Thursday, July 8, 2010

silhouette digital cutting tool review and giveaway!

When I was working at Lasting Memories, I had a major wish-list item. I'll give you a hint. It cuts paper, vinyl, and heat transfer material, and you don't have to buy expensive design cartridges. If you guessed the Silhouette digital cutting machine, then you must have it on your wish list, too! If you have no idea what I'm taking about, prepare to be amazed. And to want one.

A few weeks ago, Silhouette sent me a free machine to try and review (I know--I've been dancing a little jig ever since!). I came home from Utah to this:

(Jiggety-jig!)

I spent the last year singing it's praises to customers in the scrapbook store, but now that I've had a chance to use the Silhouette myself, all I can say is that it really is AMAZING. I am full-fledged IN LOVE with this machine. Let me tell you why. No, let me show you why. Here is a sampling of some of the projects I've done since I received my machine (yes, I've been busy!):



My very favorite part of this tool is the ability you have to use your own designs and true-type fonts on your computer, plus digital image downloads from tons of great designers (think House of Three and Hero Arts) for only $.99 each (or less if you have a subscription). I have loved my Slice, and I'll still use it, but I hate having to buy a $50 cartridge, especially when I know I'll only really use a fraction of the images. My second favorite thing is how versatile it is. The software that goes with it is awesome. You can cut shapes and letters in any size increments you want, you can take images apart and only cut part of them (which comes in handy when creating a multi-colored image), and you can cut multiple images at a time (which saves time and paper). I really feel like I don't have any limitations with this tool. I can use it for my scrapbooking, card making, home decor, party decorations (think cupcake wrappers and banners!), clothing, even quilting (to cut applique templates). You're going to be seeing a lot with this machine from me.

I have so many great project ideas in my head for this tool, and I haven't even tried the glass etching cream, rhinestone templates, sketching pencils, or printable heat transfer material yet! Check out some more ideas here and on the Silhouette blog (which is incredible, by the way). There are tons of tutorials, FAQs, and great ideas on both sites. Here are a few things inspiring me:






The Giveaway
Okay, enough of my blabbering, here's the big news. Silhouette is letting us give away a FREE Silhouette SD cutting tool and a bunch of free accessories to one of our readers! (You should be doing a little jig about now, too!) Here's what our lucky winner will receive:

*Silhouette SD Digital Cutting Tool (retail price $299)
*Two rolls of vinyl
*One roll of transfer tape (for applying the vinyl images)
*A scraper tool (for applying vinyl)
*A CD of home décor images to cut
*$10 download card to buy new shapes on the Silhouette Online Store.

Are you kidding me? I really don't think we've ever hosted a giveaway this good before! This is seriously awesome, people! Here's what you have to do to enter. Visit the Silhouette Web site and check out all the great ideas and products. Then come back here and leave us a comment on this post stating how you would use the Silhouette if you won. That's it! Want extra chances to win? Link to this post on your blog or become a fan on our Facebook page, then leave us another comment letting us know and you'll get more entries! Just be sure to do it by Wednesday, July 14th at 11:59pm PT. And watch for new tutorials and ideas from me every day of the giveaway!

GOOD LUCK!

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The Answer Is Chocolate said...

What wouldn't I use it on is the question. Only everything! One thing I would love to do is embellish clothes, towels, fabric for pillows etc. I want one I want one I want one!

Alyssa said...

I don't think there is anything I wouldn't do with it!! I think the first thing would be the heat transfer for fabric - kids' clothes!! I really hope I win - no hope of being able to purchase it any time in the forseeable future.

PKYoung said...

I'd use it to decorate my daughter's room and make everything else in my house a whole lot cuter!!

stacey said...

I make a lot of little shirts for my daughter so I would for sure use the heat transfer, but all the possibilities look awesome. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Willa said...

I work lots in fabric and cutting stencils to apply paint would be marvelous.

But would enjoy some of the paper applications as well and love the wall pieces.

Lisita said...

I'd use it for a vinyl decor for sure but it'd be hard to know where to start in my decorating.

Lindsay said...

Oh my gosh! Great giveaway! I'd use this for my daughters upcoming birthday decorations :)

just me and z said...

I added a link to my blog: justmeandz.blogspot.com.
Thanks for the chance!

