Free Printable Emoji Valentines

Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

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Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

Say "Happy Valentine's Day" with emojis this year! These Free Printable Emoji Valentine cards can be shared with friends or classmates as-is, or pair them with Valentine Emoji Necklaces. Whether you prefer nerdy heart emojis or you're a fan of pizza with pepperoni hearts, there's something for everyone to love here! Each of the four necklaces have a rubber emoji charm with a 24" red or pink plastic chain.

Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

The "adorkable" Valentine card paired with the nerdy emoji Valentine necklace is the perfect way to share the love with the nerds in your life! That silly smile and red glasses are sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.

Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

Who doesn't love pizza? The pizza emoji Valentine with matching necklace is just the right amount of "cheese" to share with friends on Valentine's Day!

Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

Oh, the ever-popular poo emoji! Can't leave this little pile of cuteness out of the lineup. Kids will love giving AND receiving this "stinking" cute Valentine card with pink poo emoji necklace!

Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

When it comes to friends, dogs are the most loyal of all. Tell friends and classmates how "paw-some" they are with this sweet Valentine card and matching puppy necklace!

Download and print these Free Printable Emoji Valentines to share with friends or classmates this Valentine's Day!

Print out the Emoji Valentines by clicking the link below. There are four designs to choose from, with a space for signing your name at the bottom. For best results, I recommend printing the Valentines on cardstock.


Some things you should know before downloading:
*Artsy-Fartsy Mama printables are for PERSONAL USE ONLY (home, school, libraries, etc).
*You may NOT modify, re-sell, redistribute, or claim the design as your own.
*Please do not remove the credits/watermarks.
*If you'd like to share this project, you may use ONE photo and credit must be given to Artsy-Fartsy Mama and linked back to this post.

Which Emoji Valentine is your favorite?

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Valentine's Day Treat Boxes

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Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Valentine's Day projects are so much fun to make. This year, I wanted to help my husband come up with something he can make to share with his coworkers, as well as something special my daughter could make for her teacher. Whether you choose candy or other surprises, these Valentine's Day Treat Boxes are so easy and fun to make for those you love!

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

To make these adorable treat boxes, you'll need:
Cricut machine (I used the Cricut Maker)
Valentine's Day Treat Box cut file
Cricut 12" x 12" Light Grip Mat
Cricut Cardstock: WhiteCricut Scoring Stylus
Cricut Pens: Black, Jade, Crystal Pink
Double-Sided Tape

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Open up the Valentine's Day Treat Box in Design Space and there you can edit the pen colors, paper colors and most importantly - CUT the box design out!

When you subscribe to a Cricut Access monthly OR yearly membership plan (that you can cancel anytime), you get instant and unlimited access to the Cricut Image Library of over 30,000 non-licensed images, 1,000 Ready to Make projects, and 370 fonts. Using some of those available images, I put together the Valentine's Day Treat Box design for you so you don't have to do anything but click "Make It"!

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

One thing I love about the Cricut Maker is how it easy it is to use. It guides you through the process from start to finish. From choosing your material to cutting, the machine will let you know when to change out tools or to remind you to put the pen in place.

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

After the cut is finished, carefully remove the box template from the mat. To keep the paper from curling, turn the mat face down, and peel the mat away from the paper instead. The mat will bend away from the paper (instead of the opposite), keeping your box template nice and flat!

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Cut a piece of clear cellophane to cover the heart cutout on the front of the box. The cellophane will allow you to see any candy through the cutout, without your candy falling out!

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Turn the box template over and add a couple lines of double-sided tape on both sides of the heart. Place the piece of cellophane down over the heart.

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Turn the box back over and carefully fold along all of the score lines. Add some double-sided tape to the tab on the left side of the box. Bring both ends together and stick the tab under the opposite side.

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Fold in the tabs at the bottom to close the box. Start with the largest "U" shaped tab and fold in the ends of the side tabs. Lastly, fold in the end of the last tab and the bottom of the box will stay closed. The box is surprisingly sturdy, but you can add a piece of tape over the seams if you are worried about it popping open.

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Fill the box with your favorite Valentine goodies. To close the box, bring both handles together, and pop the tabs through the "keyhole" in the sides of the box.

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

Such a "sweet" gift for friends, family, or even a teacher for Valentine's Day! You can write a little note or even throw a gift card into the box for a fun surprise. 

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

By changing the pen colors, you can give the box a bit of a different look. I love the way this Jade pen color looks with the conversation hearts!

Surprise your Valentine with these easy-to-make Valentine's Day Treat Boxes made with the Cricut!

After using a black pen with red candies, I added an extra pop of color with some red twine! I love how it turned out and can't wait to crank out a few more for us to share with our friends and family for Valentine's Day!

What is your favorite Valentine's Day candy? 



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