The moment you’ve all been waiting for…

***CLOSED***

It’s here.

And I’m LOVING it.

My box arrived right as I was heading out the door to girls camp. And I totally wanted to stay home to play with it. I even thought about faking sick/injured and making them all a “Hope you had fun at camp without me!” card.

Darn conscience.

I guess it’s a good thing I went to camp because although there are A LOT of card making possibilities,

I didn’t really see anything that fit. Weird. ;)

Some of you may know that I retired from scrapbooking about 10 years ago (and by “retired” I mean “quit because I was so far behind and I kind of sucked at it anyway”). I think if I’d had the Silhouette I might still be scrappin’.

Did you know you can download designs instantly from Silhouette’s online store??? And they’re CHEAP…as in 99 cents per download (and less than that if you buy a subscription — as low as 14 cents!). Why spend $40 or more for a cartridge full of stuff you won’t use when all you really need is a ____________ ?

Remember that time I threw a cupcake birthday party for Macy? I thought about getting some of those darling cupcake wrappers, but I waited so long I was out of options. If I’d had my Silhouette then….

papercraft

I’d have won Mother of the Year for sure.

And Silhouette has a blog! You’ll find TONS of great project ideas:

You’ll also find a FREE download every.single.week!

What did I make first with my Silhouette?

Since I’m a fabric lover, I went straight for the heat transfer.

Since I have a lot of boys, I went straight for this:

biohazard

It turned out great, see?

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So, what’s in it for you?

That’s what.

One lucky Crap I’ve Made reader (who lives in the U.S.) will win:

A Silhouette Machine
(a $299.99 value)

Including:

Silhouette machine
Software for Windows XP/Vista
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

HOW TO ENTER:

Click on the Silhouette machine picture below (or above…whichever…I’m easy) to visit the Silhouette site.

Take a look at all the magic you can work with the Silhouette.

Come back here and leave a comment ON THIS POST saying what the first project you’d make with your Silhouette would be.

***Giveaway closes on Tuesday, August 31st at noon (Utah time). Winner will be announced immediately after!***

Not feeling especially lucky?

Silhouette is offering ALL of you the following deals (use code “craft” at checkout and the extras will automatically be added to your cart):

1) AWESOME PROMO (running from August 23rd through September 1st at midnight)
Buy a machine and receive the following:

$50 off the Silhouette Craft Cutter
Fuzzy white vinyl (valued at $7.99)
Light blue smooth heat transfer (valued at 14.99)
Yellow flocked heat transfer (valued at $14.99)
Home Décor CD (valued at $50)
$10 Gift Card to the Silhouette Download Store (comes in the box)Cutting Blade (comes in the box)
2 Cutting Mats (comes in the box)

All for $249.99
(a savings of $137.97)

Just think of how much you’ll save on gift giving this year!

2) GOOD PROMO (running from September 2nd through September 4th at midnight)
Buy a machine and receive the following:

$50 off the Silhouette Craft Cutter
2 rolls of Heat transfer ($29.89 value)
$10 Gift Card to the Silhouette Download Store(comes in the box)
Cutting Blade (comes in the box)
2 Cutting Mats(comes in the box)

All for $249.99
(a savings of $79.98)

Stay tuned for more Silhouette projects all week long!

***FTC disclosure: Silhouette provided me with a free machine to use and review. They are also providing the free machine to the winner of this giveaway.***

Comments

  1. Silhouette = vinyl decor = christmas presents!!!

    That machine really is awesome! Fingers crossed on this one.

  2. Love it! I would totally do some vinyl on glass projects! These things are really cool! :)

  3. QuiltingFitzy says:

    Yup, I'm waiting to do some cowboy art on a kitchen tablecloth!

  4. Kristine Robinson says:

    I want this, I want this, I want this! My very first project would probably be a heat transfer. The words Suck It would probably be on a lot of my T-shirts. If I don't win, I might just have to come over and play with yours!

  5. Crabby Nanners says:

    It is a tough one. But I would like to try the heat transfer. I have a son who loves "joke" shirts and would like to make his own.

  6. Christine says:

    I am dying to make a subway art sign using vinyl letters, that would be project number one. Sweet giveaway…

  7. I would definitely be making some uber cute shirts for my son. I love the one you made! Maybe like a superman symbol or something lol. I could do a million things with it!!

  8. Heat transfer t shirts for my boys, vinyl wall art for my baby girls room, and then glass etching for christmas presents!

  9. A heat transfer for a onesie for soon-to-be newborn!!

  10. I so so so want to win this!! I LOVE the heat transfer and would definitely need to add some bling to my pillows and a few baby onesies with the rhinestones too. And of course, the possibilities for vinyl are endless at my house, from the laundry sign to labeling the kids' toy bins. Hope I'm lucky enough!

  11. I have been debating about getting one for a long time! Wondering how easy it was to use? I am a crafter, scrapbooker, cardmaker, so I would probably start with a card and then move on to all kinds of fun projects! Possibilities look endless!

  12. I have been wanting to try a heat transfer to make some cute shirts for my kids for an upcoming birthday party. This would be perfect!

  13. So many possibilities…. but my first project would probably be something with the heat transfer.

  14. YAY this is seriously THE BEST giveaway EVER!! I personally would be doing heat transfers. AND I'd be playing around with some ideas for some bows I do that require lots of cutting.

  15. Fantastic! The first thing I'd do is make t-shirts. I love the heat transfer.

  16. curtandjenb says:

    WOW – what an awesome give-a-way! I'd for sure be starting on my daughter's 2 year birthday invites….even though nearly 6 months away. But with the endless possibilities, I might need 6 months !

  17. kimberlykikki says:

    OMG, i'd start with a card for sure, then prolly shirts for the kids, who knows after that!! Just hoping I win.

  18. This is great – I'm an avid scrapbooker so I would work on finishing my current project of my son's trip to Ireland – I know I could find many fun things to cut for this book!

  19. Maria McClain says:

    Love it! I really want one! I would use it for heat transfer & vinyl! Maybe I could get caught up on my scrapbooking too! ;-)

  20. Charles And Kristen says:

    There are so many things I would make that it is kinda hard to know where I would start. I guess I may would start with the basic vinyl lettering!!

  21. Oh what wouldn't I make!! I would probably start with some scrappy fun so that I can make my wedding photo album all awesome. But then I would definitely be making some heat transfer shirts/ pjs/ pillows…

  22. First thing would be some glass etchings for Christmas presents!

  23. What would I start with? There is so much to choose from! I would love some vinyl i my house though, I have been loving subway art and having a silhouette would me it a much easier project!

  24. wow-so much I could do! I'd start with the vinyl-I've been wanting a welcome for my front door.

  25. Surely if I keep entering all these contests, I'll eventually win a Silhouette, right?? I'm about to redo my little guy's room, and would love to have the machine to help me with his wall art. Then I'll probably start labeling everything in sight! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  26. I would label everything in my pantry with vinyl! ;D

    That shirt iss o cute! And so is your new blog! Love it!

  27. [email protected] says:

    cupcake wrappers, shirt for my daughter, finish the butterfly mural on her wall…..

  28. yaynaptime says:

    Definitely a glass etching project! We have two side light windows on either side of our front door with plain glass, and I'd LOVE to do a design on them for some added privacy.

  29. Daydream Believer says:
  30. I would love to have it for heat transfers and freezer paper stencils! Oh the possibilities!

  31. My first project would be some new decor items for the home we are hoping to buy!

  32. littledorf says:

    I would love to get into glass etching. i have so many ideas!!

  33. I would use it to get caught up on my scrapbooking (only 9 years behind) THEN I would use it for heat transfer and THEN for appliques for some quilting project I've been putting off. THEN on to the vinyl, OH THE POSSIBILITIES! YAY!

  34. I would etch every glass container that we own! There would be "P"'s on everything!

  35. I would love to have a go at making some cool vinyl wall art! :)

  36. Bobbie Mackey says:

    heat transfers. i have been meticulously cutting freezer paper for a very special outfit for my baby girls outfit in september. i am also working on a mural for her new bedroom with flowers and butterflies and a very hungry caterpillar. would make all of this so easy!

    bobbie @ marshallpublib.org

  37. Ruth & Asher says:

    I want to do some T-shirts or some glass etching. Oooo I want one so bad!

  38. Ruth & Asher says:

    I want to do some T-shirts or some glass etching. Oooo I want one so bad!

  39. I would be using it to decorate some plain onesies with the heat transfer for sure!!

  40. I'm totally putting this on my Christmas list…
    I'd start with some heat transfers for sure. Probably on some onesies.

  41. We have a family reunion coming up and this would be great for matching t-shirts, and a million other crafts to pull our shin-dig together. Please enter me in the drawing.
    Thanks, Jan

  42. I'd be using the heat transfer making capabilities for sure! I love their example projects, and that shirt you made is awesome.

  43. I, too, have given up on scrapbooking. But I will never fall out of love with fabrics and decorating. I would wet my pants if I won this amazing tool! I would love to use it for stenciling and, OMG, the vinyl decor possibilities!…

  44. Sherry Saville says:

    Love the heat transfer~maybe I'd actually get homemade Christmas gifts done this year?

  45. Jonathan and Raechel says:
  46. With football season coming up, I would make my sons personalized jerseys to cheer on our Buckeyes! My husband will flip

  47. Leigh Anne says:

    I would make some labels for toy bins in my kids playroom. It would make me so happy to see all the organization ;) Thanks!

  48. I would make a onesie for my baby's first birthday!

  49. heat transfer all the way!

  50. I have been drooling over these machines ever since I first saw them! First project would definitely be t-shirts – I am not so great with that x-acto knife! Then wall decor… or cards… or glass etching… oh, crossing my fingers that this is my lucky day!!!

  51. I would make vinyl cutouts, and would probably start with a subway art project!

  52. Oh, I'm all about the heat transfers! My son just started 1st grade at a school with an owl mascot, and the Silhouette store has a TON of great owl images.

  53. so many many many things I would make with that thing!! First I would start with the transfers for clothes and then I would pounce all over those adorable treat boxes and cupcake wrappers!!

  54. I have been wanting this since I saw it! So many options of things to do!

  55. TaylorMade says:

    The Very first thing I would do is make vinyl designs to help label all my spices. I have over 30, and they are in just plain containers. I would SO SO SO love to have this machine.

  56. Wow! I'd definitely be trying out the heat transfer on something. Amazing!

    Also, LOVE the new look, Char! It's looks totally rad!

  57. I would love to try out the heat transfer vinyl to make some things for my soon to be born little boy. I can think of some great ways to decorate his room too :)

  58. TheDixiePixie says:

    I really, really want to try etched glass! but those cupcake wrappers did look really cute, and the fabric transfer – the possibilities are endless! Please, please, please pick me :)

  59. My first project would be something with the vinyl. Thanks for the chance to win

  60. corvustristis says:

    You know, as a microbiologist, my first project might have to be your first project. I could put biohazard signs on everything and be perfectly happy.

    I'd also have to play with their "auto-outline" function and see if I can get some of my own artwork through the machine.

    corvus.melloriATgmailDOTcom

  61. mommieof4munchkins says:

    I would LOVE to make some cute vinyl doll clothes to put on my son's dresser so he can learn to put his clothes away ;)

  62. thehillbillies says:

    I like the possibility of playing with bling! How cool!!! And like everyone else, heat transfering would be great too… and playing with vinyl… Geez, does this thing ROCK or what!!!

  63. christine says:

    First, T-shirts. Second, catch up on my scrapbooking, Third, some of those paper stars on the website. Because by the time I caught up with my scrapbooking it would probably be Christmas. Probably next Christmas.

  64. You tricksy little person you!! My first project would be some vinyl to do a day of the week outfit hanger so DH won't get confused as to what the kidlets should be wearing..then the alphabet so LouLou can see the letters she's singing…oh the places I will go with it…pick me pick me pick me!!!

  65. Canadaland says:

    I need this! I would totally be doing the heat transfer stuff. Love it!

  66. This is such a cool machine! I would have a hard time deciding between the glass etching and the vinyl for my 1st product. Christmas gifts would be so easy to do this year with this machine!!!

  67. I LOVE IT!!! I would do lots of vinyl! I love the o holy night tile! So awesome!

  68. I would start out with some vinyl…maybe a little bird to put in my daughter's room. Awesome giveaway!

  69. I would DEFINATLEY start with some cute matching tshirts for my 3 yr old and 9 month old.
    ::crossing fingers::

  70. I love fun t-shirts and heat transfer is definitely my first choice for project #1! Thanks for this opportunity!

  71. I would make something with vinyl, probably something for my office/sewing room first. Thanks for a chance to win a very cool prize!

  72. jenpetersen says:

    I'd make some cards (even though I'm not a card maker) because someone put me in charge of making cards for the Relief Society Retreat in September and I have no idea what to do.

  73. heat transfer!! I totally want to do some heat transfer for my girls!

    sarah8914 at gmail dot com

  74. I'd start with vinyl. I know it's played out but honestly I kinda want a snazzy saying on my bedroom wall.

  75. Jeanne Lobsinger says:

    I would also do heat transfer! I need to make running T-shirts for my group of friends for our Mud Run in November!!

  76. I'd love to use some of the heat transfer vinyl for tee shirts.

  77. I would start and finish my daughter's baby book before baby number 2 is due in November. This would definitely motivate me!

  78. Anything and everything. I can'nt decide

  79. I want this! This is awesome!

    I would make some vinyl decorations for my kids' room!

    shelly at flottfamily dot com

  80. I think I'd start in the kitchen and go label-happy,then heat transfers,with rhinestones, probably even attempt glass etching. Thanks for the giveaway,I'd love to win!
    [email protected]

  81. Debbie Cook says:

    Heat transfers for my sons for sure. Then vinyl wall decor for me. And, and, and …

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway and have fun with your new Silhouette! How fun.

  82. Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} says:

    I would be all over some heat transfer projects!

  83. Heat transfer for sure–I have an idea for a shirt for me!

  84. I'm loving the new heat transfer stuff I've seen lately. AWESOME!

  85. The first thing I would do would be a heat transfer. Thanks for the give a way

  86. I have been lusting after one of these machines since I first started hearing about them in blogland a few months ago. My first project would be vinyl or paper cutouts to use on canvases for my soon to arrive baby girl's nursery.

  87. Heat transfers and vinyl decorations for my baby boys room.

    redhockeywings at live .com

  88. Blake & Anya Young says:

    You HAVE to pick me!!! I need to make cupcake wrappers and shirt for the HC's 1st birthday. Not to mention the vinyl decorations for her new nursery.

  89. Blake & Anya Young says:

    You HAVE to pick me!!! I need to make cupcake wrappers and shirt for the HC's 1st birthday. Not to mention the vinyl decorations for her new nursery.

  90. Ashley @ Ashley's Craft Corner says:

    I would use heat transfer to make t-shirts as Christmas gifts.

  91. Ooo, that is too cool! I think I'd definitely make some wall art first, I've got a few empty spaces needing just that!

  92. i'd make some fancy shirts for my kids. so neat.