Angie said...

OH how I want a Silhouette!!! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win! :) I think I would go crazy downloading things from the store, and I'm DYING to try the heat transfer...dying, I tell you!!

karen from creativetherapy said...

i would totally use it to make letters for my pages, and make some crafty additions to our pillows!!

The Hopkins Home said...

I would used lots of fabric and vinyl!!! This thing is so cool!!!
Christen

Cindy said...

I would love to be able to create wall hangings. Also It would be awesome if I could use it to cut out fabric for cute creations!

Cindy said...

I am a FB fan!

tymxgrl said...

Wow, I wished I had heard about Silhouette before I had purchased the other product! What I would use this for is to teach my Grandchildren the fun of crafting. They are 2 and 3 years of age and we've been painting and using Playdo. Next will be the magic of Silhouette digital cutting machine. Can't wait!

Sims Family said...

What a great giveaway! I would use this for some fun back to school projects I need to get working on!

sims.whitney@gmail.com

Jenna said...

I "like" Silhouette on facebook!

jenlawyer@hotmail.com

Jenna said...

Oooh I LOVE it! I'd use it on everything from scrapbooking, to card making, to vinyl. AWESOME!
jenlawyer@hotmail.com

Jenna said...

I linked you to my blog in a blog post - http://craftingtillmidnight.blogspot.com

jenlawyer@hotmail.com

Katy said...

Facebook FAN!

The Mrs. said...

I would start by labeling everything in my pantry, laundry closet, garage, kitchen and much more! I would also love the opportunity to create custom gifts for family, neighbors, and friends!

Jenna said...

I "like" you on facebook.
jenlawyer@hotmail.com

Lisa said...

Ok if I told you all I could use this on I would probably max out the comment section..lol I really love the idea of purchasing single designs..cuz like you I only like a few on each cart...oh and 50.00 a cart is crazy..Thanks for the opportunity..

Lisa
hipmonkey @ msn.com

Katy said...

Um - what wouldn't I use it on? I would definately use it for my card making, scrapbooking, and vinyl stuff. I would go crazy with the vinyl lettering and images!! My friend has one and loves hers, so I'm crossing my fingers!!

Diane Conn said...

I would use it on everything!
I have a bunch of crafts that I've wanted to do, but I don't have a vinyl cutter. Hopefully I will soon!

Mindy said...

This is the first time I've ever seen one of these. So very cool! I would definitely use it to make some fun shirts. Love it...want it!!!

Stephanie said...

I'm a fan on facebook! =)
{and in REAL life!}

Meredith said...

I could finally go crazy and put vinyl all over my house. And the glass etching looks amazing too.

Mindy said...

I would use it on everything! I have been drooling over this machine for the longest time now!!

Courtney said...

oh my goodness i am dying for one of these babies! i would use it for everything!! but my number one thing would be to make vinyl stuff!

Maria said...

I love how you put a little something pretty on your Kitchenaid! I would probably do that first. Then heat transfer for clothing definitely. Although the glass etching looks really cool to. How neat to make a vase for a wedding present that says the couples names or anniversary? Great giveaway!!

Lisa said...

WoW, what a great giveaway! I have been wanting a machine like this forever, but it's just not in the budget. I would put letters and numbers on EVERYTHING!

jharmonfamilyblogs said...

This little baby looks amazing! The possibilities are endless for all of the things that it can be used for. I love all of the crafts that you have done with it, especially decorating your Kitchen-aide!

I do have a cricket and can I tell you that I find it to be very limiting because of the cost of all of the cartridges that you have to purchase. I only have the basic one that it came with.

I know a million people are trying their chances for this and I most likely won't win it, but I am seriously considering getting one of my own and selling the cricket.

harmonhash.blogspot.com

Courtney said...

facebook fan!

PaTcHwOrK jEnN said...

I would use it for vinyl, to start. Then my some appliques for tees and quilts.

Thanks for the awesome giveaway. I might even do some card for christmas.

The Lloyds said...

For starters I'd use it to make custom Christmas cards this year

Jo said...

I would be decorating my home like crazy! We are in an apartment and the walls are so bare. We cant paint and im running out of ideas to give this place some color! I cant count how many times a day i wish i had one of these to help me out!

Maria said...

