Cyber Monday Deal and FANTASTIC giveaway! ($300+ value)

 

I have some exciting news.
Silhouette will be offering another one of their craft cutters to one of you readers…….for free.  And if you remember the last time I showed you what this little beauty could do, it includes a lot.
So, one of you are going to be very lucky.
And how perfect.
Just in time for the holidays.

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**And a little secret up front?**
(Silhouette will be offering their biggest discount ever, right here on Make It and Love It on Cyber-Monday, Nov. 29th. 
Just in case you’re not feeling lucky…..but are itching to have one, there’s a fabulous deal for you.  The machine plus some goodies, will all be available for their lowest price ever at $199.00.  Enter: ‘makeit‘ at checkout…….but offer only valid on Nov. 29th 4am-midnight EST.
See you here on the 29th!)
So, what’s a Silhouette?
(Found here.)

It’s a sleek little machine that hooks up to your computer and cuts out/draws the shapes/letters that you tell it to.  So all you need is your machine, your computer, and the cords to hook the two together.  That’s it.  

(But you can also use an SD card with your image info and use your Silhouette wherever you go…)
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Nope, no shape cartridges.
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It comes with many adorable shape and cutout files for no charge at all.  And then you can use all of the letter fonts from your own computer, to design your own cut outs.  You can even create your own shapes and logos, just how you like them.
But if you want more, they have a little online image store, where you can buy all sorts of different shapes, letters, phrases, cutouts, etc……and then upload them instantly to your computer.
It seemed like there were thousands.
Here’s a sampling…
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Each download is priced at $0.99 but the more you buy, the cheaper they become.  They have a subscription going on right now where your downloads are as cheap as $0.14 a download. Love the savings!  And I love all of the little promos they have (and the free weekly download).  And they have designers that come out with new images each week.
(Oh, and you can also upload images from your other favorite companies out there.)
Wondering what you can really do with this machine?
You can cut vinyl to match your home perfectly…..
Or make cut outs for your scrapbooking needs……
And even make paper cut-outs for all sorts of reasons….
And wow, make the cutest little cards without the hassle of cutting so many different little things with scissors.

 

 

And I’ve been making a few more projects with it lately.
Especially because Christmas is upon us and I was thinking of gift giving.
Oh, and a few other ideas.
But if you scroll down to the post below (or click here), you’ll see that I made these little zippered pouches, using iron-on vinyl…….which was cut using the Silhouette.  I also used the Silhoutte to cut out a template so that I could use craft paint on that little green pouch.  Worked great!
And they are the perfect little pouches for gifts.
The perfect size to stuff with jewelry, hand-made cards, gift cards, treats, etc.

And each is fully lined inside. Adding more color.  Ooh, how I love me some color!

 

And in case you missed some of my past projects using the Silhouette, here are a few.
Using Iron-On vinyl for clothes.  (Tutorial found here.)
Vinyl on the walls, ipod, computer, and growth chart.  (Tutorials found here.)
And glass etching.  (Tutorial found here.)
There really are so many uses for this little Silhouette.
And I have completely enjoyed having my little companion in my craft room.
And like I mentioned above, Silhouette will be offering their biggest discount ever, right here on Make It and Love It on Cyber-Monday, Nov. 29th.
The machine (plus some extras), will all be available for their lowest price ever at $199.00.
Enter: ‘makeit‘ at checkout…….but offer only valid on Nov. 29th 4am-midnight EST.
20 hours only…..mark those calendars.
See you on the 29th!
Silhouette Electronic Cutting Tool
(Click on image above to visit site.) 

But let me show you what that includes.

  • 1 Silhouette Machine ($299)
  • 1 Roll of Cream Vinyl (value $7.99)
  • 1 Roll of Transfer Tape (Value $7.99)
  • 1 Home Decor CD (Value $55.00)
  • 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
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Eeeeeeh, how exciting!

 

But as for the free Silhouette…..this is what one of you little luckies will be getting!
  • Silhouette machine
  • Software for Windows XP/Vista
  • Power cable, USB cable
  • 2 Cutting mats (one for thick media, one for thin media)
  • Cutting blade
  • $10 gift card to the Silhouette Online Store

 

Do you have some projects in mind?

Some gift ideas that you must make?

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!giveaway closed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
Here’s how to enter to win:
(U.S. Residents only)
Visit the silhouette site here…….then browse around for a while.
Then come back here and let me know in one comment how you would use your machine.
(example: I would use it for scrapbooking, or for card-making, or for vinyl wall art, etc.  ……..Or maybe you would use it for EVERYTHING!)
So visit the site, comment back on this post, and you’re done.
Only one comment per person.
(Make sure to leave your email so that I can contact you if you won.)  

 

**Not sure how to leave a comment?
Make sure you are at the Make It and Love It site (not reading from an email or google reader) and scroll down to the bottom of this post.  You will see in smaller print, “Posted By Ashley”, then a time, and then the word “Comments” with a number by it.  That number signifies how many people have left comments.  Click on the word “Comments” and a new screen will pop up.  On the right side, there is an empty white box where you can leave a comment, enter your info below it, and then publish your comment.  Your comment will appear at the bottom of the list of comments.  That’s it.
Any questions? Email me at [email protected]

 

This giveaway ends Sunday, November 28th, at midnight (EST).
Good luck! 

***Edit: Apparently there is a comment max and no more comments are being allowed under this post.  So scroll down to the post below (or click here) and I you will still be added to this giveaway.  Thanks!

 

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!giveaway closed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Comments

4,934 Responses to “Cyber Monday Deal and FANTASTIC giveaway! ($300+ value)”
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    Jennifer says:

    I would use it for just about everything! My first project would probably be some glass etching.

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    Shellsea says:

    I would use it for vinyl wall art and making gift boxes. Thanks!

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    Jennie says:

    The question is: what WOULDN'T I use it for? I would love to have this! The first thing I would probably use it for wall art though.

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    superstella says:

    Probably vinyl art (for walls and windows) and making fun iron-on transfers for clothes. But my first project would probably be a scrapbook! Our little one is turning 1 soon and I know both his grandmothers would love having a scrapbook of his first year.

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    Luke and Tina says:

    This has been on my wish list for the longest time. I have so many projects I want to do and maybe I will finally get caught up on my scrapbooking.

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    Bree says:

    Oh dear…what WOULDN'T I do with this? I would probably try to cover very nearly every surface in my house with some sort of vinyl decoration.

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    Jenni says:

    I would use it to jazz up boring store bought gift bags and wrapping paper. Adding a personal little touch of my own to the gifts that I love to give. And of course a temperary tatoo! :)

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    Joni says:

    Wall decor! Wall decor! and then everything else….

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    Abbi says:

    I'd definitely use it for scrapbooking and glass etching for my husband's homemade pickled jalapenos!

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    Diana says:

    Ohh, wall art, organization, and bears, oh my!
    baker bits at gmail.com

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    Taralee says:

    I would use the vinyl cutouts to finish off a forward facing bookshelf that I've been meaning to spruce up.

    and i love the idea of iron on vinyl cuts!

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    Jaimee Blood says:

    The cards are so cute and easy to make!! I would use it for that plus just about everything! My fingers are crossed!!

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    twrightgirl says:

    oh wow! this is awesome! i would use this to decorate the walls of my three beautiful little girls rooms! This would be perfect for that!

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    Jake and Trisha Goodman says:

    I would use it for everything, but scrapbooking would be at the top of the list!

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    Vanessa says:

    I would use it most for iron on vinyl projects, but I'm already brainstorming tons of other fun projects too!

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    Sarah says:

    I would definetly do some vinyl wall art, but I also enjoy scrapbooking and cardmaking too. I would get a LOT of use out of this! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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    Marilyn says:

    I would use it for everything! I think the first project I would do would be some vinyl wall art.

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    Erin says:

    I REALLY want a Silhouette! I would use it for everything, too–vinyl decals first. I love that there are no cartridges! inbetweenlaundry.blogspot.com

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    BeeBaker says:

    Oh man! I love everything about the Silhouette! I would love to do heat transfer onesies and totes. Or maybe cupcake sleeves. Or both. Or everything. :)

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    Holly Jo says:

    I would use this wonderful machine mostly for Vinyl. I want one soooo bad.

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    Erin says:

    I would use it for everything but I'd really like to try the glass etching!

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    The Childs says:

    I would use it for decorating my walls. This machine can give everything a personal touch.

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    Amy says:

    I would make some shirts and glass etching to start with…so much fun! Thank you!

