Tamara's Corner - Valentine Sucker Cards

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I wanted to make something that was VERY easy, so easy that my 7 year old could help me with no problem! I decided to use the adorable A2 Lace Cards to create some super sweet little Valentine's cards to make with your children! My daughter really enjoyed helping me put these together and she cannot wait to give them to her friends at school.

SVG Collections Used

1.  A2 Lace Edged Cards SVG Collection
2. An Afternoon At Auntie Elaine's SVG Collection
3. Back To School SVG Collection
4. Whiz Kid Valentine SVG Kit
5. Valentine Mailboxes SVG Kit
6. Valentine Cupcake Wrappers SVG Kit


Here are the exact shapes, sizes and colors I used.  Size to the dimensions shown below with “Keep Proportions” checked in the Shape Properties window, unless otherwise noted.

Love Muffin Card

A2 Lace Edged Cards SVG Collection
hearts_vertical_half.svg 4"wide red pattern paper
An Afternoon At Auntie Elaine's SVG Collection
muffin_bottom.svg 2.50 wide teal patterned paper
muffin_top.svg 2.50 wide yellow patterned paper
SCUT File (click here to download)
love' text file. light yellow

Apple Of My Eye Card

A2 Lace Edged Cards SVG Collection
queen_anne_card_alt.svg 4" wide yellow dotted paper
Back To School SVG Collection
apple_mid.svg (remove highlight) 2.50" wide brown patterned paper
apple_bottom.svg 2.50" wide red patterned paper
SCUT File (click here to download)
of my eye' text file. teal

You Are Sweet Card

A2 Lace Edged Cards SVG Collection
hearts_horiz_card_alt.svg 4" wide patterned paper
stamp_half.svg 3.5" high red patterned paper
Truffles (free download)
truffle_vanilla.svg 2.00 wide brown/pink
SCUT File (click here to download)
you R sweet' text file. light yellow

Butterfly/Flower Card

A2 Lace Edged Cards SVG Collection
queen_anne_half.svg 4" wide red polka dot
Whiz Kid Valentine SVG Kit
butterfly_bottom.svg 2.25" wide red
butterfly_top.svg 2.25" wide yellow patterned paper
An Afternoon At Auntie Elaine's SVG Collection
flower1_bot.svg 2.50" high teal
flower1_mid.svg (cut stem off) 2.50" high pink


Valentine Mailboxes SVG Kit
Basic Drop Box Cut all pieces as sized at 11.40" wide misc. paper.
heart_bottom.svg 2.25" high teal
heart_top.svg 2.25" high red
heart_strips.svg (trim to fit) 2.169" high red
flag_bottom.svg (cut 2) 2.017" high yellow dot
flag_top.svg 0.869" high red
A2 Lace Edged Cards SVG Collection
stamp_half.svg 2" wide red stripe
queen_anne_card_alt 4.25" wide yellow dot
Valentine Cupcake Wrappers SVG Kit
xoxo_top.svg 1" high teal

Note: Create two circles at .14" wide (these are for the suckers). Place them about 1.5" apart. Line them up and have them about .75" away from the edge of the card.


  • Cut out all your cards and pieces and glue them together. Easy peasy!
  • I have included the welded text SVG files for you! They are sized already so you do not need to worry about that

Design Tips

Tamara Tripodi - SVGCuts Design Team Artist

  • Get creative! I showed you just a few samples of some simple Valentine's you could create. You could also use the guitar in Jamie's Favorite Things Collection and add "You Rock", etc. SVG Cuts offers so many cute designs that you could make SEVERAL different cards! I also thought to use the butterfly by itself and then add "You make my heart flutter". Have fun with it!
  • Embossing and 3d glue dots help add texture and make designs pop!
  • You will need to trim down the A2 card that goes onto the mailbox. I cut about an inch off the top.
  • When adding the sucker stick holes to your card it works best to keep them 3/4 - 1" away from the edge.
  • I attached the flag to the mailbox with a heart shaped brad, very cute!
  • If you do not want to make sucker holders, use the A2 cards, score in half, and attach them over a baggie with some Valentine candy inside!

Again, a super easy project to create with a child! I hope you like it!

12 Responses to “Tamara's Corner - Valentine Sucker Cards”

  1. Susan Wilson Ross January 27, 2011 at 12:31 pm #

    These will be perfect for the card swap. I love the color scheme, too!

  2. Linda January 27, 2011 at 12:32 pm #

    Great valentines for kids to give out. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

  3. Laurie January 27, 2011 at 1:15 pm #

    These are so cute, Tamara! Thanks for including the svgs for the words! That will save a lot of time!

  4. Laura January 27, 2011 at 1:23 pm #

    For some reason, I am unable to see the pictures that were posted. Hope to see them soon.

  5. Lana January 27, 2011 at 2:42 pm #

    These are really cute!

  6. Thienly Azim January 27, 2011 at 2:50 pm #

    Very, very cute! How fun would it be to hand these out! Love how simple it is, yet with the right paper choice and these embellishments, it’s beautiful! Another SUPER CUTE project, Tamara :)

  7. Lenae January 27, 2011 at 3:13 pm #

    So adorable! What is a SCUT file? I hve yet to figure this out? Thanks

  8. Jennifer Johnson January 27, 2011 at 3:29 pm #

    I love that paper! Where did you get it from?

  9. Bee January 27, 2011 at 5:25 pm #

    Super cute! :-D

  10. Cely January 27, 2011 at 6:17 pm #

    The children will love those…anything with candy.

  11. MONKEY January 28, 2011 at 1:56 pm #

    Very cute. My Grandkids will love them!
    Thank-you! Another great dose of vitamin svg.

  12. Stephanie February 4, 2011 at 4:58 pm #

    Just started these today. Fun Fun Fun
    I am making 56 with my 8 and 5 yr olds.