GIVEAWAY: SILHOUETTE DIGITAL CUTTING TOOL & AN AMAZING OFFER!


You know we both love our Silhouette Digital Cutting Tool. We’ve mentioned it a few mil times. But just when we thought we couldn’t love this fantastic machine any more they went and created INTERFACING. Yes, the Silhouette now cuts fabric!!! I know, right? The interfacing has actually been available for a few months but it was so popular that they sold out in a flash! Now it’s back in stock and the folks at Silhouette have hooked Jaime and I up with some to try. And um, yes, it is A.W.E.S.O.M.E.

But not only have they hooked us up with interfacing but they have hooked us up with A SILHOUETTE DIGITAL CUTTING TOOL for one lucky Prudent Baby reader to call their own!!
 
But hey, there are like thousands of you, so they are also offering an amazing deal for PRUDENT BABY readers. Visit the Silhouette site, click shop, place the Silhouette SD in your basket, enter the discount code “PRUDENT” at checkout and all discounts and freebies will show up in the basket.

You get: 
• Silhouette SD
• Clean Cut Interfacing
• Sewable Interfacing
• And a roll of white flocked heat transfer material

All for only $229!

Do you already have a Silhouette? Well you can get 25% off all fabric interfacing by entering “prudent” at checkout.

Offer ends Sunday, March 27th. 

Read on to find out how to enter to win a SILHOUETTE DIGITAL CUTTING TOOL.  Head on over to the Silhouette Site and peruse the many, many capabilities of of this magical machine.
It’s going to blow your mind. Then come back here and leave a comment. In your comment tell us the first thing you would make with your silhouette. Maybe you would make some jeans with rhinestone encrusted back pockets. Or maybe you would make a window vinyl sign for your uncle Lou’s Taxi. Or maybe you would make a bib with an applique of a walrus… because you can totally do all those things. So tell us what you would make, and if you can, make us laugh because laughing is what we love most of all. Even more than Silhouette Digital Cutting Tools. And that’s saying alot.

You can come back every day and tell us something else that you would make for an extra entry.
Like/Follow us on Facebook and/or Twitter. We will be posting exclusive ways for you to gain extra entries there. So fun!

The winner must have a US or Canada Address & be 18+. Only one winner per household.
The giveaway will close at noon CT on Friday March 25th. A randomly selected winner will be announced Friday afternoon! Good luck!

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1,223 Comments

elisa.b

Oooh, I love that messenger bag with the yellow peonies. I'd want to make that! Maybe make a diaper bag for my best friend who just had her baby last week.
Thanks for the great giveaway!

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Heather

I would love to make some super cute flower bows for my daughter…or label some jars for my kitchen…or make some super cute tees…OMG, I NEED one of these!

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shawna

I would love to make some chalkboard labels, vinyl for my kids walls, and t-shirt transfers… thank you for the chance to win!

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Amber

We're moving into a new house soon, and I could plan the kids' rooms entirely around this machine! Project numero uno would be name signs for their doors so they can feel right at home when we move in.

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HollowSquirrel

I'd cut out some vinyl to put above the stairs in the basement that reads "WATCH YOUR NOGGIN'" so my husband doesn't score another head injury.

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Laura

We have a new baby due in May and I would LOVE to make her some pillows, wall art, etc. for her nursery!

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Amanda

I would start with some labels for my white ceramic canisters in the kitchen…I can never remember what is in them! πŸ™‚

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kayla

I would totally embellish some onesies for our new baby! All of my 2-year-old's newborn clothes got stained and trashed, so we need some cute tiny outfits.

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Sara

My son's 2nd birthday is coming up so I would make a Happy Birthday banner for him as well as coordinating cupcake toppers!!

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Erin

Well, I currently make crocheted hats and LOVE adding flowers to them…but I'm pretty sure my first project would be a super cute garland for the Peter Rabbit Picnic I'm planning for my daughter's first birthday!

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Taylored Times

My youngest turns one in a few weeks and I would love to zip some homemade decorations off on a sillhouette to save some time. We're doing sweet little owls – so cute, but time consuming to cut out.
Zach dot Sarah dot Taylor at gmail dot com

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storiedyarns

I have a feeling that owning something like this would make me even crazier than when I got a label maker one year for my classroom, I'll be cutting out so many things to embellish everything I own! I'd love to make vinyl decals for my kids' windows, fabric embellishments for all my tote bags, and baby gifts for all the pregnant ladies I own!!!
Jess

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randomcreativity

Thanks for the giveaway! I would use it to make a mask to screen print a shirt… just because I have always wanted to try screen printing, for no apparent reason πŸ™‚

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ej236

I want to label the whole house up! ha! Maybe help my daughter start reading at an early age…"My baby can read – house version"

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Amanda

Excellent! For budget decorating in our apartment, I would make a silhouette cutout of our 8-month old daughter's profile on beautiful paper and matte and frame it for her nursery. πŸ™‚

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AnnaPK

Temporary tattoos!!!!!! I have been dreaming of those ever since you first introduced us to the awesome Silhouette.

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Erin

I would cut some vinyl trees and shrubbery for the exterior of the dollhouse I'm making for my daughter.

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Pam

Oh Lord… you know what I'd make? I'd make a bunch of Jaime's drawstring bags and then label them with things like "To be sorted." Because then I can shove crap in pretty labeled bags while I forget about them instead of shoving crap on the computer desk and forgetting about it. Or maybe something to store my shoes in, because finding 3 day old slimy yogurt melts in my nice work heels (helpfully added by my daughter)makes for awkward mornings.

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April

Every time I embark on a project, I think to myself "Having a Silhouette would make this so much easier!" I even asked for one for my birthday on Friday. Definitely the first project I would use it for is to put our monogram on the table runners for my wedding.

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mjb

I would make decorations for our granddaughters first birthday. Butterfly themed and I cut out two yesterday.. only 20 plus to go:)

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Grace

Endless possibilities. I currently do everything by hand. Cutting intricate details for onesies, all deocrations, etc. Having a silhouette would make me actually finish my projects.