I just 'liked' you on FB. :)

The Lloyds said...

For starters I'd use it to make custom Christmas cards this year

Nancy said...

I would use this ALL THE TIME...on anything that moves...nothing would be spared. I just watched the 3 minute video and it's incredible...it does it all...

Keeping my fingers crossed....

tees for the grandkids
monogrammed glassware for Christmas and anniversaries
Cards for EVERYONE!!

Ellen said...

I would use this for all my mind and heart might fathom. I currently have no "tools of the trade" and would be blessed to have such an amazing tool to create and explore with!

Becky said...

I would use it for everything - nothing would be safe from decoration

Ashley said...

I would be using it to make some awesome wedding invitations for my best friend. Plus some vinyl decals. And... oh gosh it goes on and on. Please can I have it?

Crystal said...

I would put vinyl all over my house and make personalized gifts for every birthday and wedding coming up. ha PICK ME!

Ellen said...

... for everything my heart and mind might fathom! I have no "tools of the trade" and would be blessed to have such an amazing crafting tool to create with!

Rachel Ann said...

I would LOVE to have one of these!! I would use it for everything!! I think the heat transfer stuff is really cool. :)

just me and z said...

I am now a FB fan!! :)

Crystal said...

I am now a fan on facebook and want a Silhouette.

Jo said...

I joined your group on Facebook!

The Fat Kid said...

Love it. I'd do more than dance a jig, I might have to do the Teeberry Shuffle!!! Fabulous... now if I can only figure out how to link to my blog.....

Simply Created by Cole said...

What would I use it on? Fabric, glass, bags...you name it, it's done!

Thank you for this awesome chance!

Nicole
simplycretedbycole(at)gmail(dot)com

Simply Created by Cole said...

I'm a fan on FB!

What an awesome machine!

Nicole
simplycreatedbycole(at)gmail(dot)com

onlymehere said...

There are so many things to use it on that I don't know where to start. Definitely I'd be using it to help decorate my daughter's apartment with the lettering. She can't paint and has to keep nail holes to a minimum so this would help a bunch! I'd use it on an old bread box I have that needs to be repainted, etc. I guess the question is, "what wouldn't I use it on?" LOL! What a great tool!
Cindy

Ashley O said...

Wow!! I soooo want this!! I love the glass etching! I want to redecorate my son's room and this would be perfect for wall art! :)

Audra Lurvey said...

As a teacher, I can tell you I would use it for everything!

Bulletin boards, classroom games, scrapbook, the list goes on and on!!!

michaela jane robertshaw garrett said...

a better question --- what wouldn't i use it for?!?!

Becky said...

I'd probably use it for heat transfers the most...but I could scrapbook with it too!

Cindy said...

I've been looking for vinyl wall decor, and haven't found what I want - with the Silhouette, I could do it myself!

Wendy said...

I would use it for everything! Scrapbooking, organizing, home projects... the list goes on!

bnlsmommy04 @ msn.com

Cindy said...

I'm also a new FB fan!

CandraWynne said...

A few of my friends have this machine and they love it!! I would use it for my cards I make for card club every month. It probably would just sit at my desk with me because I'd use it SOOO much!!! :)

Becky said...

I'm a FB fan!!

CandraWynne said...

I am a follower on facebook!

wyndyt said...

Wow, I have never heard of this thing, but after seeing it I really want it! Thanks for the giveaway!

Laura D said...

I have been eyeing the silhouette for awhile. I could find so many uses for it! My house is in some need of some vinyl. always wanted to make one saying "always kiss me goodnight" I would love to play with it and fabric. It would be great for birthdays too. just thining aobut it gets me so excited!!

Brandi said...

OH MY WORD.... i ♥ it!!!! I would use it on EvErYtHiNg of course!!! Drooling over all the things I would use it to decorate my new house with!!!!!

brandi_blanton@yahoo.com

ashley said...

i would love to have a silhouette to cut fabric and make cute little shirts for my girl! i can think of about a million other crafty things that it would be fabulous for too!

thecrafties said...

My most favoritest font is GirlsAreWeird (http://www.dafont.com/girls-are-weird.font) and I would love to get that on vinyl or in my scrapbook, or on a tote, or who knows! The Sihouette allows such amazing ideas, but I would start there, at the fonts. Thank you for the opportunity to win! :)

Stephanie said...

