These DIY date night tokens are the perfect handmade gift for Valentine’s Day or your anniversary. Using an xTool P2 laser machine gives the gift a professional look that you could even sell!
Fellow romantics and adventurers looking to add some excitement and spontaneity into their love life will love these date night tokens. If you’ve ever found yourselves stuck in the same old date night routine, fear not – we’ve got the perfect solution for you.
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Enter the world of DIY Date Night Tokens, a creative way to elevate your date nights and make every moment unforgettable. Plus, analysis paralysis can make date planning a difficult task.
Take the debate out of it with these adorable date night tokens. Leave the selection up to chance!
How to Make Date Night Tokens with an xTool P2 Laser Machine
- Free date night tokens file
- Thin wood sheet (I suggest at least a 12 x 12 piece)
- Jar or Container
- Alcohol to clean the char
- Paper towel or towel for the alcohol
Download the Free Cut Files
You can get the free date night tokens SVG file and more here.
This free file is for personal use only unless you purchase a commercial license (see below).
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Easy Laser Product to Sell
Interested in buying the file to sell? For only $5, you can purchase a commercial license right here.
You can sell a set with a standard selection of date nights. OR, you can have your buyer provide their date nights.
If you choose to sell a standard set, you could include a few blank tokens so that the buyer can write in some of their extra date nights.
Pick & Choose Option at Craft Fairs
Have a craft fair in January? These would be so cute to sell at a craft fair.
But then you’re stuck with selling a standard set… or are you?
You could have a “choose any 20” option instead. Just pre-laser multiples of each date night token and organize them by token. Buyers could make a custom set by selecting their own set of 20 tokens(or whatever number they chose).
It makes their gift feel extra specialized compared to a store-bought gift. And after some time, you can adjust what you pre-make based on the best sellers.
If you have the xTool F1, you’ll also have the option of lasering some tokens while at the show. I do think that having some standard ones available and ready to go would be the quickest (you could just use the F1 for some more customized options).
Personalize Your Tokens
Tailor some tokens to specific preferences – a favorite homemade dinner, a movie genre of choice, or a shared hobby. This personal touch makes the date night experience even more special.
It’s easy to do with this file because I made sure to use a common font that comes installed on most computers. The font used is: Trebuchet MS
I’ve included some blank tokens that you can add your date night ideas to.
What File Types are Included?
- SVG file
- xTool’s Creative Space
- Silhouette Studio File
- PNG File
Using the Date Night Tokens:
- Pick at Random: Take turns picking a token at random on your designated date night. The excitement of not knowing what’s coming up adds an extra thrill to the experience.
- Monthly Date Night Roulette: Dedicate a specific day each month to draw multiple tokens and plan your date nights for the entire month. It’s a fantastic way to keep the excitement alive!
Copyright MOM ENVY 2024. Files may be used for personal use only. Commercial licenses may be purchased for SVG and Silhouette cut files. Click here to purchase a commercial license for a file. No commercial use is available for printables. Files may not be directly shared within Facebook groups, on websites, or in any other way. A link to the web page to download the files may be shared as well as one photo. The file may not be printed and then sold (including local yard sale sites and groups or at local craft fairs). The images may not be used in any way other than to share with a link to the original web page.