If you’re not into cheesy Valentines, you’ll love this “You Stole My Heart” FREE Valentine SVG File. Check out the tutorial for this Valentine Gift Idea.
I knew this Valentine would be a risk. Not everyone will think it’s funny, not everyone will get it, but when I was searching for my Cricut Valentine’s Day project, a coffin showed up in the search engine and I immediately came up with a Free Valentine SVG File for this morbid Valentine.
If you’re not into morbid Valentines check out this cute Valentine Idea.
I showed it to my husband and got a blank stare at first, so I said, “You know…because if you don’t have a heart, you die.”
I then showed it to my 10 year old daughter and no explanation needed. She had uncontrollable giggles and I realized then that she is just way too much like me.
So, because I can’t share a project in Cricut Design Space with my uploaded artwork, you’ll need to scroll to the bottom of this post to download the FREE Valentine SVG File, then open up the Cricut project.
What You’ll Need for these Morbid Valentine’s Day Boxes
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2 (see which machine is right for you)
- You Feel Like Home Cricut Project
- Cricut Design Space
- Scoring Stylus or Cricut Scoring Wheel (depends on the machine you have)
- White Cardstock
- Red Cardstock
- Black Cardstock
- Hot Glue Gun
How to Use the FREE Valentine SVG File
- Upload the SVG File to Cricut Design Space.
- Resize the file so it can fit on the front of the coffin image (in between the scoring lines).
- Select the white box WITHOUT scoring Lines and the SVG File and FLATTEN the image to make it Print and Cut.
- Select the Scoring lines and your Flattened image, then select ATTACH. Attaching objects will ensure that they stay together when you send it to the machine.
- Send the project to the Cricut Machine and select Medium Cardstock as your material. Follow the prompts for printing and cutting, and changing out the scoring wheel.
- Once everything is cut, fold INWARD along all the score lines.
- Glue the flaps in place with the glue gun.
- Roll up the rose from the outside in, and glue the rose in place with the glue on the round part of the flower.
- Glue the rose to the top of the coffin box and fill it with a favorite treat!
I chose Lindt chocolates for these and I would be lying if I said I didn’t eat them all in two days. My husband knows that if I get them for him, they will eventually BE MINE.
If you liked this post, make sure you check out these Valentines:
- You Feel Like Home Valentine’s Day Boxes
- Anti-Valentine’s Day Printables
- Funny Valentine’s Day Cards
- Free Valentine’s Day Font
- Valentine Brush Lettering Practice Sheet
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