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Jen@thecraftingfiend

I would make my girl a paper pin badge that said "thanks for the mammories!" (or maybe I'd do it on fabric and sew it to her onsie)
incase my email isn't linked to my profile:
jnine_n(at)hotmail(dot)com

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Danelle

I would use it to do some etched glass-like a vase or a glass candle holder. Etched glass is one crafty project I've never been able to try & I'm dying to try my hand at it!

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Amanda

I wanted an embroidery machine — but I don't have the $$$ for it. So I would cut out words and go on a label kick. I'd probably even have my son's underwear personalized by the time I was done! I'd make a pouch, label it sunscreen. And another labeled pool snacks. And another labeled sunglasses. All to put into a bag labeled pool stuff. Yes. I'm that crazy. πŸ™‚

Amanda
amandablogs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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Raechel

I would totally try their glass etching stuff. Not sure where my husband would let me try it out, but I'd find somewhere! πŸ™‚

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Safira

I love making my own t-shirts, but I've only used the freezer paper method. This would be amazing, and would guarantee that I have a cute shirt for every occasion! emily.mccaman (at) yahoo dot com.

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Suzy

I need it to make some bumper stickers. I want one for my family vehicle that says "Junk in my Trunk."

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ppags

I love it. I would probably make cake toppers with edible paper. I suck at piping on cakes so this would make my life much easier without having to buy all those cookie cutters and working with fondant. But then I would move into fabric world. My daughter's room needs lots of decorations so I would probably start with a shaped pillow and move on to wall art. Ok, I will stop now. I have tons of ideas though. Thank you for such a wonderful giveaway.

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ltmommy

T-shirts! I would totally make t-shirts. I love the freezer paper stencils, but I am not so good with the x-acto.

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Brandy

What a groovy machine! Well, being that I'm a big fan of retro designs, I would cut so many vinyl starbursts and tiki masks that I could cover my bathroom walls and avoid a remodel project for awhile!

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Carrie

I'd like to try to make a birthday garland entirely out of the age – 4 – of the birthday girl. Basically a super long chain of cut 4s.

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Sherri Darley

Oh, I've totally got this one. I would make very ornate calligraphy-style iron-on name tags for my 14 year old sons' boxers. Ones that say "My mom is my sunshine" or "bunnies make me smile". That way maybe he'd keep his pants pulled up and his fancy boxers OUT. OF. SITE. πŸ˜‰

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the Schmidts

I would totally transform some plain old t-shirts for my boys and onesies for my little girl into fabulous little shirts using their heat transfer paper. Can't wait to get started!

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Margaret

I would ABSOLUTELY love this machine, and can't afford it on my own. The first thing I'd make is a 1/2 birthday shirt for my son.

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Georgia

I would deck out some onesies for our baby on the way! They would all be cute and girly with flowers or birds…. and then my husband would be mad since we don't know what the baby is and insist I make some boy ones too. πŸ™‚

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Cheryl

My sister-in-law and I have an ongoing competition of who's Christmas presents are the most beautifully wrapped. I would totally win this year if I had the Silhouette. Just sayin'…=)

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Sarah

Oooh, I would totally turn into an applique monster with one of these. Howe awesome would it be to not have to cut out letters and stuff by hand!

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Emily

The first thing I'd make is a huge mess. I can hear my husband rolling his eyes at the scraps and projects that would cover our kitchen table if I had one of those things.

But the second thing I'd make would be t-shirts for my kids with their names and pics of their fave things (firetruck, birdies).

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Karin

Oh Mama. First I'd make t-shirts for my kiddos and then I would start labeling my house from one end to the other.

did I mention that Wednesday is my birthday?

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LaPearl

Temporary tattoos so my girls & I can be rockstars for a day. I'm thinking we'll do full sleeves complete with tutus, tanks, & wigs! My 2 yr old would be ecstatic! (Hope no one calls the cops thinking that I've seriously had my toddler given my toddler tattoos)

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Marea

although i am not yet a mom, i am so eager, that i have started a monthly baby craft night with my friends, who are moms. We would all benefit from being able to utilize the Silhouette to make appliques for onesies, baby blanket, bibs, burp cloths, diaper bags, and maybe a few things for our selves! Oh and i saw the tutorial for the glass etching, that would also be high on my list!

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Krysta

I would start by making decorations for a baby shower I am throwing. The theme is Alice in Wonderland and it would be perfect to make cupcake holders and heart decorations along with paper flowers galore!
Fingers are crossed!!!

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Megan

I'd start by making labels for the new baby's hamper and diaper pail…so my husband could figure out which one gets poop-free items and which one does NOT!

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Nakia

There are so many things that I would make. But I'm pretty sure the very first thing would be reminder signs to go on my 5 y/o's bathroom mirror.

Lift the toilet seat!
AIM!
Flush the toilet!
Wash your hands!

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Tiffany

I would be a labeling making machine! But the first thing I would do is move my birthday banner project up to the top of my "work in progress" pile. Totally.

I like-like you guys on Facebook and follow you on twitter. (tekmorrison)

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Linds

I have a baby boy due in july and I've been on a sewing kick. I'd LOVE to use the vinyl option to make onesies and wall decals. I had no idea how hard doing an airplane theme was going to be!

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Emily

How can I choose just one thing?! First I would make t-shirt stencils for my daughters' "Big Sister" shirts…or maybe I'd make them in vinyl…

adamandem at yahoo dot com

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mel

I've had ideas about what to do with a machine like this swimming through my head since I saw it as a giveaway on another site about a month ago! Of course now that I have an opportunity to express those ideas my brain has frozen! But I know it has something to do with appliques! Duh right? I'll have a better comment tomorrow…

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AmAzOn

Ummm, it can SERIOUSLY make Temporary Tattoos?!? NO WAY!! I have to say this would be the first thing I would make. My girls would demand it!! This machine is AWESOME!!

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pam

A cute applique onesie (maybe a kitten just because I love kittens) for my friend's upcoming new little one.

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Brooke

First I would have to write an apology letter (in vinyl)to my family for the house falling to complete disarray and chaos, since I would be preoccupied with my new machine! Then I would move on to pirate birthday party projects πŸ™‚
woohooforthat(at)gmail(dot)com

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LaDonna

Where to start?! I would stencil glasses for a nieces wedding, make invitations for a birthday, customize some shirts, make a banner and label everything in site! Just to get me started!