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    KK says:

    Pick me!! I would use it for some wall art for sure! :) And some glass etching. :)

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    The Geeky Seamstress says:

    I would use it to help 'bring the geek' to all of my sewing, omg, it'd be awsome… space invaders pencil case anyone?

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    Chris says:

    Are you kidding me?!?! Fabulous give-a-way. I would definitely use my silhouette for anything and everything. Top 2 things on my list would be trying out some vinyl wall art and also for card making. (crossing my fingers now!)

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    Julie says:

    I would use it for all sorts of things, but I think especially on some wall decor.

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    Sisters of Grace says:

    Hmmm.. what I would use it for? EVERYTHING!!! cardmaking, scrapbooking…

    ♥Michelle

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    Leah Hatton says:

    This is the second time I've entered a contest for a silhouette. I pretty much would use it for everything. i would freezer paper stencil everything in sight (pillow cases, onesies, tea towels) and would use it to glass etch some drinking glasses for christmas gifts!

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    Nancy says:

    I would definitely use it for everything! T-shirts, wall vinyl, and those zippered pouches are on my list too!

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    Kimberly says:

    I have had my eye on one of these for so long!! It is just way out of my price range. I hope hope hope I win this one!

    I would use it for everything! Vinyl, scrapbooking, vinyl etching, christmas craft projects, etc!

    Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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    Shelise says:

    I'd probably use it most for vinyl decor, custom clothing and cards.

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    Alice Jane says:

    First off, I would use it to decorate the baby room for the baby that we've been waiting to get for 3 years.

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    Sarah says:

    Everything!!! But I really really want to try the heat transfers!!!!

    sarah8914 at gmail dot com

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    Mrs. B says:

    I desperately want one of these machines! I have many projects in mind, including vinyl wall art and tattoos for my sons to "match" their dad! My first "project" would be cards for my husband who is deployed to Bahrain for the next eight months. Home made cards just seem perfect to be able to make (for me) and send to him through this difficult time.

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    Meadows Market says:

    Oh my goodness-I would just die if I won a Silhouette machine! I've been wanting to try the glass etching, but am too lazy to cut designs out by hand. But, I wouldn't stop there, there's too many things to do-Christmas would be a handmade holiday!!!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

    -Ashley

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    Renee says:

    I'd start off with some vinyl wall art then see where the muse takes me from there ;)

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    Jaime says:

    Ahh!! I'd use it for everything! I especially love the possibilities for the vinyl wall art and heat-transfer material.

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    Lindsay says:

    I think I would have to try everything, but I would focus on the vinyl wall art and clothing iron on! What fun! My mind is reeling with ideas!

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    Amber says:

    I would love to have one of these to make cute baby shower invitations for my sister-in-law and of course, much, much more!

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    jednoiglec says:

    What a fun giveaway!

    I would use it for Custom Apparel, Vinyl Decor and Glass Etched Projects – that's for sure! But the rest of possibilities looks nice too:) I'm not a scraper, but maybe I would become one? :)))

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    Kaeli&Kyle says:

    Oh my friend has a silouhette and I want one!!! I have so many projects that I am always asking her to borrow hers.. I would love my own to use for everything crafty!

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    Diana and Scott says:

    I've been wanting one of those for the longest time. I would be using it to follow your tutorial on some of the wonderful things you've made with it. Love the spruced up kids' clothing. I have a baby girl coming any day now and would love to make something cute for her.

    Thank you,

    Diana H
    hardydiana(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Natali says:

    Oh how I would love to win this! I would use it for custom clothing and also pretty things to frame and hang in the house :-)Thank you for hosting this giveaway!

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    Jill Manning says:

    For sewing projects! What an awesome giveaway!

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    Alison says:

    oh my goodness. I think I would die if I won this, it's so amazing. I would love it for glass etching, but I would especially use it for making cards. Sometimes I don't make what I want to because I don't want to cut a bunch of tiny things! :)

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    Charity says:

    I would use it for just about everything! I would probably start with vinyl projects…for my wall's, plates, jars…the options are endless!!

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    Laura D says:

    Wow – what a great giveaway. I would use it primarily for scrapbooking although the vinyl wall art looks very interesting too.

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    flat yeast bread says:

    NoT scrapbboking, but pretty much everything else. vinyl art, and glass etching for SURE!

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    KDM says:

    I would using for scrapbooking..my daughter for vinyl wall decoration.

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    Iris says:

    I have so many projects that I could use this for! But I too would love to do some glass etching.

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    Lexie & Jeff says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING! My first project would be making vinyl labels to organized my craft bins.

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    Kristine says:

    Wow- what a great giveaway! I would love a Silhouette for sewing projects and paper crafts!

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    Jenny! says:

    Wow…I have to admit I never saw this before. AMAZING :) I have my daughters first bday coming up and you just inspired me with my original place setting souvenir!!! I saved up all the baby food jars i might use as votives or little sugar and lemon juice spa treatments goodies (for the mommas)…but with that machine I can use the etched glass feature!!! Im so excited…i figure I can try my luck!!!! :) This is an exciting concept…I def wanna make those zipper pouches gotta save money this year for xmas and what better than to give homemade gifts!!! LOVE YOUR COLOR combos too by the way!

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    Andy, Amy & Addysen says:

    I would use this for just about anything! I think I would get the most use out of this by making cutouts for scrapbooking and card making. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Anshu says:

    Gosh! I can use it for so many things, decorating my bare walls, completing my scrapbook and on and on…
    Let me win it..pretty please
    anshu.points at gmail dot com

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    ...Love Shannon... says:

    I would looooove to use this for cute matching outfits for my identical twin nieces. Vinyl cutting for decorating my new townhome would go so much faster! And of course glass etching for Christmas/Wedding presents! I have wanted one for FOREVER!

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    Rauni says:

    Oh my would I love one of these!! The first thing I would make is decals for my iPod touch!

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    semicrunchymama says:

    I've been wishing for one of these machines ever since I first heard about it. What wouldn't I do with it?! I'm dreaming of making t-shirts, wall decor, glass etching, embellishments for scrapbook pages and Christmas cards…and the list goes on!

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    Ann says:

    Everything. I would use it for everything!!!

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    Jamie says:

    Oh I would just love this! I would definately use it for card making!!

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    CaLynn says:

    Thank you for this opportunity! :D :D I mostly would use it for scrapbooking, but i know id like to make a menu board and some other home decorations too – or!! play with fabric ideas like youve shown:D

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    Rush Family says:

    shirt appliques

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    Jillary says:

    I would use it for scrapbooking, cards, vinyl, everything. This looks super fun!

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    Jeana says:

    I would want to try everything but I think would want to try the glass etching first.

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    Mills says:

    Wow! The possibilities are endless, but I think I would start out with making some wall art and cards…after that, the sky's the limit!

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    Bonnie says:

    I have been wanting one of these so bad! I'd use it for wall vinyls first, then just about everything after that :)

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    kristen says:

    I would totally use it for freezer paper stenciling. It's time-consuming to cut that stuff out by hand, plus it would allow for some really amazing designs! And of course I'd have to try my hand at the glass etching!

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    Diana Joy says:

    I would use it for my scrapbooking: titles, embellishments and lots and lots of flowers. Wow that would be so cool. Thanks.

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    Heather Byrne says:

    I would use it for anything and everything…think its pretty awesome!

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    jacs says:

    Maybe vinyl wall art. But probably everything. lol. :)

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    THE GIFFORDS says:

    What wouldn't I use the Silhouette for? That thing does EVERYTHING!!! Every part of my life could be beautified by this little machine!!!

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    Mike and Alicia says:

    I would use it for everything! Mostly scrapbooking and vinyl though!

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    Lisa says:

    Wow. This is the most exciting giveaway. The past couple of weeks I've been wishing and dreaming about owning one of these beauties. I will cross my fingers. My first project would definitely be the pottery barn number art tutorial I found at Paisley Pink Polka Dots blog. Then I would proceed to use it for everything. I am dreaming of making awesome gifts for everyone!!

    Lisa

    lisalynnreed at gmail dot com

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    Danielle says:

    I would love to use it for everything, but the first thing I would prob do is make clothes for the kids with it!

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    laurahill says:

    I have abotu 20 different vinyl wall projects i have been wanting to do….and about a million other things too. Have been drooling over the Silhouette for months now!

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    amber lee says:

    I would use it for everything, but especially for vinyl wall hangings. :)

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    Colette says:

    The first project I would use it for would be to try out the vinyl for shirts, after that I would use it for everything.

