Forget Valentine Boxes. Make these personalized Valentine felt envelopes using your Cricut. Super easy and so fun for kids to receive.
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I found these adorable felt envelopes in the Dollar Spot section at Target. What can’t you find at Target? I knew that I wanted to make these personalized for Valentines Day and fill them with goodies for my kids. I made a really cute SVG file and sized it to fit perfectly in my
Supplies for your Valentine Felt Envelopes
- Cricut Machine or Silhouette Cameo
- Foil Iron-On
- Valentine SVG File – see below
- Felt Envelope
- Cricut EasyPress or Iron
Begin by opening the SVG file and upload it into your design software, then send it to your machine. Be sure to mirror the image when using any iron-on. To prepare your image, you’re going to weed out the negative space of the file. The main image will remain on the carrier sheet. You do not want to cut all the way through the carrier sheet for Iron-On.
Lay your image on your felt envelope and press. If you’re using the Cricut EasyPress to press your iron-on foil, set your machine to 300°. Preheat your envelope for 10 seconds and lay the image where you want it. Place your iron-on protective sheet over the image and press for 25-30 seconds.
You can peel your iron-on foil warm but it is best to allow it to cool. Give it 1-2 minutes. If you’re going to press it with your iron, head here for
If you want to add a personalized name in a different foil, apply that now. You can just add the name and attach it to the Valentines Day SVG file. Your file will now cut as one.
Now fill your personalized Valentine felt envelope with more Target goodies and you’re personalized Valentine felt envelope is good to go. It’ll be perfect for years to come or just use it this year alone. They’re inexpensive enough that you don’t need to feel bad if you lose it.
To find more Valentine projects that you can make with your Cricut, check out the links below.