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Free Conversation Hearts Valentine’s Day SVG

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If you LOVE SVG files as much as I do, you’ll be excited to download this FREE Conversation Hearts Valentine’s Day SVG to make Printable Valentines, DIY Valentine’s Day shirts, and other Valentine’s Day Crafts!

Valentine's Day Shirt with Colorful Conversation Hearts SVG by Pineapple Paper Co.

This Valentine’s Day SVG is so versatile and can be used to make a ton of different Valentine’s Day gifts! You can use Iron On Vinyl to make an easy and adorable Valentine’s Day shirt for your kids, teachers (or yourself!). Or, get creative and use the conversation hearts to make a Handmade Valentine’s Day Card, or decorate a Valentine Box! This file would be SO cute on a Valentine Box for a little girl! And who doesn’t love making those boxes easier to make? This “Bee Mine” SVG would also be cute on a Valentine box!

Supplies to Make a Conversation Hearts Valentine Shirt

I used my Cricut Machine and different colors of Iron On to make this adorable Valentine’s Day Shirt! You can get all of the supplies here:

Valentine's Day Shirt with Colorful Conversation Hearts SVG by Pineapple Paper Co.

How do you Make a Shirt with your Cricut for Valentine’s Day?

First, upload your SVG into Cricut Design Space.

If you’re new to using SVG files with your Cricut machine, make sure you read my full post on How to Upload an SVG to Cricut Design Space.

Resize to fit the shirt you are using. Then choose the colors of Iron On vinyl you would like to use and click “Make It.” Make sure to MIRROR the images, and cut.

Weed away the extra vinyl using a weeding tool and position on your shirt. First, iron on the hearts, and then iron on the text. Use an iron on protective sheet when applying the text. You can use the Cricut Recommended Settings for your material if you’re using the Cricut EasyPress.

Valentine's Day Shirt with Colorful Conversation Hearts SVG by Pineapple Paper Co.


Download the FREE Conversation Hearts Valentine’s Day SVG

Colorful Conversation Hearts SVG on Grid Background

Get the password below! (If you have the password, head over to the library to download the file.

You will NOT be sent an email with the file. Free SVG files available for download are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Upgraded versions of Silhouette Studio can import SVG files.

Pin Valentine SVG Free Conversation Hearts for Later

Valentine's Day Shirt with Colorful Conversation Hearts SVG by Pineapple Paper Co.

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  1. Chelle Chapman says:

    Thank You! These will look SO cute up or down a sleeve OR making a cute necklace around the collar of a shirt. Also would make a VERY cute border of a childs skirt!!

    1. Pineapple Paper Co. says:

      OMGosh! That’s a great idea!

  2. Why I got a message to open in Uitune? Is this an error? Never seen this before. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Pineapple Paper Co. says:

      No, that’s really strange! There should be a gray box towards the end of the post where you download – if you have any more trouble email info@pineapplepaperco.com and I’ll send it over directly! 🙂

  3. Do you remember the font you used for the lettering on the conversation hearts? I want to make some more and I just LOVE your font choice!

    1. Pineapple Paper Co. says:

      I’m sorry, I can’t remember! I just went and looked and the text is outlined and doesn’t tell me. It does slightly remind me of the “Karley” font in Cricut Design Space, though!

      1. No worries! Thanks for checking. I ended up using Arial rounded. It’s so cute!!