If you’re anything like me, then when you got your Cricut, you were excited to get started right away making everything you could – especially during holidays like Valentine’s Day. If you’ve watched any of my DIY Decor Tutorials, then you know I love creating and DIYing. And I’m guessing you’re a lot like me! Therefore, I wanted to make it easy for you to figure out How to Make Valentines with Your Cricut.
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Use Google Image Search to Find PNGs for Valentines
Firstly, the easiest (and cheapest) place to start with your Cricut is by finding PNGs on Google that you can easily drop into your Cricut Design Space. Once you’re in Cricut Design Space, you can add text and make cuts to make your own Valentines tags. The only problem with this tactic is that many PNGs on Google are copyrighted images. Even if you don’t care that it’s not ethical to take them off the Internet, many times, they have watermarks over them so you can’t use them, which is a problem. Additionally, it can sometimes be hard to find PNGs instead of JPGs. (This just means that the background has been removed so you can actually cut out the heart shape (or whatever shape you are cutting.)
Use Cricut Design Space to Find PNGs for Valentines
The other free option is to use images from Cricut Design Space. To do this in Cricut Design Space, click on “Images” in the left hand menu. Then use the search bar to search for “Valentines”, “Hearts”, or whatever else you might be looking for. The only problem with this is that their cute images aren’t usually free. Additionally, characters from Disney or other brand names won’t be free either. From here you’ll find images you like, and can purchase directly through Cricut Design Space.
One more thing that you’ll want to think about when creating your valentines through Design Space is that you might be disappointed with the fonts you have on your computer. Again, if you want to use fonts from Cricut Design Space, they have many available. However, most of their fonts are for-purchase.
If you think that you’ll be using Cricut Design Space more frequently, you might be interested in Cricut Access Premium. This membership allows you unlimited access to 100,00+ images, 500+ fonts, free shipping on all your Cricut items and discounts and other perks. Cricut Access Premium might be worth looking into if you’re thinking about How to Make Valentines With Your Cricut and beyond!
Etsy PNGs or SVGs for Cricut Valentines
IMO, Etsy is is the best place to find PNGs to make your own Valentines using your Cricut. Why? Because sellers have already used their design skills to craft up the cutest valentine PNGs or SVGs just for you! Just purchase the PNG Valentine, then print and cut them using your Cricut machine! There’s no designing necessary, and it’s so easy! If you have questions, you can even follow my tutorial video. My Video shows you How to Create Favor Tags with Your Cricut.
Below are some super cute Valentine PNGs. I found them all on Etsy. Once you figure out How to Make Valentines With Your Cricut, these PNGs from Etsy will be perfect!
Print and Cut Valentines Day Tags For Your Cricut, By A Touch of LA – I made all of these PNGs just so that it could make crafting up some Valentines with your Cricut fun and easy!
Hot Chocolate Bomb Valentines by, Little Bees Graphics
XOXO Tags By, SVG Fox
Lastly, thank you so much for taking the time to read about How to Make Valentines With Your Cricut! I hope this gives you some ideas about creating Valentines at home using your Cricut cutting machine! I love to help you celebrate life through party decorations and positivity! But above all, I’d love to connect with you. Reach out to me on Instagram and let’s chat. You can also get started on celebrating your life with your FREE gratitude journal printable or by subscribing to my podcast, The Celebration Effect Podcast! I can’t wait to connect with you more.