Valentine Tic Tac Toe SVG for Treat Bags

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Tic Tac Toe SVG for Valentine’s Day Treat Bags

Tic Tac Toe is a fun game to play but at my house, the pieces tend to disappear.  Today’s tic tac toe svg and project is sure to keep you and your kids entertained. 

My favorite part about this tic tac toe svg project is that all the pieces will be contained.

Another cool fun thing about today’s project (and svg file) is that there are lots of ways to make it your own.

Adding a monogram, a name, or even a year to the treat bag would be a great way to make this project feel a little more personal.  I can even see it being a great gift for a class, scouting troop, or Sunday School class.

Please note though it does contain small pieces that could potentially be swallowed by younger children.  Use with caution.

Tic Tac Toe SVG

To start off, the goal of tic tac toe is to get three of your pieces in a row.  If no one is able to get their pieces in a row it is called a cat’s game (also known as a tie).

For today’s project I used both adhesive vinyl and heat transfer vinyl both from Expressions Vinyl. 

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  • Red Heat Transfer Vinyl
  • Red Adhesive Vinyl
  • Black Adhesive Vinyl
  • Goodie Bags
    • The ones I used in this project were from Dollar Tree but these with Gnomes from Amazon are also super cute!
  • Frosted Gems
  • Cricut mini press (or heat source)
  • Teflon sheet
  • Scissors and Weeding Tools
  • Table Scatter (optional)
    • Again the scatter I got was from Dollar Tree but these hearts would also work
  • Tic Tac Toe SVG (available at the bottom of the post)


Once all of your supplies are purchased it is time to get busy crafting. 

Let’s work your way through that craft maker process. This is a fun little project that can be completed in one afternoon!  

Step One

Cut the design for the tic tac toe board (the arrows) on your heat transfer vinyl.  In order to help the process go as smoothly as possible I would take the time and cut all the elements now.

So, in addition to cutting the boards also cut the X’s and O’x for the pieces (if you are going to use vinyl to label the pieces).

If you are using table scatter then you won’t need to cut out any designs on adhesive vinyl.  

Step Two

Once everything is cut it is time to weed the designs.  This means that you are removing all the vinyl that you don’t want attached to your final project.

Again to keep the process as streamlined as possible you can weed all of your vinyl now for both the board/bag and the pieces. 

Remember that adhesive vinyl will be sticky and heat transfer vinyl will have a sticky carrier sheet.

Step Three

Now it’s time to apply to the bag!

Since it is such a small area I am using my Cricut mini press to get the job done. 

Also I added a teflon sheet over the design and carrier sheet so it didn’t burn. I put the mini press on the lowest setting, again so I didn’t burn the vinyl or the bag.  Can you tell that I’ve accidentally burned my projects before? 

Learn from me so you don’t do the same thing! I gave it one press with the teflon and carrier sheet and then removed the carrier sheet and pressed one more time with just the teflon.

Step Four

Add the adhesive vinyl to the frosted gems.  My store was out of red and white ones so I had to pick out frosted ones from the light blue pack.

Because it was such a small area I felt like it was a waste to use transfer tape so I just peeled them up like stickers.  It worked very smoothly.

If you are using table scatter just make sure each side’s pieces are exactly the same shape or the same color. 

In this table scatter there were lips, hearts, and multiple colors.  One package would make tons of sets.

It wouldn’t be fun to get this and not know how to tell the pieces apart.

I created five pieces for each side.  You could always through in an extra one or two in case a few do get lost. 

Step Five

Become a tic tac toe master! 

Seriously though, you can use your bag as a storage holder so your pieces don’t get lost and then play as often as you like!

Please take a moment and pin this image before you download your free design below: 

Download Your Tic Tac Toe SVG Here:

Please note that these SVG files are all inside zipped folders.  You will need to unzip the file folder first to access the SVG file inside.  If you are on a phone or tablet and for some reason your browser won’t open the file try clicking on the three dots in the top right corner of the screen and select open in Safari.  

CLICK HERE FOR MDC Valentines Tic Tac Toe

If you bring this file to life make sure to give us a tag @mydesignsinthechaos.  We want to see what you create!

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Thanks for being here! 

Happy crafting and chaos!


If you are looking for other Valentine’s Day SVG files check out these posts:

Pin this image to remember this fun tic tac toe svg project for the future:  

Tic Tac Toe SVG

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