Creating Valentine’s Day cards for my kids has always been fun for me. This year I decided that Valentine’s Day Joke Cards would be fun! My kids are always telling jokes to each other so I knew they would love it. The best part? My Cricut Maker made it super easy to create these Valentine’s Day joke cards. The Cricut Maker perforation tool was used to make the answer an interactive surprise. They have to rip the perforation to see the answer to the joke. This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.
Kid’s Valentine’s Day Joke Cards using Cricut Maker
Create these adorable and easy Valentine’s Day joke cards using the Cricut Maker and Perforation blade. The cards were made with white cardstock and Cricut Ultimate Fine Point Pet Set. If you prefer it could also be a print and cut project. You really have so many options when it comes to Cricut.
Supplies needed for Valentine’s Day Joke Cards:
- Cricut Maker
- Maker Tools – Basic Perforation Blade
- White cardstock
- Cricut Ultimate Fine Point Pen Set
- Cricut Knife Blade
- StandardGrip Mat or LightGrip Mat
- Cricut Design Space cut files
Head to the link above to get access to the project which is already created for you! It’ll take you straight to the project screen. Click “Make It” which will take you straight to the cutting screen. The Valentine’s Day Joke Cards are arranged so they can fit on 2 sheets of 12 x 12 cardstock. Each card measures 3.5″ x 5″.
The Cricut Maker will tell you everything that you will need and when to change it. Have the Fine Point Pens ready as I used various colors but you can also just do everything in black and it would be like a coloring Valentine’s Day joke card. It is totally up to you!
The machine will prompt you to change the blades – I love using the Perforation blade! It is definitely one of my favorite tools to use with the Cricut Maker. Each card provides a fun way to get the answer to the joke written on the front of the card. They can just rip across the perforation lines with ease.
Learn more about the Cricut Maker Tools on this post. The tools all offer a unique cutting ability giving you more projects to dream up.
Once the project is completed – it is time to assemble. Take the top and bottom of each card pair using glue or sticky tape to adhere them together. Repeat the process for each card. You are done! It is seriously that easy!
Each of the cards can be customized if you prefer to add a different joke. There are jokes all over the Internet. You can easily duplicate the card and add any image you prefer. Cricut Design Space has so many images to match any joke you may want to add. Using the Cricut Maker is versatile enough that you can also go the print and cut route if you don’t have the pen set.
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Do you create your kid’s Valentine’s Card?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.