LoveSVG: Free Valentine’s Day SVG Bundle

LoveSVG has a great Valentine’s Day Bundle, and it’s FREE. The Free Valentine’s Day Bundle comes with 60 craft-friendly designs in SVG, EPS, PNG, and DXF formats. The files come with unlimited physical commercial use license.

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Design Space Project: Valentine Bird Mailbox Card

There are so many wonderful designs in Design Space that can be used in many different ways. It’s so easy to customize a project to meet your needs and tastes. This project uses a dimensional scene to create a fun Valentine’s Day card.

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Dreaming Tree You’re Tweet Card SVG Freebie

This free Valentine card SVG is so easy to assemble, and it’s a great project to do with kids! The You’re Tweet Card SVG freebie is available from Dreaming Tree with no purchase necessary.

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Dreaming Tree Lovely Thoughts SVG Bundle

Get ready for Valentine’s Day with this new bundle from Dreaming Tree! The Lovely Thoughts SVG Bundle is FREE for a limited time with a purchase of $9.98 or more.

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Creative Fabrica Free Valentine’s Day Bundle

Get started on Valentine’s Day crafts with this FREE bundle from Creative Fabrica! The Free Valentine’s Day Bundle includes 16 premium fonts and 32 premium crafts. This limited-time freebie includes a commercial license.

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Valentine SVG Freebies!

I’ve rounded up some Valentine’s freebies from a few of my favorite SVG sites. There are lots of great options here for making Valentine crafts on the cheap!

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FREE Design Space Project: Mug Cake Mix Holder

I recently found a pouch of mug cake mix in the pantry and started thinking about a fun way to make it a little teacher appreciation gift. I came up with a little mug holder with images that are currently free in Design Space.

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Cricut Access Project: Bee Mine Bookmark Valentine

Here’s a quick and easy idea for a classroom Valentine that doesn’t involve candy! The Valentine Bookmark Card is a Ready to Make project in Design Space that is included in the Cricut Access subscription. This project uses the Basic Perforation Blade on the Cricut Maker to create a perforated line that kids can use to tear the crayon holder portion off.

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