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I love the DIY kissing booths for Valentine’s Day, however with Covid, I decided to make a Valentine inspired balloon booth and designing it with my Cricut Joy! You can make this with or without a booth- use the Cricut designs to make a big sign and decorate the balloons for a fun Valentine holiday with your kiddos. I made a Halloween Boo Shoppe and it was a big hit. I used temporary vinyl because it is so simple to remove and add new designs (I see a spring flower booth, lemonade stand in our future…)
Our kids love to play pretend (what kid doesn’t?) They take turns selling and buying the balloons to each other at their very own Valentine Balloon Booth. Cole takes phone call orders and tells the girls how many balloons are needed, haha, it is sooo adorable.
You can also “sell” candy or give out Valentine cards or make it a traditional Valentine kissing booth! I used conversation hearts to “bribe” Cole to continue taking photos- he is a little ham and loves doing it but moves so much it is hard to get a clear shot haha. They also will take conversation hearts for payment for the balloons.
Cricut Design Space link (includes Valentine balloon booth designs, t-shirt design, hearts & balloon booth)
Cricut Joy (or any Cricut machine)
Cricut Joy Temporary Vinyl and Permanent Vinyl. (I used pink and white)
Cricut Joy Iron On in a variety of colors and patterns and Tee shirts
Cricut Joy Supplies
For iron on designs, I use the Cricut Easy Heat Press-I love their handy site that tells you the time and degrees for any given material!
I think I may make this Babe tee for Nick, too!