  93. Ah-mazing. The first creation would definitely be some heat-transfered onesies for our little guy on the way!

  94. I want this soooo much……to make tshirts of course ;)

  95. Laura Major (Learning Is Child's Play) says:

    I would have to make something using the Rhinestones! I've got a thing for bling! :)

  96. What would I do first? Oh my, how do I decide? I guess I'd make a welcome sign for my front door out of vinyl.

  97. I have been dying to try the heat transfer for my son. BUt hubby won't approve anymore craft stuff…but if I win it…

  98. I would love to make some cute shirts for Christmas presents!

  99. I'd make cool t-shirts for my daughter and son. Vinyl wall decoration for all over my house and pretty much anything that will sit still. Christmas cards, birthday presents, the list could go on forever. I hope I win! Great giveaway.

  100. I would definitely use the heat transfer first…but I have TONZ of other ideas floating around in my head…I would LOVE to win!!!!

  101. Mrs Chronic-Shock says:

    My first project would be finishing my son's baby book! He's 1 and I have 3 pages done :| Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

  102. Dean, Andrea, Tanner, and Landon says:

    Endless possibilities but I'd probably begin with vinyl on my walls!

  103. Oh, I sooo want this machine. I really want to try the heat transfer…and the glass etching has me intrigued!
    blessed.mama4 at yahoo dot com

  104. It's hard to say what would really be the FIRST project I'd make, but I know I'd put it to immediate use. The first projectS that I'd make would probably be either an etched privacy window and a bundle of paper crafted goodies for my son's second birthday.

    I didn't know Utah had it's own time zone. I thought it was Mountain Standard Time….:)

  105. I love everything… I'd definitely be cutting some vinyl for my BIL's upcoming wedding decor! And my house! And my husband's classroom! And my car! :)

  106. Kim @ seven thirty three says:

    I would love this!!! I already have a cricut, but this would just extend my possibilities… I keep hearing all this great stuff about heat transfers, so of course, I want it for that. AND for making even cooler freezer paper stencils!

  107. I would use it to cut out decals for my son's backpack for a first project.

  108. I would start with the heat transfers for sure…maybe some pillows, then some T-shirts…. the possibilities are endless!

  109. Christina says:

    I'm in the process of planning 2 baby showers so this would make my life so much easier and probably make me the hostess with the mostess! I've been bugging hubby for one but if I won one, that would be terrific because I don't think hubby is biting on the bait I've left out:-(

  110. The first thing I'd make is a target for the inside of the toilet. I've got too many boys in my house :P

  111. Srtaperez says:

    I would etch something ASAP and then i would cut out vinyl letters for my walls!!!

  112. I would do like you and go for some shirts. :)

  113. Seriously?!!! How cute is the fish bowl etched with his name? I need to do this and many glass dishes. Wow and for wedding gifts…the possibilites are endless. Not to mention after two boys I have my first little girl on the way and am full fledged into decorating her nursery and could use it for MANY projects in there.

  114. i'd love to try the heat transfer!

  115. Lexie & Jeff says:

    This machine is incredible! I would probably plaster my house with vinyl first-or put my kids names on everything I could. The heat transfer is cool, too. So many possibilities!

    By the way, I love your new blog design!

  116. Lexie & Jeff says:

    This machine is incredible! I would probably plaster my house with vinyl first-or put my kids names on everything I could. The heat transfer is cool, too. So many possibilities!

    By the way, I love your new blog design!

  117. Ooohhh!!! I would started checking off my Christmas present list and make heat transfers on shirts and vinyl wall decorations!!! What a great giveaway!

  118. I definitely want to try the glass etching!!!! Thanks, you rock!

  119. Karlalala says:

    This thing is so cool. I want one. The first thing I would do would be to create team t-shirts for my Strides Against Breast Cancer team using the heat transfer and the rhinestones.

    I love your blog – started reading it over the weekend and read the entire thing. Love it.

  120. I would start making Christmas decorations with vinyl. Oh, I sure would love to win this!

  121. Like so many others, heat transfer would be first up. I'm super excited because they are releasing the Mac software in just a few short weeks!!

  122. I want to do the glass etching, then I could be the coolest girl!

  123. I'm torn between the glass etching and vinyl. I'd love to make some temporary things for my girls rooms with the vinyl! What a great giveaway!

  124. My first project would be the list of paper art projects on my desk. I have a list 15 deep of people wanting a picture. I can't believe Kristine would put 'suck it' on t-shirts!

  125. OH wow!! love Love LOVE it!! I'd so sell my cricut and make some t-shirts for my kid, nieces and then everyone! haha! This is awesome! here's to hoping I actually win something from your site. ;)

  126. Love the rhinestones I would have never thought of that! So cute to add bling to my girls shirts and to make some fun cards!!

    Love your blog.

  127. I'd use it to decorate my daughters room, and sooo much more! The possibilities are endless!!

  128. Another chance … I'm DYING to win one!! My first project would be a heat transfer shirt project(s) for my kiddos. I love all the fun ideas.

  129. i would first use is for heat transfers! then for vinyl, glass etching, scrapbooking, etc!

  130. I really need to win this! My son's room is in serious need of decor, and I would make some fun silhouettes of children playing for his walls.

  131. I would love to use the heat transfer to customize some onesies and t-shirts for my girls :) The I would etch a bunch of glass vases or mirrors for wedding presents.

  132. I just found out I'm pregnant with my first. I would have to do onesies!

  133. My first project would be a wall quote for my Sons bedroom. Love the new look of your blog!

  134. I would so love this. SO MUCH! The first thing I would do…is…hmmm…probably, make some vinyl decals for my girls' rooms. Or, maybe do some of the nifty glass etching…or, maybe a cute heat transfer shirt and onesies. i just don't know!

  135. Christina says:

    I would have to try out the heat transfer on some t's for my girls.

  136. So many things I have been dying to make, but don't want to take the time to cut out the tedious little pictures. Like heat transfers, or some of the freezer paper t-shirts for my kids! It's my birthday this week, and I am dying to spend some birthday money on craft stuff! Love this!

  137. Treasure Life's Little Moments! says:

    Everything looks so fun..I would start with Vinyl!!!

  138. All about us! says:

    I'd make something with Rhinestones!!!! Maybe then I could retire my Bedazzler (I really own one LOL!). My daughter loves to put "sparklies" on just about anything. What a neat machine that is!

  139. Tyler and Becky Rider says:

    The first thing I would love to try is the heat transer. I do lots of appliques now and would love to skip the cutting by hand step. And then I would break out the vinyl and put it all over my house.

  140. Kelli @ WhimsiKel says:

    I would LOVE to try my hand at glass etching. I've had my eye toward trying an etched trifle bowl for a while now. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  141. --strings and things-- says:

    Heat transfer and vinyl! I'm dying to get this house decorated, and honestly, my little cricut just isn't cuttin' in. No pun intended :)

  142. I am so crossing all my fingers right now- I would love one and have a bazillion projects I'd love to try but the top on my list is using it to etch glass. Thanks for the chance to win!

  143. Oh my goodness, what a wonderful giveaway! I really liked the heat transfer ideas. I would probably make some matching shirts for my kiddos. Thanks, hope to win :)

  144. Ranae Broadhead says:
  145. Xeyedmary says:

    OOO! It's a toss-up between vinyl wall decorations and T-shirt iron-ons! Please include me in your drawing- thanks!

  146. Annie of Blue Gables says:

    I love the etching part. I always make wedding glasses for the happy couple with their names etched on the side. But going to the local copy shop costs a bit to get the vinyl cut. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    (crossing my fingers)
    IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!IhopeIwin!

  147. I would make a framed monogram and then some heat transfers T's.

  148. wow i drool when i look at this. i think the first project i'd start on with this is doing a wall vinyl in the new nursery. crossin' my fingers!

  149. Steve and Nikki says:

    Heat transfer for sure!

  150. Duzza Bear says:

    I'd be making t-shirts and pillows like crazy. Love that purple shirt on the site. If I actually won it I think my kids would be totally neglected for a week or so.

  151. Vivian Frei says:

    I would use it for my kids birthday party I have coming up the end of September. Oh, that would make my life incredibly easier.

  152. Glass etching! I have tried it before but not with a machine like the Silhouette! It would make it so much easier! Thank you!

  153. I'd make a shirt I've been wanting to make that says Santa Rosa!

  154. I would start making my Christmas cards!! Maybe they would actually get done this year:)

  155. Oh, how lovely! I've been drooling over these machines for several years. The first thing I would do is make a fancy monogram for the mirror in our entry. Have fun with your new toy!

  156. mythreeeangels says:

    Wow, this is such a cool machine/toy! I think shirts for my daughter's birthday party would have to be first on my list…

  157. Charles And Kristen says:

    I think I may try and make the cupcake wrappers. We have a birthday party coming up.

  158. I would love to have this machine! I'd start with vinyl for sure, but I'm very excited about how many uses I could find for it

  159. SewCalGal says:

    What fun. But I really thought you are THE MOM OF THE YEAR!

    First thing I'd do with the Silohuette is decorate my bathrooms & kitchen(swirls, words, etc.). They are so boring in plain white and need help!

    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

  160. frugalmom says:

    I think I would do heat transfer stuff to embellish clothing!

  161. JillybeansMommy says:

    LOVE this! I would be all over some custom apparel… my daughter needs more clothing, right? I would lose sleep if I got this because I'd want to try it all!! Bring it on. :)

  162. Ok I sooo want one of these!!!! I have quite a few vinyl lettering ideas floating around in my head that I have wanted to do for a long time – so that would be one of my first projects. But since I don't have vinyl sitting around, and I'd have to get it out of the box right away, I'd probably use it to do some paper crafts with my daughters (all 5 of them would love it too.)

  163. OOO. I want one soooo bad! I want to try etching mirrors for gifts!

  164. I'd go straight to scrapbooking!

  165. Natalie K says:

    I would probably take advantage of everything it has to offer, but I'd prob start out by using for scrapbooking…I need a reason to get back into that again! :)

  166. Steve & Heather says:

    I would definitely do some vinyl for my kid's rooms. We're in the Army and move often so it would be an easy way to decorate and easy clean up when we move. Thanks so much for the opportunity. Love your blog!

  167. Steve & Heather says:

    I would definitely do some vinyl for my kid's rooms. We're in the Army and move often so it would be an easy way to decorate and easy clean up when we move. Thanks so much for the opportunity. Love your blog!

  168. Our Family says:

    My first project would be the super cute glass etched fish bowl!

  169. WOW!! What an awesome giveaway! I'm not that lucky enough to win, but if I do, I would make something with vinyl for my walls.

  170. I think I'd make some vinyl decor for my house… maybe a cute little saying for my little girl's room. Or I'd make a "Skalet est. 2008" sign for our family room. O the possibilities…..:)

  171. I'm thinking Christmas gifts… using just about every option!

  172. I would make some vinyl graffiti for the walls and then try some t shirt heat transfers.

  173. kyle * krystin says:
  174. I would be making christmas gifts. I would also be using it to decorate my own house with it. The very first thing I would be doing with it is heat transfers. I would go crazy making clothing for my boys.

  175. Tyler and Ericka says:

    This is awesome! First thing I would do would be etched glass on an old window I have laying around!

  176. Jenalyn and Mike says:

    The heat transfer stuff would be so fun…but so would the cards…and the vinyl… Oh the possibilities are endless!!!

  177. Nesiejean says:

    The first thing I would do is create a vinyl stencil for the sidelights around my front door and etch the glass! Then tattoos for my nephew for christmas, then ornaments, then t-shirts and , and, and …

  178. BriBedell says:

    My first project would be to make viynl words for my kitchen! I need to find a cute saying though :)

  179. I would do a vinyl project. We just remodeled our kitchen and I need something above my cupboards.. cupcakes, words.. anything!

  180. The first thing I'd make would be a vinyl quote for my kitchen wall I've been wanting to do forever. After that: scrapbooking…card making…glass etching…etc. I'm so getting one of these even if I don't win, it's too awesome to pass up.

  181. I would love to make Christmas presents with this!

  182. Erin (jlk mom) says:

    I want to say that I would start with heat transfer. My sil needs lots of onesies for her little twins to be born in 2 weeks. Next, I would finish all of my walls with vinyl.

  183. I would love to make a scrapbook for my grandmother with all her grand and great-grand children in it!

  184. I think I'd start off with some Christmas decor using vinyl.

  185. Wow, this really looks amazing! I think my first project would be some vinyl for our nursery wall, maybe a tree with a bird or something. It's still looking pretty bare in there!

  186. Weatherbee ;) says:

    There's so much I would want to do with this machine!!! But I think first, I would have to start with some temporary tattoos! My husband has…a few…and the kids (of course) want to be just like daddy, so they LOVE temporary little tattoos. This would be awesome to be able to print my own! SWEET! :)

  187. Sandra E. says:

    I have been wanting to do some heat transfers for my kids and then none of my walls have vinyl yet! They'd be getting covered for sure!

  188. Oh.my.gosh! What a great give-away! I think I'd hit the vinyl lettering first. Been wanting to stencil my laundry room but running out of ooomph. This would help! :-) Thanks!

  189. Wow. The real question is, what wouldn't I make?!

    The pretty pink damask shirt is my favorite, I'd definitely make one of those. (Plus, probably a bajillion temporary tattoos. Let's be honest. )

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  190. Curt and Alexandra says:

    I would jump on the heat transfers for my son. I have a bunch of ideas already and this would be so much easier than freezer paper stenciling!

  191. Cute heat transfer onesies for my baby boy and eeeeeeevil heat transfer shirts for my 5yo boy. I hope I win! I really need one of those.

  192. I'd make heat transfer designs for my little girl, Christmas gifts, etc, etc, etc! Thanks for the chance!

  193. thebirdflock says:

    I have some vinyl decor projects I am looking at, so that is where I would start.

  194. I would do the heat transfers on some shirts for my boys and my girl. They would be so cute! I would LOVE to win!

    sorry post's hubby's name
    aldwedgi at hotmail dot com

  195. if I had one of these, I am so making custom tshirt for my boys!!!

  196. I would immediately get started on my scrapbooking! I am way way behind! Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

  197. I'm wanting to try out the glass etching so bad. Maybe a glass cookie jar?? I would use the machine for so much more though. Vinyl, scrapbooking, cards…………..I want to do it all!

  198. I'm all about custom apparel. My kids have unique names and I can never find anything with for them with their names on it.

  199. the first thing i'd make: vinyl wall art. like all over the place. i'd probably over-do it too. just sayin'. kristinmik at gmail dot com

  200. I'd love to do some heat transfers to embellish some new fall clothes for my kids.

  201. I almost missed this post! So glad I saw it.

    I would love to try the heat transfers as well. But I would also love to make some cool vinyl designs. I do a lot of scrapbooking so I would probably use it mostly for that but I want to experiment as well.

    Thanks for hosting!

  202. Sami and Mark says:

    What wouldn't I make??? Seriously though for the longest time I've been wanting some personalized vinyl decor for my walls. This would be a perfect opportunity. Plus I have 2 adorable little girls and would love to make them some personalized clothes!

