Make this You Blow Me Away Valentine Classroom Handout with your Cricut machine and a few craft supplies. This post contains affiliate links which, when purchased through, add no cost to the consumer but provide this site with a small commission to allow it to continue bringing Cricut tutorial and project ideas.
There are only a few more weeks until Valentine’s Day. I hope you’ve enjoyed the quick and easy Valentine’s Day classroom handouts that I’ve been sharing. I have one more for you today, though you may want to clear this one with the teacher before handing it out. Haha!
I am using my Cricut machine for this project. If you do not have a Cricut machine, the kiddos can always cut card stock hearts, use markers to write the words, and tape the blower to the card.
- Cricut machine – The Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air series machines will work for this project.
- Cricut LightGrip Cutting Mat
- Cricut Pen, 0.4 tip in black
- White card stock and another Valentine’s day color (pink, red, purple, etc.)
- Small blower-style noise maker
- Glue stick
- Removable Glue Dots
Open up Cricut Design Space. Use my already designed cut file found here. To resize the cut file for your specific noise maker, click “customize.” Otherwise, click “make it now.”
Send the design to your Cricut machine. Cricut Design Space will tell you which color card stock to place on the cutting mat first. Once the Cricut machine is finished with the first piece, Cricut Design Space will prompt you to switch out the card stock.
Once it is complete, carefully pull the card from the LightGrip cutting mat. Use a glue stick to attach one white card stock heart to one colored heart. Repeat with the other white card stock heart. Fold the heart shape in half, adhering with the glue stick. Place a few removable Glue Dots in the center portion of the folded piece. Insert the blower-style noise maker, being sure that it sticks to the Glue Dots.
If this classroom Valentine handout isn’t the one for you this Valentine’s Day, maybe one of these will work:
Looking for more Cricut tutorials? Check out my Cricut project page here.