Silhouette SD Giveaway! (CLOSED)

I was over the moon when Silhouette contacted me about doing a second giveaway. It was love at first cut when I tried it for the first time last June, and now it easily ranks in my top 5 favorite crafting tools. I use it for everything - party decorations, wrappings for baked goods, gifts, gift tags, clothes for my kids, etc, etc. It is already coming in really handy (and saving me money) this holiday season for decorations and gifts.
Here are the Silhouette projects I've had up my sleeve lately:

I cut fall leaves to attach as gift tags to yummy pumpkin bread loaves - a great way to dress up your baked goods for gift giving and customizable to any occasion or season.  I cut my leaves nice and large, so there was plenty of room to write a note on the back.


The women's group at my church made 30 sets of Christmas Advent Blocks, using instructions I found at How Does She?  We mod podged the blocks with cute holiday papers and applied vinyl numbers and lettering that I cut on my Silhouette.  At a cost of only $2 per set, this makes a great small gift for just about anyone on your list.


 My friend, Sonja, recently threw a Sesame Street/Elmo themed party for her daughter's second birthday.  She loves paper crafts and was painstakingly cutting out all her Elmo decorations by hand, until I reminded her of my magical machine that cuts whatever you want.  In no time, we had cut alphabet and number garlands and some Oscar the Grouch, saving her time and money.

My Oscar was appropriately grouchy at the beginning of the party until he was allowed to wander off with one of the table decorations (which was filled with "Dorothy"goldfish crackers).

Did you know you can import pictures from the internet or your camera to the Silhouette cutter?  You aren't limited to the (thousands of) images in the online store.  Which means you can cut anything you want.  Which is awesome.

I made lots of onesies over the summer using the Heat Transfer material, and now I am using it to make custom t-shirts for Christmas gifts.   I applied this dinosaur silhouette to one of Oscar's shirts - the tail wraps around to the back.

If you want to make your favorite guy a gift this Christmas, the Heat Transfer is a great option.  It is easy to do and looks so professional.  The hardest part is just picking the design he'll love most!

Ok ... so my new favorite thing to make with the Silhouette is temporary tattoos.  My nephews are all getting silly mustache finger tattoos in their stockings this year.

You actually don't need the Silhouette cutter to make the tattoos - you can buy the tattoo paper, print from your home office, and cut them out with scissors. So if you're looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for your Justin Bieber-crazed tween, or tough to please 9-year old boy, some fun temporary tattoos might be your perfect solution. 

If you still aren't convinced this is the best cutter out there, here are some links to my past projects:

So ... on to the giveaway! One very lucky winner will receive their very own Silhouette SD Machine (a $299.99 value). The package includes:
  • a Silhouette machine
  • Software for Windows XP/Vista, Mac
  • Power cable, USB cable
  • 2 Cutting mats (one for thick media, one for thin media)
  • One cutting blade
  • $10 gift card to the Silhouette Online Store

This giveaway is now closed.  Thanks for entering!

You know you want it!  Let's keep things simple ... there is only ONE way to enter: 

Browse the Silhouette website and check out all the amazing things this one machine does.  Then come back and leave a comment on this post by November 26th telling me how you'd use your new favorite craft tool for the holidays.

The winner will be randomly selected and announced on November 29th.  This giveaway is available only to U.S. residents (sorry - international readers!  There are customs issues with the blade.  I'll have other prizes available to you later in the week).  

There are three little rules:
  1. There is only one entry per person.  If you accidentally enter more than once, please delete your duplicate comment (you will likely have to scroll to the end of the comments to view yours).
  2. Make sure I have a way to contact you!  Either your profile must link back to a public blog, or you must leave me an email address to contact you.  Anonymous comments (with no contact information) will be deleted.
  3. You can only win one Silhouette.  If you have won a Silhouette here or anywhere else in blogland, you are no longer eligible.

I'm also excited to announce a special Cyber Monday deal!

It is only valid on Monday, November 29, 2010, starting at 4 am and ending at midnight the same day.

Here's the deal ...the Silhouette will be sold for $199 (originally $299). Silhouette America has NEVER sold these cutters for this cheap! This is the newest version with more capabilities and newest technology - the Silhouette is now Mac compatible.

It gets better ... the Cyber Monday deal will also include:
1 Roll of Cream vinyl ( $7.99)
1 Roll of transfer paper ( $7.99)
1 Home decor CD (Value $55)
Total ($70.98)
All for only $199 - almost $200 in savings!
I'll have the discount code posted bright and early next Monday at 4 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. In the meantime, leave a comment and keep your fingers crossed to win!

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gina said...

I would use it to make long sleeve tees for my grands for Christmas!! How fun!

Hugs,
gina

Jill Ann said...