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Michelle

Man oh man – I'd definitely start with some awesome t-shirts for my little man. Then I'd move to my work-out shirts and make them cute too! Then on to the inside of the house for some labeling projects!

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Shannon

This is the coolest thing ever, I would love to use it to put my daughter's name on stuff!

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Maggie

I would make beautiful vinyl flowers for my girls' bedroom and a cute airplane for my son's room. I would LOVE one of these!!!

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SuzyMcQ

The very first thing I would make with my SILHOUETTE would be a……

Scrapbook card custom apparel vinyl decor etched glass sketched design temporary tattoo paper craft bit of wonderfulness!

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Jan

I saw a wreath on delia creates blog that I am dieing to make. This would be a great tool to help me along.

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Jo

I would start by using it to make my son's first birthday invitations. Then I would slowly use it to make things to cover every surface of my house and family because it just seems too great to be true and I would need to show it the depth of my love.

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Belinda

I have at least 100 votive candle holders that need to be "cuted" up in some way. Glass etching or decorative vinyl would be perfect & a Silhouette machine would make this task easy & fun!

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Sara

This is such an awesome giveaway! I read about the fabric interfacing a few months ago and thought it would be great to make appliques for purses and hats!

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Amber

I'd make a vinyl sign for my mini van window that says, "A Mama and her little chicks" With so many little ones, that's what I'm always compared to!

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Emily G.

I'm all over the fabric cutting! I would cut out loads of granny smith apples from green fabric for curtains in my kitchen! onepinkpoppy(at)gmail(dot)com

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*Ashley Lou*

Flowers… Everything I own would be decked out in beautiful fluffy flowers!!!

P.S. If you need another reason to pick me, my birthday is this week!!! =))

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April

Oooo…I have so many projects saved on my computer in a "To Make" folder. I think I would start with some of the wonderful quote signs I've seen made with vinyl. That's totally where I would start!

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Britni

This is such an exciting give away, and ends right before my birthday… πŸ˜‰
First I would make vinyl cut outs for my walls for easy, removable, apartment decorating! YAY

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Kari

I have been wanting to make some personalized pillowcases. I would love to try cutting some fun fabric names out.

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Liz

I am pretty sure that my first project would be heat transfer. But maybe I will make something for me instead of my kids, like a shirt that says "who are these kids and why are they calling me mom?!?!" Most likely though I will make something for my kids because I am a softy like that.

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Cassandra {Sleeping or Sewing}

OMG!!! So many things to consider. Definitely vinyl cut outs for my kids room, and their dad drives a cab so who knows what can of sign he would like for his windows maybe "No drunk out of your mind idiots". Those people don't hold their cookies very long. ;-(

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Bonnie Van Voorst

I'm pretty sure I would make 5 billion things to iron on to onesies for my soon-to-be-born twin boys- maybe something that will help me tell them apart?

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224ab08c-53cb-11e0-b09c-000bcdcb8a73

ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh mmmmmmmmmmyyyyyyyyyyyy WORD. THIS is like a little peice of heaven that has been sent down to make all of my dreams come TRUE! (sorry husband) I NEED this! My best friend who lives in LA (Im on the east coast…sad) & I have been talking for MONTHS about how we need something to cut out fabric for us since neither of us have the time/patience/skill to cut a straight line let alone attempt a LETTER or FLOWER or BIRD or COWBOY (a few things we wanted to cut out). I don't own a sharp enough pair of scissors for that either. I just had a baby & hers is due in a few months & we have had SO MANY project ideas…but have canned them because we can't cut fabric out to make it look pretty! The first thing I would make (unoriginal I know) is a onsie with my baby boy's name on it (Knox) because I tried to do that with SCISSORS & it ended up looking like my 3 year olds craft time project. AND THEN I would make some silhouette's of cowboys & horses & other cowboy-ey things to decoupage onto Knox's dresser. AND THEN I would hole my self up in my basement craft room/my husband who works from homes office (HE LOVES SHARING A CRAFT ROOM/OFFICE WITH ME)& just make things & never stop. (babe…think of the TIME we could spend together!!!!!!!) I NEED this! My marriage needs this (insert quality time argument here). Pick me Pick me!!!

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Sunni @Love Affair with my Brother

I have this Kurt Vonnegut phrase that goes like this "And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep." I really want to put this as a vinyl on my wall above the stairs. That would be the 1st thing

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Jen

Oh. my. word. This is amazing. I would love to win this . . . first project would probably be putting names on our Christmas stockings. Which I've been putting off since my youngest was born FOUR years ago!! Thanks for the chance to win πŸ™‚

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Sangeetha

I would like to make a t-shirt for my tiny little, fierce duaghter saying "Watch out, I bark and I bite" – she really does bite when she feels very threatend

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Oh, Cripe!

So wonderful! I'd be an addict for sure! The options are limitless. Flowers everywhere for my little girl. I would even create camo flowers for my husband's laptop backpack.

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Amanda

First I would do something to every glass thing I own. Canisters, hurricanes…oh man.

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Jen @ My Own Road

Oh my gosh, I need this in my life! I'm tired of attempting to cut out letters and appliques using tiny scissors used to trim hair. I would use this to make tons of adorable appliqued clothes for my 2 year old and 4 month old. I want to make Dr. Seuss-ish "Thing 1" and "Thing 2" shirts for my kids to start, then there are tons of possibilites after that. Pick me PLEASE! I also like Prudent Baby on FB. myownroad@yahoo.com

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Kasey

If I were the LUCKY winner of this fabulous machine I would make decals for mine and my husbands Macbooks.

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Gerica

I would label the heck out of kitchen so my husband knows where things go! Afterall, we've only lived here for 4 years and he's still figuring it out! I would also make cute shirts for my girls!

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craftytammie

what am i, a clown? well, here's my best joke. what does the rain wear? THUNDERWEAR.
courtesy of sid the science kid. and yes, i do need to get out more.

and i actually think that would be a great tee shirt applique. question on the front, answer on the back. i'd totally make that.

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hollymade

Awesome! The first thing I would make is a bunch of fabric letters to make a letter book for my little guy. And some vinyls decorations for his wall. And some cutouts to etch glass. I would keep very busy, that's for sure!