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    Meredith says:

    Oh gosh, I'd use it for scrapbooking and cards which I already make. I'd love to be able to do the etched glass and vinyl wall art. The possibilities are endless:)

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    Nada says:

    I would use this SO MUCH… scrapbooking, card making, home decor, sewing, invites, clothing. I have an old cricut, and would love this (just can't afford the upgrade!)!

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    TammyW says:

    Oh man I would use it for everything. I'd probably start with wall art or scrapbooking. I'd love some iron on vinyl for clothing too. Oh the possibilities.

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    Tami says:

    I would make a welcome vinyl sign for my front door first! But, there is so much and I cannot wait to try it all.

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    Heather says:

    Thanks so much for the draw, what an awesome one! I would LOVE the Silhouette. My daughter wants "clouds on a blue sky" in her new bedroom. That would be my first project. From there, every room would receive vinyl wall art! Then T shirts for kid birthdays, etc….Cheers, HeatherB.

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    2tberrys says:

    I would make freezer paper onesies for our new son arriving soon. I want one of these sooo bad!

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    Megan says:

    OH MY GOODNESS?! I want one so, so, so much!! I'd use it for everything and anything I could think of. The first thing I'd do would be some iron-on transfers for something cute for my adorable little girl to wear (and maybe me too!) And for sure homemade cards, scrapbooks, and wall art. I'm getting ansty just thinking about the possibilities!!

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    Elise Hymas says:

    I would use it for so many things! First I would do some vinyl wall art, scrapbooking, and glass etching. And then come up with some creative ideas for other things to use it for.

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    Marie Olson says:

    Snowflakes. Oh how I LOVE snowfalkes. Paper, stencils, vinyl, the works.

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    Mel says:

    I have a list about a mile long of crafts waiting to be completed with a great product like the Silhouette! I'm probably most eager to create some vinyl art for my front door and bedroom. Later will come the scrapbooking!

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    Cailín says:

    for everything and anything. I want one sooooooooooo bad.

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    Kelli says:

    I would use it to make throw pillows, clothes for my daughter, glass etching, home decor, card making, gifts, and everything else! I would love to own this thing!

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    Brandon and Diedre Sloan says:

    OH I want a silhouette so bad I have had my eye on it for a while now, I would use it for everything!! Especially scrapbooking it would make my scrapbooks look so much better and in half the time I spend on scrapbooking!! This machine is AWESOME!!!

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    Mitzi says:

    Wow! Being honest, money is very tight, so I would be using it to make home-made gifts!! And maybe take orders from friends to make a few dollars. What a blessing to the winner!

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    Down By the Bey's says:

    Oh man, I've wanted one of these babies for awhile! I would love to use it for vinyl wall art and making cute stuff for my kids. This is such an awesome giveaway!

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    Selena says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING!!! I love to scrapbook and I'm behind on my daughters, I would put vinyl all over my house (of course super cute) I love Vinyl, I would make cards, I would also use it for parties, I throw lots of parties!!!

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    Tiffany says:

    I would definitely use it for vinyl wall art and for vinyl t-shirt transfers (for cute customized baby gift onesies)…oh I SO want one of these!!

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    Loren says:

    I love to make personal onsies as shower presents and the silhouette would be perfect for vinyl!

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    sweeter than cupcakes says:

    I would love to make some of those cute cupcake wrappers.

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    Tenille says:

    I would use it for vinyl wall art. My place is in need of some cute art on the wall.

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    Julie says:

    I would cover my walls with fabulous sayings, vinylize my kids…the possibilities are endless!!

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    Rebecca says:

    I envision a little bit of everything. But immediately, I have a soon-to-be niece that could use some fun decorated onesies!

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    melissa says:

    i would it for the glass etching and wall art.. but i would love to try some new techniques.

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    Jamie says:

    I would use it for everything! First would be for glass etching though I think.

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    Melanie says:

    There are so many ways I could use this– I couldn't possibly list them all here! I think the first thing I would try would be wall vinyls or glass etching!

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    April says:

    Please random number generator choose me- I have so many projects/gifts in mind. I would star with wall art!

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    ☆*Ashleigh*☆ says:

    First of all I think the pouches are adorable. I would use the cutter for AS MUCH & ANYTHING I could think of. You can customise so much, how wonderful. Top of the list would be scrapbooking (I have alot of that to catch up on!).

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    Lorrie says:

    I would use it for so many things! First to make cute labels for my baby food jars turned crafty trinket holders!

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    Hannah J says:

    Well, the first thing I think I'd do is a growth chart to hang in the nursery. Or. . .a few personalized Christmas cards?!

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    Jacob And Angie Ward says:

    I would use it for lots of things but my first 2 projects would be vinyl wall art and cute t-shirts for the kids.

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    Courtney says:

    Oh goodness – how exciting! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE scrapbooking, and this would make that so much easier!

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    gilchrist says:

    I would use it for vinyl wall decorations first since we will be moving soon.

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    sydlovesfrisbee says:

    Glass etching and scrapbook titles.

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    Katie says:

    I would use it for home decorating. My home needs a creative update!

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    emhillrd says:

    WOW this little machine does so much! I would definitely use it for iron on transfers and some vinyl wall art to start!

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    Lara says:

    I'd use it for vinyl wall art for sure… and for personalizing and organizing items!

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    Kara Lynn says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING!! Probably mostly to decorate my house.

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    Stephanie says:

    I have seen lots of people using the vinyl and would be interested in playing around with that aspect. I also would LOVE to stop cutting out the pieces for my freezer paper stencils with an exacto knife!

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    Mila says:

    Vinyl wall art! Definitely vinyl wall art!

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    Jessica Davis says:

    Love it all. I would use it for everything!

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    Amy says:

    I would pretty much use this fancy little machine for everything! Vinyl wall art, cards, and many more projects I have on my to do list.

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    mindy says:

    Oh where would I begin? I am thinking FABRIC!

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    Cara says:

    Oh I want one so bad!!! I would use it for everything, but probably most for vinyl wall art and iron-on transfers for clothing. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE let me win! I swear I'm the biggest "Make It Love It" fan out there. It would probably creep you out if you knew exactly how much time I spend on your blog :0)

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    Kim says:

    I think I would use this machine to help me feel "crafty." I am not as crafty as I would like… but I have had my eye on this machine for awhile. I would love to do the glass etching, first off!

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    Georgianna says:

    please please please I hope I win. I actually need this so I know that God loves me. :)

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    Donna says:

    Glass Etching! I have the trifle bowl that needs those pretty little birds to decorate it!

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    Ms.Curdy says:

    So awesome! I have a billion ideas on how to use it but mostly my house needs handmade decor!

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    Melanie says:

    I would love it for some wall art in my bedrooms!

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    Zach 'n' Jack says:

    I would DEFINITELY use it for everything, but especially vinyl wall art and clothes. Fantastic!

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    Britney says:

    so fun! i would love to use this for glass etching for christmas gifts!!!

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    Pamela and Austin Matthews (and Family) says:

    I have soooo many ideas! I would do vinyl, decorations, spice up some of my shirts, the list goes on and on!

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    Anne says:

    You are such an inspiration! I am a poor grad student, but one of these babies is on my to-buy list as soon as I get a 'real' job! I'd make everything you made – I love the decorated laptop and mp3 player!

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    Stacey says:

    This looks like such a neat machine! I would use it to make SO many things. Sewing projects, gifts for friends and family. I think the best part about it would be exploring all of the fun and creative ways I can use it!

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    Cindy's Custom Creations says:

    I would use it to cut vinyl! Thanks!

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    Madalyn says:

    DEFINITELY the vinyl wall art. I'd spruce up my beige box of a military base house!

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    Rachel says:

    Oh please pick me! Today is my birthday– that would be the coolest thing ever to win this! I love all your ideas– I want to make some cute clothes for my daughter, I'd like to try glass etching, and I love making cute signs too!

    racheldowd07 at gmail dot com

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    Jessica says:

    I've wanted one of these ever since they came out. I convinced my mom to buy one and the plan is to share. But if I won how cool would that be?!?!?! I'd use it for just about everything. Cards, shirts, vinyl cutouts for the house. Anything and everything!

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    Megan says:

    I would use it for everything!!! Right now I am hand cutting a stencil, so that would be amazing to have for stencils. Wall decals. everything.

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    Rebecca says:

    I would use it for everything, but especially making cards!

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    Aleisha says:

    Vinyl for sure! Enter me in it to WIN IT!

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    The Goldthorpe Family says:

    I would use it on for vinyl wall art, for crafting, to spruce up some bland areas in my house. I'm pretty sure I would use it for everything!

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    marni says:

    i would use it for lots of things, but the first thing i would use it for is to label my garbage/recycling bins! thank you so much for the contest!