  203. The first project I would do would involve the vinyl!

  204. Heat transfer for my 1 year old! He needs some unique shirts! =) Can't wait to find out. Good luck everyone!

  205. Bonnie Michelle says:

    I'd make some t-shirts to commemorate the climb up Half Dome last September… I didn't climb because I was 8.5 months pregnant, but my in-laws and husband did and they all want t-shirts. So if I had this machine, I'd finally make those for them :)

  206. BreAna Palmer says:

    oh, oh, oh, I have so many ideas. I would fist start in my kids rooms and put vinyl everywhere. lol. then I think I would start and make lots of christmas gifts. Oh the posibility's . Oh I hope I win.

  207. I'd make some shirts for my kids

  208. I would make something fancy for the house we JUST BOUGHT on friday with the vinyl decor. our first house!

  209. Ryan & Kim Pease says:

    would definetly use it on scrapbooking. I've been meaning to start my daughters scrap book before I get so behind…this would be the perfect thing to get me started!!! I've been begging my husband for one, but he doesnt know why its so awesome and why I want one so bad…YET!

  210. Ryan & Kim Pease says:

    would definetly use it on scrapbooking. I've been meaning to start my daughters scrap book before I get so behind…this would be the perfect thing to get me started!!! I've been begging my husband for one, but he doesnt know why its so awesome and why I want one so bad…YET!

  211. Dang. That's cool! I'd start with tshirts. i've been in a tshirt makin' mood lately! Thanks Char!!!

  212. Oh this machine would make my life so much easier!!! I love the heat transfer feature…have you seen the onesie they have on their blog from last week?? ADORABLE!!! I actually asked them on facebook the other day what they did with all their projects from their blog but sadly haven't heard back yet! I would so buy all of those projects until I WIN one of these or talk my husband into letting me buy one!

    ps…since you have a machine would you want to make me one of those onsies??? :)

  213. wow This is awesome!! I don't know what I would do first. Either temp. tattoos because I know all the kids at the school would LOVE them at the back to school carnival or the wall decals because I have been procrastinating buying any and just keep saying I NEED TO MAKE MY OWN!!

    This is soooo exciting!

  214. Heat transfers on onesies for the new baby and the older boy for sure!

  215. What a great giveaway! I would love to do a million things with this. The first thing I'd do is the heat transfers though. Those are cool! Thanks!

  216. The Girl Creative says:

    Looks like a really fun machine. :) I'd definitely be making some embellished clothes for my kids. :) I would LOVE to win this. What a cool giveaway. Thanks for hosting!

  217. WOWZA CHAR! That is awesome. I totally want to do some vinyl in my new flooded house once it is put back together. Love that thing.

  218. I would definately use the silhouette to do heat transfers for my kids and the rhinestones for my little princess. I also want to try glass etching and of course vinyl for my home. Crossing my fingers!!!…

  219. Andrew and Lindsey says:
  220. This is an awesome giveaway! If I won the first thing I'd probably do is use it to make a stencil to etch my unity candle vase.

  221. Mommy of Three says:

    wow this would be a tough decision. there are wayyyy to many things you could do. I think my first project would be something with vinyl. I would like to put some beautiful quote on my daughters wall. Keeping my fingers crossed. =) Kristy

  222. The Mang Family says:

    I would make a pair of matching shoes for my twins' 1st Birthday! I already have the design picked out!! =D

  223. Ramona Burke says:

    OMG, i want one of these soooooooo badly! I'm all about the heat transfer… probably shirts for my little dude, but maybe shirts for my husband's company… and letters for the wall…. and paper dolls for my little girl…. and scrapbooky stuff for my sister…
    I really really want a silhouette….

  224. The heat transfer vinyl is a must! I would love to go crazy with that! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  225. Ever since I first heard about the Silhouette, I've wanted one SO BAD!!!!! Thanks for offering such an awesome giveaway, Char! If I had this awesome machine, I would use it to make heat transfer shirts for my nieces and nephew for Christmas-there's 7 of them!

  226. My mom’s 80th birthday is this year and I would make the invitations and all the decorations. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Carolyn

  227. Elsapurple says:

    I would etch all of my glass bakeware. My husband would use it too! He's use the vinyl cutouts to dye discs for disc golf (yes, disc golf is really a serious game) :)

  228. The 4 Hoggans says:

    I am into fabric too. The heat transfer would be so fun. My mind is going crazy with ideas.

  229. The Dummers says:

    I'm not feeling particularly lucky but I'm hoping this changes my luck a little bit! I would start out with some cards! They're so stinking cute!

  230. Full Throttle Ad Specialties says:

    Home decor galore!!! I am so excited for this. Finally a pratical machine and not outrageous in price! No more having to buy cartridges that get lost, broken, and are a pain to store. Great idea!!

  231. A Sweet Pea in a Pod says:

    This machine is sooo awesome, would LOVE to win it because there is no way my husband would let me buy one unless it's while he is deployed. (I bought my cricut when he was at basic) :) The first project I would make would be a "My mommy makes my bows!" For my daughter and my friend's daughter!

  232. I think I just need to start saving my moneys!! I want one of these so bad!! But then again who wouldn't want one of these?!
    I would start with a quote wall in my hall way!

  233. I would have to go with the heat transfers, they are calling my name! I have a feeling the temporary tattoos would be a close second, my kids would LOVE them!

  234. I would love to use this for scarbooking and cards. I make all the cards for my ward birthdays. This would make i much eaiser!!

  235. I would FINALLY put together my wedding scrapbook!

  236. Vinyl,vinyl and more vinyl!!!

  237. I love the heat transfers. But I also want to put a big vinyl M on my cookie jar, I think that would be first.

  238. Like you, I'd start with the heat transfer vinyl.

  239. I have 4 birthdays coming up. Invitations, favors, decorations, clothes… wow – what couldn't I make?!?! My daughter is having a Japanese themed party. It would be totally cute to cut out some little blossoms for decorations and to add to her invites.

  240. Man, all the things look really cute. I have identical twin boys due here in 10 days and I would love to make them cute original onesies and sleepers while they are in the NICU. Maybe even put a design on some cute newborn hats.

  241. benjaminsmama says:

    Vinyl! I've been itching to do some vinyl projects.

  242. Something Wilde says:

    Wow – I think I'd try some heat transfer on my curtains. They need a little pick me up!

  243. christmas gifts for sure!

  244. would totally use it for heat transfer

  245. heat transfer for sure!!!!

  246. Elizabeth says:

    I think I would first have to try making a tattoo for the kidos……they love them and how cool is it that you can make one with this machine!!!

  247. Val, Chad & Kaden says:

    I would love to make shirts with this! I would love to win :)

  248. Val, Chad & Kaden says:

    I would love to make shirts with this! I would love to win :)

  249. Kim's Treasures says:

    I would make some vinyl for some of the glass in my kitchen! Great giveaway! Thanks for sharing!

  250. I'm pregnant and due in October. I've been wanting to make big bro/little bro shirts. This would make it so much easier!

  251. Savannah O'Gwynn says:

    OH MY!! What a great giveaway:) Thanks for the chance to win! I think I would start making my Christmas Gifts–vinyl decor for the walls….and then heat transfers for my nieces and nephews….I would make things for my cards and scrapbook pages….just EVERYTHING! I LOVE it:) Thanks again!

  252. The first thing I'd make are some BYU football shirts for my kiddos using the heat transfers! We just love football season.
    ambersell{at}hotmail.com

  253. after I hid it from my husband ( he is totally into these things) I would probably go nuts with wall vinyls to decorate my kids rooms since we just moved into this house and things are still pretty boring.

  254. Trisha @ 3 Four and Under says:
  255. My first project would be the heat transfer paper. I would love to win this!

  256. monzielynch says:

    I would love my daughter (who's 6) to draw something and then heat transfer it. I would love to see what she came up with for herself, her sister and her baby brother. So fun to try to use this machine for SO MANY fun projects!

  257. I would use it for some vinyl projects that I've been eying but not doing because I need a silhouette!

  258. What a great giveaway! I love the vinyl "drop your drawers here" laundry sign.

  259. John and Alisha Stults says:

    I have a wall of family photos, and I love seeing all the vinyl sayings on other people's walls. I think I would put our family name really big, and below that Established 2004. Family is really important to me and I would love to make a statement like that. And now, of course, winning this Silhouette is very important to me! Ha!

  260. I'd have to do the heat transfer to fabric. Specifically a bird on a pillow.

  261. Powers to be says:

    Definitely Etched Glass!!! EVERYTHING this year will be handmade for Christmas gifts!!! We have quite a few beer lovers in our family and personalized mugs would be just perfect!!!

  262. I would probably start with an etched glass project. I love the professional look of the simple designs!

  263. Maddie Lumpkin says:

    I would lay awake at night just thinking of great projects to do.

  264. I have no idea what I'd make first. The list of things I want to do is so long. :) I would probably make some monograms for my kids' rooms.

  265. The first thing I would do is use the fabric transfer like you talked about! I want to make my twins a shirt that says Big Sister on front w/ a 1 on the back and Little Brother on the front w/ a 2 on the back!!

  266. I'm a cardmaker, so I'm sure I'd start with cardstock!

  267. First thing I would do is use it to help my mom finish her scrapbook from when she took my son to Disneyland. :)

  268. Tammy and Brian Family says:

    The first thing I would do is a vinyl lettering project, for my kitchen and living room! This is such an awesome machine!!!

  269. PatriciaRaeDesigns says:
  270. I would start with the heat transfers.With baby #2 on the way I could create some awesome onsies!!! I am keeping my fingers crossed!!

  271. I'd make some super cute onesies for my baby girl and some cool shirts for my son using the heat transfer!

  272. Amanda Jones says:

    My first project would be some vinyl lettering for my new house. We moved in a few months ago and the walls are still pretty bare. What a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

  273. The first thing I would do is make some vinyl word art for my walls. The machine has so many possibilities.

  274. I'm torn between the vinyl decor projects and the heat transfers. The temporary tattoo sounds fun too (since I would never get a real one!)

  275. Every Christmas we make T-shirts for each of the kids as stocking stuffers. They're unique, cool, and always perfect for the kid in question. We use iron ons and it's not as awesome as I'd like it to be. With the Silhouette I'd start with that project. I know Christmas is kinda far away, but I like to get things done early!

  276. I would first do some glass etching…i have lots of vases and blocks that I would love to try that on.

  277. The King's says:

    Vinyl decor projects for my girls rooms. They have informed me they are too big for the baby decor' in there now :)

  278. Our Family says:

    So many options! But I would probably start with some card making stuff!

  279. thecannon5 says:

    Oh I would love to win this, I would love to do the Vinyl lettering. I love how you can express yourself in any room you go in. I love the feeling it brings to a room. Would love to make gifts as well.

  280. Camie Rae says:

    Dude, I'm with you! I would go right for the heat transfers! My boy are in need of some cute shirts…and pants!

  281. Thanksgiving table decor would be first! Followed by Christmas madness…

  282. I definitely start making heat transfer stuff….whatever I can get my hands on!!

  283. I'd make some heat transfer shirts for a family reunion. Then I'd make a weekly menu board with vinyl. Then I'd do some glass etching. Then my family might not see me for a week!

  284. ahhhh,I REALLY want this one! If I had a Silhouette I would first use it for vinyl projects, but I think I would use it for much more things than just that.

  285. I love the heat transfers. Those pillows are so cute or a cute shirt. So many fun ideas.

  286. Jamie Lynn says:

    I'd love to decorate my front door with some fancy numbers! There is SO much you can do with a Silhouette!

  287. The Palmers says:

    I would make a big sign with my last name on it, out of the vinyl, I love this so much, And have been trying to win one. please please pick me.

  288. Every glass thing in my home would be etched in two days! I LOVE it!

  289. I would love to do some vinyl decor as well. I know I won't win … but here's hoping!

  290. This is a great giveaway! I would use the heat transfer and make some big sister/little sister for my 2yo and soon to be little one.

  291. Baby announcements, since I am a bit behind on that! Crossing my fingers.

  292. Ok is it sad that my inner kid comes out and I would try the temp tatoos first? Nah just fun! I want it!

  293. I would do wall art! I have a quote that I have been dying to put on my walls, but ordering them from special companies is so expensive that I haven't done it. Then, I would move on to my clothes and the clothes of my 4 boys, then I would do something on my French doors, I could go on and on. I want a Silhouette so bad that I can taste it.

  294. I would immediately start cutting shapes to put onto both of my sons clothing. And cut out a whole bunch of squares for a new quilt for my 3 month old! This would make projects so much easier!!!!

  295. I'm dying for a Silhouette (well, not really….but I do want one BAD!). I would do some heat transfers first because that seems like a fun way to break in the machine. Crossing my fingers!! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

  296. Awesome giveaway! What WOULDN'T I do with this amazing machine :) The first thing I would do is make titles for my scrapbook pages!

  297. I would have to make my little man a shirt with the heat transfer. And it would probably have to have a rocketship on it, because he is slightly obsessed…

  298. I'd do heat transfers on shirts for my boys and on onesies for my little baby on the way!!

  299. I would use heat transfer to make some baby onesies for my friend who just had a little girl.

  300. I LOVE the heat transfers! Although, the temporary tattoos would get a workout around here.

  301. Just Tera says:

    Oh the rhinestone projects are calling my name. If you're quiet you can hear it "Oh Tera, come and rhinestone your world away. Terrrraaa…" I know you heard it too!

  302. I would fill my entire house with vinyl and never paint again! Or I would make my twin daughters some sort of cute matching shirts with the heat transfers..I LOVE IT!

  303. Bean's Mom says:

    vinyl decor for my daughters' room for sure!!!

  304. Margo Tinnin says:

    T-shirts!

  305. It's so hard to find handmade things for boys. I would definitely try the heat transfer cutouts first!

  306. Heat transfers are where I'd begin…but I want to do it all.

  307. Love it! I would start labeling away! Everything too. I've also seen vinyl on the kitchenaid mixer. That would be on my list too!

  308. Francheska says:

    Vinyls!! I can think of a zillion projects from the wall of the guest room I am redoing to Christmas gifts!

  309. My first project would be cute little boy onesies for an upcoming arrival.

  310. I'm about to have a baby and I would use it to dress up her nursery. Maybe some vinyl letters spelling her name? Of course, then there's the scrapbooking… I haven't completed my 3rd child's baby book yet and my 4th will be here any day. ;)

  311. As the mom of boys, I'd start with heat transfers as well…I already have the t-shirts to start with!

  312. Can I enter if I have someone in the US to accept it and give it to me?

    If so, I'd try the glass etching first, it looks so much fun!

  313. I would have to make some shoes for my daughter! I love the designs on shoes just hate to pay the price. And the selection is very limited in her size as she's just starting to walk.

  314. Probably something with vinyl. I've wanted a "Bon appetite!" sign for my kitchen forever. The glass etching is awesome, too. I've kept all the vases my husband has ever given me (of course, the flowers are all long dead) and I think it would be neat to go back and etch the date I received them on the glass. Oh, the possibilities!

  315. Ed and Bel says:

    I would start using the heat transfers as well. I would make designs for my kiddos.

  316. I would make lots of cards!! Thanks for such a fun giveaway!!

  317. Heat transfers, no doubt. It would so make identifying my twins SOO much easier and since they are starting to pre-school in just days, I'm sure their teachers would appreciate it too. This is so much cooler than the Cricut. I hope I hope I hope I win!!! Thanks for chance and happy scrapping!

