Giveaway: Silhouette Craft Cutter ($300 value!)

***GIVEAWAY CLOSED.  Teresa #347 is the lucky winner!***

Late in July I got an email from asking if I’d like to try a Silhouette Craft Cutter and give one away on my blog… the week of September 23.  My first reaction?

“Hi Missy — I’ve been away from my email.  Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.  The Silhouette sounds like an amazing product, and it would be so much fun to try one out.  But… I’m due to have my 4th baby in the “middle of September” so I don’t want to overcommit. I just don’t know if I can be crafty and have a baby all at the same time.  😉
Thanks so much for thinking of me, though!”

I bailed.

Then they emailed me again. After second-guessing myself, I replied:

“Hi Missy — I originally declined your offer because my 4th baby is due around September 15-20th, but I’m really regretting that decision. Wondering if we can work something out.  If I could get the Silhouette early, perhaps I could play around with it and make a few things before baby arrives? I don’t want to miss any deadlines… maybe I could have the giveaway post written up in my drafts before I go into labor? My readers would be SO EXCITED about this.  Let me know what you think.”

Uh-huh. Joke’s on me.  They sent the Silhouette early, and my Silhouette remains in its box.  My grand plans of making “Big Brother,” “Big Sister,” and “Baby Brother” shirts for baby’s birthday… didn’t happen.  I’ve still got grand plans, though!

The Silhouette can make custom apparel.  I’m thinking some family team shirts would be fun!  Something like this:

And Christmas gifts?  Using the vinyl decor setting, I could easily snag some cast-off tiles at a home improvement store and make these:

With a little imagination and some paper crafting, I could turn regular ol’ cupcakes into Mom of the Year cupcakes for my children’s class parties:

The scrapbooking, the glass etching, the card making… the possibilities are endless!  Just as soon as I come out of my sleep-deprived newborn survival mode, I’ll get right on that!

The Silhouette is a digital cutting tool for personal use. It connects to your computer just like a printer, but instead of printing designs it cuts them with a small blade. With the machine connected to your computer, you’ll get access to all of the fonts on your PC plus the thousands of cuttable designs found on the Silhouette Online Store.

One of YOU is going to win a FREE Silhouette, but if you don’t want to chance the giveaway, here are a couple of excellent deals you can get in on by using my code, FINER.  (After you enter the code, the discounts and freebies will show up in your basket.)


1) AWESOME PROMO (running from September 23rd through September 30th at midnight)

Buy a machine and receive the following:

  • $50 off the Silhouette Craft Cutter

  • fuzzy white vinyl (Valued at $7.99)

  • light blue smooth heat transfer (Valued at 14.99)

  • yellow flocked heat transfer (Valued at $14.99)

  • Home Décor CD (Valued at $50)

  • $10 Gift Card to the Silhouette Download Store (Comes in the box)

  • Cutting Blade (Comes in the box)

  • 2 Cutting Mats (Comes in the box)

All for $249.99
A Savings of $137.97


2) GOOD PROMO (running from October 1st through 4th at midnight)

Buy a machine and receive the following:

  • $50 off (receive for $249.99)

  • 2 rolls of Heat transfer ($29.89 value)

  • $10 Gift Card to the Silhouette Download Store(Comes in the Box)

  • Cutting Blade (Comes in the Box)

  • 2 Cutting Mats(Comes in the Box)

All for $249.99
A savings of $79.98

*** Remember to enter FINER at checkout to get your discounts!***


Aaaannnndddd, on to the GIVEAWAY! Silhouette is giving one of my readers

A Silhouette Machine!!! (a $299.99 value) Plus…

  • 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

***To enter the giveaway, simply tell me the first thing you’d make with your new Silhouette!***

If you’d like an extra entry or two (or three!), share this giveaway (with a link to this post) on twitter, facebook, or your own blog and leave a separate comment for each place you shared it.


Winner will be chosen (by and announced on Thursday, September 30.  Winner must have a United States shipping address.  My Silhouette for review and the giveaway were given to me for free from the Silhouette company.  No other compensation was given for this post.

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here.


  1. I’d love to make some vinyl projects! Hmm… labels!

  2. hmm.. hard to decide! I think vinyl decor for my walls.

  3. I think those cupcakes are awesome. They would have to be my first experiment. Although I think if I won this, I would have to give it to my mom for an early Christmas present. She is very creative, and I’m sure she would make way cooler stuff on it than me.

  4. I’d make a family name sign with vinyl. and then vinyl labels for my glass food storage. oooh then lots more stuff!!

  5. Wow, how fun would this be!!!! 🙂 Glad to see that it works with a Mac. I would so love to get back into my scrapbooking that it would be fun to make some great titles with the silhouette. But I may need to make some of those cute cupcake holders first!!! 😉

  6. Since the holidays are right around the corner, I’d make some kickin’ greeting cards and gift tags 🙂 *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  7. Tweeted the giveaway

  8. Shared the giveaway on Facebook

  9. I would love a Silhouette! I would start with quotes for my walls!

  10. I loved the cupcake wrappers, but I also loved the tiles, hard to decide…

  11. Wow, this is very cool. With Christmas coming, I’d like to use it to make somoe gifts- your ideas were great- shirts, decorative plates with the glass etching, or vinyl decorations.

  12. I would make a personalized birthday banner for my daughter’s first birthday!

  13. I live in Mexico, but my Mom is coming in November, (haven’t seen her in 2 years) so…I’d spend time making Christmas presents with her! Ooohh we’d have lots of fun!!!

  14. I would love to win this! And my first project would be a vinyl sign for my laundry room…I’ve been wanting one in there for so long!

  15. would love to try my hand at homemade Christmas gifts with this baby…maybe some cool tiles?

  16. I’m most excited about the vinyl! Thanks for the chance!

  17. Cathy Polachek says:

    Wow! This sounds like a great machine! I would be working on my daughters scrapbooks that I started a while ago (I don’t even want to say how many years ago). But I’m finally getting into the groove of doing it and this would really help. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  18. I would first make a sign for my son’s nursery. I have been wanting to put I Sam 1:27 up in there. Then I would get started on Christmas gifts…unlimited opportunities!!

  19. I think I would make family tee shirts. This machine sounds like a lot of fun.

  20. I would love to use it to decorate with vinyl….

  21. I’d probably start with some vinyl decals for my walls but quickly move on to many other projects.

  22. I’d love to use it to scrapbook about my new granddaughter.

  23. Shared on Facebook.

  24. Tweeted about this wonderful opportunity.

  25. I would love to decorate some homemade journals with a Silhouette!

  26. I would start with a vinyl wall decal that I’ve been wanting to do for our schoolroom. What an awesome giveaway, this would be so great to have in our home! Thanks for the chance.

  27. I would LOVE to make some vinyl wall sayings for my entry way and actually for all over my house!

  28. I would make a Scripture verse for our family room wall.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  29. Would love to have fun with this! I think a sweet 16 birthday shirt for my girl would be in order!

  30. definately some cute outfits for my first granddaughter, she is a month old now and need some more clothes that show her how much grandma adores her! 🙂

  31. My daughter is having a yard sale as a fundraiser for her National Honor Society trip and something tells me this machine could help us make some really cool signs announcing the yard sale!!

  32. I would make the cupcake covers – or whatever the actual name is. LOL!

  33. Marali Duque says:

    I would recover all my house with vinyl text and decoratiions: walls, storage. I’ll begin with the children’s room.

  34. I would love to make some vinyl signs for my kid’s room.

  35. I would start right away using it to prepare Christmas gifts for our family! Tnank you for this opportunity!

  36. I would do some vinyl for the walls in the bathroom that I’m re-doing.

  37. I have so many ideas for ways that I could use this, but my first project would have to be glass etching. I’d like to make a spice rack with matching jars and put the name of the spice on the glass. This would be perfect. PLEASE PICK ME!!! 🙂

  38. Monogrammed onesies for my daughter 🙂

  39. The first thing I would make are some wonderful Christmas crafts! Homemade gifts are the best gifts and this would really come in handy this holiday season…not to mention, the 30th is my birthday so that would be a wonderful (free!) gift to myself 🙂

  40. I would start with stencils for Halloweent shirts and follow that up with some cup cake wrappers

  41. This is something I would love to have but would never feel I could justify. I love the vinyl things, but I sew and cook, so it would probably be a toss up between the cupcake wrappers or something similar or something for clothes. I love that O Holy Night example you included! What a wonderful Christmas gift that would be!

  42. First thing??? Hmmmmm…..I want a monogram for the glass door, welcome on the front door, something for the in-the-midst-of-remodeling bathroom, ghosts for the front windows, chandy for daughter’s room, Ts for the kids, etc, etc, etc. First thing likely would be the monogram as it would be easy to learn on.

  43. I would love this. The first thing would be to make vinyl letters for a project on canvas!

  44. I love this! I’ve been dreaming about getting some cutouts for my wall. This is perfect. And gift ideas! Wowzers!

  45. Wow! the possibilities with that thing! What would I make first? Maybe something on clothes for my girls.

  46. aside from the fact that I can’t stop thinking about those cupcake liners – the first thing I’d make would probably be actual silhouettes – been wanting to do those of the kids for my in laws 🙂

  47. I would make some new cool tshirts for my homeschool!

  48. I’d make stencils for the walls- I love whimsical little pictures on walls, but I’m not very good at drawing/painting!

  49. The first thing I would make is our Advent Calendar for this year – it’s a project that I’ve been wanting to make for a LONG time and I’ve wanted a cutting machine… The Silhouette would be above and beyond my wishes!!

  50. I need to get started on my Christmas cards.

  51. I think the first thing I would make would be shirts for my kids. An owl shirt for my daughter (she was named after my great-grandmother who collected owls). Some Mario design for my oldest son, robot for my second boy, and dragon/dinosaur for my third boy. 🙂

  52. Whoa!! What an awesome giveaway! I would make wall cutouts because we’re moving soon and I will need to re-decorate my kids’ rooms!

  53. I would love to make some shirts for Christmas Gifts or even the tile decor you showed! That looks really neat and I would love to personalize those for family and friends for great Christmas gifts! I often opt for only homemade gifts so this would come in handy for that. Thanks for the giveaway!

  54. shared on my Facebook.

  55. Denise Frederick says:

    Oh…the family team t-shirts is an AWESOME idea! I’d make them as Christmas gifts for the family!

  56. I have been lusting over the Silhouette for months now! 🙂 If I won, I would make some vinyl words/letters to decorate the house.

  57. Would love to make some tshirts and then some personal Christmas cards.

  58. Yep sign me up for some vinyl projects too!! 🙂 This machine is awesome!!!

  59. I facebooked about the giveaway.

  60. Winning a Silhouette would be awesome. Hummm, the first thing I would make would probably be a scrapbook page or two, or maybe a card, since I’m addicted to papercrafting.

  61. Oh goodness! I wouldnt even know where to begin! Maybe the first thing I’d do is write out a favorite verse in vinyl to put in my living room. I can think of lots of projects i can do with it and would love the chance to experiment and play!

  62. I shared this on facebook.

  63. The very first thing I would make are vinyl wall decorations. I’ve always wanted to to decorate my nephews’ bedroom but picture frames don’t exactly do well in a room full of rough & tumble boys.

  64. What a fun looking product. My teenage girls & I would go nuts with the Silhouette. I am especially excited about doing vinyl decor.

  65. I’m dying to get one of these! The first thing I would make would either be something vinyl or a t-shirt.

  66. Wow, this would definitely make my current scrapbooking project fly by! Definitely would use it to help me document our family vacation to Alaska.

  67. Veronica R. says:

    My imagination is already running wild!! First project… finally doing something with my bedroom, 2 years after moving in to our house! geesh.

  68. I would make a big brother t-shirt for my 3 year old as we are expecting our second baby in a couple months. That would be so awesome!!

  69. I would make Team football shirts for football season get togethers!

  70. Shared via Facebook!

  71. Shared via Twitter!

  72. Amanda Adams says:

    I would love to make some funny saying onsies and little brother/ big sister shirts. Had all intentions of doing these as iron ons (even scrapped the print outs already) until my little one decided he wanted me on bedrest at 32 weeks and arrived at 34 wks (9/11/10).

  73. I have been wanting one of these FOREVER. The first think I would do would use it for homeschooling. So many things I could create with it!!! Then I would move onto Christmas presents/cards and tags!!! Oh yea my sons 5th birthday is coming up so I am SURE I could find something to use it for that 🙂

  74. I posted the giveaway on FB 🙂

  75. I would make all my Christmas gifts!!! This would be wonderful!

  76. Oh, I would love to make some vinyl quotes for the wall- I’ve been meaning to order some for awhile now, but making my own would be much cooler!

  77. I would make some vinyl designs for tiles and my wall.

  78. I am not very craft but I would love to try making the vinyl project on the tiles-great idea!

  79. Something with the vinyl decor setting – my house needs some decorations! And Christmas is coming up!!!

  80. I would love to make some vinyl wall sayings for my house!

  81. Christmas presents!!! 🙂

  82. I have been intrigued with the vinyl projects you can make with the Silhouette.

  83. Baking season is around the corner… first thing, the cute cupcake holders and other containers for our goodies…. orrr, my teenagers would take control, and I wouldn’t ever get to touch it!!!

  84. Christmas ornaments! How cute would that be?

  85. I don’t know what I would make because I am new to scrapbooking, but those cupcake wraps are really cute!!!

  86. I think it would be fun to make cards and do projects using vinyl.

  87. Oh I would love to make some shirts for my boys! Maybe even family shirts for a christmas card. Then Christmas presents for all!