So cool! I so would like to have a Silhouette...what FUN we could have!
I'm posting it on my blog @ thingswevediscovered@blogspot.com

Rachel Ann said...

Became a fan on Facebook. :)

Amy said...

You are right, I now desperately want one. Where to begin? All the projects I have been dreaming about could finally be begun. The vinyl, the glass etching... Oh heaven!

Laura D said...

became a facebook fan!

Brandi said...

Just became a Facebook Fan 2!!!!

Susan said...

I'm a FB fan and if I had the silhouette the first thing I would do would be the glass etching, this is an awesome machine.

Sheri said...

I would label anything that was still long enough!

Amie said...

I hope I win! I would def use it for screen printing, vinyl on my walls, glass etching, heat transfer, oh my goodness!

Amikins48@gmail.com

Mo said...

I love it! I think my hubby would like me to spend less and make more...

McGinnity Family said...

Like everyone, I would use the machine for just about everything! I had a big long comment typed out, but blogger ate it. Therefore, short and sweet, I have a Cricut and am realizing its limitations in what I want to do - I think that the Silhouette appears to surpass it in relations to my desired crafting excursions (especially with personalizing clothes - think adding cute little birdies to hand-sewn dresses that are hopefully in my future). That and if I win I would promise to use it with all the freetime I can dedicate to it (without neglecting my family (too much!))

Hannah said...

I would use it to decorate my walls and to make stuff to give away for my MOPS group...there are some seriously cute ideas.

Amy said...

Oh pick me! My head is spinning with the possibilities... vinyl wall art, heat transfers, cupcake toppers... do I have to pick one?
Please, oh please, pick me!!

Amy said...

I'm a facebook fan!
(pick me!)

The Fat Kid said...

Ok, I didn't read the directions very well, or I would have known to tell you what I'd do with the fabulous Silhouette if I won. I have no idea. Everything. First, I want to help my mom finish decorating my niece's room, and the Silhouette would be perfect, since the theme is SHOES! Second, I'm working on a landscape baby quilt, with some really difficult shapes - I know Silhouette says it doesn't officially cut fabric, but it can be done - so I'd have to try. I can go on and on. I'd never had a cutter, or any kind, so I'd be like a kid in a candy shop!!! (And I posted it on my blog, because you guys are awesome!)

Whitney said...

What would I use this for?? Everything!!! This would be great to use for making Christmas gifts this year!!

Danny & Alyssa Coon said...

I want this so bad! I think I would use it for everything but especially for scrapbooking.

Sarah Most said...

I would use it for the vinyl to embellish my kitchen Aid. or maybe try the glass etching.
sarahmost@gmail.com

Kami @ Everyday Heaven said...

Please Please Please- The software sounds amazing!!! I would use it everywhere!

Amy said...

Where do I start - I think I am most exited about the heat transfer of my own designs. I have an etsy shop (sweetdecember.etsy) and this would make designs go so much further! But then I love the vinyl decals to decorate with - something my kiddos cant pull down :) So much fun!

Chelsie Brady said...

Oh wow! I'd start with fabric appliques on baby clothes for my little man... then, I'd decorate EVERYTHING! Oh boy! Pick me!

Tamara said...

I'd love to use it on fabric and make cool shirts for my little guy or do some vinyl..or...or...or. There so many things to do!

D2the4thPower said...

I would use this for everything! The vinyl, the glass etching, make shirts, make cute birthday invitations...oh the possibilities!

Chelsie Brady said...

Also- my blog is linked to this blog already! chelsiebrady.blogspot.com

(Fingers crossed)

Oh Mandie! said...

Can I just say that this is the mose awesome giveaway in the history of giveaways ever!

To awnser your question, what wouldn't I use it on?? I have to say though, It would make my scrapbooks look a heck of a lot cooler :)

-Amanda
ohmandie7@yahoo.com

Denman Diaries said...

Holy Cow....what wouldn't I use this for. I have been eyeing the Cricut forever, but this has won my heart!!

Amy said...

Im a fan! Love your blog!!!

supermom said...

oh my goodness, i never knew a person good do so much with the Silhouette, Wow!
I would like to make tshirts with the heat transfer and maybe the wall decor, they both look amazing!

emerzim said...

