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You Mean the World to Me Globe Valentine

Decorate your home with this whimsy The You Mean the World to Me Globe Valentine. Cut the letters with a die cutter or buy adhesive letters at a craft store. This project is just one of many on my Valentine’s Day project page.

You Mean the World to Me Globe Valentine

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Making a DIY Globe Valentine is a super easy way to decorate your home for Valentines Day by just adding lettering to a thrift store globe. This Valentine globe would look great in your entryway for all your guests to see when they walk in the door.

Let me just say, that I am so in love with Silhouette’s Printable Gold Foil! I want to put it on everything! It is heavy gauge sticker paper that is a beautiful gold color. It cuts with the Silhouette Cameo so smoothly. Great paper!

I cut out the hearts and lettering using a Silhouette Cameo. But keep reading, if you do not have a cutting machine you can use adhesive letters found at your local craft store or in the links I provided below.

DIY Globe Valentine


Globe Valentine


Open the Silhouette Cameo Studio app on your computer.

Pick your paper size and lettering font. The font I used is Brannboll Fet and the letters are 1.5 to 2.5 inches tall. Set your Silhouette to cut out the design on the 8 x 11 gold foil paper for the lettering and red vinyl for the hearts.

Peel, then stick the letters and hearts to the globe! Display in your favorite Valentine’s vignette.

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Love this? Then I would be thrilled if you Pinned it or shared it!

You Mean the World to Me Globe Valentine Craft


  1. This is such a cute project. I can see it out all year. It would look so cute in a child’s room.

  2. I love any kind of globe project and this one is too cute! I’d want to leave it out year-round and not just for Valentine’s :) #MM

  3. How stinking cute! Seriously Brilliant!! I am so glad you came over and linked up at Totally terrific tuesday! I hope you make it back Monday at 10pm eastern :) You just inspired me and I LOVE it!
    Jess :)

  4. I just used the gold foil for the first time and it was AMAZING! I just love this idea :)

    1. Thanks so much, I love that foil!! I think because it is stiff which makes the cuts perfect. It’s just easier to work with.

  5. I love projects with globes! This is adorable! Thanks for linking up with the Creative Spark Link Party!

  6. Awe, super cute Kim!!!<3 Pinned

  7. I love love love this!!! Would love it if you share at our Valentine’s Day linky at (I know you shared at our regular linky, but this would be a perfect submission for our Valentine’s Day themed one!)

    Cathy Mini

  8. This is such an awesome idea! Love it. What a great use of a globe. Pinned. I’m glad you shared on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.

  9. What a great idea to dress up a globe with the perfect little Valentine’s Day saying. Would love if you shared this on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.

  10. Very cool! I’ve seen so many creative ideas for using globes in decor now!

  11. Love it. Now to find a globe.

  12. How cute!! It’s so weird how the globe has kind of gone extinct. Now with cell phones maps and all of that, you can use that piece for other great things, like yours – I love it!

  13. That is adorable!! I am amazed at what the Cameos can do, they are wonderful little machines!

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