Who wouldn’t love to see this Triceratops Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Banner hanging in their bedroom or classroom? It’s perfectly gender-neutral and can be enjoyed all year round!
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I’m seriously the biggest sucker for silly puns during Valentine’s Day. The more they make my kids’ eyes roll, the more I love them! When else is it socially acceptable to make jokes like a four year old?
That’s why I totally love this Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Banner. My kids actually cracked a little smile when I showed it to them. “Get it…tricera-tops?!”
It was either triceratops or “You stole a pizza my heart.”
My kids should count themselves lucky![feast_advanced_jump_to]
Supplies needed to make banner
These are the supplies you’ll need to make this Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Banner. Of course, feel free to substitute any supplies you already have in stock!
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Corrugated Cardboard Sampler, Pastels
- Cardstock 12×12 (white and black)
- Glitter Cardstock 12×12
- Creative Station
- Baker’s Twine, Black & White
- Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Banner file
Cut out the Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Banner file with your Cricut Explore Air 2 and various papers. I love how the corrugated paper looks but Cricut has tons of other paper options to choose from as well.
Run all of the cut shapes (except the duplicate full body shapes that will be used to sandwich the string) through the Creative Station to apply adhesive to the backs.
Follow the Design Space image to assemble all the pieces.
Who would love this banner?
There are so many ways to use this Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Banner! For teachers, this would be a great way to welcome students on Valentine’s Day. Or what about decorating your dining room with this adorable banner?
It’s so cute that you could probably leave it up all year round in a child’s bedroom or playroom!
Happy Valentine’s Day
Hope you enjoy making this banner for your sweet Valentines! Please tag me on social media if you share. I love to see your projects!