I LOVE the rhinestone templates!

Ashleigh said...

I would use it for EVERYTHING!!!! I'd really love to use it to catch up on my scrapbooking, before another year starts and I'm even more behind! I know I would love this thing!

Momma McCall said...

Best giveaway ever! I've been dying to make vinyl decals for all my small kitchen appliances!

Rob & Jess said...

This thing is rad, who knew? I'm a terrible artist, so the first thing I would do is make party invitations for my kid's birthdays! And, hopefully it would motivate me to make all sorts of stuff, like dog tshirts, because my kids would looove those! rob.jess.chapman@gmail.com

Adriana said...

I would use this for sooo many things! Wall vinyls, appliques, scrapbooking, and much, much more.

Orange Peanut said...

I love to craft and would use this for everything indeed! I am excited to use it for heat iron transfers and I love that you don't need cartridges!

Oh my fingers are crossed!!!!

Megan @ orangepeanut@gmail.com

Lucashell said...

Seriously I am so in love with this machine. I would die to own one.. I would use it for everything. shellieblake53@gmail.com

Tiffany said...

WOW! What a fantastic giveaway. My sister has one and RAVES about it! :) Crossing my fingers i get to be just as lucky! :)

erica said...

maybe this would help make all my wishful thinkings become reality :)
you better believe my fingers are crossed.

ericapatten at gmail

Madison McShinsky said...

That looks amazing! I would use it to make vinyl gifts for family and friends this Christmas :)

Caroline @ Atelier Caroline said...

I've been dreaming about trying out stenciling on fabrics... so many ideas but cutting by hand is so time consuming it's all on hold.

Desiree and Lars said...

I would love to win this!! I would make some holiday cards with it. dmattice13[dot]msn[dot]com

Thanks!

Mom2Eleanor said...

I would love to use the heat transfer material to make soem shirts for my boy. It seems like I am always making his sister something, but he gets left in the cold.

Jane said...

I would use it with my class/for my classroom the most. As for crafting... I would love to do some vinyl stuff. So many ideas!

Ledys said...

How awesome, Jill! I'd use it to make vinyl decals for my walls, Christmas presents for my girls (quiet books, paper dolls, pajamas), party invitations and favors... The possibilities are endless!

Shannon said...

How cool, I've never given much thought to these but now I want to make everything! I love the tattoos and the heat transfers.
rider22s@hotmail.com

subwife98 said...

Do I have to choose just ONE thing that I would make with it this year?? I have so many different ideas going through my head that I could use the Silhouette. I think the vinyls are the biggest things for me. If I don't win, I'm hoping Santa is gonna leave this baby under the tree for me!

April said...

I'd love vinyl lettering/quotes for my home!

Amanda Davis said...

I would definitely use it for scrapbooking and decorations for our parties!

mrs.davis77@gmail.com

BreAnna said...

yes I want that. I would make a vinyl Christmas tree with ornaments for our small living space.

Sara {Sara's Closet} said...

I would love to make some christmas greeting cards...but I don't know if i could do just one thing! there are so many cool things to do with this baby!!!

my email is: beach_luv3@yahoo.com

Diana said...

I'd use it to do tons of things... but definitely make some cute shirts for my kiddos with the heat transfer paper!

(taylor.diana@gmail.com)

Cierra Larsen said...

What wouldnt I use this for?!?! I have wanted one for so long! Its amazing what these can do! For the holidays, I would love to make some fun pillows with the heat transfers, fun gift tags for all of the presents for my neighbors & family. I would love to throw a Christmas party & use the cut out capabilities to design fun Christmas decorations! The possibilities are ENDLESS!

/Cierra
CierraLarsen@hotmail.com

amberlee said...

I would love one of these... to give to my very deserving friend for Christmas. I have one and love it. She drools over it every time she comes over.

Our Family said...

shirts...for my kids, for christmas, for an upcoming disney trip!!

Neldajay said...

I would use it to make some educational stuff for my children and I would definitely start making scrap books for my wedding album, my first baby, and my second one. I am crossing my fingers to get this :)I would love to have one like this and use for everything! Thank you!
nelda34@hotmail.com

Summer Nicklasson said...

Ooo ooh! I would use the silouhette for all sorts of ornamenting: onesies, decorations, applique. What a dream of a machine! Fingers crossed!
www.queenbloggy.com
summer@queenbloggy.com

Petersen Family said...

A Silhouette is on my Christmas list this year so winning one would make my Christmas extra sweet! I would for sure have more vinyl around the house (I love you baking measurements) and I'd love to get caught up on scrapbooking the lives of my two little boys!

jamiepetersen@gmail.com

Erin said...

I would use it to decorate my new condo!
silverstuff_00@hotmail.com

Ojem said...