  88. I could start my son’s scrapbook — stickers are expensive!

  89. I want one of these SOOOOOO bad! I would make vinyl wall art first, then christmas cards and gifts. My family loves handmade gifts and this would be great for me to do so!

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  90. I would make some cards for Christmas or maybe a sign for my boys bedroom! 🙂

  91. I would make big sister t-shirts, and christmas gifts, oh the christmas gifts. I need one!!!!!

  92. I’m a scrapbooker and I LOVE the creative titles the Silhouette makes. That would be the first thing I would make. I have just the page in mind and a Silhouette title would be perfect!

  93. I REALLY want to make some vinyl letters to stick in picture frames to spell out “Family”

  94. AHH!! I’m so jealous!! First thing I would make is a paper craft – cupcake liners!!

  95. I’ve been waiting to finish the family chore chart…I would start on that!

  96. And just tweeted:)

  97. Oh wow! I would definitely do some scripture on the walls.

  98. Shared on twitter!

  99. Shared on Facebook!

  100. I would make some adorable tile coasters! Or maybe some cute wall art for my boys! 🙂

  101. Tweeted about giveaway! 🙂

  102. I would love to try some projects with vinyl!

  103. i would have so much fun with this! i’d start out by doing iron on shirts, for my new baby girl & her big sister!

  104. Krista Bean says:

    Oh, my!!! Now that my Mac and I would be able to hook up with a Silhouette…..woooowwweee! First up: etched glass monograms for my glass vases and apothecary jars! Yippee! : )

  105. Krista Bean says:

    I just shared this FABulous news on FB! : )

  106. Vinyl decor for the bathroom and laundry room.

  107. This would be so much fun! First, something vinyl for over my son’s crib, “I love my big/little brother” and “My brother is my hero” t-shirts, and then I think some of those tiles would be great for gifts!

  108. The cute cupcake wrappers. My daughter is pregnant and we ae having a very girly tea party baby shower.

  109. Lots of things, but the shirt set up would be a blast!!

  110. this looks neat! I think i’d use it to decorate shirts to match handmade pajama pants for my kids for christmas.

  111. The first thing I would do its iron ons for the kids! They would love for me to make them some cute decorated shirts:)

    Thanks for the awesome chance to win!

  112. I would attempt to make something for my beautiful wife.

  113. I would make a bunch of birthday, wedding, and new baby cards!!

  114. I’d love to make a tshirt for my brand new baby nephew who was born earlier this week. He lives a thousand miles away but in my thoughts all the time! I would send him a personalized shirt from his 2 little cousins, my 4 and 2 year old.
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  115. Awesome machine. I would try something vinyl.

  116. So excited! i was thinking a welcome vinyl for my door…or a birthday pennant banner….or i love that cute pic of the tshirt (w/#’s on back)! too many choices, so much fun to be had! Pick me RANDOM.ORG,pick me!!!

  117. Oh how exciting!! I think I would make “Daddy’s fishing buddy” shirts for my girls first!!

  118. Wow, I would love to win one of these!! The first thing I’d make is probably some vinyl wall art for a photo wall. 🙂

  119. I would love to make some vinyl wall decor and labels for my house (heaven knows I need more organization!)

  120. I posted about this giveaway on facebook!

  121. I would make some vinyl decorations for my daughter’s room. We are redecorating her room because I guess her 3 year old decorations don’t work for a 7 year old!

  122. I would LOVE, LOVE to win this! I have been wanting to make some decorations and sayings for years but haven’t been able to afford “Uppercase Living” goodies. The first thing I would make would be a small design or wording to place over a canvas of my two children running in a field. The canvas is beautiful but really needs something to finish off the space!

  123. Lisa Poirier says:

    I would definately make some wall cut outs. I have committal issues with putting things on my walls. By making vinyl things I can slap them on and off with my ever changing moods!

  124. hard to choose. Loved the cupcake holders – I think that would be my first project then some Christmas presents. This is so great. Thanks for re-considering.

  125. I would love to win one!
    I would be cranking out the vinyl projects!

  126. I would make holiday decorations with the kids.

  127. I make labels for everything in my life…papers, bills, books, kitchen cabinets, my classroom…everything!

  128. I think I would make the lettering for some “I’m the big sister” T-Shirts for my 3 nieces that are getting a baby brother around Thanksgiving . . . and vinyl writing for the wall, and cards, and . . . oh so much more! Super great giveaway! Thank you!

  129. T-shirts, for sure!

  130. Megan Presley says:

    I’d love to make those “Big Brother”, “Bigger Sister”, “Big Sister” AND “New Baby” shirts (we don’t know what we’re having in January!). i’d be such a neat thing to have! Thanks for the chance!

  131. I would LOVE to make some decorative things for the upcoming holidays to add to my already out of control stash! Thanks for the offer!

  132. Tina Cannon says:

    I really want to try the vinyl. I have seen so many cute projects.

  133. Oh my gosh – how absolutely neat! I think I might start on Christmas things!! Cards, doo dads…who knows!!!!

  134. Sue Klingseis says:

    I’d make a decal that says “Grandma Rules.” I saw it on a car and thought it was great.

  135. I posted about it on my Facebook page!!! Whoohoo!!

  136. I have been dying to make some custom faith based and political bumper stickers. It seems like this machine would be just what I need! It would also come in handy in my art classroom and Sunday School classes! Thanks for the chance to win!

  137. Rebecca Morris says:

    I love the tiles, they would make great Christmas gifts!\

  138. I could think of a whole lot of thing I could use this for. Gift tags, phrase wall hangings, etc. This would be so cool It would really put me in the crafty mood. Thank you for the chance to win.

  139. I’d love to try the tile idea…..probably lots of cards too!!

  140. I think that I’d go crazy labeling everything!

  141. AllieZirkle says:

    I’m all about making some decorations for my walls!

  142. I would love this! I would do the cupcakes for my grandchildren and make up a new bulletin board for my Sunday School class 🙂

  143. AllieZirkle says:

    sharing is caring… on FB

  144. I would make vinyl designs for all over my house!!!

  145. I would love to make some vinyl wall decor for my bare walls in the living room! We’ve lived here over 2 years and I hardly have anything on the walls! I also want to make some fun Christmas gifts for family members!

  146. I would probably start with some vinyl projects as we recently moved and need to decorate. What a neat craft!

  147. Shared on fb

  148. I would consult with Myra for some good, creative idea… and roll with that. 😉

  149. First thing – Christmas decorations!

  150. Looks like there is so much you can do, I would make t-shirts with my husbands business logo on them. THanks for the giveaway.

  151. Probably some sort of vinyl project. I’m fascinated with the stuff!

  152. I’d probably make some Christmas presents with it. I love that tile.

  153. Shared via facebook. Thanks!

  154. I would make christmas cards and Presents!!!!!

  155. I Tweeted

  156. I would love to make T-Shirts for my daughter!

  157. Brenda Fuentes says:

    I would love to make family t-shirts for my parent’s 40th wedding anniversary party next year.

  158. I would make wall decor for the nursery I just found out that I’m going to need =)

  159. Gosh, what WOULDN’T I make may be an easier question!! My high school sons are always seeming to paint their bodies up for various soccer games, football games, etc. My first project would probably be to make them t-shirts to wear instead. Would likely be cheaper than all that body paint, not to mention easier on my tub drains!

  160. I would make tshirts for my kiddos!

  161. I would glass etch some gifts for Christmas! Super excited for this giveaway!!!

  162. Shared on FB.

  163. the first thing I would try is the cupcake papers. I’ve just started baking different kinds in hopes of having a small side job. The cute papers would def give me an edge.
    Or, I would finish up my sons’ 2 year scrapbook. I’ve got 18 days to get it finished!

  164. I I like the tile idea, but I would make coasters for gifts!

  165. Cupcakes! They’re so cute. . . .

  166. First of many projects…..cupcake wrappers for my daughters birthday!

  167. I’d make some vinyl decor for my kids’ rooms.

  168. Oh, so hard to decide…creating stencils for glass etching sounds cooool! Maybe some monogrammed glass candle holders for Christmas gifts…

  169. My daughter’s 4th birthday is coming up–love to make some custom decorations for her big day!

  170. The first thing I would make would be decor for the millions of thank you cards I need to make, ok not millions but it feels that way :D.

  171. Oh My Gosh!!! I really need some luck in life right now! I would do so much with this machine!! Crafts Galore…the possibilites are rolling around in my head..LOL…I guess If I had to pick one right now….I’d just have so much fun with the Vinyl!!

  172. I just found out that I am expecting our 6th child. I want to create a special annoucement to share with our friends and family and this would be the perfect tool to help me do that.

  173. Sarah Osborn says:

    Hard to decide what to do first! It all looks like fun. It would be great for school projects and crafting with my kids.

  174. My friend and I were just discussing the advantages of the Silhouette! The first thing I’d make would be a vinyl “welcome” sign for my front door. We just purchased our first house and I’m sl0wly working to make it our home…!

  175. I would love to make some shirts for my children’s sports teams.

  176. I would use vinyl to make inspirational sayings to put on our hallways at school. It’s a Christian school, so I think a Bible verse would be first!

  177. Sarah Maynard says:

    I love making cupcakes and those adorable cupcake wraps would make the perfect finishing touch!

  178. I would make some wall vinyl words first, but oh my! I love the family team shirts. I need to make those too!

  179. cute t-shirts for my little one or quotes for my walls!

  180. I would love to make the vinyl decorations!

  181. i would use it to make the wall arts and the tiles 🙂

  182. Kim Lambert says:

    Oh wow, would I love to win this! The first thing I would make would be shirts for my 4 kids to cheer on their Daddy’s football team. Thanks for the chance at this great give-away!

  183. wow, would love to make birthday cards and templates for glass etching on my kitchen jars! 🙂

  184. How luck were you to get a neat Silhouette? 🙂 I’d love to win one!! The first thing I would try would be to cut something in vinyl for the wall in my family room. 🙂

  185. I would make wall decor!!!

  186. Coralee Bernard says:

    I think I’d make “big brother” t-shirts for my boys (to announce #3’s arrival) – which isn’t yet, but we are hoping soon!

  187. I would make some vinyl sayings for my house as my first project. It is such an awesome machine!

  188. I would make cusom t’s using the heat transfer!!

  189. I would make favors/decorations for my daughter’s 5th b-day next month.

  190. Courtney B. says:

    This sounds amazing! I would love to make some vinyl writing for my walls!

  191. I would love to make the tiles. I have some ideas for how I would use them for various holidays.

  192. Something for my daughter’s walls. I’m finally going to re-paint her room (she’s been asking for months), after her new baby sister is born in 2 months.

  193. I would definitely start with some vinyl wall decor!

  194. I would love to make vinyl wall decor!

  195. Oh how fun that would be! A friend of mine has one of those Cricket cutters, and it just looks like a ball of fun. I’d finally be able to get started on the boys’ scrapbooks. I’ve been collecting my favorite photos and miscellaneous memory items, but I haven’t started the books yet.

  196. I think my desire for a Silhouette has turned from a want to a need. Do you think I could convince my husband? (Well, if it were free, he’d be totally happy to have it in our home…) 🙂 I think I need to do heat transfers first – my wardrobe would look much nicer than it does currently with just a bunch of plain Ts.

  197. I would make something for my walls. Or start in on Xmas and make stuff for family and friends!!!

  198. I want one of these so bad I am drooling. What would I make first? Probably a hybrid box, because it’s easy, but it would get no rest!!

  199. Susan Benivegna says:

    I have wanted a Silhouette for quite a while. I would like to try everything, although my top three are: make table decorations for my son who is getting married next year, make a banner for my grandchild who is to be born in April, and try glass etching! I would love it ALL!

  200. I would make t-shirts for my kids and the other family that we hang out with that has four kids as well. Eight kids between the two families is a lot to keep track of on a playground. We have talked about making shirts alike for all of them so that’s what I would do first.

  201. I’d make cutouts for my son’s room! It would be great…and he’d love it.

    What a cool giveaway…thanks for reconsidering it 🙂


  202. Vinyl cutouts for my new baby boy’s room! And maybe a few for the big sisters as well 🙂

  203. I think I’d try the etched glass! Love this!

  204. I’d make a giant vinyl ‘B’ (for our last name) to hang on our entry way wall.

  205. I would make the cute tiles as shown for some Christmas presents as well as vinyl names for our daughters rooms and some other vinyl sayings as gifts for family and friends!

  206. No wall would be safe from the vinyl letters! How very fun!!! Thanks for the giveaway.

  207. I would definitely make this year’s Christmas cards. What an awesome product!

  208. I would totally use this little machine for VINYL! I’ve been drooling over it for sometime and Christmas just seems sooooo far away! I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed!

  209. I posted a link on FB!

  210. Erica Salazar says:

    I would start making some Christmas gifts and crafts if I won, which I would love to win!!!!!!!!!