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Mame Voelker

I would make shirts for my whole family that say "SHUT UP BUTTERS!" Butters is our yellow lab who is responsible for waking up our 3 month old baby at least once a day.

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pollyhyper

I would make a "peekaboo" curtain with lots of "windows" in it for my 1-year old who loves playing peekaboo. And then I would proceed to make labels for every single thing I own!

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Jennifer

I would need another giveaway for all the supplies I will be going through with this item! My first project would be window decals to replace the time consuming reverse paint lettering that I do on old windows crafted into country welcome signs or wedding date gifts.

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Katie

I would use it for just about everything! I want one so bad. First I would do some vinyl cut outs for my house because I think I am the only person around who doesn't have any yet!

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Sarah Jane

I think the first thing I would make would be a giant applique of the word "SOCKS" and I would slap it on the laundry hamper so my husband won't be so confused anymore about where he should put his dirty socks πŸ™‚

Thanks for the giveaway!

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Jeana

I would make a vinyl walrus wearing a bib for my Uncle Louie's taxi. Seriously, I would make EVERYTHING! Labels for my canisters, my three boys would have so many cool t-shirts and tattoos, and I would Portlandia-ify my house by putting a bird on everything!

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Anne

I love all the stuff it can do with vinyl. I really think I would label everything in my house, just because I could. :o)

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sunflowerlin

There are so many thing to do with it! I didn't know it could cut fabric πŸ™‚ All sorts of quilting possibilities, but I also LOVE the vinyl options πŸ™‚

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Brit

I simply cannot choose just one thing to start with. I would make hundreds of cupcake holders for my daughters first birthday coming up. Cover my entire house in vinyl lettering. Make decorations for said party. Wait maybe you shouldn't give it to me, my husband may never see me again.

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Allison

I would LOVE to try the vinyl and make a wall art sign with our last name on it.
And if I dont win, I'm PRAYING I can convince the hubs to get it and "save" it for my birthday…?!

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Jessica

I really wanna make applique shirts for my kiddos…Thing 1 and Thing 2 from The Cat in the Hat.
jessicaleeperkins(at)hotmail(dot)com

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Lil Mama Stuart

currently on my to do list are baby tag blankets and soft baby blocks – this would be SO USEFUL! and I won't have wonky letters cut out with scissors πŸ˜‰

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Suburbsmama

Ohh.. I would love to decorate onsies for my little boy, shirts for my little girl and me, totes, kitchen canisters…. Oh the possibilities are endless

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*Amber*

I have been trying to make burp cloths by cutting out my own shapes… let me just tell you that I do not have the steadiest scissors! Lucky I'm a nurse and not a surgeon :0) I would LOVE this machine! I would make burp cloths with flowers like a pro!

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Nikki

Gosh, where do I begin? I think with some heat transfers. T-shirts for my preschooler and onsies for baby#2 due in June.

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Michelle

I would make a vinyl sticker for my daughter's door of her name, and a sign for my back door reminding me to take my keys if I don't want to be locked out, again!

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Jesy

I would use it for freezer paper stencils, right now i cut by hand which is cool but is hard to do a lot of them.. I would also use it to cut fabric! all the extra embellishments for little kids cloths.. would be amazing! OOO flash cards for the 4 year old to help with her letters and numbers! OOO endless possibilities//

punkydoll at gmail dot com

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kmb

I would definitely do some iron-transfers for some cute onesies or shirts for the kids. The question is what wouldn't I make?

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Leah

Man, I want one of these so bad!!! I have a never ending list of things I want to do with it. I think I would start by adding names to the cute baby quilts I have to make right now!

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Happy Homemaker And Momma

We just found out on Friday that our prospective Birth Mother okayed our adoption-so we will be bringing home a new baby sept 24 so I think I could go to town with this in making up our new little ones room-mobiles stuff for quilts wall decorations-how exciting!!!

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Aurora_Di

First, I would cut out some Irish knot-work appliquιs and make some cute shirts for my 3 girls. I've cut them out by hand before, but this would make it sssssooooooooooo much easier. Matchy-matchy goodness.

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Cassie Gilmore

My family and I (two girls and a baby on the way) are building a new house this summer…I would LOVE to use this machine to decorate my girls rooms in a magnificent way!!!! Imagine what I could do, I am giddy with possibilities!

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Gabby

I would love to have a Silhouette! I love the idea of etching monograms on casserole dishes for wedding gifts.

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Amber

I would LOVE to label my newly organized house- and I would make some AWESOME appliqued dresses!!

PS, the deal on their site isn't working…

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Wendy

I'm planning a picnic themed bday for my daughter. My god, I could do all sorts of crazy picnic stuff with this – ants! reg gingham party favor goodness! oooooh…. just think.

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Bonnie

I'd probably make a vinyl cut out that says "Love Grows More Love" to put on a canvas or painted board to hang with a grouping of wedding photos, pregnancy photos, and photos of my daughter. I've been wanting this for a while!!

bonniemichelle.7@gmail.com

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The Russ Family

as we get ready to move into a new house, the possibilities are endless. i like the etched glass looks on the canisters and i'm thinking of doing some vinyl design on my laundry room cabinets to make it more fun in there.

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Mands

Oh you know…I would probably go crazy with the vinyl option and start off with my pantry but would quickly move to other parts of the house..I can see it now.. My husband would go the bathroom to find the world 'toilet' across the lid. He would be all like…'Um WHAT?? I think I know what the toilet is..no need for a label.' And I would be all like..'WHAT?? It's in a pretty font. Duh.' Right. Makes total sense.

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when i have time

my 3 year-old son noah has cerebal palsy and drools a ton. I think words for his bibs like "noahs flood," "got drool,"or"drool is cool,"would be sweet.alphabet letters for the fridge. oh and a label for the miralax my son takes-i gotta label that:)

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hollyctr

First I think I would die, or almost. THen after regaining my senses I would make a "who's your daddy" Darth Vadar Tee shirt for my son Luke. My husband has always wanted to be Darth Vadar πŸ™‚

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Kylee Ochsner

I would make fabric transfers for my sons. It is so hard to make tractors, trains, combines, airplanes and racecars by hand, I need a help!