I would definately start out by using the heat transfer material for custom t-shirts for christmas presents for my kisd and use it for glass etching for family gifts. This is awesome. hfygirl@yahoo.com

brooke said...

I think the options are endless!!! I would make Christmas tags, probably countdown to Christmas blocks too, & definitely cute long sleeves tee's for my little girl!!!

Corie Green said...

I would love this!! Especially now that it is Mac compatible! :) My kids love to craft with me and I would love to make ornaments for the tree together! Oh and I need to label my awesome cereal jars on the sweet cereal bar my husband bought me, we really love the cereal around here ;)
coriegreen@gmail.com

Zach 'n' Jack said...

I would absolutely use it for Christmas gifts. Menu boards to be exact! And gift tags.....and shirts...and everything!

sniffmommy said...

I would use it to make baby announcements for #3!

sniffmommy at gmail dot com

ailie said...

Please count me in! I'd love to use the Silhouette to make embellishments for my gift wrapping. And candy goodie boxes. And so much more.

ailie{underscore}dukes{at}hotmail{dot}com

ellie said...

I love everything it does! Esp the vinyl! Thanks for the giveaway silhouette

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny said...

I would love to get my hands on one of these. Thanks for the opportunity!

Shannon said...

I would use this for so many things! I would love to be able to cut vinyl for all the different holidays, and would also love to try the heat transfer material. What a great giveaway!
shannonbown21@gmail.com

RebekahBridge said...

There are so many things I would love to make if I had the opportunity to try out the Silhouette! I think one of the first things I would do would have to involve the heat transfers. Seeing what others have made inspires me to want to make gifts for new mommas and their babies, young birthday boys and girls, and the teens off to support their home team. So many possibilities!

Anna Lea said...

OH! I would LOVE to make stencils to make shirts, and some great sayings for my friends and family to put on their walls! This thing is SOOO awesome!

Amber said...

I would love to have the Silhouette to make some sewed gifts! Shirts, pillows, ornaments....I could go on and on!!!

Mia said...

Glass etching templates, the endless possibilities with vinyl. It would be a holiday wish come true to win this fantastic and generous prize. Thank you for a great opportunity!
mistmorn@gmail.com

Allie said...

YEp, I would start with shirts for the kids and then make much much more! Love it! scotalis@msn.com

Julie said...

I would love to try the heat transfer!

Britty said...

I never win anything, but this would be a GREAT first prize! I love the scalloped edge on the parchment and the letter bunting. So cute!

Ozymandiaz said...

I would stencil on every t-shirt and shirt I or my kids own. Would love love love to have one of these!

Ellen said...

Oh, I want to win. This just seems like the coolest machine ever!

I would use it to make party decorations for my little girl's first birthday.

mrs.ronso (at) gmail (dot) com

Janie said...

I would definitely use it for scrapbooking! And for making cute t-shirts for my baby. And for a million other crafts, too! janiebt@gmail.com

Jacob And Angie Ward said...

I would make my kids and my nieces and nephews cute holiday shirts!

brandall said...

I would definitely start with glass etching! I love the examples on their site - especially the fishbowl!
brandi{underscore}svoboda{@}yahoo{dot}com

Me said...

What would I make? More like - what wouldn't I make! First, glass etching - the ideas are endless. Second, baby stuff for friends/the babes I work with. Onesies, decorations, on and on. Third, stuff to make my house incredibly awesome.

Nancy's Couture said...

I would use it for everything!!! I would make some tattoos for the kids stockings. I would use the heat transfer and rhinestones to custominze some shirts for them. I would also use it to make Christmas cards and gift tags. I would use it for soooooo many things!!! Thanks for the opprotunity to win one!

GynnaB said...

The Silhouette is on my christmas wish list (wish being the key word) I would use it to help make t-shirts and vinyl house decorations.

I did a freezer paper painting today on a t-shirt... and man it was a HUGE ordeal! The Silhouette would make it soo much nicer and easier!

Thanks!

Gynna b

gynnab (at) gmail.com

a said...

i'd definitely use it on fabrics to make custom shirts/bags. such a fun way to personalize something. thanks for the chance!
aimee c.

Jackie S. said...

Oh my heavens, I would use this for so many things. I have so many ideas in my little mind but don't have any way other than to pay a bunch of money for someone else to cut the vinyl/paper for me. I would LOVE to win!!! :)
toaojb@hotmail.com or http://wnjshutra.blogspot.com/

kristen said...

I would love to use it for freezer paper stenciling, party decorations and vinyl lettering (love to label and organize!). iamkristen.martin [at] gmail [dot] com

HALLELUJAHS said...

I would LOVE to make some Christmas subway art!

Thank you so much,
Holly
http://hallelujahsbyholly.blogspot.com

kimberly.m.smith said...