  211. I would love to start off with some vinyl projects for my walls & then get some things done in my scrapbooks.

  212. I would love to make some t-shirts and tattoos for my boys!

  213. I would love to etch some glass vases.

  214. I think I would make tile wallhangings with a few of my favorite Bible verses…

  215. I would make cupcake liner covers for my daughter’s Halloween party at school!

  216. I would LOVE to win! I design papercraft templates, so I would use this for my business! Perfect!

  217. It looks so cool! I’d definitely do vinyl cutting first – I need some quotes for my walls!

  218. I would use it for headings in my scrapbook.

  219. I would make Christmas presents for sure!

  220. Halloween decorations would be fun to make with the Silhouette! Possibilities are unlimited and fun, too.

  221. Pick me! Pick me! I’d make favor tags and banners! Such fun!

  222. What an amazing machine! I would finish off my boys’ baby books first, then try out the glass etching. How fun!

  223. There are so many cute things to make, but I think the first would be a couple of custom t shirts for my daughter.

  224. I’d probably make some sort of Christmas presents with it. yay! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  225. Jennifer ARmstrong says:

    I would make cute scrapbook pages for my family scrapbook!

  226. Jennifer ARmstrong says:

    I shared the link on FB

  227. My little man is turning 1 on October 12th! I am so excited. We are also having family pictures done soon after that and I would love to make the team shirts for our family for that!

    I would also love to create some fun crafty items for Thanksgiving and Christmas! It would be so awesome to win this.

    Thanks so much for the chance Amy!

    Momma to 3
    *Shay B*

  228. vinyl letters

  229. What an amazing giveaway! I would love to try making my daughter a shirt.

  230. Kim Kragenbrink says:

    I’d have to try out some of those Mom-of-the-Year cupcake holders! As a second option, we are going to be a homeschooling family next year and I could see many school room decorations and art projects produced by a professional!

  231. I would make Christmas cards!

  232. Oh my goodness, where to start…this looks so amazing. First would be T-shirts for my daughter, then cupcake wrappers….and on and on and on. Thanks!

  233. I would do some paper crafting (which I never heard of before) and make some awesome Christmas presents!

  234. How Fun! Can it make quotes for your walls? I would LOVE to do that!

  235. Just shared this link on facebook!

  236. Nancy Thyfault says:

    Cupcakes for sure, and then holiday decorations. Thanks, and I so hope I will win.

  237. this would make creating special baby quilts, clothing, etc an easy task!!!

  238. I would make some vinyl decor for my walls…

  239. I’d love to make some cute shirts or wall art! Such a cool machine!

  240. I’d make labels 🙂

  241. I would love to make some vinyl phrases to put on the walls in my home!

  242. Keri Schreiner says:

    I would make some words for my wall, my first thought would be to do something for my bedroom walls.

  243. I would make a First Birthday onesie with a cupcake on it for my little girl!

  244. I would do some cut-out things for my bathroom. I’m redoing and have some decor items!

  245. I love a good party and there are so many things I could use this for to help with the decor: cupcake liners, banners, personalized tableware and favors. So many ideas!

  246. The first thing I’d use the machine for is to make scrapbooking pages for my first baby AND the one I’m pregnant with as I write this.

  247. satha vorwaller says:

    I would love to make some vinyl decor.

  248. I would make Christmas presents! This looks so cool.

  249. I’d make some of those awesome cupcake wrappers. You are right, they take “nice” cupcakes and make them extraordinary! Thanks for the chance to win.

  250. The first thing I’d do with my silhouette: KISS IT! Brand spankin’ new, right out o’ the box – ok, maybe I’d even kiss the BOX!

    Then, I’d scrapbook and make homeschool materials and make t-shirts and make things for the house!

    Oh, it would be wonderful – most certainly a FINER THING!

  251. I would make a beautiful cut out for a Thank You card for the nice lady doing the give away. : ) Then I would make paper cut outs for my scrapbook stuff.

  252. This looks like fun!

  253. Cutouts for scout activities and celebrations came to mind first~ So cool.

  254. Definitely family shirts for our reunion in November!

  255. I would love to use it for vinyl decor!

  256. I would make a sign for our homeschool room…already tried using computer printout, but it just isn’t going to cut it (hahaha) for the length of my board. Thanks for the chance and congrats on the baby.

  257. Rebecca Miller says:

    The 5 plus vinyl quotes I’d like to put on my walls but am to cheap to buy!

  258. Definitely homemade Christmas gifts… I’m thinking t-shirts would be up there. I’d have to share with my crafty MIL, though, and who knows what she’d come up with! Thanks for the chance, Amy, and I got a good tee-hee over the timing of all this. :>)

  259. Tweeted

  260. Facebooked

  261. Oh I’d make cards and shirts and and and…I LOVE cutting! ME ME ME! PLEEEZE…..!

  262. I would make some wall art with scripture. This look soo cool

  263. This looks like fun. I would make my husband a t-shirt saying.

  264. I would totally get caught up on my scrapbook pages–they are way behind! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  265. it’s hard to decide on one idea. I’d use it for scrapbooking or for matching t-shirts for the whole family or for labeling things in my preschool classroom. Can you imagine how much fun you could have with that?

  266. I’d scrapbook my kids baby books that I’ve been meaning to get to:)

  267. Definitely make vinyl Christmas presents, maybe on tile like the cut-out. What a neat giveaway!

  268. WOW! What a cool giveaway!
    First thing I would make with one of these puppies is those awesome cupcake wrappers! I’m a cake decorator and I have a little girl who is turning 6 next month… ’nuff said!

  269. I would use the heat transfers to make t-shirts for my son’s new Eagle Scout Frat. They have no money and want t-shirts like the other frats. Thanks for hosting.

  270. Oh, I really want to win this one! I’d make Christmas cards right away & then do a ton of scrapbooking!!!

  271. Shelly De Leeuw says:

    First thing I would make are etched glass picture frames! One for everyone I love! This thing is great! I love it and need one!

  272. Oh my–whatever my mom wants! This has her name written all over it. I’m sure something for scrapbooking.

  273. Jessi Foell says:

    I would love vinyl for my walls! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

  274. I would make letters so that I could put Scripture throughout our house.

  275. I have been drooling over this machine for a while now. I want one so bad! I want to use it for creating titles for my scrapbook layouts but I love the etched glass idea too! So many possibilities!

  276. I would love to win this! I love to do crafty things and scrapbook, so I would use it for all kinds of things. The first thing I would make with it would probably be some type of Christmas gifts, or a specialized shirt for my daughter. She’s always wanting a shirt that says something unique that I would never find in a millions years, like “I Don’t Like Baked Beans” or something else really random!

  277. I would love to make personalized onesies for all my friends having babies!

  278. I would love to try vinyl, I really would. That is the first of many things I would do. Thanks!

  279. I would make some vinyl cutouts for my back door window for some needed privacy from my neighbors. Thank you for the great giveaway.

  280. I’d start etching my name on the bottom of my glass baking dishes!

  281. I shared this on twitter.

  282. So much fun!!! I have sooooo many things I would love to do! Probably the first thing would be to start my Christmas gifts. I have seen a ton of great hand crafted gifts that I want to recreate 🙂

  283. I would love to be able to make my own vinyl decor-so many walls, so many choices!

  284. I would get the creative juices flowing (oh what fun !) and make wall art for my soon-to-be born grandson.
    thank you,

  285. Shared the giveaway on Facebook…

  286. Oh my Goodness! What first?? T-shirts, vinyl art, cupcake liners? I would love love love love to try this out! Thanks for the chanc!

  287. I’d love to make vinyl decals!

  288. the first thing I would make is something fun for halloween:)

  289. I’d make baby onesies!!!

  290. I’d make some temporary tattoos for football season, then try something with vinyl. I’ve been dying to work with vinyl and I just love the Silhouette! Awesome giveaway!

  291. Matching onesies for my twins!

  292. I would love to make some vinyl projects for Christmas presents!

  293. I would make shirts for my kids! I had good intentions of making a big brother shirt for my son….yet 3 months later I have yet to start that task! 🙁

  294. I would love to make some custom onsies an t~shirts for my 7 month old!

  295. This is so cool. Thanks!! I would use it for appliques on my quilts! OR Maybe use it for my scrapbooks…oh the possibilities.

  296. Jenn Harrist says:

    I would start with vinyl and glass etching. My son’s room is screaming to be decorated and I would no longer have any excuses! 😉
    Thanks for hosting this

  297. I think I would start with vinyl lettering for containers or walls, then t-shirts, and then everything else it can do!!

  298. Hmmm. I think the first thing I would make would be some vinyl lettering for my son’s nursery, and then a whole bunch of gifts for others! It would be so fun.

  299. Would love to make some homemade cards. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  300. OH MY!!!! The projects i could do with this machine, I don’t know where I would start. I have been thinking about it for 30 seconds and 10 project come to mind. I think first I would do the glass etching and organize my pantry. All the christmas gifts, personal birthday cards, the list is endless. I would love to win one of these and I will definately share with my friends……

  301. Invites, vinyl for the house, scrapbooking goodies, the ideas are endless. I need this!

  302. Oh wow, scrapbooking & card making are my passion! I would have to try that out first!

  303. Oh, tough call: I would definitely put it to great use making lovely vinyl word art for our walls, followed closely by those adorable cupcake holders!!!!

  304. I would love to do some Vinyl lettering! But with Christmas coming – so many other things to be made!!!

  305. I would definitely use this for scrapbooking!

  306. Rachel Carter says:

    I want to replace the glass in my front door and do a custom etching w/my name and address on it.

  307. Squeeee!!! I would start off with some vinyl letters for my home!

  308. I’d love to try the cupcake wrappers!

  309. Jane T in NW Louisiana says:

    The first thing I would is etch my casserole dishes I take with me to other people’s houses

  310. I would use their heat transfer stuff to make shirts for my bff and I to wear while training for the Breast Cancer 3 Day.

  311. I would totally make t-shirts, wall art, and label for everything!! I love all that the Silhouette can do! So exciting!

  312. i think i would go on a card making spree 🙂 just in time for the holidays!

  313. I’d love to use it with heat transfer vinyl to make cools shirts and such 🙂

  314. I would love to do some tattoos! what a cool idea!

  315. The first thing I would make would be decals for my children’s doors. I’m not sure yet whether I would do monograms or names, maybe both and see which I like best. I hope I win…

  316. I would start with some cute vinyl pictures and words for my daughters’ room.

  317. I love that gray and yellow bag, so I think the first thing I would make would be some heat transfers. Thanks for the giveaway!

  318. I would absolutely have so much fun with one of these machines. I could see myself making some custom shirts for my kids and some wall decor. How fun! What an awesome giveaway. Thanks!

  319. Vinyl wall decals — that would be my first project! Awesome giveaway!

  320. Alyson Tunnell says:

    I’d make everything that my cricut can’t!!!

  321. The first thing I would do is start making some Christmas gifts with the vinyl.

  322. Shared on facebook. Entry #2 please…

  323. Wholey Moley!! I’d use that baby to make decorations for my cupcakes!!

  324. Not a single cupcake would leave my kitchen without a cute cupcake wrapper 😀

  325. Vinyl and school projects

  326. I would make personalized vinyl damask cutouts for my twin girls’ nursery! 🙂

  327. I would love to use it for paper crafts and making cards . Thanks for the chance.

  328. I would make some vinyl lettering…and I would choose from all those fonts that I have on my MAC, yes finally something for us MAC users. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!

  329. Brooke - in Oregon says:

    Congrats on baby #4 🙂
    Oh I would so love to be able to make cool wall art with one of these!
    Thanks for the chance 🙂

  330. My plan is to start simple- a scrapbook of my baby girl’s first year!

  331. oohh pick me! I would LOVE to make vinyl for my boys room. I would love to make anything and everything. Times are really tough in our household and this would be AMAZING to win!

  332. Tweeted!

  333. I would go straight for the heat set vinyl and make matching t-shirts for the family!!!! *Hugs*

  334. I shared on FB
    Dana J Valle

  335. ohhh, I just need to win this! I want to do vinyl first, but then use it for stenciling, and glass etching and heat transfer!
    thanks so much for a chance to win!

  336. I’d make the cupcake wrappers. SO cute.

  337. I’m in love with this machine! Would love to try out the heat transfers and glass etching! 🙂

  338. Some Halloween decor with vinyl!!

  339. Teresa Novak says:

    I would make vinyl wall lettering and decor for every room in my house–and for gifts

  340. Thanks! I just signed up for you post – cute stuff!
    Hmmm, I think the first thing I would do with a Silhouette is try their sketch/design feature – I would love to use some of my illustrations, then cute cute additions to create 3d cards. Sooo much better than those cartridge machines – I finally get to use my own designs – yay! Thanks for the opportunity!

  341. I have wanted to decorate a couple of my rooms with vinyl lettering…if I won it the first thing I would create would be for my teenage daughter’s room!!! Then I would move onto heat transfers for clothing, then Christmas cards and gifts…oh man!! I could do so much with this!!

  342. If I won, the first thing I would make are cute heat transfer tshirts for my girls. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  343. Oh I would so love this! I would first make vinyl quotes for MY(not the landlords) walls. We are moving into our very first home in a week and I can’t wait to decorate how I want to! This would be so nice to have to personalize my home.
    Thanks for the chance!

  344. I would love to make some etched glass dishes for Christmas gifts.

  345. The first thing I would make are some wall vinyl’s to spice up my boring apartment walls.

  346. I love the glass etching ideas, how cool for Christmas.

  347. I would make vinyl holiday signs!! So much to do!!!

  348. Stephanie D says:

    Oh wow! The vinyl on tiles for holiday decor would be so neat. There are so many fun activities to try. Thanks for the opportunity!