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Sarah

I would be accenting clothes like a crazy woman! I also have a thing for jars so I would be making a jar for everything in my kitchen.

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Danielle

First thing would probably be transfers for some onesies. But then I would so do the fish bowl idea! We have a fish named Pudge (from Lilo and stitch. he does control the weather!) and I think it would be so cool to have his name on the tank in frosted letters! (so either etched or using that frosted vinyl stuff). This machine looks so flippin awesome! I can't wait to try one out some day!

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Sara

I would make my 6 year old lots of shirts with "her letter" that's what she calls a J cause her initial is a J!! lol I would also make lots of gifts with this thing! The possibilities are endless!!

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Jill Ann

I'd make flashcards with my children's pictures and names on them so I can keep track of them and stop calling them the wrong names!

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Andrea

I've been dying to try the heat transfer vinyl to make some shirts for my little boy. Helicopters and rocketships and planes and tractors… Ooh, we would have some fun!

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Holli

i neeeeeed this! I've got a whole heap of applique and accessory ideas up my sleeve for my baby girl with no patience to cut all those tiny things out. Dream. Come. True.

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Emily

I can think of so many projects I would love to do, but the first might just be making vinyl labels for my flour and sugar jars.

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{Our Little} Family

We are building a new house and this would be perfect for all of the new ideas I get!!! I would love to make basket liners with appliques for my children's room. Lots of ideas for the laundry room and it would be very handy in my new hobby! A new toy just for me!

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{Our Little} Family

We are building a new house and this would be perfect for all of the new ideas I get!!! I would love to make basket liners with appliques for my children's room. Lots of ideas for the laundry room and it would be very handy in my new hobby! A new toy just for me!

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Kathy

Some really cute things for baby gifts for the new babies that are coming into my life in a couple of months. Thanks for this giveaway!

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Nandini

There are a thousand things running through my head now πŸ™‚ I just hope the damn thesis writing gets done soon πŸ™

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Kimberly

First thing first will be name on bins so the twins can put their shoes(cleats) in and will not put the wrong size shoe on..(they have name in it but they are in a hurry to go out the door.

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Amy

elephant themed decorations for my baby's first birthday. i think it would like fun to have a banner with elephant cutouts.

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Christina

I have a pile of white onesies SCREAMING for some heat transfer images!!! I saw a cute onesie the other day that said "Momma's Gonna SNAP!" and had a picture of a camera on it…I'm a photographer, so I'm dying to make this for my little one!!!

christina dot mckinney at hotmail dot com

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Riley

I have been wanting to make a pennant banner for my daughter for ages…this would make it go so much faster and probably inspire me to do much more!

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Dana

Glam Dino Ts for my daughters 5th birthday. I have the cricut but fabric capabilities of the Silhouette would allow me to get in touch with my inner designer diva by doing more sewing!

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meganhutchins

I would love this for my little girls birthday party coming up. She will be one and we are throwing her a ladybug party and frankly I have gone a little crazy with the party planning. This could only make my party planning that much crasier! =)

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Kristin

I would LOVE on of these! I would start by making some bunting and flowers to put in my little girls' room! We just painted her walls turqouise and I really want to do something with all my favorite fabrics on her walls!

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Lesley

Wow this is amazing! The first thing I would make is definitely a little dress for my little girls that has some adorable design on it (maybe an owl cuz they are cute) I could make so much with this.

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Jamie

I've been sewing my three children's summer clothes the last few weeks so I would definitely use it to make some cute coordinating outfits for them. You know, the ones that they look at later and sigh and say, "why Mom did you EVER do that to us?!?"

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Elizabeth

I would make a fabric cutout of "Princess Poopalah" and sew it to the bottom of some reusable gerber training pants. Actually, I have plans for those for my etsy shop already and this awesome machine would make the process easy peasy!!

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thelewallens

The very first thing I'd make are some embellished onesies for my niece that is due in 2 months…I'm thinking of a wiener dog on one and a bunch of cherries on one..oh the possibilities!

shaunalewallen at yahoo dot com

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Debi

My daughter is getting married this fall. Ever since she could hold a pencil I have received pictures that either made me laugh or to explain why she made me cry:) I would love to use a few of her original "designs" to cut out and put on the favor bags!

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Jana Burrow

I would hopefully actually complete the pillows I want to make for my daughter's new "big girl" bed. Maybe if they have such fantastic embellishments I will get them done πŸ™‚

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Natalie

The question isn't what would I make, but what would I make first. I would definitely put this little machine to work trying everything. I think etching some old window panes would be pretty.

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Emily

I've been dreaming of making my daughter some adorable fabric embellishments for t-shirts! This would make it so much easier.

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marisa

The first thing that comes to mind is something for scrapbooking but now I see it can cut fabric so my mind is racing. My 1o yr old has autism and his new intense interest is Van Halen! I'm thinking a new VH shirt!

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Cathy

The fabric cutting is amazing! I would embellish oneseis and baby hats for my soon to arrive little boy.

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lmwst36

I would make shopping bags with cute animal cutouts ironed onto them and give them as gifts to all of my relatives.

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Sarah

I think my first project would have to be using the durable outdoor vinyl to create a rooster to adorn my barn-inspired chicken coop. Why would this be my first project? Because it was originally my husband's idea and I like to encourage him.

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Kedra

I would make my daughter an applique with her new initials on a onsie! She just officially became our daughter today…adopted from Ethiopia! Woohoo!!

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SPKarenO

AHH!
Appliques for t-shirts for my daughter and a Happy Birthday Penant I've been dying to make!!

And then onsies for all my friends having babies!!

And then I'd start thinking about Christmas gifts!

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3peas

Well, I really could have used this last night when I was making my first applique for a onesie dress! I had to draw my apple 3 times before it was OK. With my Silhouette I would make appliques for onesie and a million other things for my 3 little boys and kindergarten classroom!
Crytal VH

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erica

I think I would poop my pants if I won this! I would love to try some more intricate designs for stencling and appliques. AWESOME contest!!

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Leigh Anne

I'd make a T-shirt for my self that says "This Mom Rocks" with a guitar on it….just have always wanted one πŸ™‚ Because I do ROCK – on most days, that is!