I would love to do some of the heat transfer stuff to make custom shirts.

Stacy@dooLITTLETHINGS said...

Woohoo! I so want a Silhouette! The first thing I'd do is cut vinyl.

Celeste Louise said...

Holy moly I would use it to make shirts-- put stuff on my walls-- glass etching-- everything!

alexandjess said...

I would love to use this for some cardmaking as well as cutting out fabric for applique!
alexlovesjess@hotmail.com

Kelli @ WhimsiKel said...

I would use this on EVERYTHING! Pick me!

supermom said...

i just became a fan on FBk! Woo hoo!

Beth said...

I would be busy embellishing every plain shirt I own. Oh and the homeschooling projects! What fun we would have!

Alison said...

I would use it for everything! I really like the wall decals.

alexandjess said...

I'm a facebook fan now too!
alexlovesjess (at) hotmail (dot) com

Mrs. Webb said...

I love making cards, so I would use it to spruce them up and make them snazzy! Maybe make some awesome home decorations, too!

Debbie said...

I would love to use the silhouette to make beautiful gifts for family and friends. I could take my gift-giving to a new level!
I can't wait to link this post to my new blog...I'd love for you to check out Creative Mom! Love your Blog!

Michelle Turner said...

I love this giveaway! I would use it for all kinds of crafting in my house and for my daughter... but I am also a teacher, and this would make for some AWESOME bulletin boards as well as some easier crafts for students...

Michelle
pageturnercrafts@gmail.com

Missy said...

Amazing giveaway! I'll start small with decorating a clear vase that I have on my dining table.

Michelle Turner said...

I am a facebook fan!

Michelle
pageturnercrafts@gmail.com

Rachel said...

I seriously don't even know where to start on what I would do with this machine.....the possibilities are endless! I am pretty sure I could take over the WORLD with this thing! MUAHAHAHAHA ***evil laugh*** Seriously, though I so want to win!

I AM A FACEBOOK FAN TOO!!!

Karen said...

oh, my - I NEED this. I have an unnamed competitor, and can't afford the cartridges anymore!! I would use it every.single.day!!

Riece said...

Tshirts, tshirts, and more tshirts, baby! Oh, and I suppose some glass etching too. Always wanted to try that... but yeah. tshirts.

Mrs. Webb said...

I posted this awesome give away on my blog!

webb-isodes.blogspot.com

Daniel and Ashley said...

I have been wanting one of these FOREVER! I especially love the vinyl lettering! Onesies, vinyl, cards, t-shirts...EVERYTHING! Crossing my fingers!!!!

Riece said...

AND I am a facebook fan! WOOHOO!

Karen said...

I am a Facebook fan, too!! :)

Daniel and Ashley said...

I'm a facebook fan too!

ashpweep@hotmail.com

Charee said...

I would love this! I want to label, and label and label- all sorts of things. :) Oh, the possibilities are endless...

Rebekah said...

facebook fan!

rebekahskitchen(at)live(dot)com

Tiffany said...

I would use it to make fabric transfers for a few pillows that I would like to make! Or to just jazz up my hallway with family pictures! Thanks for such a great giveaway!

Alice said...

I am a facebook fan.

Daniel and Ashley said...

I'm a facebook fan too!!

Lisa said...

I would totally make personalized shirts for the kids!

Mrs. Webb said...

Just became a facebook fan!

Alice said...

I think I would use it mostly to make T-shirts. Probably some vinyl cutting too. Great giveaway.

Rebekah said...

what wouldn't I use it for????? but i really would like to use it for the heat transfers and cardmaking/scrapbooking.

thanks for the chance!!!

rebekahskitchen(at)live(dot)com

Meadows Market said...

OOOO....I am doing a little jig in hopes it will bring me luck :)

I would love to get my hands on this machine!!!

ashley.chandler@aggiemail.usu.edu

Rachel said...

I am a Facebook fan and I adore your blog....simply adore it!

Trish said...

Wow!! What a great giveaway!! I would be using it on anything and everything - for sewing projects, scrapbooking, home decor - you name it. Thanks for a chance to win!
lydellandtrish@hotmail.com

Cara said...

I'd use it for applique! Holy smokes would I do a lot of applique! Cutting is the hardest part for me so I'd love one of these!

debbie susee said...