  349. I would like to do some glass etching for my first project!! I could REALLY use this machine!!

  350. I would make tee-shirt transfers! I have tons of artwork that would be perfect for tees.

  351. Shared the link on Facebook.

  352. And a link on my blog! Thank you!

  353. The first thing I would make would be a fun party favor, cupcake or cake topper for my Grandma’s 90th birthday party. I’ve purchased a few things for the celebration from others (who’ve probably used this machine to design what I’v purchased.) Now I want a turn to try. And I can’t think of a better person to try to design something for the first time than my Grandma!

  354. i would make a vinyl wall decal for my sons room first!

  355. Vinyl for kitchen wall decor that I’ve had in the back of my head FOREVER! Apparel design for my daughter T-shirts and scrapbooking for my son’s baseball team. That’s just for starters!

  356. posted on my blog –

  357. I would start with Vinyl but the possibilities are endless!!

  358. Thanks for the effort to make this giveaway happen! =)
    I’d use it to make vinyl letters and images to decorate my new place! =)

  359. Tiffany Wilson says:

    I would use this wonderful machine to cut birthday announcements for my kids instead of cutting them by hand which takes hours. I just recently cut 30 trains and freight cars and 120 wheels all by hand! I’m crazy and in need of this machine.

  360. maybe use it for glass etching some wine glasses or jars!

  361. Definitely something for Christmas (vinyl, glass etching, paper crafting) … probably all three. 🙂

  362. I would be making cute christmas gifts for my daughter and her lil buds!

    breejeep at

  363. I think I would make custom t-shirts first off! It’d be really hard to decide, though, because there’s such a vast array of things to make!!

  364. Posted on Facebook. 🙂

  365. I’d make our family motto in vinyl!!

  366. I want to try vinyl soooo bad!

  367. I would make wall art! : )

  368. tshirts and onsies for my children :o) I’d love this thing!!!

  369. Michelle Nichols says:

    I love love love the cupcake wrappers! I love this giveaway!

  370. Wow. Everyone wants a Silhoutte. I’m just giddy about possibly winning one. I have some lovely heat transfer projects in my mind!

  371. Nancy Cornwell says:

    I would make some cute shirts for my little girl!

  372. It’s all about the Vinyl baby, haha… SO many projects I would love to do and make for others, and so many include the vinyl. But what’s not to love about this machine!?

  373. The first thing I’d make would be matching t-shirts for my daughter and my niece. Too cute! Thank you for the chance.

  374. i’m soooo loving the big bro, big sis, etc shirt you’d do for your little ones! i think i’ll have to do that WHEN I WIN one for myself! would that be a fun litttle picture to send to my parents and in laws with the kids in shirts hinting that i’m preggers with #4. cause they dont know it yet! ha!!

  375. Katie Kloberdanz says:

    I think I would mostly use all the vinyl lettering, I am sure I could decorate our house so cute! I also like all the card and scrapbooking possibilities!!!

  376. shared and now a follower via facebook!

  377. I would love to make my own tattoos!! So glad to see that it’s MAC compatible now!

  378. I would start by making some super cute t-shirts for my kiddos and my nephews – what great Christmas gifts they would be!!

  379. Would love to win and start making vinyl decor. Thanks!

  380. I shared on facebook!

  381. I would make a Big Brother shirt for my little guy who is getting his first sibling in 7 months!

  382. If I were to win, I’d get to work on “I beat cancer” decorations for my mother-in-law’s upcoming celebration.

  383. I want to make some cute vinyl something or other for my new walls!

  384. I would love to be able to make my own vinyl cutouts. I have to order them from others now. There’s nothing that the Silhouette machine can do that I wouldn’t be able to use. Pick me, pick me, PLEASE.

  385. Ashley Mertlich says:

    OOh OOH! I would love to do vinyl lettering projects! Love it!

  386. I love the letters for making wall art!! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

  387. oh my goodness, what to make first… I think I’d have to put all the great things I want to start with into a hat and just pull one. Honestly though I’d get a quick jump on personalize Christmas gifts for friends and family first, homemade soup starter in a personalized jar…who wouldn’t love it! Honestly my very favorite feature though has to be that it is now Mac compatible ♥♥

  388. The first thing I would do with the Silhouette is to create some beautiful layouts for my wedding scrapbook!

  389. First thing, Christmas on the brain, but love the t-shirts:-) Well love it all…..hoping for an early Christmas gift for MOM, keeping fingers crossed.

  390. Im so excited about the silhouette machine. I would totally use this to start my own business, something I’ve always wanted to do, and make birthday decorations, cupcakes, sucker wrappers and of course, the possibilities are endless. Thanks!!

  391. I would love to use this for a baby album! My first is due in about a month, so it would be fantastic to create something fun for baby. And, of course, my mom (or “Grandma” as she insisting she be referred to now) would love to tinker with it as well:-)

  392. oooh it’s a toss up btwn temp. tattoos or some sweet heat transfered shirts… either way it’d make me an uber cool mom, right?! 😉 thanks for the chance! xo

  393. vinyl letters for a subway project i’m dying to make! thanks for the opportunity!

  394. cindy riley says:

    I would LOVE to win this!!! I host a lot of gatherings and one thing I like to buy are cupcake wrappers. They make cupcakes and muffins pop! I would rather make my own…thanks for this opportunity!

  395. Became a fan on FB:-) Love your site and so excited the Silouette is finally MAC compatible….YIPEE!!

  396. Well, the first thing I would do is take it out of the box and hook it up to my Mac since they are now compatible. Then I would be on to making some vinyl letters. WhooHoo. Thanks for the opportunity for this giveaway.

  397. I would love to get started on some Christmas gifts. The vinyl is an absolute necessity for this (and my house could use a little glam too.;)
    ~Clarissa Emily @ A Little Stone House

  398. Shared on FB!
    ~Clarissa Emily @ A Little Stone House

  399. At first I thought about making some wall vinyls but after more thought I think I would make custom chucks for my hubby and our boys! We’ve been playing around on the Converse site designing our own “chucks” but haven’t committed due to the cost… $65 to $75 for 5 pairs… umm yeah! So we could go with a basic pair and design them ourselves!

  400. Shared on my Bloggy side bar!

  401. I’ve Tweeted!

  402. ann procter says:

    I would make a lollipop t-shirt for my daughter’s 2nd birthday party! and lots of other things…

  403. I just found out my sister is pregnant so the FIRST thing I would make with a Silhouette is some super cute onesies with the heat transfer paper. The options from there are endless!!!

  404. I would make vinyl house numbers for my newly painted RED front door!

  405. Have you seen the magnet paper dolls?? That would be my first project for quiet time for my daughter at appts or church!

  406. The first thing I would make would either be a candle holder or glass vase with the etching option.


  407. Vinyl cutouts of Winnie the Pooh for my little girl’s room! She’s 10 months old and absolutely loves her Winnie the Pooh!

  408. LOVE LOVE LOVE this machine and really would love to have one of my own! Please pick me so I can make fabulous decor for my birthday parties. 🙂

  409. I want some vinyl flowers on my wall!

  410. Yay, what a great giveaway! I´d love to have one and make some paper crafts for my swaps! =)

  411. I really really want one! I have been dying to make a sign for my new daughter. She just turned 4 months old. I want to get words cut out of how amazing she is, and put them on a canvas with her name on it. All different sizes, colors… so as she learns to read she can know how amazing she is in all the different ways. She’ll be reminded how strong of a girl she is and how loving she is and be able to go out in the world with that confidence!
    That’s my first project! (one of the many)

  412. Michele Watson says:

    I can’t wait to get started on some shirts and hoodies that represent my teenagers high school! I am thinking Christmas will be totally taken care of!

  413. Emily Ferons says:

    The first thing I would use it for is to cut out all the paper details for my daughters 4th Birthday party.

  414. I would love to use the Vinyl and make a super cute wall hanging.

  415. Casey Weber says:

    I LOVE the papercrafts! I would really love to win the Silhouette machine!

  416. I would love to make easy and cute holiday decorations.

  417. I’m excited about the heat transfer. I’d love to make t-shirts.

  418. I would make the cupcake holders! Too cute!

  419. Tiffany Brady says:

    I’m drooling over all of the vinyl projects (especially the etched glass fish bowl)!

  420. I would etch our last name in a glass picture frame to put a family picture in every time we get one taken!! I am also making one for my cousin for her wedding in November and for Christmas presents! Oh I hope i win!!

  421. I have always wanted a cricut expression, but never had the funds to support the cartridges, the machine it self, and other accessories. I had never heard of a silhouette until reading the blog and feel in love! The first thing I would make would be the vinyl coffee cup lettering for my family. Here is the link to the coffee cup project.

  422. Michelle Lear says:

    Oh, where to start?!?! I would use it to get some scrapbooking done!

  423. i would make cupcake wrappers! my daughter’s 1st birthday is 3 weeks away!

  424. What would I do first???? I don’t know!!! I want to do EVERYTHING!!!! Probably wall words though.

  425. Loving it! Vinyl, transfers, tattoos. What an amazing machine. This is so on my Christmas list.

  426. Oh, I would make tattoos first, so I could occupy the kids while I made everything else!

  427. I love how versatile the Silhouette machine is and all that you can do with it. I would make a bunch of baby decor for my first baby thats on the way! I would love to be a winner and thank you for the opportunity! Thanks for also sharing all your wonderful and creative ideas on here!

  428. The first thing I would do is label lots of stuff. I love to organize and this would help out a lot.

  429. I shared on facebook!

  430. I shared on da twitta!

  431. I would make some vinyl sayings . Then so many other things.

  432. Well, since I became an Aunt for the very first time today (YAY!!!!), I’d have to say the first things I’d make would be cute appliques for onesies and then the vinyl for her nursery walls! I’ve seen so many great ideas, the sky’s really the limit with the Silhouette! 🙂

  433. I want one of these soooo badly!!! It looks amazing!! I already have a million crafts in mind for this!

  434. Jammi Smith says:

    I would definately make some vinyl crafts first thing 🙂

  435. The first thing I would make is vinyl lettering to make glass etchings on all my glass gluten free flour containers.

  436. I shared on FB!

  437. The first things I’d like to make are some personalized etched glasses to give away for Christmas presents.

  438. Deanna Smith says:

    I would totally use it for the glass etching…for gifts, for myself, for anything and everything!!!

  439. I would love to have this I would make cards, that is my passion. I love the design that is always pictured coming out of the machine.

  440. I shared you on FB

  441. My hubby is military and stationed in Germany but our address is a US address so I hope I count =]

    Id use it to give my handmade Christmas presents their personal touch =]

  442. Love it! I would love to have this in my studio! The wonderful beautiful things I could do with my mix media projects are positively endless!!

  443. I would love to make vinyl lettering for my wall!

  444. I would love to use this for vinyl labels for my home and shop. Also for cards and tags.

  445. Ranae Broadhead says:

    i would def make a onsie! so cute
    oh i hope i win!!

  446. I would make some paper crafts, like cupcake wrappers or favor boxes.

  447. I’d go crazy making christmas/baby presents, then I’d spruce up my house with some vinyl action. Then I’d make some shirts for my kids because I just can’t help myself! 🙂

  448. I would decorate with vinyl words on the walls! I love these!

  449. Ranae Broadhead says:

    i mentioned this giveaway on my blog here

  450. Gail Gohrick says:

    I am excited that it now works w/Mac! I would like to try the glass etching – I have just the jars picked out! Wish me luck!!!

  451. Mary Jane Ricks says:

    I would love to win I have so many vinyl projects I want to do.
    Mary Jane

  452. Jennifer H. says:

    I’d make a matching lemonade pitcher and glasses with the glass etching and I’d totally deck out my new laundry room!

  453. I would make some vinyl for my house, car decals, cute cupcake holders for my son’s 4th birthday, birth blocks for when my baby girl gets here in November, the cute soap dispensers, and of course.. lots of Christmas presents!! 🙂 I would definitely love staying home if I had one of those babies to play with!

  454. I would make a cute paper banner for holidays/seasons/etc.

  455. I want to make some t-shirts for my sons kindergarden class.

  456. I am going to make some vinyl for my sons room. It needs help!

  457. I would love to win one of these! It would be wonderful to have something to cut my own vinyl with!!

  458. Anita Shipley says:

    I will make something for my wall

  459. Kristy Johnson says:

    I would make my son some numbers and his own team name for some sport’s shirts. He loves them and his bd is coming up soon. What a fun tool! Thanks for sharing!

  460. I would love to make some Christmas gifts!

  461. I shared this through twitter!

  462. I shared this on facebook! Great website!

  463. I’d definitely want to try out the vinyl so I can add some fun to a couple rooms in my home. I’m due in one week, so I’d have to wait a bit to use it too, but I’d love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  464. The heat transfer would my first project and then I would quickly start playing with vinyl…i LOVE big girl toys!!!!

  465. kristina sexton says:

    i would LOVE to put this to use making some vinyl wall art..just moved into a new house & my walls are so bare!!

  466. I would love to make personalized Christmas gifts for the family this year.

  467. kristina sexton says:

    ive become a fan of your fb! 🙂

  468. I would use it for soooo much. I think I would start with temp. tattoos for my son and decorate his room. Then, move on to christmas presents.

  469. I would make some heat transfers first! ;o)

  470. The first things I would make is wall decor for my home! So many poosibilities!

  471. I would make wall decals for my daughters room! Oh and personalized t-shirts, and cupcake holders, and stencils! Geez so many cool things!

