Cricut Kids Valentine Ideas

Looking for quick and easy Cricut kids Valentine ideas? Me too! My six year old loves to craft with me, so I have been looking for projects that are not too complicated. I want him to be able to help me make them for his class. I found a few good ideas, which are pictured here.  More information about the pictured projects can be found below.

Cricut Kids Valentine Ideas
Dum Dum Sucker Treats

The first idea I found are sucker treats. These were featured a few years back on the website and in the Chirp newsletter. The hearts for the sucker treats were cut using the Doodlecharms cartridge, and the sentiments came from Doodletype. I think they are absolutely adorable!

You can find instructions to make them here: Cricut Chirp Sucker Treats

Valentine's Day Lollipop Bucket

Shannon at Northern Girl Stamper made this fantastic lollipop bucket using her Cricut and Sure Cuts A Lot. Unfortunately, SCAL is no longer compatible with the Cricut machines, but I think it should be easy to make something similar using the Gypsy or the online CraftRoom tool.

Find out more: Shannon's Valentine's Day Lollipop Bucket

Heart-Embellished Gift Bags

Jennifer McGuire also used the Doodlecharms cartridge to make Valentines for her son Colin's class. She filled inexpensive gift bags from Hobby Lobby with markers and coloring pages, a fun alternative to the sweets that kids exchange with one another.

Here's the link to her post: Jennifer's heart-embellished Valentine gift bags

Cricut Dinosaur Tracks & Hello Kitty Treats

I also came across a gang of dinosaur boxes by Heather at Ink On My Ear. The dinos were cut using the Dinosaur Tracks Cricut cartridge, and were attached to candy treat boxes. For her daughter, Heather make Hello Kitty cards, which are also cute!

Check them out here: Heather's Dinosaur Tracks & Hello Kitty Valentines

Do you have any other Cricut kids Valentine ideas? I would love to hear about them. Leave a comment below...


  1. How adorable! What wonderful ideas!

  2. Thanks Faith!

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