Cherish your loved ones with crafts straight from the heart. Use our Cricut machines to design a variety of greeting cards and festive decorations that will be sure to help Cupid’s arrow hits its mark.
Tag: Valentine's Day
Get ready for Valentine’s Day by making your own Cupid’s arrow. Crafting and physics come together in this fun challenge. Appropriate for kids ages 5-12. No registration required.
June Carter was tuning her guitar backstage, and singing "a-ummm" to warm up her vocal chords. She did so based on a recommendation from her friend Elvis Presley, who had been touring with her for several weeks. Elvis was enchanted by the musical stylings of Johnny Cash, and had taught June to warm up her voice using a technique he’d learned from the yet undiscovered singer-songwriter from Arkansas.
Use our Cricut design space to customize and print your own Valentine’s Day cards for friends and other loved ones.
Space is limited; registration is required.
Some of the best stories result from responses to a simple question: “How did you meet?” Hear insights from Dr. Teresa Cooney, Professor of Sociology at UC Denver, on the science behind human connection and chemistry, and join your fellow community members as we swap stories of love and friendship just before Valentine’s Day. Community Voices is an Anythink series that explores not what sets us apart, but what brings us together. Come with an ear to listen and a story to share. Appropriate for adults, though all ages are welcome if accompanied by adults. Space is limited; please register here on our website.
Celebrate Valentine's Day by frosting and decorating a delicious cupcake. Appropriate for kids ages 8 and up and their caregivers. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Let’s be honest. Valentine’s Day is not everyone’s favorite holiday. In fact, I hear more people on Facebook, Twitter, at work, and at school state negative things about this holiday than any other: “Happy Single-Awareness Day”; "A day created by Hallmark to sell cards and chocolate”; “Why have one day to celebrate who you love? You should be doing it all year!”