Print & Cut Valentine's Day Card




I just had to make this card which was inspired by those little heart shaped candies that have those really corny sayings printed on them. They make me SMILE because they're SO FINE!

All print and cut files needed to make the card using Sure Cuts A Lot or Silhouette Studio Designer Edition are included. The "candy hearts" free digital paper can be downloaded from the Digital Papers page.

Silhouette Studio Designer Edition users can print using the candy-hearts-print.pdf file or the candy-hearts-print.studio file and cut using the candy-hearts-cut.studio file. Sure Cuts A Lot users will print the candy-hearts-print.pdf file and cut using the candy-hearts-cut.svg file.

If you don't know how to use the print and cut feature of your Silhouette Cameo, please read the Silhouette Print & Cut Tutorial.

Start by printing the candy hearts digital paper onto 8-1/2" x 11" card stock. Place the printed card stock onto the upper left corner of your cutting mat and cut the card outline using the candy hearts card outline cutting file (studio and svg files are included in the download).

Print and cut the candy hearts file and assemble onto the front of the card. Score and fold the card in the center. Cut a 2" x 8-1/2"wide strip of red paper and glue to the back side of the card face.


candy hearts digital paper (left) candy hearts card outline cutting file (right)


candy hearts print file (left) candy hearts cutting file (right)



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This work by Paper Yoga™ is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3.0 United States License. You are welcome to download any original SVG files on this blog for personal use, but please do not use them for sale or profit. If you post a project using any of these files to any web site, blog or any other digital or printed media, please provide credit and a link to this blog.

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