Want to make some cute home decor or homemade gifts for Valentine’s Day, but feel like you’re not the crafty type? Anyone can be a craft whiz with the Cricut! These Valentine’s Day Cricut crafts are easy as pie to make, and it’s the perfect holiday to show some love to the people you care about.
In this list, you’ll find party decor, valentines for the kids, decorative pillows, onesie ideas, keepsake frames, and so much more. The Cricut helps you create handmade gifts on a budget… seriously! You can either make things from scratch or elevate inexpensive items from your local dollar store by adding some personal touches. It’s an investment that really pays off when it comes to decorating and gift-giving.
What are you waiting for? Get that Cricut out of the closet to make one of these cute Valentine’s Day DIYs today. You’ll be glad you did!
Cute Valentine’s Day Cricut Crafts
Turn an ordinary pillow into a custom Valentine’s Day pillow with a glitter iron-on and your Cricut! This will add a pretty pop of color to your sofa. (via The Kingston Home)
Add some fabulous glitter XO letters to your mantle or table with this fun craft. You’ll want to keep it up long past Valentine’s Day. It would look great in your teen’s room or dorm room, too! (via Happiness is Creating)
Use the Cricut Maker and the Easy Press to create these cool makeup bags to give as a gift this Valentine’s Day. They’re pretty and practical and would make a great Galentine’s Day gift if you’re getting together with your girls. (via Coastal Bride)
4. Pillow Boxes
Perfect for little gifts like candies, gift cards, jewelry, or trinkets, knowing how to make pillow boxes with your Cricut is a handy skill. (via Practically Functional)
Make some pretty headbands for your girls using felt and your Cricut. The one with layered hearts is my favorite, but they’re both darling. (via Refashionably Late)
Make an inexpensive but useful gift for the student or teacher in your life. This clear pencil pouch could also be used for travel toiletries or makeup. (via The Sweeter Side of Mommyhood)
Did you know you can use the Cricut Maker to cut fabric for a quilt? Use the heart quilt pattern SVG files to create one of your own this Valentine’s Day. (via Coral + Co)
Use the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day to write love notes to your sweetheart, and then put them in this pretty box as a gift. (via Amber Oliver)
Why fuss with flowers that will droop and wilt in a few days? These paper flowers will last all year long. They’re just beautiful and would make a lovely piece of decor for your own home or a great gift for a friend. (via Sustain My Craft Habit)
Do you have any favorite Valentine’s Day Cricut crafts so far?
The best thing about the Cricut is that you can take inexpensive, ordinary things and make them look incredible in a pinch. How sweet are these placemats? They’d look fun on your table for two if you’re having a romantic evening, or you could serve your kids some heart-shaped pancakes on Valentine’s Day morning. (via SeeLindsay)
Use this free SVG file to create a “Cuter than Cupid” shirt for all the cute babies and toddlers in your life. Perfect for baby’s first Valentine’s Day! (via Hey, Let’s Make Stuff!)
Give a treasured memento to an expecting mama, or create your own family photo frame with this free SVG file. You could also add this quote to cards and photo albums. (via The Country Chic Cottage)
13. Love Tote Bag
Tote bags make great gifts for teachers and bibliophiles. Although it says “love,” you could carry it year-round. Don’t we all need a little more love and kindness injected into every day? (via Happiness is Homemade)
Your kiddo will love you forever for making these awesome unicorn valentines to give out to their classmates. While a Cricut is not required for this project, the print and cut features make it so much easier to whip these up in a flash. (via That’s What Che Said)
If you’re looking for some decor to add to your party table or the mantle, this felt heart tree is lovely. You can easily swap out the felt colors to make this for Christmas, too. (via Fleece Fun)
What a hoot it will be giving this treat box full of goodies to someone special! It would be a big hit for classroom parties or a teacher gift, too. (via Create Craft Love)
Turn ordinary heart-shaped boxes into conversation hearts with the help of the Cricut. You can print the iconic sayings that we’ve all come to know and love or create your own “punny” valentine sayings. (via Giggles Galore)
Which of these cute Valentine’s Day Cricut crafts do you plan to make first? Let us know in the comments, and make sure you pin this post to save it for later!