These quick and easy DIY
Valenting Pillows are a breeze to make when you use these free Valentine SVG files and some pillow cases from Ikea. Learn how easy it is to complete them in less than 10 minutes.
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These DIY Valentine Pillows were a lot of fun to make. Check out other ideas that you can use your Cricut for other Valentine crafts.
Supplies for your Valentine Pillows
- Blank Pillow Case
- Pillow Insert
Glitterand Regular Iron-On
- Iron-On Protection Sheet
- Cricut Machine
- Love to the Moon and Back SVG – see below
- Girl Face SVG – see below
So start by uploading your images into Design Space. Since these are .svg files, it's just a straight download. You don't need to edit the image before importing it.
For the girl's face, I used plain htv for the eyes, bow, and mouth. For her cheeks, I used pink glitter.
On the Moon and Back image, I used black glitter and weeded it using my BrightPad. You don't have to have one but it's been a lifesaver when weeding glitter htv. Because the image is pretty detailed, some of the glitters peeled up. For that reason, I just pulled up all the polka dots in the O and A. I just used some scissors to clean up the lines.
If you use the standard Iron-On for that image, you should be ok. When you're ready to press, use the Cricut EasyPress to get good adhesion. For easy weed htv, use your EasyPress at 305º for 25-30 seconds.
When you use your EasyPress for glitter Iron-On, use 325º for 25-30 seconds. Use your Iron-On Protection sheet to be sure not to have the EasyPress touch any exposed Iron-On. Or you can just lay the carrier sheet back over the image.
These are in my daughter's room and she absolutely loves them. Such cute accompaniments to her pink bedding from Pottery Barn Teen.
For more great Valentine crafts using your Cricut, check out the other bloggers and what they made!
- Free Birthday SVG Files – Funny Birthday SVG File - June 2, 2020
- Make an Indoor Vinyl Flower Garden for your Playroom - May 26, 2020
- Cricut Kids Crafts with the Cricut Joy - April 8, 2020