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birdbabies

okay so honestly, what WOULDN'T I make with this?! I WISH so much that I had this machine when I was making my hot pads. I made the 3 hot pads, each with different scenes of a city turning into country land, 'back to my roots'. I hand cut all of those and, let me just tell ya, it took f.o.r.e.v.e.r! but had I had this handy dandy machine I could have had it cut in no time! (then I could have spent more time on my actual sewing) πŸ™‚ So, I'd probably re-do a few hot pads. and since that would be so quick and easy, I'd move on to my next project that I am trying to tackle. making fabric 'happy birthday' banners for my mom and my best friend who both have birthdays this month.

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Kara

If only you knew how happy this would make me lol. I cannot cut a straight line… for ex. i have been wanting to make a bunting banner things for months..but am afraid of my cutting failures….OH and i bought this super cute fabric on clearance to put on a shirt…yeah..no luck cutting there either. :/

BUT the first thing i would make is lots and lots of one of a kind bday decor for my soon to be 1yr old, 2yr old, and 6 yr old, who were all born in June & July and therefore have been forced to all share one birthday in June. I have to make it extra special somehow!!!

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Kim

So many many things I would make with a silhouette!! First off I would start my baby's scrapbook!

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Nikkee

The first thing I'd do is spruce up all my plain(read BORING) T-Shirts with anything that popped into my head… might have to buy more Tshirts… hmm… I've wanted one of these for a while but my husband says no T.T

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Janel

What to cut out first?! I'd probably create a freezer paper stencil for a Cummins engine emblem then put it on a little baby boy onesie for an upcoming baby shower!

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Amy

Ohh, I want one of these. I have been wanting to make a quilted table runner with appliqued pears on it. This would make it so much easier. I would start with that. Thanks so much!

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Laurie

There's so much I could do with a Silhouett! First I'd make an adorable shirt for my 4 month old baby girl with her name on it.. no, I'd etch our name in our storm door with the established date.. no, no.. I'd make cute little Easter cards for all our family. Or maybe I'll finally finish the photo wall that's just missing something by adding a great quote. I don't know what I'd do first, I just know once I start, I may never stop! I'd love to win!

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Mindy1024

I have been trying to win of these for forever so my to-do list is long! Temporary tattoos, appliques, vinyl wall sayings, glass etching…

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Sweet Toothed

Oh man! I would start with some "Hello" vinyl for our front door. The pendant for our SIL's baby shower, custom market bags, flash cards for our niece and nephew for easter, thank you cards for above shower. on and on and on the project list goes

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sara

I would make SO MANY THINGS! Lots of cute onesies for our baby who is due in 4 weeks would be first on the list!

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cory - falling star lane

new follower here, love your site!
i would just flip to win this – i am a paper and fabric – a – holic – –i know – it kills me.
anyway, i would use this to make the lettering for the pennant banner for my sons wedding – we have cut 458 flags, and sewn about a quarter of the, but a few will have lettering – this would be a life saver!! i have been waiting for a long time, researching this and the cricut, trying to figure out what to get….needless to say, i have been torn, and since the prices are so high, i have been putting it off until i know for sure the best one to get – have been leaning towards this for a bit now.

sorry for the ramble.
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Heather

I would make a skirt for my best friend's birthday with those adorable peonies from the messenger bag on one side. Cross your fingers Heidi!

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Courtney

Appliques… and more Appliques. I just spent forever trying to cut out a "1" just perfectly -yes, i have OCD tendencies… would flip if I won (which would be a site to see, i'm sure)!

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Erin

I would love to make some appliques to put on toddler boy shirts because there just isn't enough cute boy clothes out there.

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Sarah

Oh my gosh!! I would SO love to have one of these!!! I would probably use it to make an applique for the quilt I'm making for my little nephew who's due in May!! That is, if my SIL ever names the poor kid!! We're all afraid his name will be "Little Boy Blue" forever. =P

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Hannah

We're finally moving out of my in-law's place and into our own house. My 9 month old is getting her own room. I could use this to design so many things for her new nursery!!! I love this!

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DocAmy

I would love to own a Silhouette. My husband and I are redecorating our home to make it more "us" and I would love to have a silhouette to help us. Specifically, I'd enjoy the vinyl transfers!

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craftybirdcreations

Gosh! What WOULDN'T I do? I would make banners for when Daddy comes home from working on his cruise ships to welcome him home. And embellish some hankies for when he leaves again.

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Tessa

I would search prudentbaby for silhouette crafts, start at the top and not slow down until I had worked my way through the entire list. So I'd be busy for a while!

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Deborah in Atlanta

A vinyl wall decal. I already know what I want it to say and had researched buying it from a vinyl decal place, but couldn't afford it. Winning this would be a dream come true. You'd probably hear me squealing all the way from Atlanta, GA!!!

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Karen

I'd make some bunting for my kids' birthdays or some cutouts to applique onto shirts for my son who likes intricate designs that are way out of my range of drawing/cutting expertise ;O).

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Catherine

Mind officially blown.

Heart officially full of swoon.

I would start off playing with the fabric interfacing. We need a new library book bag and I'd love to applique some Springy goodies on it {maybe pinwheels and flowers}.

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Marie

I would make tshirt transfers, wall vinyl, and all sorts of stuff for my new baby boy. He will be 6 weeks old tomorrow!

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stephanie joy

i would make a vinyl silohette of a perfectly proportioned lady (who am i kidding? a lady with something upstairs b/c it's what i'm so lacking!!!!) and put it on my full length mirror and then dream about what i could look like!!! ha ha ha!

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Kailynn Cooper

Decorating onesies for my 4 month old is all I dream of doing right now..especially ones that say "Sassy Pants" on it b/c that is what she is sometimes!

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Kerry

I'm honestly not sure where I would start, I want to make everything. Hmmm, if I have to choose, it would be heat transfers to make cute t-shirts and onesies.

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Chelsea

Oh my gosh!! This is so exciting!!! The first thing I would do is cut out a billion appliques for things for my niece. This is one of my favorite things to do and this will make it so much more fun!!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!
clpena34(at)gmail(dot)com

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Heidi

I would be making fabric flowers for hair clips, because after a while you get a blister from cutting out so many flowers!!

bhschmidt at comcast (dot) net

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Lindsay

I would make vinyl wall decals. I've been wanting to puts the lyrics from Bob Dylan's "Forever Young" on the wall in my daughter's room.