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    n8'swife says:

    I would love it for paper! Die cuts, cards, scrapbooking….

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    Jenn says:

    I would totally use that to decorate my house! Every room! What an awesome machine!

    Jenn

    jenn @ ourfoxfamily dot com

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    jlhouser says:

    I would use this for everything!! I have been lusting over the Silhouette machine ever since I started following your blog!!

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    A says:

    I love this! I feel my creative juices flowing ; ) I would use it for just about everything. I would probably use it in my daughter's room a lot at first!

    sweetasberries(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Kelsey says:

    Oh my- I would use it for EVERYTHING. I've been wanting one forever- amazing giveaway :)

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    Telamarie says:

    I would use it for, um, a MILLION different projects! Scrapbooking, sewing projects, glass etching, decorating….the list goes on and on!

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    Lois says:

    I would make vinyl wall decals!

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    Ash says:

    OOOOh I would LOVE to use it to cut vinyl! I love this so much!

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    Kristi says:

    I would do some glass etching and some iron on transfers and vinyl for sure!! Maybe it will give me the little push I need to start making cards and scrapbooking because I know I'll be hooked if I try it!

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    Vicky says:

    I'd use it for almost anything….we've just moved to a new apartment,so walls vinyls would come first. Then, I have a friend who's getting married, so….wedding invitations??? So many ideas!

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    Laura says:

    I would use it on fabric the make stencils and iron on transfers. It can do such great things.

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    Rebecca says:

    What wouldn't I use it for? I love that you can use it with fabric!!!!!!!!

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    sue says:

    I would use it for everything. But what I would really like to try is glass etching.

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    Erin says:

    I would use it for glass ectching, vinyl and card making.
    erinisadiamond at hotmail dot com

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    Sara M. says:

    I'm so excited for this give away. I would use it for EVERYthing. Wall art, glass etching, scrapbooking, card making! Oh boy I really want this!

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    Misty says:

    the possibilities are endless on what i'd make with this machine!

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    Jay&Nic says:

    I am in luuurve! I would use it for everything! I am a huge fan of vinyl and this beauty would keep me busy! Love it!

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    Emalee says:

    I would use the silhouette for pretty much everything, but probably mostly crafting and cutting vinyl.

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    Catherine says:

    Talk about endless possibilities. I'd love to make some wall decals for Christmas gifts, etch some glass for myself, and use it for a little motivation to get moving on my scrapbooks.

    Thanks for the chance! *fingers crossed*

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    MandiCoulter says:

    i want to make wall growth charts for my children, so i would use it for that :)

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    My Little Lambie says:

    I would use the heat transfer function for kid's shirts.

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    Liz says:

    I want it for paper crafting and vinyl! looks very very lovely.

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    Adam and Sarah says:

    An easier question to answer would be what WOULDN'T I use it for??? I think my absolute favorite thing to use it on would be vinyl for my walls and other home decor. I would ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ to win this! :) Fingers crossed!

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    Amy says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING! Especially to spice up gifts!

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    Amy from Our Dish says:

    I really want to go hog-wild with glass etching… but really, EVERYTHING!!!

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    Marie says:

    I would use it for vinyl wall art

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    Nicki says:

    I'd probably start with some card-making or some iron-ons for some shirts for my little boy… I would have so much fun with this machine!!

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    Karen says:

    Vinyl wall decor for sure!!! And now after seeing your project – vinyl iron on as well!!!

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    Jody says:

    I can think of a ba-jillion things I would make with this, but I'd actually probably give it to a dear friend who has been pining for one for ages. So, thank you for the chance, and I really hope I win!

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    Tilisa says:

    I would use it for cutting vinyl for pretty much anything and everything, cards, iron on transfers, I guess for pretty much everything! Thanks!

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    Megan King says:

    Well…where do I begin?! We have a little boy and just found out we are adding a little girl to the family BUT they will be sharing a room (med school=tight budget). SO I would love to use this to help redecorate the nursery to it is more neutral gender…this can seriously help! Here's to feelin' lucky!

    megananderson83 at gmail dot com

    Thanks!

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    Rebecca says:

    I would probably use it first for card-making, but I'm really curious to try vinyls. Eventually, probably I would tray anything and everything!

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    Jana says:

    ahhh. the possibilities. first on my list is a darling vinyl tree for my daughter's room.

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    Aubrey says:

    I know they say it might not work on fabric, but I would love to try it and see!

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    Valerie says:

    I would use it for just about everything.

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    Janelle says:

    i would use it for vinyl, scrapbooking & iron ons. crossing fingers & thank you so much for the opportunity!

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    Joe, Christina, & Rocky says:

    Everytime I look at it I think of a new project I want to do. I'm in 4 weddings next year, so I'd LOVE to make fun bridesmaids shirts. I really want to do vinyl on my walls. Glass etching would be awesome for all these christmas presents/wedding presents – I mean really, what can't I do?!

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    M.L.J.C. says:

    I would use this for EVERYTHING! I love the idea of homemade cards, sewing projects and those cute paper cut-outs.

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    Tillie says:

    I want to make EVERYTHING! I want to make vinyl wall covering, cards, EVERYTHING!!!!

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    Bascopes says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING! I make cards and scrapbook but I also love all the home decor you can do with it!!!

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    Amy says:

    I would use if for all kinds of things. I would love the iron on vinyl. I would make some cool wall art. I would make paper crafts. Oh the endless projects.

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    Bryce & Cortney Alvord says:

    I'd use it for everything but mainly wall art and iron ons for my son!! So awesome!!

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    Cami and Shelby says:

    I love the glass etching and the vinyl wall art! I love how many things you can use it for!

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    jayhawkmomma says:

    This thing is great!! I would use it for wall art and making my kids clothes go from drab to fab.

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    Tiffany L says:

    This could cause trouble in my house "yes kids i'll be right there" (and 3 days later i come out of my office)….I would first use it for some vinyl wall art, and i'm loveing the iron on vinyl on the shirts, i also want to make some pillow case dresses/tunics for my daughter and the iron on would add some interest!

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    Michele says:

    Umm…what wouldn't I use this for?! I have some many fun projects in mind for it; like actually sending out Christmas cards, putting vinyl on my walls, add iron ons to a new diaper bag…the list goes on! I'm so stinkin' excited!

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    Kourtney says:

    I would use it for heat transfers!

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    Nancy's Couture says:

    This is on my Wish List!!! I would use it for everything. Vinyl for the car, t-shirt transfer designs, tattoos, freezer paper stencils…..just to name a few things!

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    Dacia says:

    I have been wanting one of these FOREVER! I would probably start with some Wall art but I love EVERYTHING it does!

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    Karen says:

    I see many personalized items in my future. A small flower on my plain tshirt to decorative elements on my walls. Really interesting product. I hope i win! = )

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    Jen says:

    Oh would love to win!! I think I may use it most for wall decoration.

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    Coordination Queen says:

    The possibilities are endless! But I think I'd start with vinyl wall art.

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    Jennifer Burgett says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING!
    From vinyl to temp tattoos, from glass etching to card making, from scrapbooking to . . . . the list goes on and on!

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    Anonymous says:

    Ohhh!! I was just thinking I wanted this to cut out an image to decorate fabric storage bins using spray paint and freezer paper. sal4qtatgmaildotcom

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    Leslie says:

    I would use it for scrapbooking as well as the vinyl wall art! I love the glass etching too, so possibly that

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    Kimberly says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING. Oh, the projects I already have in mind. Thanks! :)

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    Marci says:

    Well, seeing as how my birthday is the 29th… that would be about the best present there is!!! Just sayin'.
    I'd mainly use it for appliques, etching and sign making… but I've ALWAYS wanted to do vinyl wall art!!!

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    Kate says:

    Oh man, what wouldn't I use this for?! The first thing I would probably do first is make customized baby onesies with vinyl appliques for my friends children, my toddler, and my newborn. I would also use it to give my clients personalized items- it would be a nice little surprise for them. I have been wanting one of these for so long!

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    Sara says:

    I would use this for EVERYTHING! Especially scrapbooking and crafting!!

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    Shelley says:

    What wouldn't I use it for? I would LOVE to have one of these, but the best inspiriation were those adorable t-shirts you made with them. Sooo cute!

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    kygirlpinkpearls says:

    What a fabulous giveaway! I would use the Silhouette for card-making and making bookmarks for my sorority philanthropy projects. Not to mention, making door signs and wall art for all my sisters!

