Need a cute retro Valentine’s sign? Make your own with this free Kisses 5c SVG.
You can use the Valentine SVG a few different ways. You can layer adhesive vinyl onto a wood sign.
You can also make a wood sign by cutting each different color as a stencil and then painting on wood. The downside is that you have to let the paint dry at least 2 days between each coat (so the next stencil doesn’t pull up any paint.)
But the benefit is you’ve got a huge variety of colors to choose from – even more options than vinyl.
For a third idea, you could use iron-on vinyl and put it on a shirt – though honestly, I really only see this working on a baby onesie 🙂
But back to the free file – use the form below to enter your name and email you’ll get a link in your email to box.com. That’s where I store my free files I give to my readers! If you have trouble with the form not showing up, email me so I can send the file directly.
Here are some helpful posts for using the Kisses 5c SVG, or making crafts with it.
But don’t stop here – I’ve got a few more free Valentine SVGs to send you to also. Check them out!
Show off a picture if you make something with one of these free designs – and have fun getting ready for Valentine’s Day!
SUPPLIES FOR USING SVGS
- Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker or Cricut Joy or Silhouette machine (for cutting the vinyl)
- Weeding tools (for removing extra vinyl)
- Iron-on vinyl (for shirts and totes)
- Stencil vinyl (for painting)
- EasyPress (for using the iron-on vinyl)
- Adhesive vinyl (for signs)
- Printable sticker sheets (for making stickers)