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Valentines for kids’ classmates can be really fun to make. I enjoyed making unique cards for my son’s classmates when he was in elementary school. There are several Valentines in Design Space, and some designers have Valentines that can be easily mass-produced for classroom Valentine parties. Here are a few of my favorites:
You can find the Valentine coloring cards in Design Space with the images already on them or you can substitute your own images and text. They are set up to write then cut, but it’s faster to do print then cut, especially if you have a lot to do. These are in the Ready to Make projects in Design Space and are free to cut with Cricut Access. There is another version with some licensed Disney images that are not included in Access. Here’s my tutorial on how to covert these cards to print then cut.
This Ready to Make Lion Valentine project is great if you have the Maker and the scoring wheel. It uses the scoring wheel to make a rosette for the lion’s mane. I just love the googly eyes! It is also included in the Cricut Access subscription.
Owl Be Yours Pencil Holder
The Owl Be Yours pencil holder card is another Ready to Make project in Design Space. It’s not included in the Cricut Access subscription, but it’s only 99 cents.
Mini Monsters Valentine’s Cards
Dreaming Tree has these adorable Mini Monsters Valentine’s Cards for only $2.99. You get all four card designs as well as the envelope design. Leo even has assembly videos for each card.
Miss Kate Cuttables Printable Valentines
This set at Miss Kate Cuttables is this set of animal Valentines that can be print then cut. This set of six is only $2.99
Your best bet on these is to use the SVG file. You’ll need to ungroup and flatten each card individually for print then cut.
These free heart Valentines from SVGCuts are very economical. You can get 12 of both hearts from a single 12″x12″ sheet of cardstock! An envelope file and an instruction sheet are also included.
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