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    Tristina says:

    I would use this for everything! My mom (who lives 4 hours away) has one and it is wonderful. Whenever I go to visit her I come with a list of this to be cut on hers. Oh, how great it would be to have my own!

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    Rebecca says:

    I would use it for my son's shirts!!

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    Sarah says:

    hmm…so many options! I would probably use it to make iron on transfers for onsies for my kiddo…but then…glass etching, card making, wall vinyl….

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    Christina says:

    I LOVE this giveaway! I would use it for everything, but mostly some freezer paper stenciling of baby items and maybe some wall art!

    jacobandchristina @ gmail . com

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    Shelly says:

    I would definitely use it for vinyl wall lettering and glass etching for my dishes!!

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    Kim says:

    Definetly would use it for just about everything. I'm really excited about the vinyl lettering and gift box making abilities. Oh and the iron on transfers. Of course :)

    My house is in DIRE need of a Silhouette!!!

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    Kristin says:

    I would use it first for tshirt transfers. Then once I figured out a good quote I would use it for a wall vinyl for my 2nd bathroom. I have been drooling over this for awhile now!

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    Mrs. Sprouse says:

    I'd use it to make holiday cards.

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    Liz says:

    I've seriously never entered any of the giveaways on any craft blog/website! Crazy, I know! But just reading about and seeing all that you can do with the Silhouette is motivating me to get back into the swing of scrapping, and sewing, and decorating, and…and…all the gazzillion ideas I've got! I'd use it for everything it can do!

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    Angie says:

    Wow! I would love to have one of these. Aside from everything, I would use it to make my own fabric prints. I can just imagine the possibilities! Pick me!

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    L&M says:

    I am moving into a new house and can't wait to put some vinyl up on the walls!

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    Dana Enzor says:

    I would love to use this to make some super cute baby shower and wedding shower gifts!

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    Melanie says:

    Ugh, I want one so bad!!! I would use it to decorate my walls and for crafts.

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    Jamie says:

    I would use it for vinyl crafting! And, um… everything else it can do. Its amazing!

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    Emily says:

    I would use it for everything! I have two small boys and tons of nieces and nephews AND we are getting ready to renovate a house…so many ideas and no silhouette. My hubby also wants to use it to decorate fishing poles.

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    Bailee says:

    Vinyl Lettering for sure!! I've been wanting one oh so bad but we just can't fit into the budget! Oh what a beauty.

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    Leah says:

    I already have a half a dozen vinyl ideas in mind! Man, do I want this baby!!!

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    Sarah says:

    Card making is tops on my crafty list, but I'd also love to try etching glass with the vinyl. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Mindy says:

    I would use it for everything! I would love to start off with some vinyl wall art though! What a GREAT product!

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    Shasta says:

    ahh! They're giving away another one! My craft room would be complete with this booger and I would most definitely use it for everything. I am crazy about the glass etching and making the stencils on this would be much easier than trying to cut something out myself! LOVE IT!

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    Rachael says:

    I would use it for crafts around my house and card making!!! Oh I love it! Pick me! :)

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    alison says:

    Stencils! Sooooooo many stencils.

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    Snell Family says:

    Everything, but I would probably use it for sewing projects the most.

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    Kati says:

    I would love it for vinyl for everywhere–the walls, labeling, etc.

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    Sarah says:

    I think I'd use this a lot for tee shirt transfers for my kiddo. I like a lot of the retro prints that are suddenly so popular, but I don't want to pay $30+ for a tee shirt he'll wear a few times before he out grows it!!

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    Stacey Wright says:

    I think I'll start with vinyl. Everywhere.

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    C. says:

    I love the heat transfers, the tattoo paper and the vinyl! I have been trying to win one of these forever!

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    Annie says:

    Oh, my WORD! Again! I am a crafting junkie so I think a better question would be: "What wouldn't I use it for?" LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

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    Allison says:

    I would love to have a machine for home decor items and scrapbooking.

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    Becky and Mike says:

    I would totally use it for iron-on transfers. I've been into applique for a while now, but this would make it so much easier!

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    Emily says:

    I would love one! I could see myself using it for glass etching, vinyl, cards, decals, etc.

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    alex says:

    I would mostly use it for wall art.. but why stop there?! I'm sure my vinyl creations will start popping up all around my house..! I LOVE THIS!

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    Shandra says:

    Oh, there will be much organizing going on at our house if I get this! Building shelves downstairs will seem like a much happier task when I know that cute labels for all of my bins will follow!

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    The Pratt Family says:

    OH man….I have had one of these on my list since I the first time I saw it!! The possibilities are endless as to what I would do with it. Vinyl, appliqués, etching, scrapbooking, party favors…..

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    Simply Complex says:

    I actually would use it for everything. I scrapbook, like the vinyl things, and am just starting to learn to sew. (Lovr the pouches by the way!!) Now, I just need a free machine. Merry Christmas to me!

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    Amanda says:

    I'd love to use it for the heat transfer and the etching, but truthfully, I'd probably use it more for vinyl and paper.

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    Petit Design Co. says:

    I love my silhouette (if I win I will be giving this to my super fun crafty SIL) I use it all the time mainly for home decor and for making stenciled t-shirts

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    Maggie says:

    Awesome! I'd love to make some outfits for my kids…and my sisterinlaw just moved into a new house and needs some labels for stuff!

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    Danna says:

    Wow, I don't think I can pick just one thing to use it for. I would do it all! I would probably use it most for vinyl ;)

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    Natchel says:

    I would use it for freezer paper stenciling a TON. Retire my old exacto knife!

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    Lindsay says:

    I honestly can't decide on only one thing I would use it for! My craft list already includes: vinyl signs for my house (and for gifts), heat transfer shirts for my boys (and for gifts), heat transfer pillows for my couch and bedroom (and for gifts), and glass etching some serving dishes for me (and some for gifts).

    lindsayzockoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Shawna says:

    I would use it for everything. I love glass etching and have a bottle of etching cream waiting to be used. There are so many things that this little machine can do it would be hard not to use it and make your projects easier. Such a fabulous giveaway! Thanks for the chance.

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    Joanna says:

    I would use it for decorating, vinyl wall art & so many other things!

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    Melanee says:

    I would do it all–cards, wall art, fabric…. I thought the temporary tattoo idea from the website was pretty cool, too.

    melanee_parker[at]yahoo

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    The Clegg Family says:

    i have been coveting one of these babies for a while! i really want to use it for glass etching…mostly because it's removeable…i hope i WIN!!!!

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    Erin says:

    I would use it for just about anything, t-shirt stenciling, vinyl wall art, card making, etc!

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    Whitney says:

    I hope I'm the lucky one! I think I would 1st use it for fabric cutouts to applique on shirts! AWESOME GIVEAWAY! Please pick me!

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    Kristy says:

    EVERYTHING! My fingers are swollen from cutting letters would with an exacto knife. So first things first, all the birthday banners….will take 1/4 of the time!!!! Glass etching….oh la la! Everything will be monogrammed! I will probably drive my husband insane, but at least he won't see me sitting at the table cutting with an exacto knife anymore!

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    CC says:

    I would use this for everything. I think my husband would have to hide it because everything would have something that had been created from the Silhouette on it!

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    Mike + Rach says:

    I would use this for everything! I would especially use this for card making. So fun!

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    Jen says:

    I would use it for everything – I'd love to try some vinyl for the walls, embellishing things for my daughter to wear and, of course, scrapbooking.

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    Emily says:

    Uhm, yes please! I have a list 900 items long of all the fun things I would do with my silhouette. Right now with the holidays approaching, the first thing I would use it for is making an advent calendar! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Becca says:

    I have a million ideas I could do with the Silhouette! I would love it.

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    Whitney says:

    I would use it for glass etchings. It adds such depth!

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    Lea-Ann says:

    I want one of these so badly! Everything in my house would be etched! That's exactly what I would do!

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    Ashley says:

    I actually already have a silhouette. I bought one because I couldn't wait long enough to win one. But I would love to give this to my best friend as a present.

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    Marianne says:

    I would use it for card making! Sounds awesome!

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    Holly says:

    I already make glass and mirror etchings but I cut the patterns with an exactoknife so this would be so much easier
    But I would use it for many other crafty projects as well

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    nicole says:

    There are sooo many projects I could use it for – definitely for scrapbooking and would love to do some glass etching. How fun!

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    Valerie says:

    Oh, goodness! What wouldn't I use this for? I would initially be really excited abotu vinyl transfers and using those rhinestone embellishment things on all kinds of cute clothes!

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    MelindaB says:

    I want one of these SOOOO bad!!! I would definitely make some wall vinyl and some heat transfer shirts!

