Sometimes I find myself wandering through stores, and find myself picking up fun little things that would go perfectly with a printable. Other times I find myself grabbing things that I know my boys will love. I couldn’t pass up these cute little rubber ducks when I found them at Michael’s. I have a son that collects rubber ducks. Our pediatrician gives little prizes when they leave the office, and for kids under three they have ducks. Well, he is well over three, and still asks if he can have the ducks. 🙂 It makes me smile. He has also collected some ducks from school. Anyway, I knew I needed to make a fun Cricut Print then Cut Duck Valentine when I saw these, and today I’m sharing it with you.
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Cricut Print then Cut Duck Valentine Supplies:
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
- StandardGrip Cutting Mat
- White 8.5″ x 11″ Cardstock
- Glue Dots
- Ducks (I found mine at Michael’s)
- Design Space Cut File
Once you have the cut file open, make any adjustments that you might need to. Click Make It.
When you click Make It, it will look like this. Click continue, and you’ll be prompted to print, then place onto your cutting mat, and cuttting the hearts.
Pull the hearts off the cutting mat.
Using your glue dots, place one on the bottom of the duck. The ducks I used do make a squeak noise, so I didn’t cover that.
Place the duck onto the heart.
Do you know someone who would love this Cricut Print then Cut Duck Valentine?
The simple printable is perfect to go with the ducks.
This would be the perfect classroom Valentine for a preschool class.
And no candy! I don’t know about anyone else, but I could do without the Valentine candy. I have a few kids at my house that get crazy on that stuff!
Grab yourself some of these cute little ducks, and get this Cricut Print then Cut Duck Valentine put together in no time!
Check out the other fun Valentine ideas that are here on the blog!
Tracy M Shaw says
Cannot get your file. Link takes me to Design space but no file
Amy | The Happy Scraps says
I’m sorry you’re having trouble opening the file. Because Design Space is now offline, there have been some issues. These are the steps for opening the file. Click the link. Click “Open” (as long as you have already downloaded the offline version). Click “Open Design Space Desktop Application”. If there is an update on the offline version of Design Space, you may have to repeat the previous steps once the update is complete. The file should open. It may take a minute for the design to load. I know Cricut is still working things out with the new offline program, so hopefully opening projects will get easier. 🙂
Let me know if this doesn’t work, and I’ll see what I can do to help.