You've absolutely convinced me I need one of these! I play roller derby, and I'm constantly needing to put my name and number on tshirts, my helmet, etc. Plus I love making stuff for my 9 month old 'niece', and on top of all that I work at a Public Library, and I could come up with a million uses for it there.

Jen said...

I would love to make tshirts. My 2yr old son would love the some tatoos :)

Erika said...

What wouldn't I make is more like it!! There are so many ideas I have in mind for this machine. It is at the top of my Christmas wish list. I love the stencil onesies that you made and want to make lots of those. I have never worked with vinyl before and would love to try it out. Thank you for the chance to win!

erika21@gmail.com

marin said...

I would use it for so many things, starting with shirts for my 3 boys! Fingers crossed!

Cindy said...

I would use it to heat transfer designs onto the messenger bags I'll be making as gifts! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

Chris said...

There are so many things I would do with a Silhouette. Right now I'd love to have it to help with holiday cards, gift tags, and decorations.

Lori said...

I have wanted one for sooo long. I would use it for vinyl for art projects and for church handouts.

Sarah said...

I would use the vinyl to make wall decorations and the heat transfer to make cute shirts!

Brad & Brandi Nielson said...

I would love to use this for the vinyl applications!! I love signs and dressing up picture frames and the like. Ohhh please pick me, pick me ;)

mommy_jordyn@hotmail.com
www.bradandbrandinielson.blogspot.com

Caryn said...

Being a poor college student, my decorating (and subsequent crafting) funds are severely limited! I need to make some awesome Christmas decor for my home, including glass blocks, spunky ornaments and snowflakes to hang from my windows. And advent calendar is also on the menu (if I can find the time before then!). I have been dying to own one of these machines but we never can seem to procure the funds!

Anonymous said...

Giving a gift to someone its all about the packaging/presentation for me. I love watching the loved ones face light up with anticipation to see what is inside. Using the Silhouette SD to create gift tags, Designed wrapping paper and giving it that handmade touch would be icing on the cake for this Holiday Season.

{P.S I love your blog}
sydswaby@hotmail.com

theradtkereport said...

I would love to start with the vinyl wall art so I could get our new place looking a little more like home.

Mary Beth said...

Wow!!! This is so great! I think I would use it most right away for Christmas tags and making all of my wrapping so cute and custom.

CarrieB said...

I would use it to spiff up my homebaked holiday gifts. :)

Paul and Nancy said...

What would I not make with this machine!!! The options are endless!! I love all the vinyl wall art though!! Really hope I am one lucky reader!!

Crystal said...

Please, please, please... I NEED one, and it's not in our budget... please, please, please...

crystal.bench@gmail.com

Q Star said...

Ooooohhhh...so many cool options! I would use it to make some unique clothes for my kids and for decorating their rooms. :) Leah in Largo, FL www.qstarhandmade.blogspot.com

The Gish Family said...

Ohhh how I want this!! I have been eyeing one since I saw it on your blog in june but money is a little to tight. I would use this for everything!!! Scrapbooking, decorating, kids crafts and projects. I could go on and on!! Kelly. Jkgish1@homail.com. www.thegishfamily.blogspot.com

KC said...

oh...my mind is a racing with ideas!! All the project ideas you posted are so cute!!! I hope i win and get to try a few for myself!

Sara and Spencer said...

How in the world could you pick just one thing to use it for?!? I'd use it for everything!!! If I don't win it's on my Christmas and hubby has been told about the awesome deal on the 29th!

Saraandspencer@gmail.com

ubermom said...

as a homeschooler to 6 kids, i can only imagine the ways i'll use this!

craigandstacy said...

I want a Silhouette so badly! I would make onesies for our new little boy coming soon!

Monica said...

I would love to do some glass etching projects and some heat transfer stuff too. This machine is genius. Thank you so much for the chance to win!

monicahemsley AT yahoo DOT com

Kate said...

Oh my gosh, I would love to win this! I'd use it for holiday decorations or the heat transfers. Thanks for the great giveaway. I love you blog, it always inspires me to whip out my sewing machine and get crafty. :)

carlisle clan conversation... said...

seriously every.single.thing. these bad boys are radtastic. if i HAD to choose definitely a whole lotta vinyl going on, much to the hubby's dismay.

Megan said...

I think I would start with vinyl wall art and keep going from there.

MusicalMom said...

I want to make these really cool family tree magnet boards, but I can't make them without a cutter! I REALLY want to win. :)

My email is my username at gmail.com

Kimberly said...

I'd totally use this for apparel. I screen print already and would love to expand my craft. This is really cool.
xelakann at gmail dot com

Lauren vdH said...

I would love to make vinyl wall art and using the heat transfer for cuter t-shirts.