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Emily

I had no idea you could use these for fabrics. That's awesome. I'd like to make personalized shirts for my daughter and as baby gifts.

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Betsy&Joy

First I would make a vinyl decal for our '66 Shasta camp trailer "Happy Trails," then lots of fabric stuff! How awesome is this machine!

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Jenny

I would first make a pendant banner for my almost one year old's birthday party. And then lots of finger mustache tattoos (using their tattoo transfer paper) 'cause that's just funny for a party. But seriously, I can think of a bazillion things I would/could do with one. Please please please!!!

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Mama Bear

I never thought that I would be this kind of 30-something. I am a professional woman, dammit! Not a middle-aged crafting whore.

And yet, here I am.

I think I would create some cute designs suitable for framing.

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Pam

The first thing I would use it for would be vinyl wall decals and then I would like to make fabric iron on appliques for clothing. I would love to have one of these!

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Melissa

Oooh, I can't quite put all of my ideas in order. I would probably make some appliques! I'm terrible at cutting anything with a curve…or a straight line…or at all! This would be miraculous!

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elizabeth jane

I would make some really fun art for my apartment. I can think of some great ways to brighten up the walls with some vinyl decals and canvases!

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Jessica

I LOVE LOVE LOVE that you can etch glass. I would etch the bottom of my pyrex dishes with my last name and make a pretty design around the outside. Would look awesome and make it easier for my dishes to be returned to me. πŸ™‚
I would then make the same thing for every person I know getting married. Talk about a cool bridal shower gift. πŸ™‚

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MMay

Not sure where to start because the possibilities are endless! Probably applique t-shirts for my daughter and LABEL LABEL LABEL! Pick me please! πŸ™‚

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Courtney

I would make stencils or transfers to decorate aprons for my 5 years upcoming cooking birthday party.

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Lesley

I would like to make flower cutouts so that I can applique them onto a shirt for my daughter!

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Shannon

A T-shirt that says, "A Hot Mess Mama made this", I would like to make a vinyl wall decal that says something precious to place above my children's art wall (that or "Place Art Here", you know really clever). And of course EVERYTHING you Prudent ladies made form the last giveaway! You girls ROCK! Thank you for the opportunity.

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Liz

I'd make some decorations for my sister's May wedding and some onesies for my cousin's baby due in July!

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EG

Did you see the picture of all the adults with temporary tattoos? HILARIOUS.

But I'd probably start with a tee-shirt designating my son as the birthday boy. He's "almost 4." Which is "a big kid."

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Margaret

I would make some iron on transfers so my family would have matching t shirts when we go on vacation. mjparkay(at)gmail(dot)com

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Sarah H

Oooh!! I would make some fabric animal silhouettes for an empty canvas I have…just waiting to hang in baby's room! SO much easier than cutting by hand!

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michelle

I am dyyyyying for one of these! I would try making frosted glass canisters! And vinyl on t-shirts! And probably a million other things.

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elliesmommy

Just started following your FB page via Babble & so excited about this giveaway, had a baby girl 3 months ago & excited about all the possibilities I could start creating to accessorize & adorn her adorable outfits with! : )
elianasmom@msn.com

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Jamie

A personalized t-shirt for my spunky 2-year-old (who is starting to get a little TOO particular about what she wants to wear everyday).

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chiara

I would do animals and applique them onto the beat-up children's table my kids do projects on, after a fresh coat of bright yellow paint. it would be oh so very cute!

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SofiaNoelle

I would make labels for all the jars of things on my craft desk, and quite possibly labels to better organize my make-up. I feel the cutting tool would make me very orderly!

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katydidinc

okay, so a few years ago, my niece, ruby, who is totally awesome, was 9 years old and she decided she totally hated the shorts from VS that said things like, sweetie, or cutie or whatever. she then proceeded to make a pair of shorts with sticky foam letters that said "saggy" on them. i would use my new Silhouette to cut out "saggy" to applique on a pair of shorts for her. nobody is ever gonna say i'm not an awesome aunt!

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Tricia

Applique is one of my favorite things to do and with the machine doing the cutting, I would save so much time! So that's what I'd make first…lots of applique!

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Amber

Transfers, transfers, and more transfers to hide the stains my daughter always gets on her clothes the first time she wears them

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rwheelerii

I would make my kids each a tote with a picture of their choice and their name. Then move onto to doing some heat transfers. The list goes on and on.

rwheelerii (at) hotmail (dot) com

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EmGabs

The first things I would make with the Silhouette would be some monogram onesies for my son (5 months) and my 2 best friend's baby boys (3 months and almost born) for when they get pictures taken together!

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Jmom

I would make Thing 1 and Thing 2 cupcake labels out of cardstock for my DD's birthday.
reggity at sbcglobal dot net

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Samantha

I would love to try the new fabric cutting on some clothes for my little guys! I have two BOYS, so I have to do SOMETHING cute!!!

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Sewphia

AWESOME i'm so glad there's such a things as a automatic fabric super cutter machine! I'd love to make amazing fab cutouts to embellish my baby dresses with! And i'm diggin the walrus bib idea…

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Kristen

My baby is turning 1 soon, so I would make a great birthday shirt with fabric. Then, I'd make a great paper banner for her party. Then, I'd make some great invites to send to friends.

kuffens (at) yahoo (.) com

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mdstathoulis

I would be happy to use it for anything and everything. I am a beginner and KNOW this machine would be the perfect answer for my creative block! πŸ™‚
Thanks!
Michelle

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Denise

I would make my girls matching pillows with their names on it. Kaitlyn's would be in the iCarly text because, well, she's 6 and that's how she rolls. Samantha's would be in a pretty pink white and green scheme to match her nursery. They would be perfect for our trips to Vegas and Texas this summer! I bet it'll make the long drives a little easier πŸ™‚

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Danielle

I'd make some cut fabric hair bows for myself & my daughter. But I draw the line at wearing matching dresses… I'm not that good a mom.