  318. Ooh – where to begin!! I think I'd start with a vinyl project and some sort of paper project. Fun!

  319. Hollister014 says:

    OMG I would love to have this machine. My first project would be collages for all the Senior Girls on our Varsity Fastpitch team.

  320. WOW! I totally want this! I think I would start with some temporary tattoos for my soon to be 5 yr olds birthday party in a few weeks. Plus some cupcake wrappers, and fabric transfers for some awesome t-shirts as party favors! Woot! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome toy!(too fun to be a tool!)

  321. Laura aka Lolo says:

    I think I am all for the heat transfers too! Cute shirts to make with the twirly skirts I know I will be the best Grandma ever!! Can you imagine the princess with rhinestones… I can so I hope I get picked :)

  322. I would use the vinyl to make their names and wedding date on a picture frame for their up coming wedding.

  323. Liz @ LivingMySweetLife says:

    I am feeling lucky.I would love to make some shirts for my boys… and some vinyl art for my walls… and some cupcake holders…

  324. Love the new blog look!
    Someday I'll win one of these, and I'll be heat transferring and rhinestone placing like a mad woman! Although, yesterday I really, really needed a machine that would cut paper with the touch of a button. The downloads are especially convenient!

  325. I am so horrendously tempted by the heat transfer. However, I haven't won anything yet so….But here's to hoping!!

  326. Kevin, Holly, Kari and Bryce says:

    Heat transfer for sure. I have six nieces and I always try and make the same item for everyone so all the kids can match. Makes for good family pictures.

  327. Everyone I know is having a baby and I'm showering them all. I'm thinking banners, onsies and placecards to start.

  328. Queen Elizabeth says:

    That seems amazing. I love the paper crafts but temporary tattoos? Really? LOVE IT!

  329. Megan @ Bug Creator-Crafts and Life says:

    I entered 50 million of these awhile back so I am hoping luck is with me this time… I would def start with heat transfers! Maybe vinyls for the wall… eh so much to do !!!!!! p.s. glad I stalked the G-Reader today for this :P

  330. The Potvins says:

    I have dreamed of having one of these but have yet been able to justify the price of it. But if I did have one, the first project would for sure be some vinyl decor for my son's playroom:)

  331. I would do a heat transfer on a tagger blanket I want to make for the bun in my oven. :)

  332. Um can I say everything? Planning our wedding on New Year's Eve, and would love to make temporary tatoos, custom shirts for wedding party, vinyl for the walls, scrapbook pages for the guestbook – I'd go NUTS winning this. Thanks for the chance, Char!

  333. I'm fairly certain my babies would be begging for the temporary tattoos. But, I'm thinking I'd probably be going card crazy, or glass etching nuts. :D

  334. Ben and Maggie says:

    Probably the cupcake holders for my daughters birthday or dressing up some onesies for my baby…

  335. I would mainly use it for scrapbooking, party decor, and making cards. I would like to dabble in the glass etching as well.

  336. What wouldn't I make with it? I would defiantly do heat transfer, I would do vinyl, I would do glass etching and I might (might is used loosley here)start scrapbooking again.

  337. - HowJoyful - says:

    I have being drooling for one of this beauties for so long now! I think I would start with clothes and the heat transfers, I love all the endless possibilities! thanks for the chance!

  338. I would love to try the glass etching!

  339. Carol Meyer says:

    I want to make Vinyl Words for my friends.

  340. Stapley Clan says:

    I'd make heat transfer designs for the husband.

  341. The possiblilites are endless! I'd probably start with cutting Vinyl. I need labels, quotes for the walls, decorations and fun shapes cut out for my boys room. Then I'd start scrapbooking again and I'm in a card group so cards would be made! Then I'd definitly try the Heat Transfers and I love the Temp tatoo ideas!

  342. Definitely the heat transfer… though the etching is pretty cool, too… Thanks!
    lmhr515(at)yahoo(dot)com

  343. I would have sooo much fun customizing clothes for my boys!!! And with a new baby hopefully coming next year I think I'd have to get some vinyl and use the Silhouette to decorate the nursery!!!

  344. Amanda @ Serenity Now says:

    I would work on some cool vinyl wall quotes to go on the wall above the couch in my family room. :) Great Giveaway!

  345. The first thing I'd do is make a vinyl laundry room sign!

  346. Michelle L. says:

    I would definitely try the glass etching idea!

  347. OH, this looks like SO much fun! I would love to use it for some heat transfer projects.

  348. Amy M in Indiana says:

    I'm thinking some sort of vinyl project, too! I would love to win one of these! I'm starting to save up $$ for one!! They look awesome!!

  349. I would definitely start by playing with some vinyl!

  350. Kameron Morrow says:
  351. I would love to make some vinyl jars for my pantry!

  352. macgyver mom says:

    OMG, do I have to pick ONE to start with. I have been making clothes for my girls all summer, so I love the shirts, but I am jonesing to make my own Christmas cards this year, so I'd have to say cards. But then again, I can't easily paint the girls' rooms (damn builder painted the ceiling the same color as the walls, making repainting a CHORE) so some vinyl wall decals would be cool too! THanks for the chance to win!

  353. The Rodgers says:

    I would make some cutie tshirts for my little boy first!

  354. Etched glass- that's amazing! I'd be making personalized glassware for Christmas present! :-) Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  355. Matt, Ashley and Lennon Leddy says:

    I have no idea where I would start (although, I'm sure it wouldn't take me too long it get started!). I love the temp. tattoo idea. I have a nephew that would go crazy over it! I also love the etched glass look…I drive my husband crazy with all the vases and bowl I pick up from anywhere and everywhere!

  356. I would use the vinyl cutting to spruce up my little boys bedroom…. I would make endless amounts of projects so pick me!

  357. MrsJoseph says:

    I'd get working on decorations and such for my little man's first birthday party in November.

  358. Great giveaway, thank you! The first thing I would make with a Silhouette would be pennant banners for the holidays to make things a bit more festive around here!
    ~Jamie
    jamiepurple(at)hotmail(dot)com

  359. I'm part of a craft club and need to get going on my project for January, so I would totally use it to do some vinyl for that !!!

  360. The temporary tattoos would be a hit at our house. I would have to do those first and them move on to more serious projects

  361. Melissa and Nick says:

    My first project would have to be a glass etching project…then I would experiment with vinyl!

  362. I would make heat transfer stuff! I am a sucker for taking something plain jane and dolling it up to something new.

  363. This is the tool that would change my crafting life. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  364. I'd make heat transfer stuff! Love taking plain jane items and dolling them up into something new!

  365. Glass etching on some pantry jars for my kitchen! And then some cupcake wrappers and party decor for my youngest son's (and mine!) birthdays! And then some vinyl words and images to decorate my children's bedroom walls! And then some heat transfers for some pillows! And then cardmaking! And then…
    This is such a great giveaway!

  366. rayelizabeth says:

    I am on a walk committe for PKD and the first thing I would make is some custom T-shirts for our family team for the walk in October. that is such a cool toy!

  367. I'd make my super cool 2-year old son and husband some super cool shirts and then I might do something about all these photos I have that live nowhere other than my computer hard drive…

  368. The sketch function/pen would be handy to make wall paper for my chicken coop.

    Even chickens could do with some pretty.

    It's not the only thing, but likely the first I would do :)

  369. Goss Family says:

    I would use this to make cards to send over to my husbands unit who are deployed, would be much easier than cutting everything out by hand!!

  370. Cassie L. says:

    I would for sure be making some cute t-shirts for my little ones!

  371. Josh and Leslie says:

    SO.MANY.THINGS!! Pick me please….PLEASE!!

  372. The Picanco Family says:

    You are one lucky lady. I want a Silhouette machine in the worst way! I have ever since I first heard about it last year. Because of that, I have many projects in my head. The first one I would do, though is make some vinyl wall art for a few rooms in my house and then I would use the heat transfer to spruce up some shirts for my boys.

  373. My first project would be a vinyl glass project.

  374. mommy2luke2008 says:

    The first project I would make would be window clings!!!
    maryw1981 at yahoo dot com

  375. dixiemango says:

    Wow! That is amazing! I would want to do something to my master bedroom… something fun on the walls!

  376. Baby onesies would be my first project. I also really want vinyl lettering above my washer and dryer that says "sappy quote in a bad font goes here".

  377. I would probably start with a heat transfer and then I would put vinyl on everything!! :)

    SO many possibilities! :)

  378. Mormishmom says:

    Oooh! I'm feeling lucky :) The first project I'd make are some cute Halloween blocks with vinyl cutout letters. So fun!

  379. Sawyers Family says:

    I would make some T-shirts for my cute kids…just had a baby boy…and some cute onesies would be fun!

  380. Amy McCauley says:

    I'm totally going to make some vinyl letters when I win this cool machine! Pleeeease!

  381. I would definitely be making some shirts for my boys.

  382. I would start with heat transfers and vinyl, but would love it for cards.

  383. Pick me! Pick me! Pick ME!!!!! I am a font FREAK – I have hundreds of them on my computer. Do you even know all the fabulous vinyl things I could make to stick on my newly painted walls with that machine? That is, if I don't get sidetracked by making super cute onesies for my 10 month old. I've been seeing this machine on so many blogs and I am dying with envy. Help a girl out here. :-)

  384. I'd definitely be making a lot of cards with it!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  385. I would make some Christmas presents, probably some kind of signs as well. I love their site..
    Dollie
    dolliescreations at gmail dot com

  386. Mrs. Patrick says:

    OMG I would have played sick!!!what an awesome machine! I must have one the possibilities are endless I love the glass etching and the vinyl I could do so much with that! Can I come play with yours? :crossing fingers I win:

  387. the first project I would make would be with the heat transfer material! SO FUN! I could make awesome shirts for my girls!

  388. I really want to use the heat transfer stuff for making t-shirts and baby stuff.

  389. I want to make some personalized tables for my kids with their names on them!

  390. heat transfer, heat transfer!!! i would make shirts for the kiddos with their initials and some cute little graphics. Then I'd vinyl my whole house. And after that I'd play with the glass etching. And maybe I'd get up to date on my scrapbooking, too!!

    (Love the new blog design, by the way. Looks great)

  391. Vinyl, it's all about the vinyl!

  392. I would make some vinyl decor for my daughters room that I'm in the process of redecorating

  393. I would definitely make a heat transfer shirt… for my kids.. and maybe their friends! I already have a cute car trio design picked out!

  394. etching. I totally want to try out some etching! : )

    Carolina

  395. Definitely vinyl lettering or a design of some-sort in vinyl. Awesome!!

  396. I would start working on christmas presents with the transfer designs…or maybe scrapbook…or maybe frame the transfers on fabric for decoration. Christmans presents!!

  397. ~*Jessica*~ says:

    Ooh that looks like fun. I use the heat transfer to make some cute stuff for my daughter.

  398. There are way to many things that I want to make with it that I am not sure what I would start with!

  399. I would definitely be going crazy with the heat transfers. Lately I've been wanting to make freezer paper stencils for everything too, so that would make for a tie.

  400. Jason, Charisse, Savannah, Michaela and Lily says:

    I would love using it for vinyl for my walls, and the heat transfer for darling outfits for my kids!

  401. I would definitely be cranking out the heat transfers for my two little girls!!

  402. First…scrapbooking. Second…TATTOOS! and then…more scrappin'. And then…Christmas Cards. Lots of cards. And…maybe something for the kids, if I get some time. I am exercising the law of thought on this one. ME ME ME PICK ME RANDOM GENERATOR…PICK ME!

  403. The endless possibilites for t-shirts is kind of exciting to me… I don't get out much :)

  404. lisaswendsen says:

    I would make cards the day I received it! Too cool!

  405. Heather-Paper Princess Studios says:

    SO much to do/create….the first project I would do would be to add some 'blingage' with the Silhouette bling kit to my sweet lil girls baby onsies :)

  406. Christina says:

    Love this!!! I would start with the glass etching first and then move on to t-shirts. The fun would be limitless!

  407. OMG! I would love one. I would totally go nuts & make Christmas cards up the Wazoo!! thanks for the chance to win!!

  408. I have been asking all my friends if they had one or knew anyone that had a machine. I have a vinyl lettering project that I want to do and I NEED THIS MACHINE!!!! Please pick me….

  409. Mel O'Drama says:

    man i want one of these SO bad! i would probably start with the heat tranfers too since i'm a fabric junkie! thanks for the opportunity!

  410. Stephanie says:

    I would love to make cards with the Silhouette!
    I got a Cricut for Christmas a few years ago because it was all the hype.. then I discovered the Silhouette & have always regretted not doing my research before asking for the Cricut.

  411. I'd use it to make my cards look jazzier! :)

  412. Marilyn D. says:

    OMG.. This is really cool.. I would so make a ton of stuff LOL. My first project would probably be card making.. Oh may I would be on this all day.. trying to make things.. I would be doing other projects as well vinyl decor..etched glass.. and papercrafts.. Oh my..

  413. oh, i hope this is finally the first blog contest I win!!! i would immediately make vinyl wall art for my girls' room and embellish some t-shirts!!!

  414. oh, i hope this is finally the first blog contest I win!!! i would immediately make vinyl wall art for my girls' room and embellish some t-shirts!!!

  415. I would probably try to do a card and an iron-on at the same time because I would be so excited!

  416. Ayana Posadas says:

    Awesome giveaway!!!
    My first project would be baby shower invitations for my friend who is expecting! I would LOVE to win this!!! It would be so useful! :)

  417. Oh Awesome! I'd totally use this all the time for stencils! It would be great for etching and painting and um…everything!

  418. Kathy Wade (krolski) says:

    I would definitely make a scrapbook layout first, then some cards. Wow, what a giveaway!

  419. I want one of these sooo bad!! I would make a vinyl welcome sign for my door, make Christmas presents, and definitely use the heat transfers for some shirts for my daughter.

  420. I am dying to try the Glass Etched Projects!!!

  421. The first thing i will make is vinyl wall art for a photo wall I am working on. :)

    increasinglydomestic(at)gmail(dot)com

  422. It's football season…. And you know how my family LOVES Utah…. Shirts all around.. Probably ones that say PACK 10!!!!! YAY

  423. I love the vinyl decor! I would immediately start making things to cover the walls in my big empty house!

  424. My first project will be a height chart for my almost 2-year old son. I have been wanting one of these sooo…bad.

  425. cupcake wrappers or t-shirts. I'm loving the heat transfer designs.

  426. Rachel Smith says:

    Oh, I have been eyeing this machine for awhile now…I want one desperately! I have soo many ideas to share with you, but mostly I would scrapbook with it. I have been dying to try cutting out my own custom fonts from my computer! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Rachel Smith

  427. I would do some wall decor projects with vinyl first. But the possibilities are endless. So thankful for the opportunity to win.

  428. Mihills Family Blog says:
  429. I'm like you and I'd go straight for the heat transfer for some funky t-shirts. Woo!

  430. Ack! I am dying for one of these machines….dying!!! I'd love to make my family cute little tshirts with the heat transfers!

  431. Well. Where to begin. Some etched glass projects, and some Christmas card projects have long been marinating in my mind's eye. But what I really want to make are some temporary tattoos and coording t-shirts for me and my yarn whores, erm, make that girlfriends at my knitting group, to wear to the next knitting convention. Yes, knitters do convene. Frequently.