The Windy City Duo said...

Wow! Just love looking at all the ideas posted on their site. I just know there are a million of things I would enjoy making. Right now, I am loving making things for my kids so I would probably start by creating personalized gifts for them. I love the etched glass fish bowl!

erikamccombs (at) gmail (dot) com

Amber Montplaisir said...

I want to vinyl everything! My computer, my phone, my ipod, my car. So fun!

zoeyzoeyzoeyzo@aol.com

Amanda said...

I would use it to make a Christmas Counting Game for my 14 month old, and then use it to home school her!

amanda_glows_forever@yahoo.com

Jen said...

Ooh cool. Definitely could use that to make fun gift tags!

The McKinleys said...

oh my goodness!! i have been wanting one of these forever--i am continually amazed at the limitless possibilities of this little machine. i am in LOVE with the onesies you made for ruby...

i'm keeping my fingers crossed!

Matt and Marie said...

I want to make vinyl christmas lights to decorate indoors.

hamilton626@hotmail.com

Chrystal said...

Oh wow! I'd make clothes for my kids. I'd vinyl everything and come up with fantastic holiday cards!

Kelly said...

I would totally make some vinyl decals for my house. Hmm...the front door, bathroom, kitchen, kids room. This would be so fun to win!
moodykelly at gmail dot com

CodyG said...

I would make absolutely everything!!! I can especially see it being used over and over and over and over again for cards and vinyl decor!!!!!

thepokypuppy@gmail.com
macho-and-tough.blogspot.com

Kenley and Erin Holt said...

Oh boy this baby would be put to work at my house! Homework projects, cards, onesies, and all the many up coming Holiday gift tags,cards ect, Thats one awesome machine! Thanks!

erinkrobinson@gmail.com

Rachel said...

Oh, my goodness!! What wouldn't I use this for?!?! I think I would most love to work with vinyl, but I really love all of the features.

Jenny said...

I would use it in my homeschool and to spruce up my craft projests. I would love to embellish some of my daughter's mommy-made outfits. So many projects, so little time!! Thanks for the chance to win. =)

Jessie said...

I'd love it for making cute onesies, the glass etching capabilities, and the vinyl. So many choices!

Mary said...

i would make tags for christmas gifts!

Tess said...

Oh wow wow wow, I reaaally want to win this. I would use it for home projects, shirts, crafts, cards, ... A range of possibilities. I'm already dreaming of it.

tessvandermeulen@gmail.com

Caroline said...

I could see myself making tons of things.I really like the vinyl prints for picture frames and the label for a fish bowl. My kids would go crazy!!! What an awesome giveaway! Suberlee@gmail.com

Dagny said...

I would make birthday decorations

Arah said...

I would love to try the glass etching as well as the heat transfer. It would save a ton on christmas gifts for my large family.

Diana Smith said...

That is awesome! A great giveaway! My email is dianawinksmith@gmail.com!!

megan said...

I am making cozy flannel pajama pants for all the kiddos on my list. I have been trying to think of a way to customize a store bought t-shirt to coordinate with the pajama fabric. I would use the heat transfers to jazz up the t-shirts. But really I would use it for a million other things, that's just top of my list. Hope I win!

Jillian said...

I'd use it to make vinyl decals and prints for my walls. My new apartment needs some decorating!

jillianleeder at gmail dot com

Jeff and aimie said...

There are so many things. I would scrapbook, use it for t shirt transfers, crafts cupcake holders. Please pick me it is all I want for Christmas and there is no way Santa can grant my wish.

Jeffaimiez@gmail.com

kati b said...

It's time to vinyl up our house! I want a family tree on a hallway wall! But first, I am dying to make all of my sis-in-laws an advent calendar for Christmas. I have all of the other materials, just need the machine!!!!!!! katiherc8 at yahoo dot com

SqueekersMcgee said...

Oh I have a two year old and I'd make him everything! Vinyl decorations for his room (in our apartment, no painting), heat transfers for clothes, I've been dying to make an advent calendar with treats in a matchbox but have held off because of all the cutting. This would make things to great!!

Naomi said...

I am not even sure where I would begin! I just want to make stuff for me and my 2 little boys :)

Keri said...

I so want one!! I would definitely make finger mustache tattoos! But I think I would use it most for making heat transfer and freezer paper stenciled onesies and shirts for my nieces and nephews for Christmas!

Amy said...

A Silhouette would be super useful for unique Christmas cards and gift wrapping.

Jaclyn said...

I would use it to make some gifts for Christmas...I love the "custom apparel" projects!

Jayne said...

Oh my! I have so many uses for this lovely machine. Two that come to mind this Christmas are gift tags and Christmas cards. Thanks for the fun giveaway! (Hope I win!)