  472. I would totally start out with family tees! Great idea, (although my hubs would laugh at me). I’m all about personalized shirts and would have tons of fun!!

  473. I just tweeted about it @funkyfaithgirl

  474. Would make some awesome Halloween decorations for the pad!

  475. Please please please pick me. I NEED one!! Wow all the possiblities. I think I would use it quite a lot for scrapbooking.

  476. I just facebooked about it.


  477. Think I’m going to try the welcome vinyl sign for my front door. Thanks for this opportunity!

  478. I really hope I win! I have so many ideas like making vinyl cutouts for the wall and t-shirts.

  479. I would love to win a silhouette machine. I have wanted one for so long. The first thing I would do is make cute cupcake wrappers and other party decor. I have three birthday parties coming up in the next month. Two of my daughters are turning 1 & 4 and one of my sons is turning 7!

  480. Christmas Cards

  481. Vinyl labels!

  482. It’s a little hard to decide just what to make first…but I think I would start by making a vinyl wall quote. I know just the wall to put it on!

  483. I would definitely make cupcake/muffin wraps. I love to bake!

  484. Just shared with all my crafty friends on facebook, thanks again.

  485. The FIRST thing that came to my mind was doing a series of canvas wrapped pictures with cutouts on them. They would be grouped together to create on big picture! But there are a bazillion other ideas floating through my head 🙂

  486. Vinyl and tshirts would be so fun to do!

  487. I love the vinyl lettering that would be my first project!

  488. I retweeted

  489. I’m a fan on FB!

  490. I would make lots of vinyl!!! Vinyl labels for my child’s playroom bins would be the first on my agenda.

  491. michelle riebeek says:

    After reading your comment my first thing has changed! What a great idea for big sister little brother t-shirts to use in 2 months!

  492. papercrafting!! Would love to make my own toppers and wrappers 🙂 OOh and candy boxes too!

  493. Sara Banister says:

    the first thing i would make with a silhouette if i was lucky enough to win one would be my daughter’s 4th birthday invitations and decorations

  494. Sara Banister says:
  495. The first thing I would make is a family name plaque using the vinyl lettering!!

  496. First thing I am making is vinyls!! I love them and can’t get enough of them. I would make them for me, and all my friends. Oh, and my boys would love some temporary tattoos, so I will have to squeeze them in with all my vinyls.

  497. i blogged about you

  498. i facebooked about you

  499. CHRISTMAS – vinyl for gifts! Finally a way to tke what I can create on the computer and make it actually into something I can give away!

  500. the very first thing i’m going to make is a family portrait set of silhouettes of course! 😉

  501. I would make something cute for my kitchen wall then I would make my kiddos some super cute shirts. 🙂

  502. I want one! I want one!! The first thing I’d make is some vinyl decor for my mom and dad for Christmas!! I can’t wait!!

  503. I am loving those heat transfers…I would heat transfer a pretty image on a nice sweatshirt to keep me warm on these wonderful crisp and cool autumn days.

  504. I think I would make vinyl lettering or t-shirts. Hard to pick just one!

  505. I want one so bad! I’d use it for scrapbooking and heat transfer

  506. Lori Stearns says:

    Who doesn’t want a free Silhouette??? I would be one happy mama to have this. Thank you for the opportunity!!!

  507. The first thing I would make with the Silhouette is my wedding invitations, after that anything and everything I can think of.
    Thanks for the opportunity!!!!

  508. I just bought a house and have too many empty walls. I would love making some vinyl lettering for those walls. Thanks!!

  509. I’d make an awesome wall vinyl for my little girl!

  510. Lisa Casper says:

    What could I not do with the Silhouette!? The very first thing I would do is cover my home in vinyl decor…then glass etch, then use it for my preschool cut outs…the list goes on and on!

  511. Courtney Pack says:

    I would get started on my Christmas gifts!!

  512. Paper Castles!

  513. I would make cupcake wrappers

  514. These electronic cutting machines are the COOLEST !! To be able to make my own vinyl lettering/designs or make stencils for etching glass would be so fun. Holiday and birthday gifts extraordinaire!! Not to mention all of the paper crafting I could do.
    Thank you so much for this opportunity.

  515. The first things I would make are vinyls for my walls. Then try the heat transfer to decorate some kiddie clothes for my grands and daughter.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  516. Jessica Bori says:

    I am throwing a baby shower for my best bud on October 24. I would be cutting and creating lots of leaves and flowers to pull off my “Family Tree” theme!

  517. First thing I would make with this amazing machine is hand made cards (year supply) for a Christmas gift for my sister! I would love being able to make CUTE cards and not have to buy her the store bought ones!

  518. Just shared on Facebook! Yay for extra entries!

  519. Gaylene Hedquist says:

    I would love to win one of these and customize some vinyl and lots more fun! Thanks for doing this!

  520. Posted on FB!

  521. jacqueline v says:

    i would love to make some vinyl decals with this!!

  522. I’d have to make some etched glass canisters for my kitchen first, but I’d use it for my art…my journaling…decorating…oh my goodness, I’d go crazy with it! :o)

    Thanks for an awesome opportunity!
    Anita ♥

  523. Rachel Jacobson says:

    I would LOVE, LOVE, LOOOVE it if I won. It truly is amazing the cool things you can make with the Silhouette! My list of homemade crafts I can make for gifts is long and would be a piece of cake with this machine! I think I would start with a “Welcome” on the front door, followed by a clever laundry room phrase; a romantic quote for my bedroom; then try some labels for organizing my pantry! Oh wait, those are all gifts for just me!

  524. Jill McClure says:

    I would start by making all kinds of wall decor. I would also want to start etching glass. Too cool!

  525. Jill McClure says:

    Tweeted your giveaway @mcclurejill

  526. Jill McClure says:

    Shared your giveaway on facebook at

  527. I’m really want to try the heat transfer and etching although the homemade cards are super cute too! So many options. I would LOVE to have this machine. PLEASE PICK ME!!

  528. I would love one of these machines I think vinyl is so much fun to work with. My kids will love you too we could create some fun school projects!!!

  529. Kim Rowland says:

    I’d love to make some paper crafts and Christmas gifts with vinyl. The Silhouette looks awesome!

  530. I really want to try heat transfers….so many possibilities!

  531. So many fun things to do with this machine!! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

  532. I would definitely make some vinyl words for my bedroom wall! thanks for the offer!

  533. So excitied. I am all over the vinyl and would make a Welcome sign for my front door as my very first project….and the check off the endless possibilities from there!

  534. Suzanne Deal says:

    I would love to make vinyl projects.. have seen so many out there.. the ideas are endless!

  535. The first thing I’d make is cool toy bin labels like Make It and Love It did. Then I’d make some Halloween countdown blocks and then . . . oh, sorry, you said the first thing 🙂

  536. I’d definitely get started on my Christmas gifts! This would make it soooo much easier and less time consuming than doing everything by hand! And yet, still homemade! Yay!

  537. I would love to vinyl my whole house! It looks adorable! & make christmas gifts!!!

  538. i tweeted!

  539. I tweeted!

  540. I would make a subway art sign first!

  541. The first thing I woul make would be a GREAT thank you note for THE FINER THINGS!!!

  542. Fantastic giveaway!! I can think of a MILLION things I would do with this machine if I won… but very first I would cut some vinyl for my walls! I have a few walls that need some *LOVE*!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  543. I would scrapbook pictures of my kids…I am so behind

  544. I would make some subway art for my wall. I have been loving all of it I see out in blogland

  545. How exciting! I have been wanted to make shirts for my 3 girls…this would make it soooo easy!

  546. would LOVE to make personalized Thank You cards for people attending my wedding and also to add personalized touches to my bridal party gifts, and do the etching on our toasting flutes, and of course work on vinyl decor for the new house. A little somethin somethin for everyone, thats what makes this a great little machine!

  547. Gina Arkell says:

    I think I would make some vinyl silhouettes of my kids

  548. I would lOVE to use the silhouette to work with Vinyl or Fabric….would LOVE it!!

  549. I would immediately start work on the 100+ christmas cards I need to make and this year they would be better than ever:)!

  550. Sandy White says:

    Would use this to cut vinyl, and would start with airplane cutouts for my boys’ rooms.

  551. I would love to make some t-shirts. I love the heat transfer option.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

  552. Sandy White says:

    I put this on twitter.

  553. Sandy White says:

    I put this on Facebook

  554. Deanna Rolston says:

    LOVE this incredible machine and all of the possibilities!! I am most excited about the vinyl projects and various paper (gift giving) projects!!

  555. I would love to make some etched glass, t shirts – we always do a 12 days of Christmas song in my family and I thought my family think it was funny if they had specialized shirts – like 5 Golden rings etc.

  556. I would use the Silhouette to decorate my house!

  557. Love the cupcake wrappers!

  558. I shared this on Facebook.

  559. I would decorate with vinyl!

  560. I would love this machine to make some tranfers for clothes I think that would be really cool.

  561. I would make cute shirts for the kids!

    appraising at hotmail dot com

  562. I would do vinyl stickers for my sons to put on the car.

  563. I love baking so would love to make my own cupcake and treat boxes I saw

  564. The first thing I would make is vinyl letters for my walls!

  565. I want to etch my name on my glass pan and them make some for christmas presents.

  566. The home decor is what got me but i am sure it will come in handy for a lot of things.

  567. Hope you are doing well with the baby!!!!

    I tweeted!

  568. I would have so much fun with this machine. I would first make shirts for my boys. Then I would make cards. And then try making some cool decals. I am getting giddy thinking about it.

  569. The heat transfer and bling looks like so much fun. I would love to make some cute onsies.

  570. I have looked at the Silhouette machine in the past and would LOVE to have one. I think I would start with vinyle for my freshly painted walls…

  571. I am always looking for cuter titles for my scrapbooking pages, now I can make my own!

  572. I shared this link on Facebook!

  573. I shared on facebook 🙂

  574. Christmas gifts….tshirts, vinyl signs, scrapbooking, cards….endless possibilities!!

  575. The first thing I’d make would be party decorations! I have birthdays and Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas back to back in 5 months- I’d definatey get a lot of use out of it!

  576. I would be making t-shirts!!! It looks like it would be a lot of fun to use.

  577. Kristy Alles-Serrant says:

    I would be so grateful and super excited to receive one! I have been eyeing one for a while but can’t purchase one! My scrapbooking supplies are piling up and so are the memories of my three kids!

  578. Meagan M Smith says:

    Would love to make a vinyl saying for the wall!

  579. I would create so much vinyl for my house. There are so many projects I want to do, but I need a vinyl cutter!

  580. I would love to have family t-shirts. (I don’t know if my hubby would agree to that though) But there is plenty to try.

  581. Ooh I would love to make some vinyl projects. Thanks 🙂

  582. I want to try the heat transfer stuff to make fun shirts for the family.

  583. I would love to try the vinyl.

  584. Need this machine to make awesome class books for my classroom!

  585. I would make tons of awesome things. But the one thing that stands out and makes me sooooooo excited is— T-Shirts for the BUDDY WALK. My son is 21 months old and has Down syndrome. I would LOVE to spread the word that they are more alike then different! 90% of people who find out they are having a child with Down syndrome abort. They have no idea on all the BLESSINGS they are missing out on. I want to spread the word!!!

  586. okay, so i have a wedding coming up and i would love to have the husband & wife write separately why they fell in love with the other person and then i would like to have it eched in glass and put a picture of them together between their writings on each side! does that make sense!? 😉 it’s perfectly clear in my head 🙂

  587. I would love this! I would love to decorate my daughter’s room with some vinyl and would start crafting for the holidays!

  588. The 1st thing I would do with this baby is a silhouette of my daughter, of course, and paste it everywhere!!

  589. I would love to do vinyl with a Silhouette! and cupcake wraps….and about a million other things.

  590. Jennifer S. says:

    Vinyl for sure!! I need to get some awesome words on these bare walls!

  591. Jennifer S. says:

    Posted to facebook!

  592. Jeanette Kirkham says:

    I would totally make some fun shirts for my 3 princesses with the heat transfer and the rhinestones…what a fun combo!

  593. I’d make an etched glass cake stand! Naturally.

  594. Vinyl signs for my new laundry room!

  595. I would make a birthday banner and matching cupcake wrappers!

  596. I have a wall with photos of our wedding, our parents’ weddings, and all four grandparents’ wedding photos, and I’ve always wanted to find just the right quote about love and legacy to put on the wall above it. That would be the beginning of many great uses, I’m sure!

  597. I would LOVE to make some vinyl projects for my home…maybe some labels to begin with, then on to grander ideas? It would also be very useful for all the scrapbooking I do.

  598. I’d make some vinyl labels for jars in the kitchen…I really need to get better organized. 🙂

  599. I’d make t-shirts for my grandbabies

  600. I have an entire list (huge, btw) of things I want to make, but the very first thing I would do would be the etching!

  601. Heather Mickelson says:

    The first thing I would do was make a t-shirt! or maybe some cute fall/halloween decorations with the vinyl…hmmm endless possibilities!

  602. Heather Mickelson says:

    I posted on my blog about this!

  603. keely henkel says:

    I would love to decorate my kids rooms with vinyl, hooray for mac compatibility!

  604. I would make some cupcake wrappers for an upcoming Halloween bake sale.

  605. I shared your giveaway on FB!

  606. I’m a follower! (that sounds a little weird, but you know what I mean).

  607. I really want to make heat transfers for some adorable baby onesies! Also, I love vinyl, and want to make some things for my kitchen re-do!

