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Valentine’s Day is one of those funny holidays: A lot of products market to those with a Valentine. However, there’s a whole lot of singles without Valentines out there; and a whole lot of people who celebrate ‘Galentine’s Day’ on February 13th. Don’t forget them when you are creating Valentine related products. To get you started, I’m giving you some anti-Valentine’s Sayings to use in your Silhouette or Cricut business this year.
30+ Anti Valentine’s Day Sayings for Crafters
Cupid rhymes with stupid
Love stinks… let’s drink!
Forget love, I’d rather fall into chocolate (wine/beer/tacos)
Happy Singles Awareness Day
Beer is my Valentine
B is for
Boyfriend. Best Friend.
Why fall in love when you can fall asleep?
Team No Valentine
Property of no one
Love disappoints. Tacos don’t.
V is for Vodka, Not Valentine
Roses are red, blah blah blah – WINE.
R is for
Single and loving it
Yep, still single
Single and not available
Love is in the air – try not to breathe
No boys allowed
Not today Cupid
Single and fabulous
Love conquers nothing.
February 14th – Just another day
No Boyfriend (Girlfriend), No Problem or No Husband (Wife), No Problem
Cupid makes me cringe
Not your Valentine.
In love with my self.
Broken Heart Club
Of course, you should always, always, always look up all sayings in the TESS database before using them on products for sale. Need a tutorial to do this? Head to this post.
Looking for Valentine’s Day sayings? Click the image below to read that list.
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.