Kimiko said...

I had no idea how cool the Silhouette is & how much fun I would have with one! I think I'd start off with a cool heat transfer shirt for my husband. (I think this would make boy crafting a lot better!)
kimiko_egy AT yahoo DOT com

Julie said...

I would love to make vinyl Christmas cutout decorations and gifts for Christmas. Would be so blessed to win this.

Lyndsay said...

Oh wow I would love to win a Silhouette SD! If I did win the first gift I'd make is a glass etching project. So fun! Thanks for the chance to win.

Amber said...

I'd use the etching creme to etch some beautiful snowflakes on my glass ornaments!
ambersell {at} hotmail.com

Emily said...

I would use it to make paper ornaments! Love it!

Emily
WhipperBerry

Jennifer said...

What wouldn't I use it on! First up would be some fun Christmas shirts for my kiddo's for Christmas. Then it would be off to make some fun tags for my neighbor gifts to go with our goodies. Here's to hoping! Thanks for the chance to enter and al of your fabulous project idea's you post!

jpetersenfam(at)gmail(dot)com

Domestic Nerd said...

I would love to win the Silhouette for all the fun vinyl projects I could do!

domesticnerd[at]gmail[dot]com

Maritez said...

I would love to use it to personalize shirts for Christmas gifts.

arendje said...

I would use it for transfer for grandkids tshirts - arendjewhidden@gmail.com

Candie said...

I am so excited to cut vinyl to decorate my living room wall with a collage of photos and fun words like "Family", "Believe", "Love", etc. Hope I win!

gieseysgoberserk.blogspot.com

Jenn said...

Ever since I saw this giveaway last time, I've wanted one of these! I hope desperately to win, so I can stop begging my husband for one!

I would use it for anything and EVERYTHING, but I'd love to make some vinyl decals for Christmas, and add a little extra merriment to our home!

Robyn said...

Oh, I hope I win this! I would use the Silhouette for everything from cardmaking to vinyl projects all around the house! Crossing my fingers!

rbruun05(at)gmail(dot)com

Ola said...

I would make advent calendars and onesies for my cousin's baby girl!
Ola
hradecka@gmail.com (I have a U.S. address)

Kerr Family said...

I would use the Silhouette for tons of fun things...but my very favorite is the vinyl wall decor!

Laura said...

I would do so much!! catch up on my scrap booking, use the heat transfer for all my daughters clothes lol. awesome giveaway!!!!

Laura
Lauramj88@hotmail.com

Tasha said...

I would make all the cute t-shirt designs that I have been saving up since before my oldest daughter was born almost 2 years ago!

Lizliterarius said...

I have heat transfer ideas, but would first and foremost cut names for glass etching on the pyrex dish set I'm bringing to the family gift exchange. I've been dreading cutting out so many names and oooooooh I really want it!

Lisa said...

I DO want one!! I have an entire list of things that I want to make! First this would be some cool etching or some awesome labels for my sugar and flour :)

lisainnevada(at)gmail(dot)com

Emily said...

Oh I've wanted one of these for ages! I love the heat transfer option. I'd be making onesies and t's for my baby girl like crazy!

emilycake84@gmail.com

valerie said...

crossing my fingers!!

Karilyn said...

I have been wanting one of these for a LONG time! It would make my crafting life so much easier! I would use it to make custom onesies!

www.karilynjoy.blogspot.com

Kristen said...

I, too, would go crazy making all kinds of things - but I think I'd start with the etched glass picture frames for Christmas gifts. They add an even more personal and special touch to a family picture.
kristenmyers@hotmail.com

Stacy said...

Oh, the "trouble" that I could get into with one of these.... and by trouble, I do mean that I would be creating things with this machine ALL the time! The possibilities seem endless. :) But I think that I would start with some shirts for the kiddos.

clutter keeper at hotmail dot com

ROCKWOOD FAMILY said...

I would use it for family Christmas shirts or ties for the boys. Wouldn't that be fun?!
alex.jenn.rockwood@gmail.com

Andi Lia said...

Given so much options to use it, it's quite difficult to decide what I would use the Silhouette for...but my first project will definitely use the heat transfers for pillow cases, t-shirt, etc.
Thanks for the chance of winning it :)

lia.emilia12@yahoo.co.id

Katie K. said...

I would make custom t-shirts, bags, decor...basically anything and everything!

Donna said...

I'd most definitely use it for my son's upcoming birthday party - superhero training grounds need awesome decor!

email: donnamartin05 at yahoo

Jenny said...

For the holidays I would use it to make my boys some Christmas pajamas. jenny and sullivan and parker at comcast dot net.

Jenn said...

I would make lots of snowman shapes to make a specimen art like the pottery barn butterfly one only for Christmas. I love those things!