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    Sandra says:

    Everything and when I was done with everything, I would make everything else!!!

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    Patty says:

    I'd love to have one to use for vinyl wall art.

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    Jessica says:

    The Silhouette looks amazing! I'd probably use it most for cardmaking, but I love that it cuts vinyl, too. And the temporary tattoos — how cute!

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    Julie says:

    I would use it for clothing and decorating the bedrooms in our apartment. They are so sad and drab.

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    Hi, I'm Hannah. says:

    I can think of at least ten projects I would use it for right now. But if I won I'd give it to my sister. She wants it even more than me!

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    Simply Be Photo/Melissa says:

    I'd do everything and probably plaster my walls with snazzy designs!!

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    Lauran says:

    Eeek! I have been dying for one! I already have several vinyl needs picked out for my house! I have always wanted to make my own vinyl designs!

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    Kimberly says:

    I would use it for everything but especially for vinyl wall art!

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    Melissa Coates says:

    I would use it for everything I could think of! Especially wall art for the kids' room.

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    Melinda says:

    I would use it for a little of everything, but especially the glass etching…that looks amazing.

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    Talisa & Blake says:

    I would definitely share the creativeness with my friends and family with glass etching and vinyl wall art for Christmas gifts!

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    AngelaM says:

    I would use it for just about everything! Vinyl projects, Tshirts, craft projects. My walls are really bare. I need a Sillhouette!

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    Rachel says:

    I'm really trying to be better at sewing, so I'd probably utilize it a lot in that area!

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    Amy says:

    i would use it for glass etching stencils … and card cutting … and iron ons … and just about everything else!

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    Amanda says:

    I have been wanting one of these!!! I would try my hand at vinyl wall decorations.

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    Ryan and Meagan says:

    I would use it for everything!!!!! I have so many craft ideas in my head, but unfortunately, I hate no budget or tools to get started!!! I am making some of those zipper purses for my sister and sister-in-laws and I think those vinyl flowers would be a PERFECT touch!!!!!

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    cathy says:

    I'm learning to sew basic projects and would love to use it to make the super crafty things like you do. My goal is to be a SAHM but need some minimal income, and I would love to make things that people would actually want to buy. Not to mention all the gifts I could make for my family and friends!

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    Leigh-Ann says:

    I would totally make clothes! That's so AWESOME!

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    Anonymous says:

    I'm expecting my first baby in April and I would love it to make thank you cards and birth announcements – and maybe some vinyl for his room too! Thanks!

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    CrazyTired says:

    I would make the vinyl iron on pouches…they are so cute.

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    Hannah says:

    I have been excited about this machine since your first giveaway some time ago. It looks like so much fun! I would use it for painting resists and vinyl wall decals and so many things that I haven't thought of yet. Thanks!

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    Meghann says:

    Wow, I had no idea there was such an amazing competitor to the Cricut! If I won this beauty I'd use to for all of those delightful projects!

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    Carleen says:

    I would use it for everything but would start with heat-transfer for clothing.

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    Tara S says:

    I would love to use it for vinyl wall art-I loooove making our rooms more personal!

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    MrsJoseph says:

    I'm one of those that will be using it for everything! I'll probably start with some Christmas projects and then some home decor.

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    Katie H says:

    What an amazing giveaway! I think I would start out by using it for wall art & a scrapbook for my little girl's room. We're so excited to become parents soon. Finally. :)

    katieharrison13(at)gmail(dot)com

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    eholst says:

    Wow – what CAN'T you use it for? =-D I'd use mine for scrapbooking, and for decorating onesies and kid's clothes for the many ladies I know having babies!

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    Amy says:

    The options are definitely endless, but I would probably use it first for some vinyl wall art for my twin's nursery!

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    amanda says:

    oh my! i have been eyeing this machine up for a while, i would love one. i would use the heat transfers on fabric. (and make lots of christmas presents)…

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    Sticks and Stones Home Decor says:

    All of the above. That's what I love about this machine. It can do so much.

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    Amy says:

    The options are definitely endless, but I would probably use it first for some vinyl wall art for my twin's nursery!

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    Delia says:

    I would seriously faint if I won. This machine is awesome and you have inspired me so much in how you have used it. I would use it on canvases, etching…love etching projects, umm…on fabric for sure, and to label all the toy bins in our house…just for starters!

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    Pamela M says:

    What wouldn't I use it for? Card making, decorating on the walls, crafts, etc!! I have tried to get one of these for a while now! I hope I get lucky this time :)

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    Julie and Jill says:

    I would use for everything – mostly crafting! I would love to try the heat transfer material and vinyl.

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    Jenny and Jake says:

    I would use it for EVERYTHING! But I especially like the glass etching, how fun!

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    I Am Simply... says:

    I would use it to turn my little girl's nursery into a big girl's room with vinyl wall art!

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    LHammer says:

    Oh how I would love one of these! I have been wanting to do vinyl on my wall for the longest time, so that's where I would start. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Sports Gal says:

    I would use it for vinyl and paper crafts. The posibilities are endless! Thanks!

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    Bombtastic Belle says:

    i'd use it for vinyl wall art :)
    eod_army_wife04(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    Lindsey says:

    Oh my goodness, what WOULDN'T I use this for. It is amazing. So many possibilities. I can totally imagine how awesome my tags for Christmas presents would be if I had this.

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    blythe says:

    i would definitely use it for everything! but i really love the vinyl wall art.

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    Brenden+Nikki says:

    I am by no means lucky, but hey I'll give it a try anyway. I WANT THIS!! Perfect for all the little nursery ideas I've been working on!! This would just make everything so much easier than the route I'm trying to take.

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    Taylor Jewell says:

    I would use it for everything. I think I would start with scrapbooking though.

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    Ray, Jen and Carter says:

    I would definetly use it for EVERYTHING!

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    zachsmama says:

    Oh! I have coveted this machine for so long. I would use it for so many things. But I think the first thing I would do is some vinyl. Maybe some freezer paper transfers. I want to make the boys some cool shirts!

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    Brooke says:

    I would use it to make cards!

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    Meka says:

    I would use it for everything I could think of! Mostly home decor and scrapbooking! This looks amazing and I love how you don't have to buy all the expensive cartridges! It's a long shot but I HOPE I WIN!!!

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    Suzanne says:

    I would use it for scrapbooking, card making and some vinyl decoration. Hmmm. I could just use it all over my house!

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    Carol says:

    I think I would start with card making and then I would love to try some iron on vinyl or some vinyl for my iPod and phone!

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    Amber says:

    I would use it and use it and use it. I would make gift boxes and cute paper projects!

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    Dulcie Summers says:

    I would use it for everything, it all sounds lie so much fun!

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    Theresa says:

    Vinyl, definitely. And it will make me so happy :)

    tag3240 at hotmail dot com

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    Betsi* says:

    What would I use it for? Everything! This is such a fantastic machine. I've been jonesing for one!

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    Thimbelina says:

    There are so many things I would use this for….. especially for cards and giftwrapping! I soooo want one of these!

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    emmalee says:

    Everything! This machine awesome and you can be so creative with it!! I'd probably do lots of glass etching and cards, the I'd experiment with the iron on vinyl!

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    None says:

    I would use it for everything! I can think of about 100 things I want to do with it right now. Big wall decals for my daughters room, a little design to go on the back of my IPhone, scrapbooking, Christmas decorations….

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    Erika says:

    Definitely EVERYTHING! This is on my Christmas wish list and I have been dying to get my hands on one. I really want to be able to cut out freezer paper stencils for designs on clothing and some bunting banners I am making. I'd love to try out the vinyl and use to decorate everything around my house. This would be the best early Christmas present ever!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Lizzy says:

    what a great give away! I would LOVE one. There's too many great projects to mention them all but I would love to make some wall art! Thanks!

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    Melanie says:

    Oh man … I would use it for everything. I've seen your projects that you've used the silhouette for and have been so jealous!! So if I win I'll be busy for a while. The first thing I would use it for would be wall art. I am decorating our babies room. We are having our 4th baby, but this is the first time we've actually had an extra room for a nursery. I think the so many of the silhouette designs would finish off the room perfectly!! Please, please, PLEASE pick me!!!

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    Megan says:

    I would make a tractor shirt for my little farmer! This machine looks so neat!

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    Titinea says:

    I would use the iron on vinyl and for everything I can think of.

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    Sarah says:

    I would use it for everything,but especialy wall art! :)

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    aga says:

    I want make my own T-shirts!!! So quick and easy.
    regards
    aga

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    Stephanie says:

    It is so hard to think of just ONE thing that I would use it for! For sure I would love to use it for vinyl wall decor, or for fabric cutting.

