun class party activity. Do you make your own Valentine’s? This Valentine Cricut project is a fun craft to create as well as gift to others. Plus, check out all the other fun Valentine cut files below.

Heart puzzle SVG cut file by Jen Goode

Make your own Valentine’s Day Puzzle card

You can easily cut out all the puzzle pieces in just a few minutes with the help of your Cricut machine. Simply upload and set to cut.

To make your own cute Valentine’s puzzle card, just upload this SVG design to Cricut Design Space, place the cut design on a background square or card design, attach and set to cut.

Heart Puzzle SVG Cut File by Jen Goode
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Make a puzzle for Valentine's Day

Tip for using this heart puzzle SVG cut file:

If you find that when you upload this file, you end up with a solid black heart instead of puzzle piece cutouts, don’t worry, there is an easy fix. Simply select the black heart layer in Cricut Design Space and change the color.

Heart puzzle black shape issues troubleshooting and fix

Why is the design black? There are two reasons. 1. Cricut Design Space displays all cut lines as black. 2. There is a heart cut line around the perimeter of all the puzzle-piece cut lines, so the heart shape gets filled as black, and then you can’t see the interior puzzle lines because they are black also. So, the easy fix is simply change the color of the shape and you’ll be able to see the black cut lines again.

Heart puzzle black shape issues troubleshooting and fix

I have since updated the file so the entire shape is now pink. But now you know why some cut shapes and lines fill as black… they are just hiding and they’ll cut just fine.

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Use the watercolor background printables to make pretty printed papers with your puzzle. If you’d like to create a puzzle out of a photo or other image you have, you have two options:

Upload your image or photo and set it up as a print-and-cut image. Place the puzzle on top of the printed design and then attach to your photo. Then send to the mat to cut as usual.

Or you can use a pre-printed image.

Place your printed image or photo on the mat and note where you’ve placed the image. Then set the puzzle cut image to the area on the mat where your photo is placed.

You might also like: Heart Themed SVG Cut Files

Make your own Valentine's Day puzzle card with your Cricut
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Valentine's Day project ideas plus SVG cut files

More Valentine’s Day SVG Cut Files

SVG cut files for Valentine's Day

Click for even more Valentine’s project ideas you can make with your Cricut.

I can’t wait to see all the fantastic Valentine’s day projects you create with all of these cut files. Start with a puzzle, of course, and then go crazy with all the other fun designs. You can make customized gifts for family or friends, create fantastic party decor or create projects for the kids for party activities. Have fun!

Heart Puzzle SVG Cut File by Jen Goode
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