  608. I would make a subway sign first thing. Then signs for football games, then t-shirts for football games, all kinds of things for football games!

  609. Brenda Picanco says:

    I have been coveting a Silhouette since I first heard about it almost a year ago. I would love to win one to make all of the projects I have up in my head. I think the first thing I would make is some vinyl for my living room and other misc. vinyl projects. Then I would do lots of heat transfer projects.

  610. A Silhoutte is something that I have really been wanting, but I have been waiting for the Mac version. I am looking forward to making personalized cards for my friends!

  611. The first thing I would do is cut me some vinyl! I love that stuff and have some things around the house that could use a little vinyl on them!

  612. I would love to use the vinyl to put cute designs in my girls’ bedroom. Thanks for this awsome giveaway!

  613. I shared your giveaway on FB!

  614. Darcy Bohman says:

    Cute vinyl things for my walls!! Yippee!!!!

  615. I blogged about it on my (private) blog!

  616. Darcy Bohman says:
  617. Onesies for all of the upcoming baby showers I’ll be going to!

  618. I would make holiday countdown blocks for Christmas for my family!

  619. The large vinyl monograms are the bomb! I need one real bad!

  620. I can’t wait to try the heat transfers and vinyl! Thanks so much for doing this!

  621. I think I’d make my own Christma cards this year. Paper would be the best to start with and practice on. But I’d soon get to the etching and vinyl!

  622. So many ideas! The first thing I would make would be name tags for the daughter’s Daisy Scout Troop! Thanks for this amazing giveaway!

  623. The first thing I’d make is a few heat transfer onesies and then I’d move on to the invites, decor, and favors for my little guys 1st Birthday.

  624. WOW! I would be soooo excited to win! The heat transfers look so fun! Think of all the Christmas gifts I could make! AND Mac compatible to boot!!!

  625. I am making winter hats for my girls and I would love to decorate the brims of the hat. That would be my first project.

  626. The absolute first thing I would make is a t-shirt for my vera own t-shirt with a heat transfer and lots of rhinestones. I love to sparkle! When people ask where I got it, and they would ask, I would tell them about this site AND the Silhouette!

  627. tshirts. lots of tshirts.

  628. I would make vinyl lettering for my daughter’s teacher; she SO deserves it!

  629. I think the first thing I would make would be some tee’s for Christmas gifts for all my nieces and nephews. I love having a homemade Christmas and this would make it a lot more manageable! Thanks for the chance!

    Plus it would make a great b-day gift to myself! The big 30 is coming in 2 days!! 🙁

  630. Teresa Verhoestra says:

    I would love the heat tranfer and kids school projects would be a breeze.

  631. Teresa Verhoestra says:

    I tweeted!

  632. Teresa Verhoestra says:

    I posted on facebook.

  633. I would start with a welcome sign for our front door.
    Thanks for the chance

  634. The first thing would definitely be playing around with vinyl! I LOVE this machine!

  635. Oh, oh, oh…I really NEED one of these! I first want to try out the vinyl art (for my walls)! Then I want to try all the other amazing things it will do: paper crafts, heat transfer, tattoo paper, magnet paper…I could keep going on and on.

  636. Jamee Parsons says:

    My first project would be some cute and spooky invites and decorations for our Halloween party!

  637. Eek! The possibilities are endless but the most exciting is the vinyl capability. If I won, I would immediately get to making personalized coffee mugs filled with hot chocolate or coffee as a holiday present!

  638. I’m thinking I would make some adorable vinyl decor for MY 4th babe’s room! This will be the first baby we are (thinking) about finding out gender….so I’m kind of pumped to decorate a room – gender specific this time ’round!

  639. Oh, I would love to try all the vinyl projects!

  640. Leitha Cantrell says:

    I would love to win this!! I think the first thing I would use it for, would be for vinyl sayings for my living room.

  641. I would love love love to use the heat transfer vinyl! I play softball with a huge chunk of my family and I think that it would be a perfect holiday gift to make everyone their own softball shirt!!

  642. Vicki Tyler says:

    I would love to win a machine. I would use it to cut vinyl. I have some Christmas projects I need to start working on.

  643. Woohoo! I would LOVE this!

  644. I would make some fun Halloween shirts for my quadruplets!

  645. Alexandra Haralson says:

    I’d do a bunch of heat transfers. i think the custom team jersey is so cute. I’d make some for my son.

  646. The first thing I would make…that is tough. But probably would jump right to vinyl. It doesnt seem to cut really well on my cricut. I am a cricut loser.

  647. Heather S. S. says:

    I would love to make the paper crafts, and the vinyl, and the iron-on app…and so on and so on!!! So fun!!!

  648. Vinyl…. for sure.

  649. i would make some Christmas presents for my family using vinyl.

  650. I’m most excited about decorating holiday cards (which I do every year) for my family which will be so much easier with this lovely machine! And I’m coming up with all kinds of fall decor I could make with the vinyl 🙂

  651. I mentioned you on my fb

    Have a great weekend!

  652. I would love to make some vinyl sayings to put up in my living room and dining room as well as a large flower tree for my daughters bedroom.

  653. I would love this machine!! I could make baby announcements, baby onesies, baby scrapbook pages… Oh yeah, can you tell I just had a baby?!

  654. I would use this to make some great Christmas gifts! Just think of the money to be saved! 🙂 And, I would also love to try some of the paper crafts. The cupcake wrappers are so cute!

  655. rebecca keppel says:

    First thing I would make would be personalized t shirts for DD–she would get SUCH a kick out of that!

  656. Would love to decorte gifts for Christmas, birthdays, other holidays. I would also do some wall art for my home!

  657. I would love to do some heat transfer tees!

  658. I would love to organize my new apartment with one. Always wanted one but couldn’t afford one.

  659. vinyl! vinyl! vinyl!

  660. Leslie Beale says:

    I would love to make t-shirts!!

  661. Make your own Vinyl? Whoo Hoo. I would definitely start there though we send cards to shut-ins and seniors on a weekly basis so we’d have some fun making those too.

    jennifer @

  662. Leslie Beale says:

    I would love to make t-shirts!

  663. I want to make bags for my kiddos to bring into the car with all of their “treasures” inside and then when the car ride is over take their “treasures” right back out. I would love to decorate these bags with the heat transfers to show off each of my boys’ personality.
    **Hope it’s me!!**

  664. i would def get working on some vinyl projects! thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  665. So glad you were able to have this giveaway! Hope all is great with your baby and family. I would so love one of these machines. Been eying one for a while. I love the t-shirts, the vinyl, the etching.

  666. I shared this on facebook.

  667. Definitely something Halloween-y. Maybe some cute vinyl pumpkins or a saying for my wall!

  668. And, for an additional entry, I just shared this link on facebook. Thanks! 🙂

  669. Caitlin Livingston says:

    I would definitely finish my baby’s scrapbook first!!! I have been wanting a Silhouette for THE LONGEST time and I am so excited that it is finally MAC compatible!!!

  670. Caitlin Livingston says:

    I shared a link on Facebook!

  671. I shared this on my blog!!

  672. Just in time for Christmas! My husband would appreciate it if I won…then he’d be off the hook for shopping for me. 🙂 Let’s see, I’d try vinyl, glass etching, heat transfer…in no particular order…first.

  673. The FIRST thing I would make are some cute T-shirts for my daughter w/ the heat transfer – but I also have many glass etching and vinyl projects that I will finally be able to tackle. So excited it’s finally MAC compatible.

  674. Andrea Watts says:

    I would make t-shirts

  675. Andrea Watts says:

    I tweeted the giveaway

  676. Andrea Watts says:

    I shared on Facebook

  677. For starters I would make a welcome sign for my front door. So many possibilities!

  678. The first thing I would make???? Oh gosh…. I would definitely make some vinyl lettering for my kitchen. Sigh. That would be wonderful.

  679. I just shared this on Facebook!

  680. I would love to use the Silhouette to cut vinyl for wall words and personalized Christmas presents! I’m really hoping and even saying a prayer that I’ll win this!!

  681. Alecia Chapman says:

    I love the cupcake wrappers. Can’t wait to make some.

  682. Im in the process of opening up my own etsy shop and craft blog. A silhouette is a NEED!! Would definitely make things a whole lot easier and yes cheaper!! Thanks for this opportunity 😉 Will let you know when my blog is up and running!

  683. I would make cupcake wrappers first and my girls want tatoos

  684. courtney e. says:

    the glass etching!

  685. I want to start by making actual silhouettes of my daughter and all her cousins as Christmas presents. Thanks for this giveaway!

  686. I would first make vinyl projects and then heat transfers 🙂

  687. I tweeted the giveaway 🙂

  688. I’ve wanted one of these for FOREVER! I’d use it to make some bedroom wall vinyl for my little guy who is on the way since we are in an apartment and can’t paint.

  689. I also posted the giveaway on my blog

  690. I shared it on Facebook. Hope I win!

  691. No one where I live has a Silhouette. Let me be the first!

  692. I would love to win a vinyl making machine!! Pick me!!

  693. One of the first things I would try and make are cars and trucks in vinyl for my son’s room. I’ve never worked with it before but it seems so cool!

  694. The first thing I would make is Christmas presents! Maybe some etched glass plates for cookies and some t-shirts.

  695. The first thing that I would do is vinyl decor projects around the house.

  696. I would make the “Oh Holy Night” tiles first. Those are gorgeous!!

  697. I would first do some glass etching on some vases and jars that have been calling to me!

  698. Stephanie L says:

    I would use the vinyl to make Christmas presents!

  699. I would make heat transfer tees for my girls to wear on Halloween!

  700. I would make cute shirts for my kids.

  701. I would do etched glass!

  702. Pat McDaniel says:

    Yikes! A Silhouette machine to do all the vinyl for my projects and home decor and the heat transfers for my granddaughters t-shirts and purses. And then, all the ideas that you creative ladies on the blogs share. I doubt there is time for me to do all I would want.

  703. I want one! I would use any way I could!

  704. Judy Samuels says:

    I would try my hand at vinyl lettering for home decor!

  705. Shirts or wall vinyl!! We’re military and move so often its easier to use vinyl than hang things over and over haha
    tiffanyghudson2003 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  706. Cherie Nelson says:

    Wow! Where would I start? I would probably do some sort of craft with vinyl! And then I would cut out some letters in cardstock and make some fun banners! I would also definitely use it in my DH’s business to cut vinyl for signs!

  707. I’m DYING for one of these machines — I seriously cannot list all of the fun things I’d be making with it 🙂

    I’d definitely start off by making some cute Halloween decorations for my house and my classroom!

  708. I would love to make my daughter’s First birthday party invites. The theme is “under the sea.”

  709. glass etching on hurricanes!

  710. shared on FB!

  711. twitter twitter!

  712. I would make vinyl sayings for my walls…& lots of Christmas gifts!!

  713. Wow, awesome giveaway! I want one of these so bad and then i can stop bugging everyone else to use theirs. I want to throw a party and use those adorable cupcake liners and then cut lots of vinyl!

  714. I posted it on my blog!

  715. I would love to win!!! The first thing I would make is a Halloween countdown.

  716. I would love to make some great vinyl Christmas gifts

  717. Shared on Facebook!

  718. Christmas gifts here I come! Everyone would be getting something handmade…that sounds so much fun!

  719. Shared on Twitter!!!

  720. Susan Spiers says:

    Luv the vinyl letters! “Live, Love, Laugh” to put on my wall.

  721. Susan Spiers says:

    I left a Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter!

  722. Susan Spiers says:

    I posted about this giveaway on Facebook!

  723. I want to do vinyl decor in my bedroom, and in my future children’s rooms!

  724. i also posted a link onto my facebook page:!/jessica.hinz

  725. I would definitely be making my little girl some appliqued shirts!! Thanks!!

  726. Jamie Barrus says:

    I would love to win a Silhouette!!! The first thing I would make if I won… I would love to make some cute Christmas vinyl projects!!!

  727. I tweeted your contest! (Entry #1)

  728. I Facebooked your contest! (Entry #2)

  729. The very first thing I would make with a Silhouette is a custom T for my BabyGirl! Might start with her name….. or some really awesome lacy looking thing….. and I might add RHINESTONES!

  730. I would love this little machine for so many reasons!! But the first thing I would make would be cute cupcake wrappers for all these cupcakes I’ve been making!

  731. I would love to use vinyl stencils to etch our cheap, plain glasses. They need a pick-me-up! Of course then I would attack any other glass object in sight! 🙂 Thanks for the fun give away!

  732. I would love to make vinyl monograms, heat transfers, papers crafts…etc. the first thing I would make would be a vinyl monogram…I know that for sure. lol

  733. Sarah Clinkenbeard says:

    I would love to try any of the crafts. Never worked the machine, but a friend of mine is dying to win this one:)

  734. I would start out cutting heat transfers for T-shirts for my husbands new band! That is after I make a couple of awesome Thank You cards for The Finer Things and How Does She!

  735. I would use this to make something vinyl to decorate my house with.

  736. Yay!!! I would love to do some etching or labels for my canisters!

  737. The first thing I would make with an awesome machine like that would be silhouettes of the kids, they would be great on Christmas cards, or the Christmas tree, t-shirts or even on the wall!

  738. I love the wall vinyl…but there are soooo many things.

  739. Oh man, I have been absolutely dying for one of these. I want to make labels to organise my kitchen and crafting “area” (More of a dark corner in the freezing cement basement!) I then want to make some adorable matching tshirts for my little girls….the list is endless….

