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Valentine’s Day Cards to Make with Cricut

Find tips and project ideas to make Valentine's Day cards with your Cricut. From beautiful cut designs and paper layers to cute word art sayings, easily create and customize a wide variety of cards for your friends and family. Here you'll find so many different cards you can create.

Valentine Cards to Make with Cricut and Jen Goode art

Valentine's Day Cards with Your Cricut

Valentine's Day cards are a Valentine craft that you can customize and created by all ages. Here's some inspiration to help get you started! Craft up some Valentines Day cards whether you are using a Cricut Explore, Cricut Joy or Cricut Maker machine. Mix and match materials, colors and personalize each card however you like. You can grab a single layer card template from Cricut Design Space, or put designs together on your own.

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Love Heart Card designed by Amanda Tibbitts with Jen Goode art
Love Heart Card designed by Amanda Tibbitts with Jen Goode art
Pretty floral heart card designed by Amanda Tibbitts with Jen Goode art
Pretty floral heart card designed by Amanda Tibbitts with Jen Goode art

What Kind of Valentine Cards Can You Make with a Cricut

There are many different styles of cards you can make. from simple, single cut designs to multi-layered pop up box cards, the options are nearly limitless with a Cricut in your craft room. Here are a few ideas of the types of card you can create:

  • Paper cut cards – Cricut is best known of cutting materials into various shapes. So start with a single paper cut design to create beautiful cards.
  • Multi-layered – stack different cut layers of paper to create dimension
  • Multi-materials – not only can you create cards with layers, mix materials too. Stack thin wood, cardstock fabric, vinyl and many more designs to create a mix-media masterpiece.
  • Vinyl designed cards – cut vinyl with your Cricut to create custom and intricate designs and then apply it to your card like a sticker.
  • Iron-on designed cards – instead of cutting paper, try cutting iron-on vinyl and apply your designs to a card. This opens up a whole new level of materials and finishes for your cards.
  • Print-and-Cut – use Cricut to create images you can print to use with your cards.
  • Pen drawing – use the Cricut pens to create cards with pretty hand-drawn looking cards.

Supplies You Need to Make Valentine Cards with Your Cricut

The type of card you are making, will determine what materials you will need. Each project will obviously need a Cricut machine and Cricut Design Space. Most cards will also require cardstock. You might also need adhesive, embellishments like glitter or gems. You might also need an iron or transfer tape if you use HTV or standard vinyl.

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I Love You swirl heart card designed by Amanda Tibbitts with Jen Goode art

I have a number of card designs you can choose from, take a look at these valentine card tutorials.

Beautiful Font from Creative Fabrica

This Beautiful font from Creative Fabrica is perfect for Valentine Cards. Create your own personal touch with love messages added to your cards. The little heart accents are a great add-on!

More Valentine Cards to make with Cricut

To share even more project ideas, I've asked my creative friends to share cards they've made. Take a look…

Love letters from Hey Let's Make Stuff

DIY Love Letters with Cute Envelopes from Hey Let's Make Stuff – this set of 6 Valentine's cards includes coordinating envelopes and even cute DIY stamps. Everything you need to create lovely cards to give your sweeties.

Exploding Heart box card by Jennifer Maker

Make an Exploding Heart Box Card – this 3D card is amazing! There are a ton of cut files all assembled into a single “card” that bursts into all kinds of fun when it's opened. You can add little notes, candies, confetti and more. Jennifer Maker has done an amazing job showing how to create these cool Valentine card gift.

Valen-slimes day printable Valentine cards from Hello Creative Family

Happy Valen-Slime Day Card from Hello Creative Family – this printable Cricut design can be used to create tags, stickers or cards. There's also a slime recipe so you can create the entire Valentine gift.

Love Birds Valentine Card by Persia Lou

Love Birds Heart Valentine Card Design from Persia Lou – this SVG card design is gorgeous. While you can create it with cardstock, the instructions recommend using iron-on or standard vinyl to create this intricate design.

Cute Penguin Valentine Card

Chocolate Hugging Penguin Card from Giggles Galore – this adorable card is perfect when you want to send a little treat with your sweetie.

Ice cream cone Valentine card from Gingersnap Crafts

Ice Cream Valentine Card from Gingersnap Crafts – I'm a suck for cute food designs and this ice cream card is no exception. Change up the colors to change the “flavors” of your own ice card creation.

Which Valentine card will you make first?

To find even more ideas, head to Cricut Design Space to find plenty of Valentine card ideas to customize and share. The best thing about crafting with the Cricut is that you can create all these great designs but also personalize the look with your own colors and extra accents. The options are unlimited!

Valentine Cards to Make with Cricut and Jen Goode art

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