Fast & Easy Valentine Crayon Holder SVG Files


Valentine Crayon Holder SVG File

DIY Valentine Crayon Holders for the Whole Class!

Looking for a fun and unique Valentine for your child to hand out to their classmates? These Valentine Crayon Holder SVG files cut super fast and are so easy to put together! And the best part is, after kids have finished coloring in the fun Valentine’s designs, the card becomes a bookmark they can use to hold their place in a favorite book! I made these last year with my daughter for her Kindergarten class and they were a hit!

You can download the Valentine Crayon Holder SVG Files right here in my shop, but first, read on to see how easy they are to make!

The SVGs open up with cut lines already turned on in Silhouette Studio Designer Edition. Just position 2 on a page, turn on registration marks, and hit Send! With just a few simple steps (instructions included with download), Silhouette Basic Edition, and Cricut Design Space users will also be ready to go!

Silhouette Send page

Important: In Silhouette Studio, once your Print & Cut layout is ready to print, DO NOT move or change any elements in the file! I always make sure to save the file right before I print it, and don’t make any changes to the layout once it has been printed.

A single sheet of letter size cardstock fits 2 crayon holder cards. When printed, only the coloring page image and text will be visible. The cut lines for the card will not print, but don’t worry, your cutting machine will know where to cut! 🙂

Print and Cut Crayon Holder Valentine SVG Files

The Valentine Crayon Holder SVG Files cut fast, and pop right out of the sheet!

Valentine Crayon Holder SVG Cards cut out

Have your little one fill in their friend’s names and then fold along score lines, to fold card in half and raise the crayon holder holes.

Print then Cut Valentine Crayon Holder SVG fold score linesPrint then Cut Valentine Crayon Holder SVG fold score lines

Now insert crayons into the crayon slots. The crayons slide in pretty easily (pointed tip first) and hold in place well. This was easy enough that even my 5 year old was able to help!

Insert crayons into crayon holder valentine coloring card

I found this 24 pack of Crayola 4-ct. Crayon Boxes on Amazon, which I love because each child gets 4 different colors to use, and it comes with enough to make coloring page Valentines for the whole class!

Mini Crayon 4 ct. Boxes for coloring page valentine cards

Once assembled, just tuck into some A1 size envelopes (approx. 3.5″ x 5″) and your little one is ready to hand out Valentines to their classmates!

crayon holder valentine svg in envelope

The kids then get to have some fun coloring in the coloring page design! When they’re finished, they can tear along the center perforation, and it becomes a bookmark! 

Valentine bookmark crayon holder SVG

You could even wrap the card in ribbon or baker’s twine (optional) before placing in the envelope, so the child can tie it to their bookmark when they’re all done coloring!

DIY crayon holder svg valentine bookmark

Valentine Bookmark crayon bolder svg

Thanks for stopping by to check out these fast & easy DIY Valentine Crayon Holder SVGs! If you give this Valentine’s Day SVG a try, I’d love to see how yours came out! Come share your finished Valentines in my Crafting with Printable Cuttable Creatables Facebook Group!

DIY Valentine Crayon Holder SVG

Happy Crafting!

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12 thoughts on “Fast & Easy Valentine Crayon Holder SVG Files”

  1. I am following the instructions for the Cricut and when I click “Make It,” I get a message that the project is incompatible with my machine. I am using a Maker 3. Any idea what I am doing wrong? I’ve tired like five times to get it to work.

    • Hi Larissa, It’s hard to say without seeing how you have the file setup. Can you please send me a screenshot of how you have the file setup on the Canvas, including the Layers panel?

  2. I am pretty new to using a Cricut and I can’t get this to work. I’m using an Explore Air 2. When I flatten at Step 4, I can no longer see the coloring design. I don’t know if that’s an issue, but on your directions it’s still there. When I flatten and move backwards, I can see the score lines on the first (unicorn), then on the other three I can’t see until I “Move to back”. I can’t see the coloring image at all once I hit flatten. Then, when I go through the steps to attach it, and click “make it”, all I see is my score lines. It wants me to send to my printer, then cut. How do I do it all at once? What am I missing?

    • Hi Lisa,
      I have a video which shows how to prepare these files in Design Space which you may find helpful:
      When you Flatten, the Flattened group is jumping to the top of the Layers panel. Your score lines are still there, but they are a few layers down “hiding” under the card shape. After flattening, you may need to click “Move Backward” a few times to get the score lines on top of the card shape again.

      • Kristen was wonderful helping a total newbie figure this out! I can’t believe the service, and I’m very picky about customer service. Thank you, Kristen!


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