  740. I think I would make cards. I really want to!

  741. Ooo I can’t decide between either vinyl letter or custom apparel!

  742. Okay, this is sooooooooo awesome! I have wanted one since, well…its arrival! The first thing I would make is a hip and cool shirt that said, “I visited Amy’s Blog and all I Got was a Silhoutte Machine to make this AWESOME T-Shirt with!!!”

    Then I would make lots of Christmas stuff! LOOOTS of Christmas stuff! 🙂 Gifts…decorations, you name it, sister and I would make it!!!

    Thank you so much for this awesome chance!!!! Oh I would just die!

  743. I blogged about it over at my blog

  744. I would make a cute tshirt for my kids for Halloween!! Thanks!!

  745. Lena Kubota says:

    The first thing I would make would be cupcake wrappers!

  746. I posted about it on facebook!!!!

  747. scrap books I have another grand baby on the way and scrap booking is something I love to do and my daughter too…..and of course something to wear for out little princess and her big sis
    facebook and my blog shared/.. Hugs Birgi t

  748. The first thing I’d make with a Silhouette? Probably Halloween cupcake aprons. Shortly thereafter, Christmas cards!

  749. I shared this post on Facebook.

  750. I would love to make some projects with the vinyl!

  751. i would love to make stuff with the heat transfer paper…i’m thinking pillows would be first!!!

  752. I really want one to make Christmas gifts

  753. Ruthann Cook says:

    Holy moly – the possibiities are ENDLESS! First thing I would try is the glass etching. SO COOL!!! So many gift ideas! 🙂

  754. I would love to try the glass etching! The silhouette makes it look so simple!

  755. I just posted this on FB:)

  756. I would love to use this to cut out vinyl and to help me out with my callings in church and to scrapbook! Thanks for an amazing giveaway:)

  757. The first thing I would make is some vinyl wall art for my bedroom. Then I would have to make my Christmas cards and of course Christmas gifts….I want to make some re-usable totes and use the Silhouette for some design transfers. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome tool!

  758. I would start with some vinyls and then some printable for my sisters baby shower… I so need this machine. Love it pls I hope I win!!!

  759. Meagan Cook says:

    I am becoming a homeowner this week, so I have TONS of projects swirling around in my mind. My first project would be using vinyl to label and organize things in my kitchen. The Silhouette would really make it more personalized. I have been wanting one of these forever!

  760. i can’t wait to label everything!!! This will be such an awesome tool in my home

  761. First thing would be Subway art with the cities I have visited.

  762. michaela hoenigman says:

    I would love to use this lovely machine to make a few etched candle holders like they show on their site. They would make ideal gifts too! I would love to have the Silhouette to make Christmas presents for my family!

  763. michaela hoenigman says:

    I posted this on my blog!

  764. I am so excited to try out some subway art using vinyl!

  765. I need to make some wall art!

  766. I just don’t have enough readers to be offered such an amazing offer of a free one and one to give away. How neat would that be??? So I will have to just enter all the contests and hope I win one some day.

  767. I would love to try making the vinyl wall art. My walls are so bare!

  768. i would start with vinyl projects!!!

  769. There are so many amazing things to do with Silhouette….it would be so hard to choose which to do first. But I think I’d have to go with some awesome vinyl to put up on the wall…or on some glass jars to label EVERYTHING…or on the mirror in the bathroom……ooohhhh….it would be everywhere!

    ~Teresa 🙂

  770. I tweeted about your giveaway! 😉

  771. I shared about your giveaway on facebook.

  772. WOO HOO! I’m so happy the silhouette is compatible with macs! Anyhow, If I won… the first thing I’d make would be some vinyl cut outs/letterings to decorate the interior (maybe even the exterior) of my Airstream. I pray I win! 🙂

  773. I’d love to make some vinyl projects!

  774. I shared this GA on my FB too.

  775. And on my tweeter.

  776. Wahoo!! I love the Silhouette!!!! I would definitely make onesies with the heat transfer for my baby and niece. Thank you!!! 🙂

  777. Tiffany Talbert says:

    I would make some vinyl to decorate my baby’s room. I hope I win! 🙂

  778. I would try out the heat transfers first. Love what this machine can do!!

  779. The first thing I would make is a cute vinyl decal for my laptop.

  780. michaela hoenigman says:

    I blogged!

  781. michaela hoenigman says:

    I tweeted with from the share button on your post!

  782. michaela hoenigman says:

    I shared on Facebook from your share button!

  783. Oh I would love to make big brother/little brother shirts for my boys. I can’t find them ant more since my youngest is now bigger than my oldest. And the cards I could make would be wonderful too.

  784. I would make decorations for my daughters birthday party.

  785. I liked you on Facebook.

  786. super excited about vinyl! the first thing i’d make would be vinyl wall decor!

  787. I would love to make some t-shirts for my Daisy Troop. Awesome! This is a fantastic machine that has so many uses. I have a list of birthday cards to make also. And a bunch of things that need vinyl decorations.

  788. I love so ♥ to have one of these machines. I have read about them and have been drooling ever since. I have so many things I would want to make but I think it would be awesome to make my son some really cool shirts with the ability to make decals! I also love the vinyl setting because that is such a huge trend right now and hey who wouldn’t want that for a gift!?
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  789. Just twittered about it

  790. shared it on my blog…

  791. The gift giving ideas are endless! What a great machine!! Make stuff for home, school, baby shower, bridal shower, son’s graduation party………

  792. Hi,
    I have just tried to cut a maple leaf to put on a bag, but get bad:so if I could win Silhouette Craft Cutter,surely start with…….maple leafs!!!!!


  793. I share on my facebook profile here:!/profile.php?id=1349180135

  794. Ohhhhhhhhh.what to make first. Love the heat transfers I see holiday shirts for all

  795. I would make some etched glass Christmas decorations!

  796. Oh my, how awesome!!! I’d use the Silhouette machine to make an owl mobile out of cardstock. omydarlingblog(at)gmail(dot)com

  797. I would do Christmas crafting and Birthday Crafts as well right away!!!!

  798. Became a fan on FB!!!

  799. Became a TWitter Fan!

  800. I would like to try the etching and the custom made shirts are pretty neato too! Thanks!!!

    Sherri 🙂

  801. The first thing I would make is some etched glass! Thanks!
    kmassman gmail

  802. I would make a vinyl of a verse from 1 Peter 3 “But GROW in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ…” to put in my girls’ room. I’d love to win!

  803. I would finish my kid’s Growth Chart

  804. I would make papercrafting for my baby’s 1st birthday party!

  805. I’d make new jerseys for my family’s softball team!


  806. Tracy Jackson says:

    I’d use the heat transfer to make baby onesies GALORE!!!

  807. I’d use the Silhouette to create masks for spray painting the buttons on the dash of my car. (!)

  808. I would use this thing for EVERYTHING! The glass etching, vinyl, making cute shirts for my cute kids, Christmas cards…E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G!!

  809. I wold love to try the etched glass, but the cupcake liners are high on my list, too. Everything looks amazing.

  810. I’d definitely do something with vinyl lettering! LOVE it! 🙂

  811. I would love to make vinyl decal monograms – and adhere them to glass vases … for Christmas gifts

  812. I would love to win this and use it for etching and vinyl lettering! Awesome giveaway!

  813. I’d make name tags for my new Daisy Scout troop! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  814. I would use this to make this the most fabulous Christmas EVER!

  815. I would use it to make paper crafts and vinyl crafts as Christmas gifts!!!

  816. Jennifer Orenstein says:

    I can only begin to think of the things I would use this for. 🙂 With Christmas coming up, I’d definitely be thinking of gift ideas.

  817. Jessica Gasser says:

    I think the cupcake wrappers are so cute and would love to make those along with a million other things.

  818. Dee Campbell says:

    Would love a chance to win one of these, the possibilities are endless!

  819. I can imagine both declining (due to craziness) and then regretting the decision to host the giveaway! Glad you decided to! I think I am most excited about the wall art and tees for my boys. I so want this machine!!

  820. I would love to make cute holiday shirts for my kiddos using the rhinestones or heat transfers. So much fun!

  821. I’d like to get one to use at the elementary school. I think the kids would have fun making the temporary tattoos. Or we could decorate the cupcakes we make for birthday celebrations.

  822. I’d make some Monogramed “B” shirts for my son. Oh, I could go crazy with that thing!!

  823. i would love to make a quiet book for my daughter!

  824. I am way excited to use it for vinyl lettering.

  825. I would definitely do something with vinyl. Home decor, label my jars, really just anything! Great giveaway! Thanks!

  826. Birthday cards!

  827. Beth Hardman says:

    The first thing I would make is a sign that said “I WON” and hang it on my front window!!! Now wouldn’t my neighbors be jealous and being asking what I won I would ofcourse show them my COOL prize and convince them that they needed one.

  828. I need this for the group of students I teach. It is a very diverse inner city school! I could make so much for them and my friend & family with this!!

  829. I would use it to make vinyl organization labels for my home and then T-shirts!

  830. I would love to make some vinyl lettering for my laundry room. One of those “loads of fun” or drop your drawers things 🙂

  831. Lora Turner says:

    I retweeted, made a comment on facebook and posted it on my blog I would love on of these for my daughters wedding we could make all kinds of things

  832. I would love to own this awesome machine. First I would make the vinyl wall decals. I would also like to use the heat transfer paper to recreate some decorative pillows I saw.

  833. If I have a Silhouette Craft Cutter I would work with my granddaughters scrap booking. Over the summer we started scrapbooking to fill the free time without school. They love scrapblooking.
    Thanks for the contest……

  834. The first thing I am going to make will be letters for my laundry room! YAY

  835. I would my make last name in vinyl and add it to a project I’ve been working on!

  836. I ‘tweeted” you!

  837. this is a fantastic giveaway!!! i would love to make vinyl projects!! so many ideas!!!

  838. elizabeth schafer says:

    I would make matching t-shirts for my dauughter’s field hockey team ~ they’re a great group of girls with a lot of spirit!

  839. Angie Center says:

    I would love to make vinyl stuff to put up all over my house. So fun! hope I win!

  840. would LOVE to start some vinyl projects! Thanks for the chance!

  841. I have three grandsons and needless to say, we have many sports games so I would love to win the Silhouette to make custom shirts for the boys and their fans. I love to decorate for each season so I see many possibilities for decor.

  842. I would love love to win and be able to do heat transfers for my twin girls. Not to mention the cupcake wrappers and glass etching too!

  843. My first project would be the cute little cupcake paper holders.

  844. I would use it for scrapbooking.

  845. I would like to make cutouts to put on pumpkins.

  846. Ooh, I’ve been dying to try some vinyl designs since I rent and can’t paint my walls!

    Thank you!

  847. Maybe I could finish my scrapbook pages for my wedding-it was almost a year ago-time to get crackin!

  848. Cassandra Carter says:

    I am in LOVE with the sihlouette machine!!! I have so many things I want to do with it I don’t which I’ll do first! It’s a toss up between custom onesies for a baby shower gift or making holiday crafts!

  849. I will finally be able to finish some fabric storage bins for toys by adding a heat transfer label. Adorable!

  850. Donna Hoffman says:

    I would love to make the cupcake wrappers.

  851. I’d love one of these! I’d like to make some inspirational sayings for my wall and would use it all the time in my classroom!

  852. I think the first thing I would make would be some vinyl wall words. Then, I’m sure I would work on something fabulous for Christmas!

  853. My first project would be a vinyl Yoda quote for my son’s room–too fun!!

  854. I’d love to try my hand at some cute subway art!

  855. The first thing I would make with a Silhouette would be notecards! Or maybe glass etching. Or use the sketch function… so many crafty ideas! Thanks so much for deciding to host this giveaway and CONGRATULATIONS on your newest little one!


  856. It would help with scrapbooking and I would love to make heat transfers!

  857. Tweeted about it! Fingers crossed!


  858. Hi! I would love to make t-shirts and bling them all out!
    Thank You!

  859. I would love to win… I would make tees and tattoos for my kiddos.

  860. I added this giveaway to my blog!!

  861. It is on my FB page so all my friends to enter as well!

  862. Oh Silhouette how I love thee. Please pick me! I want to cut some doilies and make some Halloween decorations!

  863. I would love to have a Silhouette for glass etching casserole dishes and glass canisters.

  864. I want to do really cool bulletin boards

  865. I would love to make some home decor with vinyl for the holidays.

  866. The first thing I’d make is personalized Christmas Cards!

  867. I’m a card maker and HAVE to make all my Christmas gifts this year for all my family members. I’m going to make card sets for each and this machine would be so amazing for that. I could really mass produce and it would give such personalizing options!!!!

  868. I would love to do some fun projects around my house with vinyl. I LOVE that you do not have to have any cartridges with the Silhouette. YEA!

  869. Thank you for such a fantastic giveaway! I am expecting my second little one on January 1, 2011. I am starting to imagine all the baby things I could create!

  870. Sarah Weiss says:

    If I won the Silhouette I would make the Halloween cutouts from Pottery Barn Kids!

  871. Summer Darbyshire says:

    Amy, the first thing I would make with this machine would be t-shirts for my brother in law and his girl that say: “Choose your love and then love your choice.”
    The machine sounds so nice!

  872. Summer Darbyshire says:

    I would make t-shirts for my brother in law and his girl that say” choose your love and then love your choice.” By the way, this machine sounds so nice!

