Make a Valentine’s Day Card with your Cricut®

Or a wedding card, or a card for someone just cause you love them… And this simple SVG card design let’s you make a Valentine’s Day Card with your Cricut in no time at all!

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Love Card Supplies

Let’s start with the supplies. I’m guessing you have what you need on hand. Here’s what I used in the examples, but I encourage you to get creative. Don’t forget to share your finished card, I love to see what others make with our SVGs! Here’s what I used…

  • Card base or card stock for folded card base
  • 2 accent colors: One for the L-V-E to cut out of plus a different one for the “O” or the heart shape accent.
  • Love Card SVG and Cricut to cut the SVG
  • Tape runner (or adhesive of choice)
  • Gems, pearls or other accents
  • Bakers twine (or matching ribbon)
Cricut and Romeo Siser

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Valentine’s Day Card with your Cricut®

Like usual, the hardest part is picking the colors. The sample I made before posting was a peach and dusty blue color. It wold be perfect for a wedding card too!

Love Card SVG

To assemble the card start with folding the card base. Use a hard surface to smooth over the fold so it lays flat for you. If you don’t have the scoring tool on your Cricut, some paper trimmers for paper cutters have the scoring tool.

Now to assemble your Valentine’s Day Card with your Cricut start from the back and work forward. Add the L-V-E rectangle to your card. Either use some pop-dots for dimension or add another scrap of paper behind the L-V-E for some more color.

I love adding the HEART with the pop-dots for more dimension. On the first one I added a fun pearl accent from Close to My Heart. Love the elegant feel they add.

Lastly, tie a ribbon on that sucker and your done. Ha… That feels like it’s always my last step, ribbon and DONE… If you are adding the ribbon to the L-V-E rectangle be sure to add the ribbon before adhering to the card.

More Valentine’s Day Cards to Make with your Cricut

I love making cards at We Can Make That. Here a few more we have in our shop. What is your favorite season or event to make cards for? I’m working on a cute birthday one coming soon too…

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