Sara Leavitt said...

Amazing!! As the proud mommy to 2 girly girls, I would definitely use it for custom clothes. Or scrapbooking. Or organizing my pantry. Aahhhh, the possibilities!!

Erika @ Oops! I Craft My Pants said...

I need to win this! I have never won a thing in my life.
Oh my goodness, my mind is reeling thinking of all the fun crafts I could make with one of those bad boys!

cassidy said...

I am making felt stockings this year and would probably find a way to use the Silhouette for that project! Plus November 29th is my birthday. It would be perfect. cassidydawn(at)gmail(dot)com

Ana Paula from Get Craftin {crafts and a little fashion} said...

What a wonderful giveaway!! If i won this i would make fabulous personal christmas cards! It'd be perfect!! getcraftin@live.com

Ginnifer said...

Awesome giveaway! I would use it for scrapbooking, as well as home decorating. ginnifermaloney@aol.com

Beth said...

First friend gifts, then flash cards for my twinners, then tshirts for my hubby's 30th the list goes on and on. bethgard{at}gmail.com

Jūlija said...

I would like to make wall decorations for my new house! :)

Becky said...

Oooh! I would have a blast making signs, customized ball caps, labels, anything and everything for my family's farm store! No more cutting hundreds of paper sunflowers out by hand for our preschool field trips' sunflower planting workshop :)

Brittney said...

I'm all about the vinyl...hope I win! I love this machine and have heard great things about it.

Cami said...

I would use it on so many things! Scrapbooking, vinyl, tatoos oh my!

cstruiks@hotmail.com

giorgia said...

Oh fantastic giveaway! I would like to make t-short for the boys and wall decoration for xmas.
Thank you.
Giorgia

Holly said...

There are so many things that can be done with the silhouette but my first thought would be to make uplifting, positive messages posted to mirrors, doors, etc for my son to see...One message that comes to mind is: "Stand for the right, even if you stand alone."
Kids need alot of positive messages and reminders of how special they are.....I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have one!. Thanks for the chance.....

annie said...

Oh goodness!! Where to begin??!! I'd love to do some vinyl lettering, some glass etching, some appliquing... the possibilities are endless!! :o)

Melanie said...

I would love to make all of my gift tags. I would also like to make shirts for my niece, nephew, and my kids! Thanks!!

Beth Anne McCann said...

Love this machine! I think the advent blocks are the cutest and would for sure make something along that line. The gift tags are really cute too!

arRAEnged by Lindsey said...

This machine is amazing! Every time I see you make something using it, my mouth waters with envy! I would love to have one of these! I would use it all of the time! It would perfect for all the gift making during the holiday season!

Poorvi said...

Wow! What an awesome Giveaway! I've always been curious about the Silhouette but it's been way over my budget.
I plan to make some Christmas lanterns/lamps and I think the Silhouette would be perfect for it.

suziepie said...

I would use this to create custom labels and gift tags, especially when i send gifts to my husband in Iraq. this is truly an amazing machine!

MandiMoo said...

Oh my hat! I have a million ideas I could use the Silhouette for, from appliquing on my baby's onesies, tattoo's for my 8yr old boy, vinyl wall art, glass etching - my goodness, I could go a little crazy! Ok a lot crazy!

Please please can I have it? :D

mariana said...

Well to start with, I would make some onsies for a dear friend who just had her first baby. The vinyl decorations for the walls!

Meghan said...

I want one of these so bad.

ificould said...

Oh, where do I start?? Wall art?? T-shirts? craft projects? I've wanted a Silhouette forever... thanks for the chance!
Missy

Is it just me or....? said...

I would use it to add lettering to my christmas bunting. My blog is sarahjovi.blogspot.com

Kristi (aka T!) said...

Oh my!! I didn't know this little machine could do all that. I would make onsies for my new baby girl and wall decor.
kregle@yahoo.com

Kristi

Stacy said...

This is totally on my Christmas/Birthday (Dec.22) List. I would make t-shirts for my girlfriends, use it for Sunday School projects, vinyl. I want one soooooooooooo much!!

Soprat said...

Me me me me me :)))) oh, it's amazing giveaway ! This machine is so .... I wish one !
Thanks
soprat@gmail.com

Amy said...

Is it tactless to beg? I would use it for shirts, to decorate my kids rooms, to make gifts - and to FINALLY be able to participate in so many of the crafts out there using it that I've been jealous of for so long. I want this machine. Really badly. Really.

Shutterbugexp @ aol . Com

Emily said...

I see a million uses for it! I would love to make iron-ons for my kids clothes!

Seaside Siblings said...

I would use it to make so many cool heat transfers on my kids clothes, they look amazing!

Lilolu said...