  432. Soccer season is starting. I am thinking family t-shirts supporting the little soccer star would be the first must do project!

  433. melissaballard says:
  434. oh oh oh I would probably go nuts with the vinyl option AND THEN go crazy for my daughter's first birthday party!

  435. I would love to make some heat transfer designs for the jersey pants I've been making!!! What fun and Thanks for the chance.

  436. SouthfieldFam says:

    CLOTHES! Adorable heat transfer tees for my six tinies! :) LOVE this machine!

  437. Being I'm all late.. not really too hopefully but just like the lotto let me try.. cause this would be a post and a dream! WOW.. :)

  438. Wow! I would definitely do a vinyl design for the wall. My daughter has been wanting to buy one for a long time – but I have been holding out for something more crafty!

  439. MaggiesMom says:

    Definitely glass etching… I want to etch initials in the glassware for my daughters wedding.

  440. I would absolutely do glass etching first! I LOVE the fishbowl on their site…to bad I don't have a fish!

  441. Oh my gosh, these look SOOO cool! I'm redecorating our master and would love some vinyl sayings around a photo collage. Pick me!

  442. heat transfer shirts for my girls! lots of them!

  443. I'd definately do vinyl and heat transfers, I love custom work! Awesome giveaway!!!!

  444. Awesome giveaway. I love the heat transfers!

  445. I absolutely would get to work on my backlog of scrapbook pages first. I've wanted one for so long!

  446. I would love to have this for use in my kindergarten classroom!

  447. Heidi Dryden says:

    I would love to do some vinyl projects! So Fun!

  448. Ooo, I've been dying to create something with vinyl! but I'd use it for my layouts and cards too! Thanks for the chance :)
    hugs, margie

  449. Callie Callender says:

    I will make a vinyl growing chart for my friend with little ones… she's wanted one for sooo long!

  450. Linda Hill says:

    How exciting is this!! I would love to make some custom apparel-shirts for our beach week, onesies for the grandchildren….and then the vinyl decor…and then the cards…I want to do it ALL!!!

  451. My first project would be an over the door saying to my husband and mine's bedroom. It will say Kiss me every night!

  452. I would make a vinyl for the big empty wall that is in my stairway!

    I also would love to put up some vinyl in my kids bathroom.

    So Vinyl…. it would be every where.. All the bedrooms could use some too

  453. Melon Patch Designs says:

    I need one …. I want one. So many projects so little time. All my Christmas presents would be done with ease. Glass etching … vinyl … heat transfer. Oh the things you can do.

  454. Not sure what the FIRST project would be. But I think I would start with heat transfers to make kids tshirts.

  455. Vinyl, vinyl, and let's see….more vinyl! LOL Thanks for the giveaway!! Fingers crossed!! :)

  456. Janet - Birdland Treasures says:

    WOW, thank you for the opportunity to win! The first thing I would try would be a vinyl wall lettering project – I've been wanting to do that for awhile now, but wanted it to be something custom and unique to our home. I also love the etched glass projects shown on the website – I'd be the girl going out to buy a goldfish just so I could give him a personalized bowl! :)

  457. I would HAVE to make a bazillion temporary tattoos. That would save me hundreds of dollars in quarters from the little tattoo machine at taco bell.

  458. dan and audrey says:

    Oh the etched glass, the vinyl projects the cards you could make? Uh the possibilities are endless. How do you choose a first project. Since I've never done glass etching I think I'd try that first. So…. Pick me pick me!!

  459. I'd do the Birthday cake Pop-up card. Or maybe a Blingy shirt with those cool rhinestones!! So many things to try!

  460. The first thing I would make is a custom t-shirt for my eighteen month old. I've been trying to find a good way to put "Destructo" across her chest as a warning to the world but haven't been happy with any of my methods up to this point! :o)

  461. Families Are Like Fudge says:

    I would make cute onesies for my grandbabies. Aug. 31 is my birthday…I hope it's my lucky day!

  462. katididit says:

    I think I'd do the temporary tattoos first. My 3-year-old daughter loves nothing more than a good tat and we've run through pretty much all the options available at the big box stores…she would go nuts if we could custom-design her body art.

  463. My first project would probably be something with etching glass. I love the idea of etching a plain glass vase. If not glass etching I would use the design for a stencil for painting on ceramic bisque items!

  464. lovinsanta says:

    I would make some shirts for my kids with the heat transfer vinyl. I would then start making some holiday (Halloween, Christmas etc) gifts.

    Thanks.

    Heather
    [email protected](dot)com

  465. Jens and Patricia says:

    I want this so so bad! I too am also way behind on my scrapbooking and would tackle it right away with this awesome machine! I would love to do more vinyl projects and heat transfers..oh the list goes on. I am keeping my fingers crossed for this win!!

  466. Oh this is just too cool. I would love to make some heat transfer apparel for my music fraternity and then I would love to make everyone some cupcakes with super cute cupcake wrappers.

  467. i want to make cupcake papers, the samples are so pretty.
    songyueyu at gmail

  468. well with christmas just around the corner i could do soooo much! but i would probably start with some heat transfer shirts for my kiddos ;)

  469. Jason and Jessica Bills says:

    I love all that the Silhouette can do. It is endless the possibilities that come with it. I think that my first project will be some vinyl on my walls, quickly followed by some heat transfer onto my living room pillows. I love it.

  470. The scientist in me loves the biohazard shirt! I would probably make team shirts for my walking team. We walk in marathon walks for breast cancer. Getting shirts printed is pricy for multiple colors; with this machine we can make the design we want in multiple colors.
    I could also see me decorating for fundraising events with the vinyl and sending out invites with the same decorations.

  471. HEAT TRANSFERS!!!!! Love them! Thanks for the chance

  472. Amelia and Justin says:

    Definitely going for a heat transfer project. I have a little one coming and so many different ideas for clothing and such that I want to make and this would be perfect!!

    *crossing fingers!*

  473. I'm a scrapbooker, so it would be tempting to start there. But my mom has been wanting a vinyl quote on her wall for several years now, so I'd make that for her!

  474. Aimee & Josh Jensen says:

    I would defnitly have to make some shirt transfers!

  475. Aimee & Josh Jensen says:

    I would defnitly have to make some shirt transfers!

  476. The Christmas ornaments under the paper crafts section were adorable. I would use it to make favors for my wedding next April. Better to start early, right?

  477. Looking at all the possibilities of thing I could make is endless!!!!!!!!!!!!! Think I'd start with a duvet cover!

  478. While I would rock the heck out of it when it comes time to make Christmas cards, I would totally use it to make some vinyl decals to put on my car. Or maybe on my laptop. Or maybe my bedroom wall.

  479. Vinyl wall decor for my boys room would be the first thing I would make.

  480. Margaret Kane Ward says:

    I thought the Christmas ornaments from paper looked too cute; I love Christmas!!!

  481. Jessica B says:

    Well I have wanted one of these for the longest time! There are so many possibilities, but I think I might start with a few Fall and Halloween decorations for the house. Thank you for the opportunity! :)

  482. My first project would be glass etching.

  483. I really want to do a heat transfer on this boring old messenger bag I thrifted.

  484. I would love to have this amazing little machine to do vinyl projects but the possibilities are endless. Thanks for the chance!

  485. I think I would make some heat tranfer shirts for my kids. Looks like fun. wkpanter at yahoo dot com

  486. I would totally go crazy with the heat transfer shirts! So cool!

  487. I definitely want to try the heat transfer. I've got some great ideas for t-shirts and scrapping bags!

  488. I am just starting to make my own cards and this would be so helpful!

  489. - Lindsy Weidner - says:

    Oh my goodness where would I begin? I would love to try some vinyl projects!!

  490. I love the custom apparel. I was amazed at the rhinestone kits- so cool!

  491. King Quads says:

    This would take my scrapbooking to a whole new level! I would love to do some vinyl projects too. And cards!!

  492. I think some heat transfer and vinyl Christmas presents would be in order! :)

  493. scrapcraft says:

    I would use the iron on material!

  494. stephjacobson says:

    I would make heat transfer shirts for my little guy. I've been having so much fun with freezer paper stencils that I'd love to try transfers. Although the Silhouette would probably cut freezer paper. . .the possibilities!

  495. I want to make something for all my friends that are having babies in the next couple of weeks!

  496. Table for Four says:

    Fabric heat transfers for my kids. I LOVE personalized t-shirts and this would save me A LOT of money!

  497. I would LOVE to try & make some vinyls w/this baby :) Hope I'm the lucky winner!!!!!1

  498. I love all the stuff nichol mcgouirk makes so I might scraplift some awesome layouts. I have been wanting a silhouette forever!

  499. Tom and Jessica says:

    Hubby and I are trying to get pregnant so the first project I would work on would probably be to start doing vinyl wall decor, or use it to make stencils to paint a "space" bedroom for a future child!

  500. Amber Jessica says:

    I think I'd go for vinyl wall decor first. ;) Pretty up my house a bit!

  501. Alisa ~* child of the King ~* says:

    A "thank you, you're awesome" card for Char! does buttering up help? No, really I love all the projects – maybe some vinyl lettering for my kids walls, and some screen printing for shirts! oooooo, I'd love a Silhouette!!

  502. I would make something for my bakeware…etch glass!

  503. Sonja and Jordan says:

    I love love love the vinyl decor for the walls!

  504. I would do an etched glass project.

  505. I think I'd start with a dinosaur tee shirt for my little dude and then maybe some vinyl art for the walls of our new house – there are way too many fun projects!!

  506. Kaley Badger says:

    The heat transfer would be amazing! All I can say is matching shirts for the nieces!

  507. I would love, love to try the heat transfer capabilities of the Silhouette machine. Thanks so much for the opportunity!!!

  508. Jane Jeffress Thomas says:

    My first project would be to make a stencil and put my name on my pyrex dishes I take to people's houses that have lost a loved one. That way I can leave it and they will know where it needs to come back to. I am feeling lucky!!!!

  509. I would go with a vinyl saying for my wall over my son's baseball photos. Probably have "My All Star" cut out.

  510. I would make cards!

  511. I would start with some vinyl decor projects to decorate our new house. Then I would try some glass etching. Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

  512. -Veronica says:

    Hey Char – you know your random number generator wants to pick me! Knowing you has got to pay out sometime! ;)

  513. Vinyl lettering for above Kelly's bed.

  514. Jackman Clan says:

    I would glass etch my pickle jars for gifts…so cute!

  515. freezer paper stencils, and glass etching…. oh and so much more!!!!

  516. Ohmigosh! I wouldn't know where to begin! Ok, maybe I do ;) I would love to be able to make invitations for my sister's wedding shower. She totally deserves homemade invitations, and the Silhouette would be perfect to make them! I am so amazed at all it can do!!

  517. Vinyl projects for sure! I've been dying to do some of the projects I see out there (decor, subway signs) but nobody will share their silhouette with me.

  518. Mark & Nicki Wintch says:

    The bling with the heat transfers?? WOW!! I would be blingin stuff up all over the place!

  519. Mark & Nicki Wintch says:

    The bling with the heat transfers?? WOW!! I would be blingin stuff up all over the place!

  520. amandabarham2 says:
  521. Cheaannette says:

    I would use the heat transfer! Way easier then freezer paper for sure! PLEASE pick me!!!

  522. I would love to try the glass etching. After that I would have to go for heat transfers.

  523. Oh I so want to make heat transfer shirts for my girls. Or maybe some vinyl decor for the playroom. It's hard to decide.

  524. The Andelins says:

    For sure I would use the heat transfer!! Baby shower presents, birthday shirts, etc!!! And then I'd throw away all my freezer paper AND exacto knife!!! Pick me! Pick me!!!

  525. Islander Girl says:

    Woohoo! I've been wanting a Silhouette!!! First thing I'll make are definitely wall art!! I need to decorate my house and I've been wanting to do that. Also would love to make favor boxes with them during the holidays!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!!!

    Aloha!

  526. After two boys, we are adopting a baby girl, and I would love to use the Silhouette to make some vinyl words for her new room. Hmmm, either that or some heat transfers to make some cute "Big Brother" and "Little Sister" shirts!

  527. I would make fun tshirts for my girls.

  528. The first project would be a vinyl tree branch and bird to go on my newly painted doors in the mudroom. The room will be complete once that is done:)

  529. I would try glass etching! I have some plain glasses that need a little love!! then cupcakes and heat transfer and then….oh the possibilities!!

  530. I love the glass etching projects, and the wall vinyl and the t-shirts – oh my goodness!! Pick me! Pick me!! (thanks!!)

  531. CarissaCalhoun says:

    I would make a vinyl wall decal for my dining room. I've been pining after them for quite some time and would LOVE to make my own!! How awesome!

  532. Stephanie says:

    Heat transfers for my girl's Halloween shirts or maybe a vinyl of my baby's name for her wall(she's only been waiting 8 months….so far)!!!

    I have to have one of these!!

  533. RHINESTONES! and more Rhinestones!! I think I am in love! :)

  534. I would love to make my oldest a shirt that he has been wanting for months but I never could quite figure out how to. This would make it easy!

  535. an image transfer on a onesie for my new baby

  536. Stuff 'N Plunder says:

    Heat transfers, baby!

  537. Ok, this has to be the coolest thing I have seen. I LOVE the heat transfer idea, gifts for birthdays, christmas, etc. But, the etched glass feature is way cool, too!! Anyway, thanks for the chance to win.

  538. I would totally use it for cute baking sets. Cupcake liners with matching gift tags. Adorable! Or homemade jam lid toppers with a little note attached. Perfect gift!

  539. The Higgs' says:

    There are too many options!! But I love card making and this would definately help jazz them up!

  540. Wow, what a generous giveaway! This would be perfect for all baby needs: baby showers, birthdays, clothes, etc! First thing I would do would be a "meet the baby" bash for my sister and her baby :) What are the chances of me winning…hm.

  541. Would freaking love the vinyl projects!

  542. Birdie3008 says:

    I'd love the Silhouette to make some vinyl designs!

    Oh and by the way your blog re-design looks terrific!

  543. The first thing I would do is make some vinyl decor. I am in desperate need of an update! Then the possibilities are endless!!

  544. I think a heat transfer on my son's back to school messenger bag would be first, but a close second are the TOO cute temporary tattoo's!!!

  545. Lisa Christine Johnson says:

    Oh easy, my first project would be a home decor sign made with vinyl and it would say, "Be Nice or Leave". I am so excited, thank you for the chance to win! And have fun crafting!

  546. If any of my past "firsts" are any indication, I'm sure the FIRST thing I'd make with the Silhouette would be a complete and udder disaster, but I would certainly aim for something outstanding in the vinyl wall cling arena. :)

  547. I would love to make some heat transfers for my sister's new baby that is on the way!

  548. For sure I would do vinyl on my girls bedroom walls. I hope I win!!!

  549. Becca McKenzie says:

    Wow. I think I would have to get it just for all the fun party stuff. I have a huge family and it seems like someone is always having a birthday, baby shower, bridal shower etc. LOVE the cupcake wrappers.

  550. Laura's mom says:

    Wow! Custom cards for my sister's baby shower!