I would make a vinyl cut out of a bible verse to put on my wall. I've been wanting to do that for a long time now.
Thanks for the chance to win! I would love this machine!

Meredith said...

I'm a facebook fan!

Daniel and Ashley said...

(I don't see my comment so sorry if this is a duplicate!)

I LOVE this machine! The vinyl has stolen my heart, but I would use it for just about everything! I'm redecorating the living room so this would be SO perfect!!! Crossing my fingers!!

Lovely Lizzy said...

Oh! I am doing a jig! I would love to win a Silhouette to do vinyl! I would probably use it for scrapbooking too! And I must say you are a lucky girl for getting that much vinyl! I'm so jealous!

lizzykealamakia@gmail.com

Jen O said...

I've been gradually painting every room in the house, and I'd love to add some embellishments here and there to my blank walls!

Lovely Lizzy said...

I'm a Facebook fan too!

Jen O said...

I'm a facebook fan too.

Karen said...

Ummmmm everything!!! Esp vinyl and fabric!!!

Lauren said...

I am a Facebook fan... laurenjsummers at gmail dot com

Karen said...

Ummmmm everything!!! Esp vinyl and fabric!!!

LF said...

I could use this to use a better a variety of fonts in my scrapbooks!!

LF said...

I could use this to use a better a variety of fonts in my scrapbooks!!

lacey said...

Oh my! I have been craving this. I need some words for some furniture.

Amber said...

This is awesome! There are too many uses to list!

Veronica said...

i'm a facebook fan too

Jen said...

Also, I am a fan on facebook . . . thank you!!

Lauren said...

oh my!!! I would use this in countless ways! Maybe some wall decor...maybe some favors for my upcoming wedding...I heart everything about this product!

Veronica said...

What a cool machine. I would use it to make vinyl wall art for my girls room

Theresa Cooley said...

I'm a facebook fan!! Always have been, you guys are the greatest!!!!

Nicole Lang said...

I'd want to use it to make those fancy diecut background papers that cost ridiculously too much. Definitely would use it to cut fabric too for my quilts. I love the precision of the cut as well. I've seen side-by-side comparisons of the Cricut & Silhouette and the difference is amazing, so precise! I have a Cricut and I'm so sick of the cartridges! Hubby surprised me with it a few years ago for Valentine's Day, so I'm not complaining! But he'd be a little upset if I went out and bought one of these. ;)

LF said...

I am a fan on Facebook!!

Jen said...

Wow, what would I *not* use this for?! Cards, scrapbooking, VINYL LETTERING!!! Woohoo!!!

LF said...

I put this on my blog!!

Marie said...

I was just telling my husband I wanted one of these for my 30th birthday next week. It would be so awesome to win one! I would use it for cutting fabric and making all kinds of things to decorate my home!

Handmade by Kiki said...

I'm a new facebook fan

kikisdeals@hotmail.com

Handmade by Kiki said...

I would use it for t-shirts. I love the flocked "vinyl" that I have seen being used lately!

kikisdeals@hotmail.com

Elsa said...

I would use the glass etching cream the most! I love that vase idea you posted and I'd like to label all of my glass bakeware and storage containers! I hope I win!! I hope, I hope!

Alicia said...

OhMYGosh! what CAN"T we do with this tool? I'm a quilter so of course my 1st choice will be applique shapes, and stuff to embroider. That T-shirt ont he sillouette site is sure cool- maybe i'll try that 1st!

Jessica said...

Definitely, definitely some glass etching. I now wish to etch everything in sight. (Run while you can, plain jane glass containers, cause I'm lookin' at you!) Awesome giveaway!!!

Angel said...

I would use it for tons of stuff! Home decor.. I love that lilac vase.. craft projects... pretty much everything!

Amber said...

I just became a fan on fb! :)

Randi said...

Im a facebook fan!

Stacia said...

The glass etching and iron on decals are great...there are so many possibilities!

Heather said...

I would use it on everything!!

Orange Peanut said...

I am a loyal follower on Facebook!

Lara said...

I'd be dancing for a year if I could win this. would try out the iron on transfer first and make some T's of Bags.

debbie susee said...

I posted on your fan page but couldn't find the fan button to become a fan. Am I missing something?

