Love is in the air and it’s time to start crafting for Valentine’s Day! These cheap and free Valentine’s Day fonts are perfect for all of your cutting machine crafts, including t-shirts, cards, home decor, and more!
Valentine’s Day crafting is in full swing for many folks! Whether you’re making t-shirts, designing valentines, or crafting decor, you may be looking for Valentine’s Day fonts to use in your project. Today I’ve rounded up some of my favorite cheap and free Valentine’s Day fonts are perfect for all of your holiday crafting!
These are all fonts that I’ve verified will cut nicely on your cutting machine (see notes on the individual fonts below for suggestions). This is a combination of free and paid fonts. While getting fonts for free is awesome, I also think that the best, most “cuttable” fonts are often ones you pay for—plus you’re helping to put food on the table of a designer!
Want to learn more about fonts with your Cricut? Check out these posts.
- Font Basics in Cricut Design Space
- How to Upload Fonts to Cricut Design Space
- Working with Script Fonts in Cricut Design Space
- Where to Find Free and Cheap Fonts for the Cricut
- 101 Fonts for Cricut & Silhouette
- Single Line Fonts for Writing, Engraving, and Foiling
- Valentine’s Day Fonts
- St. Patrick’s Day Fonts
- Halloween Fonts
- Fall Fonts
- Christmas Fonts
The Best Valentine’s Day Fonts for Cricut & Silhouette
Cuddle | Love Love: Cute little hearts adorn each letter of Cuddle. There’s also a non-heart version to use together with it.
Romance | Heart Face Script: Long loopy tails make romance the perfect font for all sorts of sweet projects.
Sweetheart | Heartbeat: This pretty script font is a lovely addition to cards, shirts, and more.
Sweet | Flirty: Tiny hearts make up this quirky font. Be careful cutting this one too small—it’s easy to loose those hearts when weeding.
Heart | Valentine’s Vibes: A chunkier script font that is modern and fun.
Be Mine| Flying High: A thin loopy font that is perfect for all sorts of Valentine’s Day projects.
Love | Heartland: A funky heart-filled font. Use this one sparingly—those hearts can get a bit overwhelming with longer text.
Chocolate | Totes Adorbs: Perfect for kids projects, plus the hearts inside the letters makes it feel extra special on February 14.
Roses | Love Struck: Love struck is one of my go-to Valentine’s Day fonts—it’s just so cute and perfect for the holiday.
Cutie | Lovely Valentine: Lovely Valentine has capital letters that all feature a heart.
Kisses| Baiskey: The little heart over the “i” makes Baiskey more than just your typical script font.
Flowers | Valentine Kisses: A chunky font that has heart features. Be careful of some of the small “rough” edges of this font—you may want to use the Contour tool to get rid of them. Also available in a set of 8 Valentine’s Day fonts.
Balloons | Cheri: An adorable kids’ font that has hearts in some of the letters.