  873. Denise Hodges says:

    I love, love, love to give personalized and unique gifts. Bring on the vinyl! The possibilities are endless!

  874. Alicia Andrus says:

    I would use it to make decorations for my daughter’s first birthday!

  875. gI think some etched glass project is the first thing I’d do with the Silhouette.

  876. Taylorbunch says:

    First I would make some awesome thank you notes!

  877. I would be making fancy borders for my cards!!

  878. I have posted on Twitter!

  879. I have posted the giveaway and link on my blog

  880. I would love to make vinyl wall decor!

  881. i would finally decorate my son’s nursery… well, it’s not technically a nursery anymore since he just turned 1 =) so, i would decorate his room =P (i love all the decorative possibilities using vinyl.)

  882. I would make a vinyl quote for my wall (I’ve been wanting to try that for a while!)

  883. I am going to make some wall decorations using vinyl! then i’m gonna make st eeler fan shirts for my whole family!

  884. Found you through how does she! I’ve really liked looking around your blog! Vinyl letters would be my first project or maybe the glass etching or maybe the drawing pens…I can’t decide. Thanks for having a great giveaway!

  885. I would make a b-day banner and fun food labels for my twiners 1st b-day coming up!

  886. myclaybliss says:

    I would first make vinyl cutouts for my living room! There are so many exciting things to do with that machine though, I’d love to try them all!

  887. I would make vinyl decorations for my walls. They are so sad and lonely and bare!

  888. Soooo many ideas, so little time. Christmas gifts galore would come from mine! Thanks for the chance to enter!

  889. Pam Jimison says:

    Well, I know Michelle Underwood is dying to have one – so, if I win I will give it to her! I don’t know her, but like her blog and I know she would use it! 🙂

  890. I would start w glass etching and go from there!

  891. I would begin my Silhouette adventures with vinyl lettering for my classroom.

  892. First, congratulations!! Second, I would make things with vinyl first! I just love the possibilities! Then, fabric is next! Thanks for having the giveaway!

  893. Facebooked it too:)

  894. Ashley Thames says:

    I would make matching family shirts & start working on Christmas gifts & decor!!!

  895. I would make all kinds of papercrafts and vinyl projects for my daughter’s 5th birthday: invitations, banners, party favors, signs, decorations and birthday girl shirt! I’m sure I would even find more projects to do!

  896. I tweeted this!

  897. I shared this on facebook!

  898. With 2 of my children getting married within 4 weeks of each other, I would use this for so many things! The decor and accessories galore that you could create… Let the crafting begin!

  899. I would love to use one of these to make individual t shirts!

  900. I would like to try glass etching

  901. What wouldn’t I make with a Silhouette Craft Cutter Machine?! Since it’s almost Halloween I would start by making decorations, treat bags, masks… you name it. After the spooky fun is over then I’ll move on to making holiday gifts for family and friends. If I win this amazing giveaway every single person I know will be receiving custom tote bags and shirts for Christmas! lol

  902. Vinyl I wanting to cut if for home decor… and my daugther upcoming wedding… lots of thinks I could use it for
    The Scrapbooking Queen

  903. I would make a wall vinyl for my laundry room. That is a good place to get to try it out.

  904. Melissa Rhodes says:

    I would make wall art for my baby boy’s room! I have not decorated it yet! This would be perfect!

  905. Melissa Rhodes says:
  906. Melissa Rhodes says:
  907. Melissa Rhodes says:
  908. oh i’d make wall decals oh how i could use wall decals in many rooms in my house!! endless possibilites!!

  909. I would love to work with vinyl.

    Good luck with the new baby!! 🙂

  910. I would LOVE to win this to make some team shirts for my son’s football team! Please pick me! 🙂

  911. I would LOVE one of these! I want to make some clothes for my kids using the heat transfer for sure! Love it!!

  912. I tweeted about it here:

  913. I also facebooked about it too!!!/profile.php?id=796246561

  914. I would totally make the vinyl decorated tiles as Christmas gifts for family and friends!

  915. I would LOVE to win the Silhouette machine! My first project would definitely be etched glass or vinyl lettering for my kids’ rooms! There are too many great things this machine could do to brighten up my home and life! 🙂

  916. Wall word art for my son’s bedroom…

  917. I think I would do the iron on transfers first among many projects 🙂

  918. I would love to make cute cards for all my family who lives 13 hours away! and a t-shirt for my little guy!

  919. I’d love to try the heat transfer to make cute onsies for all my expectant friends!

  920. I want to make the Christmas ornaments or some really cool card for my card swap! I’m on a mac! And I’m totally excited!

  921. Brooke Barlow says:

    I want the silhouette to make some vinyl prints for our house we are building!

  922. Brooke Barlow says:

    Shared this link on facebook!

  923. That looks wonderful! I would make jerseys for my daughter’s soccer team with their names and #’s on the back. Then some fun labeling/organizing tools… Wow, the list is endless!

    Please enter me! 🙂

  924. posted your giveaway on twitter too…

  925. Cupcakes would be right up there on my list; how adorable are these?!

  926. shared on FB too – which auto links to twitter – so does that count as 2?

  927. I think I would something for Halloween decorations!

  928. Krysta Crane says:

    I would make some cupcake holders. I mean, how cute are they?! I would also love to spruce up my living room throw pillows and put heat transfers on them.

  929. The first thing I would make would be some sketch designs for my boys bags and then on to some fabulous tees!

  930. I don’t even know where I would begin! I love the scrapbooking, vinyl, heat transfers and just everything! I would LOVE to play with a silhouette, the possibilities are endless!

  931. Shared on Twitter- ameliaharris99

  932. Katy Roberts says:

    The first thing I would make would be T-shirts for the teams I support at Primary Children’s Hospital. It would be perfect to help lift the spirits there.

  933. Nicole Pitcher says:

    I would love to make Christmas gifts, glass etching or vinly!

  934. Thanks for having this giveaway. I would totally start with the heat transfer. A little boy (or his mother) could use some spruced up tees.

  935. I would make some nifty shirts for our soccer team.

  936. Where to begin??? I would cut out some pretty words and modpodge them on some plaques. I have two plaques waiting for this–one kitchen and one bathroom themed! I hope I get it!!

  937. I would love to win this machine so I can do heat transfer projects!

  938. I would love to do some stuff with vinyl!

  939. Halloween decor!!!! For sure…love the Halloween subway art signs I’ve seen!
    Amy in CA

  940. I love the family team shirts! I think the first thing I would make would be baby onesies – how fun that you can make your own designs. The glass etching option is very cool, too!

  941. The first thing I would make is a fun halloween pillow for my couch.

  942. So many projects to decide from!!!!!!…..but I think I would have to make tshirts for my daughters class.

  943. Jillian Williams says:

    I would love to win one of these I have been wanting one for about a year now!! I would like to try making some heat transfers!!

  944. I really want to make my mother in law a vinyl quote that I saw for Christmas but I have a list a mile long of things that I want to make with this beauty! Thanks.

  945. First thing I’d make is wall decor!

  946. I would start with the glass etching! I love it!!

  947. Really would love to try my hand at all these wonderful projects that are being displayed using this great machine

  948. I would have to try out the heat transfer. Looks like soooo much fun!

  949. I would start with some vinyl decor for my baby’s room.

  950. I would love to have one to use for scrapbooking! This machine looks great!

  951. Main: I think I would make some Bday invites for my daughters 4th bday coming up! And some decorations!

  952. I would love to create some very cute Halloween themed pillow boxes so I have a cute way to distribute the candy this year.

  953. Vinyl Decor makes people happy. That’s what I would do – make decor and make people happy!

  954. I love the subway art that I have been seeing pop up all over the place. I need some new artwork in my house and this lovely machine would help me achieve that look!

  955. Shared on twitter

  956. shared on facebook fan page

  957. I would love to make some vinyl words for my kitchen!

  958. Leslie Lyons says:

    I would make labels for my glass jars in the kitchen! I really want one!!!!!

  959. I would love to make some christmas deorations.

  960. I’d make custom invites for my kiddo’s birthday party with lots of cool halloween cutouts! 😀

  961. I am excited about EVERY feature! There are so many possibilities but I really want to use the Silhouette to make my hubby’s retirement party from the Navy super special. Cupcake liners, banners, t-shirts, tattoos etc. 🙂 Jeanette

  962. I tweeted about the giveaway. 🙂

  963. Wow! I am so excited that the craft bigwigs have finally come out with a machine that “talks” to Macs! I love my Mac and can’t wait to use it to make custom vinyls for my walls! Thanks!!

  964. Congrats on baby #4!! Hope all goes well!

    The first thing I’d make is those super cute cupcake wrappers! LOVE those!

  965. the vinyl wall art looks so cool! Something for the play room we are working on for the kids would be my first project!

  966. I would love to do favors for different groups I belong to and make vinyl wall decor and love that this machine is Mac compatible

  967. I would make T-shirts and etch every piece of glass I can get my hands on!

  968. What wouldn’t I make with this Silhouette SD. I have friends with babies being born (they need custom onsies) and I have two girls with birthdays that always need to be awesome!!!

  969. would love to use the vinyl to make sayings for my walls and glass etching

  970. sharing on facebook

  971. I shared on FB!

  972. I would first make stuff for my daughters 12th bday party!!!!

  973. What a great machine and giveaway! I would love to make T-shirts for my little ones and for gifts!

  974. I think heat transfer would be the first thing I would do. Although it might be a vinyl something.

  975. I shared this on facebook.

  976. The first thing I would make would be cute personalized t-shirts for my twin boys! This would be so much fun to have! The possibilities are endless!

  977. I would love to win a silhouette! Thanks for the chance. I would use the silhouette for making a simple scrapbook for my Mom who has Alzheimers.

  978. I am a newbie. I am super excited about the heat transfers!

  979. I would make cute cutouts as matted artwork and frame them to decorate my kids rooms and my family room… ok, to decorate my WHOLE house!

  980. I’d make some monograms with the vinyl – and adhere them to some glass vases — for gifts.

  981. Shared on my facebook account!

  982. The first thing I’d end up making would probably be custom vinyl decor, and really anything to customize things for my kitty, Spooky! 😀 I’d definitely go crazy with cards and custom apparel, as well!

  983. I would LOVE to make the cupcake wrappers!

  984. I will be making a sign for my office door… If I don’t win… I’m buying one! ( :

  985. I have some vintage typewriter graphics I’d love to use the Silhouette to transfer them via heat transfer onto canvas for my walls.

  986. I would make a paper craft, such as the cupcake holders.

  987. I want to make matching shirts for all of the girl grandkids in my family – all of their names begin with “A” and it would be such a fun surprise to send a picture of all of them to my mom with their “A” shirts on!!

  988. I would make everything from cupcake liners, to banners, to place cards for a Halloween party that I am throwing! Oh heck, who am I kidding, I couldn’t wait a whole month, I would probably start making Christmas gifts as soon as I got it! Etched glass gifts anyone?

  989. I would make a complete party for my girl who has a birthday soon! Shirts, invites, cupcake holders,……

  990. Would love to finally try one of these…

  991. Yeissen Lowe says:

    Thanks so much for the chance!!!
    I think I would have to make EVERYTHING first!!! I love throwing parties so I would throw one just so I can make the invites, and banners, and favors and decor with my new silhouette!!! 🙂

  992. I’d love to make some t-shirt decals for Halloween for my little one!

  993. I recently retired and am in the process of updating our house. I would definitely make some wall sayings as my first project.

  994. Prsents, of couse! Love the vinyl on tile idea!

  995. I would love to give the heat transfers a try first so cool thanks for a great giveaway!

  996. I’d probably go crazy and lock myself in a room to try EVERYTHING all in one day. First up, cute vinyl stickers for my cupcake boxes (I’m an amateur cupcake baker!).

  997. I’d have to make some wall decor for my newly renovated house! Plus, we just found out we’re expecting and I’ve had little crafty projects for a baby’s room running through my head! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome machine!

  998. I LOOOVE the tatoos! It would be so fun to learn how to make custom tats for me and the kids!!

  999. I have been OBSESSED with the silhouette for months, but cant afford it yet, so of course i would LOVE to win!!! I would use it mostly for parties and paper crafts like cupcake toppers, cupcake holders, banners, signs, etc… I’ll tell you more about my mind exploding with silhouette projects when I win 😉 *fingers crossed* -Marie

  1000. Iwould love to make some sayings for my home and t-shirts for my six grandchildren.

  1001. I would live to do the glass etching, vinyl and paper crafts (scrapbooking and cards) it would actually be great for cutting patterns for quilting.

  1002. The first thing I’d use it for would be some gorgeous vinyl wall decor. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  1003. Shared on facebook! 🙂

  1004. Natalie Hansen says:

    I would love to use the Silhouette to make all sorts of vinyl projects , but in seeing the other things it can do I think glass etching, and heat transfers are awesome too.

  1005. And shared on Twitter as well. 🙂

  1006. I would make banners with it!!! FUN!!!

  1007. I sooooo want one of these!! I would make heat transfers galore!

  1008. Angie Smith says:

    I would love to make something with the heat transfer! Thanks for the fabulous giveaway. I hope you and baby are well! Congratulations!

  1009. My first project would be a vinyl tree to put on the wall of my boys’ room. My oldest son loves monkeys and I would either put shelves or hooks over the branches to put stuffed monkeys on them.

  1010. I shared on fb!

  1011. I shared on my blogger.