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Tic Tac Toe Valentine’s Day Cards – Use your awesome Cricut to make these Valentine’s Day Cards. A fun and easy Valentine’s Day craft.
Now that all the Christmas decorations are put away, it’s officially time to start sharing Valentine’s Day crafts. Next to Christmas and the 4th of July, this is my favorite holiday. Everything just seems to look better when it’s decorated with hearts, glitter and says “XOXO.” And, today we’re going to be making the cutest Valentine’s Day cards thanks to my handy dandy Cricut.
Tic Tac Toe Valentine’s Day Cards With Your Cricut
As soon as I came across the “Color Your Own” Valentine’s Day Cards in Cricut’s project gallery, I knew I had to make them. But when I showed Connor, he wasn’t impressed. He’s in fourth grade now so I guess they aren’t cool enough for him. After thinking about what him and his friends might like better, I created these Tic Tac Toe Valentine’s Day Cards. Connor loves to play Tic Tac Toe so I knew they’d be a hit.
Cricut’s Design Space made these super easy to create. This was also my first project using the Cricut pens. I’m still amazed at everything my Cricut can do and I love learning new ways to use it. The possibilities are endless when it comes to writing, printing, and cutting with my awesome Cricut.
Supplies Needed to Make Tic Tac Toe Valentine’s Day Cards
Want to make these fabulous Tic Tac Toe Valentine’s Day Cards? Here’s what you’ll need:
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- LightGrip Adhesive Cutting Mat
- Cricut® Classic Pen Set
- Tic Tac Toe Project
How to Make Tic Tac Toe Valentine’s Day Cards With Your Cricut
Step 1: Open this project. Add cardstock to your LightGrip cutting mat.
Step 2: Load the mat onto your Cricut and click “Make It”.
Step 3: Carefully remove paper from mat. Gently fold up crayon holders and slide crayons into place.
Now your child has the cutest Valentine’s Day cards to pass out to their friends and you didn’t have to cut anything out. Your Cricut does all the work! Or, make these for your own children and students and give them a fun activity to do on Valentine’s Day.
This is my kind of project. All I have to do is load paper onto the cutting mat while drinking my wine:) Cheers to that!
These are cute! i don’t have a Cricut to make a lot of them, but I think I could make a few by hand. Thanks for sharing!
Too cute! Perfect for the classroom
How did you get the tic tac toe board on them? I have everything else figured out. I am new to using a Cricut.
I think you can create a jpeg file image of the lines and then upload that is what I am going to try…I’m a newbie too and I love theses~~ Thanks
Try this link – https://design.cricut.com/#/mat/view/79973684/
Is this file only for cricket or is there an SVG I can use on my silhouette?
Is there any way to edit the words on this so I can make a space for a “to” and “from”? I’m not super experienced with my cricut, and when I look at this project on the canvas it doesn’t let me edit it at all? Thank you so much!
I’m trying to purchase the project for $0.99, but it keeps adding the Dear John font and a birthday font. Is that part of the package or is there a way for me to only purchase the valentines day card font?
It’s free if you subscribe to Design Space.
I can’t find this project when I click on the link to open project. Does this project cost on the Cricut Design Space? Please help…I really want to make this for Valentine’s. Thank you!