  551. I recently got married and would want to use it to make a scrapbook page using the wedding artwork that was on our wedding invitations, programs and table decor.

  552. Amy Woodruff says:

    Heat transfers!!!!!! Oh the fun I could have!!!!

  553. I would love to make some vinyl wall words "From there to here, from here to there, Funny things are everywhere~ Dr Seuss" to put up in my son's room.

    snipssnailsandtails(at)gmail.com

  554. Oh, WOW! That is one cool machine! I LOVE the glass etching – I am dreaming of all of the Christmas presents I could make!

  555. I would make all the decor for my daughter's first bday

  556. I have been seeing this machine all over Blog World, and I envy everyone who has one! I would definitely take advantage of all of the possibilities I could use for scrapbooking and cards. What a fun looking tool!

  557. I have always wanted to do custom apparel for my kiddos

  558. [email protected] says:

    Ooooh, what a fun giveaway, crossing my fingers! I would make Vinyl Monograms to use on vases, glass, etc. to make for Christmas presents. So I hope you'll draw my name & help me get my Christmas presents finished early this year! haha

  559. tibbetts5 says:

    Christmas presents. I should win because I also have a 10 year old daughter named Macey. I'm just saying :)

  560. a cookie jar!

  561. Vinyl Letters for my walls and then some heat transfer designs for some Christmas gifts! I am SO excited about this giveaway!

  562. Emily Dawn says:

    The first thing I would do is cut vinyl elephants for some art that I am planning for my bedroom! I really really hope I win!!

  563. I love the fabric heat transfers… the possibilities are endless! You are so lucky Char, I hope I am too =)

  564. The Novas says:

    i would make vinyl letters to put on my daughters' bedroom doors, then move on to heat transfers, for sure!

  565. I have been drooling since I first saw this! I need some cute canister labels, chore charts, menu lists…oh man I could go crazy!

  566. The Leinwetters says:

    SHUT UP!!!! This is the greatest giveaway ever! 2 words… etched glass. I'm obsessed and have the PERFECT project for this machine. Once I have "etched" every piece of glass possible in my house :) I will make some adorable custom clothes for my babies. LOVE IT!

  567. Oh, how I'd love to win! My first project would be to make my son some original clothing. :)

  568. I love this machine! I really like the vinyl wall art, but I would also use it to label things in my classroom and to make bulletin boards and projects. So cool!

  569. I would finish the dragonfly art on my 4 year old's walls then I would start to decorate in my 2 year old's walls.

  570. I think I'd do heat transfer first too – I have a 5yo son who doesn't get much since I'm usually sewing for my 2yo daughter! I have a long list of other projects to try though – glass etching, cards, cupcake wrappers… so many ideas! Thanks for the opportunity.

  571. Mona @ la la by mona says:

    Wow! Where have I been? I didn't even know about this machine!!! Well, to start with, I would make up some spirit shirts for school – fo sho! Then, decorate everything I sew!

    By the way – your new blog look is coolio! Thanks for sharing!

  572. I would LOVE to win this!!! This thing would be great for card making and glass etching, and of course all the other projects and ideas you listed. I want one so bad!

  573. I would make cute cupcake wrappers for my daughter's upcoming birthday party!

  574. SunnySusan says:

    Oh what a sweet giveaway….I would do some vinyl wall decor for my daughter's bedroom…she is a teen and wants some peace signs, hearts, circles…etc…I bet she would just take over….

  575. lexscreations says:

    I have always wanted a Silhouette Machine! It looks like it cuts so much cleaner than the Cricut! I would love love love love to win, pick meeeEeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!

  576. carlisle clan conversation... says:

    Two words…vinyl art. And just like the word vinyl wore out his (yep I made it a HE) welcome, so will my use of vinyl words. ALL. OVER. MY. HOUSE. That's if I win anyway….

  577. Erika Jean says:

    I would try the Temporary Tattoos forst!! So cool. I nanny for two toddlers and I know they'd absolutely love to wear them… and anything else I make with this awesome thing!

    *Crossing my fingers for a Silhouette*

  578. Heat transfer for onesies for sure!! And I can think of a few other things too :)

  579. I have so many projects saved that I really want to do but they require vinyl lettering. I most definitely will be the owner of a Silhouette in the near future, I just hope it is because I won it instead of buying it.

  580. TATS!! Sweet, sweet tats! I might move on to the heat transfer but how bout those TATS!

  581. Wow. I might start with some artwork for my bedroom. Thanks!

  582. The first thing I would do is a vinyl project with family pictures that I have been thinking about for a long time. After that there is no limit to the ideas I have swirling in my head.

  583. Sarah Evenden says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the cupcake liners!

  584. Definitely shirts for my son and his cousins, and vinyl decor for my home!

  585. What a great machine.. with my sons 2nd birthday coming up this could help with all the decorations and give everyone fun tattoos!

  586. veeboutique says:

    wow what a giveaway! if i had one, i'd def use it to make handmade cards `=]

  587. lordsladykatie says:

    I would make some vinyl words for above my door, and in my kitchen.

  588. I would finally finish my side table drawers in my bedroom. They need a little something to make them fabulous! I am saving my pretty pennies for one, but oh how I'd love to win!!!

  589. bluestocking mama says:

    i'd do heat transfer designs too–custom apparel

  590. I would totally start making cards. Then I would do some transfers, and some vinyl and just keep on going from that point.

  591. I'm sure girls' camp was fun, but it had to be torture knowing that you had this awesome tool at home waiting for you!

    I would love to make some artwork for my daughter's room. Struggling with the whole home decor thing right now…:o)

  592. Definitely heat transfer, cute new school shirts that no one else has!!!

  593. Lesley (& Brady) Clark Stallings says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!! I would first make a heat transfer designed shirt With our last name on it (& number) for my son to wear to watch his daddy play baseball!

  594. Lesley (& Brady) Clark Stallings says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!! I would first make a heat transfer designed shirt With our last name on it (& number) for my son to wear to watch his daddy play baseball!

  595. LeslieFreeman says:

    I have tried four different blogs now to try and win this thing! I finally was able to purchase my first sewing machine and could definitely not afford this now. If I had it I would definitely use the heat transfers. You gotta love a good design to put on some baby onsies! PICK ME PLEASE!!!

  596. Family of 3 says:

    Just using this bad boy would be like Christmas everyday for me! :) I would make fun clothes my little boy. Vinyl projects. Gifts Gifts Gifts!!

  597. The Noalls says:

    I would totally cut some vinyl letters and sayings to liven up my apartment!

    Can I make a request? Could you not turn most of your projects from here on out into stuff your readers would have to have a cutting machine to be able to do? I'm not saying you would, but I've seen it happen before and it's very depressing to us po folks who could never (or at least not for a few more years) afford one without winning. Thanks!

  598. Steve and Estella says:

    I'd make fall decorations for my new apartment!

  599. Kristi Rowley says:

    I love the etched glass look. I'd do picture frames with each of my 4 girls' name on.

  600. I'd love to make my boys personalized tshirts! Thanks for the opportunity to win :)

    [email protected]

  601. Kelly Lauren says:

    My first project would be save the date cards to send out for my upcoming wedding! It would be so easy to personalize them and get the guests excited!

  602. [email protected] Insanity says:

    I have so many projects planned for something like this! Probably work on my kids' party supplies for their upcoming birthdays.

  603. Nancy's Couture says:

    I would definately do the heat transfer first and then some vinyl cutting and freezer paper stencils. I am crossing my fingers!!!!

  604. The Kale Patch says:

    I would love to do some scrapbooking with this baby! Wow! It looks SO cool!

  605. I'd love to make some vinyl wall decorations for my daughter's room.

  606. I would probably make a load of freezer paper onesies for all the new babies in my life!

  607. Scott, Valerie and Kendall Bug says:

    Seriously?! How could I choose just one?! but since I have to I probably would start with the paper crafts that now take me hours to finish by hand. Oh think of all the time I have when being finished in minutes!!!

  608. Ooohh!! Hard choices!! But I would definitely want to play around with making the paper craft Christmas ornaments and cupcake wrappers!! What a fabulous giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  609. The Venturas says:

    Decor for my girls' room-that's where I'd start.
    Then nothing would be safe after that!

  610. It's easy! I would make a funny saying for my craftroom walls! Thanks for the chance to win this one…

  611. The Ball Family says:

    Wow there are so many things to do, it's hard to decide. Do I do the vinyl project I need to first? No, I would start with Thank you cards. My family recently moved to Japan, and I owe a lot of thanks to the people who help us along the way!

  612. I love fabric too! I would defiantly make an apparel design. I also like the etched glass projects and my kids would get a kick out of the temporary tattoos. This machine is awesome! It is so versatile. I just love it! Thank you for the chance to win one.

  613. the heat transfers for shirts!

  614. Definitely glass etching! I have so wanted to do that, but have no clue how to do it. This would be just the thing I need! After that – the uses are endless…t-shirts, greeting cards, vinyl projects, temporary tattoos, personalized Christmas ornaments…oh yeah, don't get me started!!!! dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

  615. My first projects would definitely be some heat transfer shirts for my boys. I have so many ideas.

  616. looneymom says:

    I love the heat transfer idea! I would make so many tees and onsies!

  617. Jennifer @ The Toy Box Years says:

    I would definitely do a heat transfer on a ton of tshirts I've been stockpiling!!

    Great giveaway – thank you!

  618. OMG-AWESOME Giveaway! I have been dying to make some vinyl wall art. I can also see MANY Christmas gifts!

  619. Arlington says:

    I have to be honest here…as many things as I saw and LOVED…I would have to try and "hack" Skecher's Twinkle Toes shoes for my 4 year old. My 7 year old's aunt bought her a pair and I can't afford to buy them for the little one, so I'm going to figure out a way to create them!

  620. i would totally use this for t-shirts and for the walls and for gifts and for cupcake wrappers and more gifts and i guess for everything!!! thanks for the chance to win :)

  621. My first project would be monograms. I would monogram everything I own!!!

  622. borealis625 says:

    FIRST…I would FINALLY get started on the cheerleading scrapbook I have wanted to make for my daughter FOR YEARS!!! I have had the album…but haven't done a single page:(
    Borealis625 at yahoo dot com

  623. Julie at Perfect Paper Shop says:
  624. Well, winning something big isn't what I usually do, but if I won a Silhouette, I would probably do apparel and walls first. Then, if would have to teach my daughter, mother, friends how to use it and we'd all be taking numbers as to who works on it next. :)

    Thanks for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway! Blessings.

  625. I would make something with a butterfly for my mom if I won this FABULOUS prize. Thanks for the opportunity!

  626. I think the 1st thing I would make would be the temporary tattoos for the grandkids. This would make them very happy because both mommy and daddy have tattoos and now they could too!

  627. Vinyl decor for my new grandbabies room and so much more. Stuff for my 6th grade classroom…oh the possibilities!

  628. Well, I'm not entering for me. This is for my wife, I probably won't use it at all, but I'm sure she'll get a lot of use out of this! She'd be so excited.
    Tod

  629. Parkinson's says:

    All of it—and then some probably. I would have to start with the glass etching though-especially since my husband bought glass etching supplies for my birthday in April. I have a valid excuse though–I was learning how to quilt and made my first ever appliqued one. Still have to finish the binding, but I was excited.—-So glass etching it will be.

  630. brett and stacey says:
  631. You were right this is the best giveaway ever! I would do a vinyl project first, and scrapbook second. I can't wait to see what else you do with your new toy this week.

    Next time I am in town we're gonna have to play with yours. Unless of course I am the lucky winner!

  632. movingmommy says:
  633. I would finish, or should i say start my wedding scrapbook!

  634. I would make the Etched Glass designs first!! I have so many ideas…etched glass designs on my front door, mirror in the kid's bathroom, mirrors, glass jars!! Oh I can't wait!! Thank you!

  635. Justin, Amy, and Grace says:

    I would whip out some vinyl to finish decorating my daughter's room. Then on to the heat transfers for cute baby gifts! I'm so excited for this giveaway!

  636. ~Brittanii~ says:
  637. brown paper packages says:

    pick me, pick me! There are 40 million things I would make, but I would probably start with all the vinyl projects/organization I want to do.

  638. Amanda Joy says:

    I would like to do onesies with the heat tranfer rolls. It would open up a whole new dimension.

  639. I would create a vinyl 13th Article of Faith for our wall. I have been wanting to do it for YEARS!

  640. The Robinsons says:

    Vinyl wall decor! But that would only be the beginning! (Sure hope they come out with some Mac-compatible software soon!)

  641. I have so many projects I'd love to make, and so many ideas, I'd be busy for weeks! But I think I'd have to start with my Christmas cards, cutting out poinsettias and Christmas trees. Then I'd move on to posters for PTA, and something for a teacher's door for teacher appreciation week. Then, I'd move on to vinyl lettering and designs for home decor, then . . .

    oh, I get so carried away. But I REALLY want one of these and hope I win.

  642. Ooooh!! I have been coveting one of these since they first came out!! I am all about the heat transfers. I would make a bunch of cool t-shirts for my daughter's second year of preschool!

  643. Heat transfers of course but oh the list of possibilities I could come up with! Love your blog!!

  644. My daughter has her 4th birthday coming up next month and is dying for an everything princess party. Oh, the fun things we could do with this! Cards, cupcake decorations, banners, I could go on and on and on!

  645. I would make invitations for a baby shower I am doing!

  646. Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy says:

    What wouldn't I make???? I'd start with something for my new Laundry room wall, Also a stencil or two now that I'm painting EVERY SINGLE WALL in my basement apartment! Also I want to redo my etched mirror because I have a new theme in mind for the bathroom! I NEED this machine!

  647. I have some plain glass plates that I would love to etch for Christmas. Each member of the family could have a personalized plate to greet them at breakfast on Christmas morning.

  648. karen.austin says:

    Wow what a fantastic giveaway! I am such a klutz with scissors and winning a Silhouette would open up a whole new world for cards and paper crafts! I am saving my pennies for one, and would be over the moon if I could actually win one to start using now – just in time to be able to make some truly WOW Christma cards. Thanks ever so much for this opportunity.

  649. With a baby coming this machine would be really handy – I could make birth announcements, thank you cards, cute onsies and so much more!

  650. MusicalMom says:

    Where to start? I'm dying to do a really cool dessert bar, so that would be high on my list. I also want some vinyl for my laundry room, and that's probably where I'd start. I also have some cards to make and I would LOVE to use the silhouette to make them. So many options!

  651. I would want to make a few Teacher gift jars, but my kids would want temporary tattoos.

  652. I would make some custom shirts for my son and twin girls! Thanks.

  653. I'd use this to make some lettered names for our FHE board.

    A really great giveaway… fingers crossed!!!

  654. i would start by with the vinyl to put cover up my bare walls, then head straight to the heat transfers.

  655. First of all, I want to say that I LOVE your blog! So many things I want to make!!

    As far as this awesome product goes, the first thing I would do would be T-shirts, but I would also love to finally make scrapbooks for my kids. I gave up after the going home from the hospital page for my first (who is now FIVE btw) and I never even started one for my 2 1/2 year old! This product looks so fun!

  656. I'm not sure if I could pick just one thing to make, I may just have to try everything all at once! But if I have to pick one thing it would probably be a wall decal for my nursery I am decorating!

