Download this super adorable dinosaur Valentine coloring card for kids and use the print then cut feature on your Cricut machine to easily cut it out.
Every Valentine’s day I make my kids something that they can give out to their friends and classmates at school, instead of buying something that everyone can pick up at a store.
I love being able to make things that are fun and creative and my kids really enjoy that I do that for them.
This year I made this dinosaur Valentine coloring card along with a couple of other designs that I think are really cute and fun for a classroom gift exchange, school party or to give out to friends.
If you’re looking for non-candy Valentines for kids, this DIY crayon holder coloring card is a great option for younger kids.
My youngest is 7 years old and I made this design because he’s into dinosaurs right now. I think that other kids around his age might like this design too.
This Valentine’s day card is easy and quick to make with your Cricut machine using the SVG file that I created and am sharing with you for free (scroll down to grab it below!).
When you scroll down, you’ll find detailed step by step instructions for cutting this card with your Cricut.
The instructions are pretty easy to follow so if you’re new to Cricut and design space, you’ll still be able to use your Cricut for this simple project.
You can use the included PDF file (download below) to cut the cards out by hand (2 cards on each sheet) if you don’t have a Cricut.
If you’re handy with a cutting knife, you can use that to cut out the crayon holder area and use scissors to cut out the cards. Personally, I suck at cutting with a craft knife so I NEED my Cricut for cutting projects.
Supplies for Dinosaur Valentine Coloring Card
- SVG or PDF File (Download for free below)
- Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air or Cricut Explore Air 2
- Craft Knife (If you don’t have a cutting machine)
- Printer (I have an Epson Workforce WF 7720 and a Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II. I love them both! However, any printer will do.)
- Cricut Design Space software (download for free)
- White Card Stock
To make these Valentine cards with your Cricut, you’ll need to open the SVG file in Design Space. Below I explain how to print and cut 2 cards on one page.
If you have a Silhouette cutting machine, you can use the SVG file but I don’t have instructions because I don’t own a Silhouette.
How to Print & Cut 2 Cards with Cricut
- Open Design Space
- Upload SVG file
- Insert image name & click “Save”
- Select image and click “insert image”
- Ungroup Image
- Select second layer group and click “print then cut”
- Select “Flatten”
- Move crayon holder layer above the print then cut layer
- Select both layers and click “Group”
- In the rotate box, enter 270 to turn image horizontally
- Change height to 6.2 inches
- Duplicate file group
- Place images side by side
- Change X position to 1 for both images
- Select both images and attach
- Click “Make It” and “Continue”
- Select your Cricut device
- Click “Send to Printer”
- Turn off bleed, choose your printer and click “Print”
- Set base material (this setting depends on the weight of your card stock)
- Place your printed image on your Cricut mat (make sure to line up straight)
- Press the flashing Go button on your Cricut
- Lift up tabs to insert crayons
That’s it! You can make as many crayon cards as you need and feel free to share this post with anyone you think would enjoy to make some Valentines for their kids or classroom.
Scroll down to download the files to make this cute Valentine’s day card for free!