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    sheraanne says:

    I would use it for tons of projects, but my first would be vinyl cut outs for an adorable old window I have. Its gorgeous, and I have a design in mind, but its one of kind, so being able to use the silhouette machine would be a big improvement over my scissor skills.

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    Leah Claire says:

    oh please, please, please pick me! I've been looking at this cool machine forever now. I'd probably use it for everything, but I'd start off with some fabric-y projects.

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    theradtkereport says:

    I love the glass etching so that would probably be the first thing, but I've been dying to spruce up the walls so I'd really like to try some of the vinyl wall art too!

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    Anonymous says:

    Oh the possibilities! I would start with some wall decals for the nursery we're decorating. Then I would move on to iron-on transfers and beyond!

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    Margaret says:

    Like lots of people, I'd probably use it for everything, but I find the paper crafts so cute and I'd be curious to try it on some sewing projects.
    mscoresby18 at gmail.com

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    MamaMunchy says:

    I would use it for making cards. I have wanted one of these for a long time. I'm so excited about this giveaway!

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    evans says:

    ooh! I would use it for absolutely everything – so exciting! I think my husband would hate it because it would become my new best friend!

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    Jens and Patricia says:

    My options seem to be just about endless but I have some christmas gifts in mind that I would be doing a lot of vinyl and card making. Thanks!

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    Emily says:

    Arrgh…I need one of these machines SO bad. I can tell you that just this week alone I would have used it to cut cute embellishments to add to the photo blocks I am making for Christmas. I would just it for everything. I am dying to do some glass etching too!

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    Rochelle Barlow says:

    I'd definitely be using it on vinyl. I'd vinyl everything and then I'd do glass etching. And then I'd do anything else I could with it!

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    Rebecca says:

    I would use it for everything! The options are limitless. I especially love how you can download individual graphics/fonts and don't need a whole cartridge!

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    KV says:

    I would use the paper cutouts on handmade book bindings. I've also got a ton of scrap vinyl from a local sign shop that I would cut up.

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    Brooke says:

    I would definitely use it for EVERYTHING!!

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    The DeWeese Trio says:

    I would use it for all those little craft projects that I do.

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    missy says:

    I've wanted one of these for SO LONG!!! I would definitely use it for everything I could … I'm crafty and would use it with paper, fabric, vinyl, and my kid's art! I would use it for scrapbooking, home decor, gifts, school projects, and more! Love your ideas and thanks for this awesome giveaway chance!

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    Sarah says:

    I think I'd use it for everything! I'd probably start with vinyls though!

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    Kara says:

    Honestly, I'd use it for everything, lol. I would love it for the vinyl though. It'd be so wonderful!

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    Davis Family says:

    I would use it for the vinyl wall art, the etched glass, to make cute onesies, and cards. Ah! My head is spinning with projects!

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    Courtney says:

    oooh I've been wanting one of these. I would start with some vinyl for my walls!!
    clsch6(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Nate and Lyndsi Clements says:

    I would use this crafty little thing for every project around the house. Also this would be ideal for school project, as I am a poor college student!

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    Alicia says:

    I would use it for multiple things but the first would be vinyl art for organizing and decorating!

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    stevie kay says:

    I'm sure I would use it for everything, but I know I would use it for vinyl all the time!

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    Andria says:

    I want to try it on glass etching! It seems amazing.

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    --Amie-- says:

    I would use it to make just about everything that you have done on your blog!!! But first, I would start with some gifts for my friends and family!!

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    Wendy Inman says:

    Vinyl word art, sewing projects, scrapbooking, and homeschooling, etc etc… :)

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    Tori says:

    Clothes, vinyl art, glass etching… It would be awesome!

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    Dana C says:

    Holy crow! I would use it for ev-ry-thing!

    danaonweb @ gmail . com

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    Heidi says:

    I would use it for scrap booking, cards, vinyl, and lots of projects for Christmas especially. Keeping my fingers crossed!!

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    Joy @ HowJoyful says:

    There are soooo many things I would do with it!! I would love to try and make my own fabric by making stencils. I just love that little machine and I have being lusting it for months!
    Thank you so much for this chance!

    hello{at}howjoyful.com

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    Lisa says:

    I would use it for everything! I have an entire section bookmarked called "Things to make" that includes everything Silhouette!! I know what I want my first project to be… etching :)

    lisainnevada(at)gmail(dot)com

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    R House says:

    I am amazed by all the ideas this machine can do. I am especially interested in the apparel transfers.

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    Cindy Clawson says:

    Wall art and ironing on things! Awesome!

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    The Harveys says:

    Temporary tattoos!?! So cool! I'm in agreement with many on here: I would use it for everything!! Thanks!!!!

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    Melissa S. says:

    I would use it for glass etching, vinyl art, clothes. It would be amazing!

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    Nora says:

    I would use it for vinyl!!

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    Nicole says:

    I would love to use it for just about everything. But if I had to pick one project to start with it would definitely be the vinyl wall art!

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    MajorsView says:

    I love the glass etching idea. I would definitely use it to learn more about vinyl art. Why couldn't I have learned more about this stuff before my wedding?!?

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    Megs says:

    I would use it for a little bit of this & a little bit of that…

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    Tanyia says:

    Wow, I never took the time to really learn about it, until now! I would love to have one for paper crafts, cards, scrapbooking, and I would love to try something with the vinyl!

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    Stacy says:

    I would use it to cut fabric for applique, but really the ideas are endless!!

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    Alyse says:

    Oh!! I would love to use this- especially for scrapbooking & vinyl! I love your blog btw- thanks for all the great ideas!

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    Stephanie G. says:

    Oh..I hope I can win. That seems like such a neat machine!

    I would love to use it for vinyl wall decals and some personalized clothes for my children.

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    Cher says:

    I would start crafting again (in my spare time). What a great giveaway!

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    Ashlee says:

    I would use it for vinyl words and wall art. Oh, and some etching. And then I would find a ton of other things to use it for also!

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    Kelli M. Stowers says:

    I would use a silhouette for a number of projects I've got stirring around in my head:
    Tote bags and other homemade sewing projects
    Glass etching
    Fabric stenciling
    Wall vinyl
    Frameable art

    And maybe, I'd even get back into scrapbooking if I had one!

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    Kindall says:

    oh goodness. I would use this to put vinyl on everything!

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    Kelli says:

    I'm so excited to see another drawing for this! I would use it for wall art, iron on transfers, crafts for my kids, and so many other things.

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    Lauren says:

    I think I would use it for vinyl wall art! Thanks.

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    Nikarella says:

    I would make sooo many things, but the first thing I'd be excited to make is some fun vinyl stuff!

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    Kate @ Chic on a Shoestring Decorating says:

    I would try and make some subway art. I'm so jealous of all the cute stuff everyone makes with theres, would love to win!

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    Tuesday Knolle says:

    Okay, well I looked and saw ideas on the site I didn't even THINK about…but I have to be honest I would probably use it for everything…like literally, every inch of my house and person, car even! ;)

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    Jessica says:

    It is so versatile, I'd use it for everything, but I totally want to use vinyl and glass etching!

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    Anne Bennion says:

    I have been dying to make some Vinyl letters for some Christmas decor. Plus I want to make a menu chalkboard for my kitchen.

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    Nic says:

    I love the heat transfer stuff. I think it would be fun to make cute t-shirt for my little boy.

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    Ellie says:

    That looks like SO much fun! I think the etched glass would be on the top of my list (and card making since I love cardmaking! and scrapbooking and . . . . .

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    Olga says:

    I would definitely use it for card making and scrapbooking! Please, please, please random generator, pick me!
    oboskovic at gmail dot com

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    McChesney's says:

    I would totally use it for or vinyl wall art, cheaper than a vinyl machine and better for vinyl than the cricut! Love it!

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    Dallin and Ashley says:

    I would want it for everything! But especially for vinyl. So fun!

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    Tianna says:

    I'd do it for card making, vinyl and I'd love to be brave and try glass etching.

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    Jennifer Murphree says:

    There are so many possibilities, but I think I'd start with some card making and re-doing my daughter's room.

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    Stefanie says:

    I would love to play with one of these little suckers! I would love to do some vinyl projects!

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    Lola says:

    I would use it in my High School culinary arts dining room for vinyl lettering on plates, glasses and the walls as well as their menus. My students would love it!!

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    areneelamb says:

    I would love to be able to make some quick, custom gifts for the holidays. I know someone who would love the ipod vinyl. Thanks!