  657. I love this! I would make a shirt for my daughter as my first project!

  658. CuteCupcakesAllTheTime says:

    I would love to try glass etching! I have some projects already in mind for it.
    Mychancetowin at gmail dot com

  659. I've been totally jones'n for a Silhouette for years!! I had a friend introduce me to hers a few years ago and have been coveting it ever since. I think if I had one I would finish up the many, many (I mean many) scrapbooks that have pages missing titles and embellishments. I love that you can basically cut anything that can be designed on your computer. Much more practical than all the extra add-ons you have to purchase with that "grasshopper" cutting machine!

  660. The skull and cross bones tattoo I've always wanted!!!!!!

  661. Michelley! says:

    i can't wait to test one of these bad boys out! they look soo fun, and easier to use than the cricut. i would definitely do some vinyl projects first!

  662. Oh, heat transfers for little girls' shirts, for sure! I love this!

  663. I want one of these just for the heat transfer vinyl. It would rock my closet!

  664. I'd like to do some kind of labels for my flour and sugar jars. I just don't know if it would be vinyl or etching.

  665. Oh my! I had no idea you could heat transfer to jazz up boring cloth items. I think I'd be jazzing up every cloth item in my house!
    d_rammell at hotmail dot com

  666. I have some vintage typewriter graphics saved on my computer..I want to use the Silhouette to transfer them to heat transfer material and put them on canvas and do a knock-off of the wall art I saw at Pottery Barn for over $100..I could do it so much cheaper with the Silhouette.

    shel704 at aol dot com

  667. Justin and Kim says:

    I'd get a (little) jump start on my christmas cards!

  668. I already have a silhouette, but would love to win one to give to my cousin as a gift!

    I do a lot of vinyl projects–for walls, glass, tiles, you name it and I've probably put vinyl on it! :-)

    Blessings–
    Dana

  669. This machine is a.maz.ing! The first the I would do it make a card for my mom saying "Thank you" with some of those fabulous cut outs. The second thing I would do is actually give it to my mom because her card making and crafting skills would soar with this! (She is quite talented in the card department and would never spend this much money on herself.) Her last bird just left the nest (child no. 5) and this would be a great way to say thanks! Thanks for cleaning up the poo off the wall when we thought it was finger paint, thanks for still loving us after we dumped baby oil all over the floor for a fun game of slip-n-slide. You know. Thanks from her favorite angel ;)

  670. I LOVE the glass etching projects. I definitely could put a silhouette to good use!

  671. My first project would be a vinyl quote for my front door!!!

  672. Andrea Campbell says:

    I would do a shirt for my kids. That would be tons of fun!

  673. Oh my gosh! I LOVE the glass etching projects featured on the site. My first project would be glass etching a cute square vase I have. Awesome! :)

  674. I would love to make some heat transfers. and some cards. And some vinyl wall decals… I have a million ideas for this baby!

  675. Oh boy I want to win!!

    Lois

    haleyuns at gmail dot com

  676. hockeymom says:

    I would love to do some vinyl projects, but the rhinestone kit is awesome.

  677. I have never entered a give away before,but—I want this one badly ! The vinyl lettering is what I'm most interested in right now. Got my fingers crossed !

  678. I'd start with some t-shirts. We just got my daughter a bunch of plain colored shirts from H&M, and I'd love to personalize them for her!

  679. Eric & Karen says:

    I would first do some vinyl words for a blank wall in my sister's living room. She can't decide what to put on the wall…I would decide for her!

  680. Eric & Karen says:

    I would first do some vinyl words for a blank wall in my sister's living room. She can't decide what to put on the wall…I would decide for her!

  681. Amanda Swenson says:

    I would use it to make vinyl lettering for my house!

  682. I love every project, if i had to pick one, it would be the t-shirt print.

  683. This is so awesome!! I think that I would first add some fun decor to my boys' rooms. (and that would just be the beginging.)

  684. Brian & Haley Webb says:

    Pick me, I would love it!

  685. Brian & Haley Webb says:

    Pick me, I would love it!

  686. Elizabeth says:

    I have 4 kids and always are on a tight budget with clothing. I would definitely, without a doubt make tshirts designs for them. And maybe be inspired to catch up with my albums which are 7 yrs behind. UGH! But excited about possibilities!!

  687. These are AMAZING and I want one, no I NEED one! I would definately start on paper projects, I'm starting Christmas cards and decor so I need help from this baby!

  688. i love the heat transfer shirt idea. Christmas gifts for EVERYONE!

  689. Landon and Kylie says:
  690. iheartfootloose says:

    I would start with some vinyl decor for my first baby's nursery! (little girl due to arrive Oct 12th!) :)

  691. Definitely a heat transfer!

  692. Fun! I've got a couple of plain t-shirts for my boys just waiting for some cool design to be heat-transferred onto them!

  693. Matt, Katie & Jayden says:

    I'm with you. Heat transfers, except I just moved into an apartment and I am in dire need of a few pillow transformations. Plus I have an idea for a new lamp shade.

  694. Matt, Katie & Jayden says:

    I'm with you. Heat transfers, except I just moved into an apartment and I am in dire need of a few pillow transformations. Plus I have an idea for a new lamp shade.

  695. If I win this the first thing I'll do is use the vinyl letters to decorate my daughter's hospital room. The hospital said vinyl was fine to use as it comes off so easily!

  696. Lovely Lizzy says:
  697. These are so cool! I'd probaly use the heat transfer to pump out some cute onesies for my first nephew who is coming soon!

  698. shaunelle says:
  699. Jaclyn1122 says:

    OMG! I am OBSESSED with the Silhouette! The possibilities are endless. I think I may lock myself in a room with it and never come out! I would start with Onesies for my 8 month old using the heat transfer and then make a red vinyl vintage car to put on a mirror for my 4 year olds bedroom. His theme is transportation and have yet to find a cool mirror for it.

  700. Scrappin' for sure! And then everything else of course. fabulous new toy.

  701. Charles And Kristen says:

    Heat transfer- def.

  702. I really want to try glass etching. I just saw some cute glass mugs that would be so fun to personalize for gifts. I would have so much fun with this little gadget.

  703. Temporary tattoos! My boys always ask for them but have trouble finding ones I fell are "appropriate". So, I'd be making a whole slew of them!

  704. I cannot wait to own this machine! My very first project would be to outfit my kid's clothes with custom sayings that I've always wanted to put on their shirts & onesies! Thank you for this opportunity to win one!

  705. Poulsen Family says:

    Would love to do heat transfers for birthday shirts…or really anything that comes to mind. Also, just moved to a new home and I have LOTS of blank walls…and gifts…well, too many to name just one.

  706. Love this, can't buy one anytime in the near future, so I would LOVE to win this! My first project would be some kind of heat transfer on clothes for my girls, that looks just way too cute! Then I think I would start filling up my walls with sayings, then catch up on scrapbooking, then start making Christmas gifts….. :)

  707. andreamcvicker says:

    I would have to work on some vinyl projects! And for sure some heat transfers for my kids!
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Andrea~

  708. Hendershots says:

    I would definitely be making vinyl decor projects. I am days away from a brand new house and I have lots of bare walls!

  709. My first project would be to make heat transfer t-shirts for my boys! Then I would go crazy labeling with vinyl…..I could go on and on :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  710. aggiesgirl says:

    Well…first I would have my grandchildren write down a project on a slip of paper and put it in a bowl, then we would pick one…Oh what fun we would have.

  711. heat transfers. lots and lots of t-shirts. my son just started t-ball…

  712. Totally just returned my Cricut Expressions to Costco. Couldn't ever figure it out! Hope I win! Oh yeah- I'd make hang tags for my clothing line!

  713. Gosh, which one wouldn't I start with? Glass etching, heat transfers, vinyl decor..all of them are right up my alley. I think I would start with heat transfers though. I really want to make some fun "his" and "hers" pillow cases.

  714. Oh my, this is a wonderful little machine!! If I had this I would make all the wonderful little sayings my three year old says, like "We got big problems Mommy!", on to heat transfer and make cute little t-shirts for him! And I'm getting married next year and I would love to do the glass etchings on my vases for my centerpieces with mine and my soon to be's intials. Oh, the possiblities!

  715. Oh, there would definitely be vinyl everywhere!!

  716. where do i begin….cards, baby announcements, invitation, vinyl letters, tshirts for my kiddies….and so much more. i love doing things with paper so that is probably on the top of my list. very cool giveaway! thanks!
    noelle

  717. llamamama says:

    Definitely the cupcake wrappers!

  718. Just Ducky @ Heart! says:

    I have some cupboard doors that I picked up at a yard sale that are screaming for some vinyl! And I am just waiting for a Silhouette! Really…I am waiting, LOL! Awesome.

  719. I would love to make some matching clothes for my kids!! The possibilities are endless!

  720. I'd go for the heat transfers for all sorts of tshirts! What fun is that?

  721. girlonabikewithacamera says:

    …pregnant with a little girl so I'd definitely be hitting up the heat transfers to plain white onesies, monogram her burp cloths, etc. What a great giveaway!

  722. Oh my heck the options are endless!! I would definitely have to try the vinyl and get a few Christmas presents done, that would be awesome.

  723. I would LOVE this! I would definitely make some cool shirts using the heat transfer first. -Maybe let the kids pick whatever they want to put on a t-shirt.

  724. i am amazed. i have always wanted to do some vinyl lettering on my wall, but haven't found the perfect saying. that would totally be my first "silhouette" project.

  725. Spencer & Lorilyn Crum says:

    Most def would embellish some purses I'm sewing!

  726. Spencer & Lorilyn Crum says:

    Most def would embellish some purses I'm sewing!

  727. I want to decorate my kitchen aid pro mixer with vinyl cut-outs!!!

  728. I Love this!!!! I would do the vinyl on glass projects first…..crossing my fingers on this.

  729. I love the temporary tattoos!

  730. Just this... Alice says:

    I would make Christmas cards with it.

  731. Tami (Pixeltrash) says:

    Well, hmmmm…. I have a crafting blog featuring lots of sewing, a food blog and a paper crafting blog, so you can see I would use this machine for EVERYTHING! LOL! I would start with the glass etching because it is something I've never done before! I want to get a goldfish bowl and etch the fish's name on it!!!

  732. momto2munkeys says:

    I would LOVE to make my kids' some shirts!!! I know my 10 year-old son would go crazy if I won this….he is constantly wanting custom shirts!!!!

  733. Absolutely the heat transfer!! Oh the things I could make for my kids & family!

  734. Mamaof3Cuties says:

    wow!!! what an amazing give away!!!!! i think my first project would be the temp tattoos cuz my kids are a sucker for them LOL

  735. Crafts For Lily says:
  736. Sunderlands says:
  737. My first thought was that I'd etch my last name on my pyrex baking dishes for potlucks, but then I saw the temporary tattoos & thought they'd be great at my daughter's birthday party – so temporary tattoos it would be!

  738. I SOOO want one of these awesome tools. I would try glass etchings to make some cool centerpieces for my son's upcoming wedding!!!

  739. I love this!! I would make some new onesies for my new baby due any day now!!!

  740. Hmmmmm….so many projects! I have been wanting to do a vinyl saying to go on the wall with a family portrait for months…so I would start there….then I would immediately go on to make cards. Ahhhhh…my mind is swirling with ideas!!!!

  741. Brown Family says:

    PICK ME! I would make some cute things on dresses or onesies with my sweet girls!!

  742. Amanda Brantley says:

    Holy crap! Um…heat transfer, no wait-vinyl lettering-AKKK craft possibility OVERLOAD!!!!

    You are the. COOLEST. Blogger. Ever.

    PS My 13 mo. old daughter tried (I think) to repeat me saying crap yesterday. My first thought, crrraaaappppppp! Welcome to the parrot years….

  743. I'm in love! I have some vases I'd etch plus endless heat transfer t-shirts for my little boy! The potential projects are endless!

  744. I'm throwing a baby shower at the end of September…I have a few ideas I can use with the vinyl cut outs, then I'd move on to decorating our playroom walls!

  745. Mindy Hales says:

    I wish it did fondant and gum paste, but I would love a large hurricane with an etched glass design. Heat transfers for T-shirts would be cool too.

  746. I would give it to my mom if I won!

  747. So even though the chances are basically impossible, I'll still enter and when I dream about winning and my first project, it will be an amazing quote gracing my mostly bare walls in our new home.

  748. mamma of 2 says:

    Vinyl for some old windows!

  749. Christian says:

    The first thing I would do would be some glass etching on my dining room table, it has a glass top that is in need of some fancying up!

  750. Jenni Peay says:

    I think It would have to be the heat transfer on matching shirts for my daughters, or maybe some etched glass, I couldn't pick one, but please pick me!

  751. A Different Drum says:

    I would use it for scrapbooking to start, but I'm sure once I started playing with it I could come up with a number of exciting new projects!

  752. I would make some custom apparel for sure.

  753. I would totally do some projects with Vinyl in my house and classroom. I'd also have to have fun with heat transfers!! Too cool!

  754. LOVE vinyl. I'd have a full houseful of it if i could! Thanks for the chance!

  755. I really really really want to make some tshirts and even use this to make a memory quilt/family tree for my grandmother. I love all of the versatility of this item!

    (And I also like the new header on your blog… just noticed it. It's great!)

    Thanks for the chance to enter!
    -mab

  756. I would use it to make invitations for my upcoming wedding! And glass etching for the decor!

  757. I would totally make personalized stationery and cards for myself and my daughters! This machine looks awesome!

  758. Laura and Kelly Allen says:

    Love the designs on the shoes. Cute, cute.

  759. Connie Babe says:

    i have some spice bottles that need to be labeled with maroon vinyl…that's my first order of business. :)

  760. As a preschool teacher I'd make some vinyl lettering for my classroom!

  761. lily_bug_boutique says:

    This looks so cool! Endless possibilites…I'd start with some vinyl lettering for the house. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  762. Carolina girl says:

    There are so many things I would like to do with it, but I think I would start with some vinyl projects!

  763. Josh and Anna says:

    I would definitely make some awesome vinyl decor sayings for my entire house! But especially the master bedroom since it's the only room in the entire house that I have yet to decorate.

  764. The Queen of Quite a Lot says:

    I would bling something with some rhinestones first. Then do some vinyl.

  765. I'd make some vinyl wall art and etch some glass! So exciting! :)

  766. shirts with the heat transfer!!!! close second on the project list is temporary tattoos… how awesome is that? I'd make them for EVERYTHING!

  767. Sparrow's says:

    The possibilities are endless! I am pretty sure my 1st project would be something clothing related. I am a sucker for that stuff. But I would also use it to help me organize my craft room. I can make cute labels for everything & make organizing fun for me!

    piehay at ymail dot com

  768. I would vinyl and heat transfer anything I can get my hands on. Actually, your "Beautiful" vase has inspired me to do some glass etching on a few of my own. Fingers & toes crossed.

  769. So...Look What I Made says:

    I would have to try making some shirts for my daughters

  770. I would make cute throw pillows with the heat transfers for fabric.

  771. Please oh please for the LOVE let this be my lucky day… I would totally use it for t-shirts, and with all the boys in my house I love the numbers and names on the back of the shirt, fabulous.