Andrea said...

A better question would be what *wouldn't* I use it on? My first project would be to make a word wall for my kids. Then a 0-99 chart. Then I'd decorate my laptop. Then I'd conquer our bathroom. Then...:-)

Tricia said...

I'm a FB Fan!

Melissa Irvin said...

I would definitely want to try my hand at etching! Always wanted to do that!

Lara said...

I became a fan on FB

Theresa Cooley said...

I would definitly use it for wall decor (lettering and designs), for scrapbooking, paper crafting (I've been wanting to make a butterfly mobile for my daughters room and birthday and seasonal banners!!!), card making (I ALWAYS make my own cards), and I would definitely use it to make shirt designs as well as glass etching!!! It would definitely be used in this house!!!!

Melissa Irvin said...

I'm a FB fan too!!!

june said...

I would make banners galore and embellish t shirts! What a generous giveaway!

Tricia said...

I'm a FB Fan!

Jenn said...

I reeallly want to try the heat transfer thing! I've got my fingers crossed...

Orange Peanut said...

I would definitely use the heat transfer paper to make some cute gifts!!! Not to mention just everyday crafting!!!

My fingers are crossed!!!! orangepeanut@gmail.com

Tricia said...

I'd probably use it on everything! And drive my husband nuts...hehe!

Randi said...

I would use it for just about everything.

Taylors said...

I have been wanting to do an owl themed tree on my daughters wall and this would make it that much easier! Plus I need something quick and easy like this for making my families annual Easter cabin trip shirts! So I hope I win!!!

Heather said...

I am a Facebook fan.

Cherry Blossoms said...

I would use it to make homemade cards and vinyl cut outs!

CherryBlossomsDesign AT hotmail

Cherry Blossoms said...

I am a FB Fan!

CherryBlossomsDesign AT hotmail

Elsapurple said...

I've become a facebook fan, too!

SandyQuilts said...

WOW. A new GD is to be born any day now ... I can see 1000's of ideas for her (Olivia). thanks.

Zoë said...

I would love to make tote bags with it :)

Kristen said...

I just moved into a house. I think I would try some home decor projects. What an awesome give-away!

Jeanette said...

I would totally use this for vinyl!! I host a craft night every other month for ladies in my neighborhood and we do lots of vinyl projects!! It would be awesome!

jeanette_kirkham at yahoo dot com

michelle523 said...

i would use it to catch up on my scrapbooking and crafting. I love making lots a great stuff

proud parents said...

I'm a fan!

babysharpe said...

man! i dont normally enter these contest just because i never feel like i will win! but this is waaay too good to risk!
i would decorate my room both here & when i leave for college in a year, just to bring a little bit of home with me. i think i would make just about anyone & everyone i know something, whether it be a heat transfer shirt or a little something to put on a phone or wall or laptop to think of me. i have this wonderful family that isnt even my own that is very dear to my heart, & she has these three beautiful kids who would just adore decorating with this.. OH MAN the possibilities!

proud parents said...

I'd want to try everything! especially the vinyl

lk said...

I would use it to make AMAZING decorations for my kids' birthday parties!

proud parents said...

I'd want to try everything!!

Elsapurple said...

I linked this to my blog, too!

Annie said...

there is no way I can narrow it down to one project- this machine is so cool and I can not wait to do so many of the things it can do! I had no idea this even was out there until looking at this blog post- forget wanting a Cricut I want the Silhouette digital cutting tool instead!

Jenny Cain said...

I am a Fan on Facebook!!

Amy said...

OMG! I want this sooooooo much! I would use this for so many crafty things...scrpbooking, cardmaking,vinyl decor, paper crafting, heck I might even try out some glass etching if I had this bad boy!

Annie said...

There is no way I can just choose one project! I am most excited about the vinyl, heat transfers and glass etching. I had no idea about the machine until I saw this blog post. Forget the Cricut I have been wanting I want the Silhouette digital cutting tool PLEASE!

kris@thebigboat said...

This is what I've been waiting for, a cutter that uses computer files instead of the expensive cartridges! I'd start with some wall designs for the cabin, and hot-rod detailing for bikes and such

brenda said...

I love everything! But I especially love the vinyl and heat transfer applications for home decorating and the possibility of custom T shirt designs.

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