All the features are awesome but I love that it makes heat transfers and tattoos.

jackieprager at gmail dot com

ESax said...

my son's 2nd birthday in February. cupcake toppers, banners, invitations, oh my...... would LOVE to win this (fingers crossed)

erica

Summer Lewis said...

I think I'd do heat transfers the most. But for Christmas I would love to cut some pretty paper ornaments. We haven't bought any ornaments yet!

Meliss said...

I'm an organizing freakazoid, so I would start by labelling all things in my home. Then I would go to my blank, white apartment walls and give them some much needed decor and color. Then...I would get busy with holiday stuff (and thinking of others...) and would make gift tags & cute t's for all the cousins. I am an international reader.....BUT I visit the states often and have a stateside address where things are delivered....does that count?

Shasta said...

Oh wow! I'd use it to make awesome t-shirts for my son! thelovelynest at gmail dot com

rachele and jordan said...

There are so many things I would use this for! I would love to use it for party decorating and tshirts.. chele1226 at yahoo dot com.

Stéphanie said...

I would do every thing !!!!! cut vinyl for sugar and flour jars ... cut for my daughter's, niece's, etc. bristhday party... make tranfers ...
prettyyyyy pleaseeeeeeeeee !!!
thanks for sharing jill

Suzy Q said...

Oops...hit send w/o email address...trying again.

What wouldn't I do might be more like it. I would love to make some beautiful Christmas cards.

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

stephL said...

maybe mt lucky star will help ???
I would do everything I promise !!! lol
stephanievillain@hotmail.com

Stéphanie said...

forgot to put my mail !!! lol
stephanie.lagatie@orange.fr

DieselMonkey said...

I've been eyeing these machines. I would love to make etched glass glasses and frames for christmas.

hilljean said...

Hi,
I cannot even begin to tell you how awesome this would be for me to win. I would probably use this for everything from wall decals to grocery lists (ok, maybe not the grocery list). This is on my top five things I really really want but can in no way afford.

Cheers!
hillary

Kim Possible said...

I am a high school English teacher. I would use this awesome tool to make each of my students a book plate to encourage them to find one book that means something to them and use that as the cornerstone for their personal libraries that I hope they would cultivate for the rest of their lives. Ambitious, I know, but possible.

Sidnie said...

I would use it for cute little boy shirts and vinyl decor for our walls!
So fun.

susies1955 said...

This is such a cool giveaway.
I love it that you can use your own fonts and DO so many crafts with it.
Susie
susies@twcny.rr.com

Elizabeth said...

This looks like hours and hours of endless fun!

Carolyn said...

We rent and I love the idea of using vinyl to decorate for the holidays!

carolynhwilcox at gmail dot com

MikeandJen said...

I love the idea of doing heat transfers onto clothing, vinyl for decorating... oh my, the list goes on! :)

mikeandjenyoungman@yahoo.com

Brittany said...

There are lots of babies in the family right now, I'd definitely use it for fun baby projects! :-)
brittany[.]meek[@]hotmail[.]com

Anonymous said...

What couldn't I make? I think I would start with the letter T to make a superhero cape for my son!
gillian
gilliankath@hotmail.com

shawna said...

wow- an amazing machine! I would make wall calendars for the adults and vinyl monograms for the kids- thank you for the chance!

Vanssmomc said...

Let's see, cards, gifts, scrapbook goodies and the list could go on and on!! I really would love to try the heat transfers for clothing. Just think of all the cute clothing I could make for my grandkids!! Thanks for the offer!!

Mrs B said...

Snowflakes, snowflakes, snowflakes!

I'd make nothing but snowflakes until after January and I'd cover my house with them.

How fin would that be?!

Crafting is my Therapy said...

I can't tell you how many projects this would help me do! I think that FABRIC would be my first project. I would be over the moon to win this. Thanks for hosting this wonderful giveaway!

Dawn Chandler said...

I've been drooling over the Silouette since I heard about it. There are so many things I would use it for - tees, home decor, gifts. I may even start scrapbooking with paper again!

Love your site! I'm a recent follower. Blessings to you!

Kaja said...

My kids would probably appreciate the temporary tatoos the most.

Myself? Well, I have set the bar pretty high regarding Christmas greeting cards. I have a theme, which is Christmas songs. And every year I take a picture of the kids posing for a Christmas song (One year we had "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas" and the kids were playing with their umbrellas sitting in the sofa). So, last year I cut 120 little Santa's hats and glued on little pom-poms. And the year before that I cut 100 little gingerbread cookies and decorated it with a white pen to make it look like frosting.

People phone me personally to thank me for the Christmas cards they get, and now everybody is getting all excited about THIS years theme...

Hrm. I haven't even started yet, but I do think that one of these things would help me...

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