Break out your Cricut Maker to create a super cute and simple Valentine's Day party banner!
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This weekend, my high school bestie, along with our kiddos are getting together to do some Valentine's Day themed baking. I figured I would turn it into a little party with tasty treats, fun activities for the kids, and some diy Valentine's Day decorations. First up is this quick and easy Valentine's Day party banner made with my Cricut Maker.
This project takes less than 20 minutes to cut out and assemble and is perfect if you are hosting a Galentine's day party, a classroom party, or a Valentine's day dinner.
Valentine's Day Party Banner Materials:
- Cricut Maker
- Fine Debossing Tip
- StandardGrip Mat
- Glitter Cardstock
- Medium Cardstock in 2 colors
- Glue Stick
After you have gathered your materials, open up the Cricut Design Space project here. Then follow the prompts on the screen to switch between the Debossing Tip and your fine point blade.
Out of the new collection of Maker Tools, the Debossing Tip is my favorite. In fact, it might even tie with how much I love the rotary blade. Although the Cricut Maker is capable of cutting an amazing range of materials, the majority of my projects tend to be paper. I love to decorate my parties in fun, personal ways like custom cake toppers, cupcake wrappers, party favor bags, signs, and banners like this one for Valentine's Day.
I know the detail may be hard to see in the photo below, especially if you are on a mobile device. But it looks awesome in person, and I love subtle details like this.
Use a glue stick to attach your pieces together, making sure to line up the x's and o's to the debossed shadows that are on the banner.
To finish off the banner, thread a piece of ribbon into the slits at the top of each piece.
That's it! Your Valentine's day party banner is ready to hang up and allow you to start celebrating!
Since you are reading this post, I'm going to assume you have or are thinking about getting a Cricut machine. Check out my Cricut Crafts Pinterest Board full of easy to follow tutorials for more project ideas.
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That's it for this Valentine's Day party banner made with Cricut tutorial. Until next time!
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Hi, I’m Jordan – a work at home mom with 3 super fun little boys and a rising country star hubby. I love entertaining guests and want to help you make entertaining easy!