  772. I would love to do the heat transfers on shirts. OH How I would love this!

  773. gilchrist says:

    So many possibilities. I would love to make my daughter some cute shirts.

  774. I want to do some vinyl projects but also glass etching. I want to do it all.

  775. My first projects would be subway art, heat transfers, and vinyl on glass. So much fun!

  776. Elliott Mom says:

    OHHHH, looking at the Silhouette makes my heart skip a beat! LOL The list of projects is so long…but I'd have to start with vinyl. I have an empty wall that needs some serious help.

  777. My grandmother's 80th birthday is coming up and I'm helping with all of the set-up. This would be perfect to make it so much better!

  778. The Ballard's says:

    Let's be honest. If I actually won, I would need to make something straight away. I would need something that would make me proud and I would immediately be able to show off. If I won, the very first thing I would make, would be a temporary tattoo for my boy. A boys first tattoo, should always show his love for his momma, as well as be temporary:)….
    If I don't win, how will I explain to my hubby, the charge on his card??

  779. Danielle Christene says:

    There are so many vinyl projects on my "list" so this would be so helpful!! Thank you for this opportunity! Hope I win!

  780. Oh man I need one of these bad boys! To feed my cake obsession, project one would be those cutie cupcake cups. Project two would be creating cardstock templates for fondant shapes to decorate cakes. I LOVE the way you are not limited by cartridges.

  781. What a great give-a-way! My first project would be heat transfers on t-shirts. I've been doing tons of appliqued tees lately, and this would be so much fun. My kiddos get to go back to school with personalized clothing they helped design, and no one else has one just like it!

  782. craftytammie says:

    i would totally be making heat transfer onesies for my new baby boy! and cupcake wrappers and party stuff for all four of my kids' birthdays.

  783. I would make scrapbook pages and finally get to my wedding scrapbook… it's only been a few years!

  784. J and T plus Three says:

    Something from with the vinyl decor!!! I would LOVE to decorate with those!!! Or the etched glass….LOVE the fishbowl with the fishy's name on it. I would go out and buy a fish just for that!

  785. MistySeptember says:

    Oh, the possibilities! I'd definitely start with some heat transfers, but I can see soooo many options for things in my preschool classroom!

  786. I love the messenger bag with the yellow flowers. I think I would make some bags, maybe shopping bags, and decorate them with different flowers.

  787. Cara & Tyler says:

    Ohmygoodness. I'd have to start several projects at once! It would definitely come down to the fuzzy heat transfer (for adorable furry baby onesie appliques!) and the vinyl (for personalized home decor). Wow. This is an incredible giveaway.

  788. Cara & Tyler says:

    Ohmygoodness. I'd have to start several projects at once! It would definitely come down to the fuzzy heat transfer (for adorable furry baby onesie appliques!) and the vinyl (for personalized home decor). Wow. This is an incredible giveaway.

  789. Warne Family says:

    I would start with some vinyl decor for my walls and then do some custom t-shirts for the family!!!

  790. I love the heat transfers! That would be SO MUCH FUN!!! :)

  791. Whitney Crane says:

    I would make some wicked cool subway art!!

  792. I'd make my son's "tool time" b-day invites and heat transfer designs on some t-shirts for favors. Love this product!

  793. howspiffy says:

    I would label all of my baking ingredients with vinyl. Although the sketch pen option sounds amazing too!

  794. Buskey Girls says:

    I would love to make some pillows for my girls with their first initial on them, this would be perfect to make a transfer with!

  795. I love to bake and the cupcake cups are adorable!!

  796. BRADANDHOLLY says:

    I would use my fancy new Silhouette to make some wall art for the nursery for our first baby, due in March.

  797. The Phillips Family says:

    I want to try glass etching.

  798. Patterson Family says:

    I would make a vinyl sign for my wall and i would use it for christmas presents on tiles. Please oh Please be me =)I've been looking for months

  799. What an awesome giveaway!! I have an old window that is in need of a vinyl quote to finish it off. Thanks for the chance.

  800. Ummm, vinyl decor for starters and then greeting cards and oh yeah, little cut outs for my grandson's journal. Oh the possibities!

  801. Mrs. NoNo says:

    I would DEFINITELY make a whole big stack of cards (so that I could try the machine out) and have them on hand for any occasion!! :)

  802. Tari McDonald says:

    I so want one of these! I think my first project would be to spice up some of my t-shirts using the sihouette to create a stencil or maybe iron on transfers.

    tari.mcdonald [at] gmail [dot] com

  803. I'd love, love, love to give the heat transfer material a try!

  804. I would love to do some vinyl projects. I would probably start with my kitchen canisters. They're see-through and need a little oomph!(Is that a word?)

  805. I'm a new PTO preident and could really use this to decorate the school bulletin board. I love the print & cut options!! Excited!!

  806. I'd definitely start with making some birthday cards… followed up by some Christmas cards!

  807. I'd love to do some vinyl stuff on the glass… possibilities are ENDLESS!!! Coolio!

  808. Howard Family says:

    OMG I would love to do the heat-transfer & vinyl decor stuff….I'd have allll my Christmas presents done by October! I also think the etched glass is cool, I love the fishbowl with the fish's name on it. :o)

  809. I have seen these givaways all over. Haven't won yet. I would use it for scrapbooking.

  810. Amanda K @ Every Crafty Endeavor says:

    I think I have entered EVERY. SINGLE. SILHOUTETTE. giveaway there has been (or that I have seen!) so I am crossing my fingers I get lucky this time around!! The crafty possibilities are endless… oh the things I would create….

  811. I think I would start with transfers for my baby's onesies.

  812. The first project I would make would be a huge banner for my BFF Char.It would include many fun cutouts to depict her awesomeness!!! i'm just sayin'….

  813. Nora Mair says:

    Making Christmas cards and etching glass. What a great giveaway.

  814. saltycatco says:

    Pick me, pick me! I would do some vinyl glass projects! They are so elegant and would make great gifts!

  815. I love how versatile the machine seems to be. I would love to start using vinyl! And the heat transfer tool . . . wow!

  816. Ooh! Pick me! Pick Me! The first thing I would do is a vinyl "No Soliciting" sign for my front window. So when the college kids from Estonia come around selling educational books, I can wave and point.

  817. I'm celebrating my birthday and this would be a perfect way to end it. I know that I would make some transfers for my living room pillows. And perhaps a card for the hubs to let him know I think he's great

  818. Christina says:

    VINYL LETTERING!!! I LOVE it the first thing I'm going to do with my Silhouette is use the lettering to inscribe our Family Motto on our BIG basement wall downstairs, this way ALL the kids can see it everyday and remember what it means/is to be a LEWIS!!!
    Fingers Crossed!!!

  819. I would love to have one of these! I have to do so many bulletin boards and signs for school, this would make them so much easier and more professional. Not to mention I could finally make staff shirts for ballgame workers.

  820. I would be making heat transfer designs for a bachelorette party shirts for all the girls!

  821. I would make a vinyl word art on my wall!

  822. I love the frosted glass stencils – I'd love to monogram all my glassware!

  823. I would probably do a heat transfer first, but I love the sketches that you framed and hung over the bed.

  824. Definitely heat transfer. Think of the gifts and decor items! Thanks.

  825. Oh my goodness I can't decide, I'd either etch some glass or make some cute designs with the heat transfers.

  826. J.R. and Tammy says:

    Um…I don't know! So much to do so little time! But rest assured I would love it!

  827. The first thing I'd get was the vinyl for some household projects

  828. Wow, that looks like an amazing machine. I would work on my scrapbooks.

  829. Mistylynn says:

    Oh my goodness, I can't believe all of that was done with one machine. I really had no idea you could do fabric stuff with it! It's amazing and looks totally professional. I'd be doing something like that if I got one.
    Misty

  830. Life in Rehab says:

    Wall vinyl! Wall vinyl! Wall vinyl!

  831. I've been dying to make some subway art to hang in my house…and this would make it oh so simple! My fingers (and toes) are crossed!

  832. Would love this for heat transfers!
    Kolby – kartch99[at]cox[dot]net

  833. I would love to use this for cutting out heat transfers for my YOUNG WOMEN for girls camp this next year. PLEASE PICK ME!

  834. Sarah or someone like her says:

    I would probably make some kind of heat transfer. Or vinyl decor for the new house. Or glass etching. Well, crap – I can't decide! BUT IT WOULD BE AWESOME!!!

  835. Me Like-y… Me Want-y!

    I'd use it with sewing projects FOR SURE! I have so many baby showers coming up in my neighborhood that I need to sew for… I'd make something totally creative and *adorable* for those new babies!!

  836. You TOTALLY got me… I'm just dying to get my hands on one! I would LOVE to do some Home Decor projects and the heat transfer is way, WAY COOL!

  837. The first thing I would make would be the iron on transfer tshirts for my tiwns!!! And then, I would make everything else!!!

  838. i'd make some ladybug wall decals for my girls bedroom. i'd make all those FHE board i need to make for upcoming christmas !

    this would make a perfect birthday gift for me since my birthday is coming up !! ;) ;)

    thanks for the giveaway !!

  839. Caroline @ Atelier Caroline says:

    I can think of a lot of things to do, Birthday and Christmas cards, Christmas ornaments, Quilting pattern templates, stencils but the first thing would be to make pretty flowers, ladybugs and butterflies to decorate my daughter's bedroom

    Caroline
    http://ateliercaroline.blogspot.com/

  840. Lindsey's Photographs says:

    we just finished our house. And i dying to decorate!

  841. I would love to use it for the heat transfer vinyl projects!

  842. I'd love, love, love to get caught up on my scrapbookin'!

  843. Jill Knotwell says:

    The ink looks really cool, that's what I would be doing!

  844. I'd start with heat transfers – I need some baby shower gifts!

  845. Lexi's Mommy says:
  846. Is there enough time in the day (week, month, year) to make everything I want to make with this machine … the answer is no … no there isn't … so I would start with some vinyl wall art for both kids rooms … and t-shirt cause although they say they love the ones I cut out by hand to make I am guessing they would like these a lot more … and then it would be invitations for my friends baby shower … then … oh i have to stop dreaming for right now …

  847. My first project would be a shirt for one of my kids with the heat transfer stuff. That would be awesome!

  848. My first project would be a vinyl decor project. I am dying to make some of these for our new home!

  849. I would love to make some cute banners!

  850. I just can't choose, but I love the frames you did for over your bed and I have a blank wall above mine, so I would probably start there! I hope I win!

  851. I really would love to win this! I'd so be making t-shirts for my little boys!

  852. I would definitely make a sketch design – needing about 5 pics above my entertainment center.

  853. Nicki Wilson says:

    I'd make a heat transfer onesie for my little boy. He'd look soooo cute!!

  854. Heather (wife to Dave, mom to Jenna and Adam) says:

    Love the art you made for over your bed with the ink pens- wonderfully fabulous! I so want to win. *pick me, pick me*

  855. the first thing i would make would be some custom decor for my bathroom, since its in need of some spiffying up!

  856. Mrs. Ramos says:

    Heat transfers for sure! I want to make custom t-shirts for my students this year!

  857. The first thing I'd do is the glass etching! Love it!

  858. Nick Ashley Reagan Coen & Ike says:

    I'd definitely start about on the about 400 heat transfer projects that I want to do! Thanks!

  859. Nick Ashley Reagan Coen & Ike says:

    I'd definitely start about on the about 400 heat transfer projects that I want to do! Thanks!

  860. sydney @ memorable minutes says:

    I am dying to try out all this vinyl everyone seems to be old hand at by now. I've never even used the stuff!!! crossing my fingers. Thanks.

  861. i would definitely use it to create some vinyl and vamp up my house! thanks for the giveaway!!!

  862. Bingaling says:

    Definitely heat transfer tees for my boys. They would love being able to pick out their own designs, too. What a great giveaway.
    Chanda

  863. Twins Squared says:

    I would love, love, love to win this! I think that I would start with some type of custom shirts for my kiddos. However, the etched glass projects are pretty cool too!

  864. Debilou~Mississippi Mama says:

    i would most definitely be making the heat transfer projects.. so cool. I've been wanting one of these since the first time I saw it. So glad i checked my reader and saw your post, maybe i'll get lucky. Thanks

  865. We've moving soon and I'd LOVE a chance to use this to create our own vinyl decor. There are so many quotations I'd love to use in our new living room and so many images I want on the walls of the kids' rooms.

  866. dixonfamily says:

    I would use it for banners, vinyl signs, labels, and heat transfers. Super excited to ditch the exacto knife and cutting board for these projects. Thanks so much!

  867. areneelamb says:

    I'd love to make some holiday ornaments and some vinyl quotes for our front entry wall.

  868. This is so cool. I would start with some etching with vinyl then do shirts, my dd would love this too. We just moved and have lots of decorating to do. I love what you did over the bed.

  869. The heat transfer stuff looks amazing. I love freezer paper stencil, but that would look even more professional. I'd also love to play with the vinyl.

  870. handdancer says:

    I'm newly retired and working on updating our house. My first project would be some vinyl decor for my granddaughter's room.

  871. I would definitely send you a rockin thank you card for this awesome giveaway!!!

  872. I wanna make loads of cool freezer paper projects to liven up my t-shirt collection! pick me<———

  873. I am a preschool teacher so I can use this machine for many projects. I'm thinking christmas presents for the parents. Life made easier!

  874. I think I could use the Silhouette for something every day! I would love to have it to make invitations and decorations for my son's first birthday in a couple of months!!

  875. pollyesthertp says:

    Super Saturday, here we come!!! Etched glass projects would be amazing for all the elderly ladies in our ward (They love their casserole dishes!) And vinyl phrases for the newlyweds. Newly wed or nearly dead ward. I can see many amazing crafting projects in our future!

  876. I would make vinyl curious of horses for a friends baby shower!!! Oh how cute the decorations would be with this machine!! (:

  877. I would definitely do the vinyl's first. I have so many ideas! :)

  878. I'd make a super cute shirt for my daughter for her 3rd birthday.

  879. I would do vinyl projects for my kids rooms

  880. [email protected] says:

    Just give it to me an no one gets hurt! What can't I do with the silhouette is the question!

  881. LOVE IT! I would make cards…lots of cards!

  882. I have a lot of custom t-shirts I want to make for Christmas, and this do-it-all is just the ticket! Thank you for the opportunity!

  883. The King Family says:

    I have 2 babies under 2, so I could make all kinds of cute t-shirts and things for them. Pick me PLEASE!

  884. oh man, what i wouldn't give for this!!! (well… if I had 300 dollars, i'd give that…) =) I LOVE vinyl. That would def be my first project!!

  885. The Amoah-Boadi Family says:
  886. I love this machine!! My first project would be some vinyl sayings and flowers for my house. Also, I would love to make the tattoos for my kids, they would go crazy over them.

  887. Oh, WoW! I would totally do wall decor with this amazing machine first…then some of the fabric designs you showed…then can I use the pens to letter signs with it?….then….then…then….

  888. Jeff, Catina & the Kids says:

    I'd start with heat transfer projects :) Oh so much fun!!

  889. Jeff, Catina & the Kids says:

    I'd start with heat transfer projects