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    emily erin says:

    ive been eyeing the Silhouette for months! i would use it for party decorations, garland, cards, artwork… everything!

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    Jeremy, Lana, Brenna and Mason says:

    Wow! I would use it first for wall vinyl lettering. I have been wanting some wall vinyls letters for a long time now, but can't find anyone close by who does it! This is an incredible giveaway!

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    In Wonderland says:

    Great giveaway! If I won I'd use it for make really awesome gifts and some cute t-shirts for the little one.

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    ginger says:

    oh, I really hope I win! This machine is so versatile, I really do think I would use it for everything!

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    chikwithyarn says:

    I think my first project would be the vinyl wall art then the iron on transfers for t-shirts.

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    Ash says:

    I would use it to liven up notebooks, clothes, Christmas cards, and blank walls!

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    Amanda says:

    I would use it for anything and everything! I'm a preschool teacher so there are always letters and numbers amongst other things I need cut out!

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    Tiffany says:

    I would use it for SO many things! I want to do vinyl. I would use it for shirts. I have been seeing the thermal stuff to make shirts & I LOVE IT!!!!

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    Bruce the Bird Dog says:

    I would use it to make a vinyl for my new baby's nursery that says, "i love you from your toes to your face."

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    Matt and Chelsea says:

    Oh my gosh! I NEED this!!! I would go crazy and use it on EVERYTHING! I love the wall art.

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    s says:

    I would use it on everything.

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    Rebekah says:

    What a nice early Christmas present this would be… for myself! :) I would definitely use it for stenciling and vinyl wall art.

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    Victoria says:

    Oh wow, I have been wanting this since I saw it in one of my scrapbooking magazines!! I would use it to make my own cards since my husband and I have a HUGE family together!! I want it!

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    Amanda says:

    I have so many ideas…love the etching, vinyl, and the iron on tranfers. I have been wanting one of these for sooooo long!

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    Carrie says:

    There are so many great ways to use this! My first would be to make freezer paper stencils and stencil some pillows. cneaglefan at hotmail dot com

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    bedelia says:

    I've been wanting one of these for a while now. I love it. I could never commit to similar machines because it would have been a constant expense to get new designs. I love this. I would use it for everything. I like it for the stencil aspect and the scrapbook stuff too. LOVE IT.

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    Heather Guymon says:

    I would use it to try my hand at vinyls! I have been drooling over this machine for months now.

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    Katy P says:

    ARE YOU SERIOUS??! What would I NOT use this for? I am leaving my job in 3 weeks to stay home with my one year old boy and I can only DREAM of the projects we could come up with…..

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    Camille says:

    I would use it for just about everything but my favorite may be for homemade cards!!

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    Katie@a mom, a wife, and a me says:

    With 4 kids on a 4 kid budget… I think I would take you up on using it for everything!! (If I dont win please forward my posting to santa:) )

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    Brittney says:

    I would use it a lot for vinyls and for projects for my youth group at church.

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    Melissa says:

    Who would have thought you could use it on fabric?! That is definitely what I would use it for! Ohh my head is spinning with ideas!

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    Crystal, wife, mom, and friend says:

    I too would use it for so much. My first project might be sprucing up the front of my laptop. So many ideas!

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    audreypawdrey says:

    I would use if for vinyl wall art! I would also want to use it for glass etching and making stencils for t-shirt painting!

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    Laura says:

    I have tons of ideas but I would first use it to create the perfect rainbow 4th birthday party! What an amazing give away.

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    Heidi :) :) ;) says:

    I want to use it to etch on glass. I will also use it to cut out vinyl to decorate my kitchen with. Thank you!

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    Amy says:

    The question is really what wouldn't I use it for. I love this and think it would be wonderful for all my wood projects, my walls and scrapbooks.

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    Amanda says:

    I've been waiting for a Silhouette giveaway! I would use it for everything… I want one so bad for vinyl wall art, etching, card-making, shirt designs, etc. Oh I hope I win! Thanks!

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    Renee says:

    Oh goodness… the possibilities are endless! I think I would first use it for some vinyl art in my girls bedroom! A little something cute tie their room together!! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    The Wild Gardener says:

    Wow a Silhouette giveaway–WAY cool! Thnx for your blog & all the great ideas

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    Vanessa says:

    Man-o-Man!!! I would use it for everything! Thanks for a chance to win!

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    Bethany says:

    i really want to do glass etching. but i would use it for lots of things.

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    Resa Dutton says:

    I can't wait to use one to make some t-shirts like the ones you showed. I especially love the ballerina one! My niece would die for one!

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    Katie Mae says:

    Oh My Goodness!! You have no idea how much I want to win this!! I would love to use it for cutting vinyl, making gifts for people, and in my callings for church!! My husband is sick of me asking for this thing! I would FREAK if I won!!! Thanks for doing this again Ashley!!

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    Dana says:

    Gosh, I'm going to enter and hope and hope I win!!! I'd probably do a Rhinestone SURVIVOR shirt first for my 7 year old cancer surviving daughter! :) Then, the sky is the limit!!

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    Esther says:

    I'm most interested in glass etching & freezer paper stenciling, but a lot of other projects appeal to me also

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    The Kailing Family says:

    the possibilities are endless…my mind is going crazy with all the projects i would love to try!!

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    Malia says:

    Oh I am dying to try glass etching! Our house is a house full of pint glasses and I can only imagine the fun one could have with pint glasses that are etched!

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    Anne says:

    I would use it for cute iron-on transfers for my son's clothes, and the glass etching looks cool too. Okay, I would use it for everything!

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    TraciandBradley says:

    Wow! so this is the coolest giveaway. I would probably use the machine most for vinyl…decorating and iron on. Cool!

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    Brandy says:

    Wow, what a great giveaway! I would use it to make some cheerful banners!

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    Courtney says:

    I would use it for a lot of things, but I'd be most excited about the vinyl projects!

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    Nelson Family says:

    I have been wanting to make a growth chart ever since the first giveaway! Plus there are so many other things I would love to use it for!

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    thomas family says:

    Would use it for everything! I would have to dust off the old pc in storage since it isn't compatible with our mac but it would be so worth it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    DuMei says:

    I would use it to personalize some T-shirts.
    dumei42 gmail com

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    Tater Tot Mom says:

    I would use mine for so many things…I'm already thinking of purse decorations, birthday cards, party decorations, basket labels, but most of all, I'm excited about the vinyl wall decorations.

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    Keriann says:

    Ok seriously i totally would use it for EVERYTHING!!! I'm giving the kitchen a decor make-over right and would love to make some fun vinyl cuts for it!! So fun!!

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    Michelle H. says:

    I would use it to make my new child some cute onsies with the iron on vinyl. I love it!!

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    -A says:

    Here's my one shot at winning a new me a fun multi-tool. I'm not sure what I wouldn't do. I'd make heat transfer t-shirts, etch my Pyrex with something more interesting than easy-to-cut-straight-line-text, decorate some walls, create some cards. The possibilities are endless.

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    Sarah Priest says:

    So many project ideas and options! I think I would start with a vinyl project though.

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    Penny says:

    Oh, I have been wanting one of these for a long time. I love the idea of just downloading what you need rather than buying an expensive cartridge. I would use it for so much – the possibilities are endless…

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    Melinda says:

    I would definitely use it for making stencils for fabric paint!

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    Suzanne & Andrew Dupuis says:

    EVERYTHING!!!! I would use it to decorate my NEW HOUSE, and I would use it a TON for gifts! I am SO EXCITED!!!!!

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    Katie says:

    I have a million uses in mind-mostly vinyl that my cricut wont do and tee shirt designs!

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    Wendy says:

    Ooooh there are so many possibilities. Definitely use it for wall art and etching.

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    Emy says:

    I really would use it for just about everything! Your post has some excellent ideas and has gotten my brain going! Thank you for hosting such a great giveaway!

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    Rendy says:

    I would use it for vinyl lettering, craft projects, cards… all kinds of stuff!

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    Shells says:

    I would use it for everything. MOre specifically wall decor for my kids rooms.

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    Lindsey says:

    I would use it to drive my husband crazy:-) Meaning that I'd make lots of wall vinyl's and I'd embelish all kinds of sewing projects, then I'd make fabulous gifts for everyone!

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    Jaime says:

    I would use it for everything!

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    Karli says:

    I'm pretty sure I would be one that uses it for EVERYTHING! Sewing, vinyl wall art, and scrapbooking. What a fabulous giveaway! THANK YOU "Make it and Love it" and "Silhouette"!!!

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    Melissa says:

    Awesome give away! I would love to use this for card making!

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