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Pixel Berry Pie Designs

I think the first thing I’d want to do with a Silhouette is cut out some new stencils. We’re always needing those around here…
{If needed, my email address is in my profile.}

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Sasha Wheatley

I would make matching shirts for my two girls 6 months and 5 years old. The older one always wants to be matching but it's hard to find matching clothes in such range of sizes. That would be so fun! And after that i would love to make some wall art for our bedroom.

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Hollandra

First, I would make a crap load of stuff for my daughter- I want to decoupage her art table-so that would be handy- make her some t-shirts to match her new pj pants I just made her, frame cut outs for her room…can you tell she's an only child? She gets everything! Then I'd move onto my husband- can I make Star Wars stuff on this thing? Cool pillows for my sofa and bed for me! Love it!

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Kellirdan

Oh I have been eying this up since I first saw it on your blog. I'd use this to complete the baby blankets and towels I have lined up waiting for cute animal appliques…

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Jill

I would make my wedding save -the-dates to save money, personalize the wedding, be creative and make people feel special.

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Eliza

Love it! I'd make some fun animal appliques for baby clothing…our baby will be arriving in a few short weeks!

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Alisa

My 15 month old son loves to throw himself at objects (usually soft but sometimes not!)… I would make a giant floor pillow with cars and trucks and trains and planes to match his room (which I FINALLY decorated for the poor kid a few weeks ago!)

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ruthie

That is A.W.E.S.O.M.E! And by that I mean Anxiously Waiting Every Silhouette Operation Making Extravaganza. Im gonna lose a lot of sleep with this machine…then again, its not like I get much with a toddler running around the house! And yes, I might frequently wear sweatpants and no makeup, but at least I can make oh so pretty cards, bedazzle some clothes and maybe even give my daughter (I mean myself) a pretty tatoo to show off…without the needles πŸ™‚

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asklisam

Lurve this site and Lurve the Silhouette. I would make some wall art with fabric, also in desperate need of a pantry makeover. I would make some vinyl labels to mark my containers and keep the shelves organized.

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Lee Ann

The etched glass cream would be first up!! I would put "This is not yours!" on the bottom of my casserole dish to take to church functions! LOL I think it would be hilarious to see their faces.

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Deborah in Atlanta

I could personalize so many different items (t-shirts, tiaras, tea sets) for my granddaughter. She'd be in hog heaven. Dang – read back through the list of things I could personalize, and it looks like I was totally stuck on items that started with the letter "T". dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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Christina

My Daughter would LOVE to have this machine & goodies. She loves making personalized cards for friends and family as well as designing invitations. She recently took on re-purposing clothes so I caved and gave her my high end sewing machine to use so she could get more done. I’d like my sewing machine back and this would be the perfect “trade” LOL

~C

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erica

I would love to make some vinyl wall decals. I'm re-doing both my daughter's bedroom and my bedroom and this would come in handy for sure!

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Amanda

I would first make some applique t-shirts. When I get tired of that, I will start using it to make framed art to decorate our house… oh, and label my kitchen canisters! The ideas are endless!!

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Laurelann

I can't afford a Silhouette right now, so entering tons of these giveaways is the only hope I have! I want to make etched glass, vinyl letters and stickers, appliqued t-shirt and baby things, and paper projects!

laurelah90@gmail.com

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Jessica

The second thing on my list to make would be some ADORABLE shirts for my niece. I've seen a blog take Disney designs and make them into shirts using the heat transfer. They are so cute and unique. I might even make one for myself. πŸ™‚

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Deirdre B

Since I'm going to be an aunt for the first time, I think I would start with fantastic decorations for the baby shower. After that the possibilities are endless.

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Annaliese

My best friend is moving to Las Vegas for the Teach for america. I'd make her a bulliten board goody basket with great cutouts from the Silhouette images, to get her new classroom started!

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Tamera

I'd use that magical and majestic machine to make decals to plaster all over my bathroom walls like "brush you teeth", "Comb your hair", and "For the love of God, use a TISSUE!"

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Karen Norris

I am on a sewing kick upcycling clothes for my 2 daughters… oh my the possibilities are endless.I would mmake some seriously whimsical (my business "Serious Whimsy") decals to put on the clothes. And I would make some… oh my I could go on and on.

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Amelia

I'm a Prudent Baby Facebook fan {stalker} and my favorite candy is Jolly Rancher Jelly Beans. You can only get them at Easter, but OMG! Heaven in my mouth…seriously.

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Julie Murphy

My daughter has about eight bins full of toys sitting on some shelves in the living room, but she can't read yet so she has to pull them down and rummage through them to find the toy she's looking for. I'd love to make some picture labels so that she knows which bin has the blocks, which one has the dolls, etc.

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panda

I would make my own vinyl wall decals for myself and friends. I found cute ones for my baby's nursery room, but it would have been so much cooler if I had been able to make them! We're redoing the hallway in my house and I'm debating on wall decals or making stencils of birch trees or bamboo, but how cool would it be if I could make my own wall decals! Not to mention the endless T-Shirts, Tote Bags, and Stuffed Animals I could customize with precision-cut fabrics and transfers…

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The Smothermans

The Silhouette would be great for making inexpensive, homemade gifts at the holidays. My husband is a man in love with the moustache, so I could make him a moustache drinking glass with the etching feature!

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Sunni @Love Affair with my Brother

The second thing I would make would be some vinyl decals for my kitchen cabinets. I'm always wanted to have painted cabinets with cute details, but I can't commit. So I would put some fruit, or swirls or fleur de lis on my cabinet doors!

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Mariel

Make one of each! I think the first project would definitely have to be something really really girlie… I'll have all week to dream about it.

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Who are we???

I would make frosted labels, chalkboard labels, I'd cut out fabric for headbands, clothes…. Whew, I think I got dizzy… I've NEVER won a sweepstakes or ANY prize in my life, so here's hoping for some good luck!

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Holly

Ok since yesterday, I have thought of about 500 things I could do with this! House decorating, clothes and hair accessories for my one and only little girl, lots of sewing, birthday decorations…. OMG I am in love.

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Sarah Jane

The next project I would attempt with my Silhouette would be to make some beautiful vinyl frosted glass cut-outs for my back patio french doors…to keep our nosey lawn boy from creeping on me all the time…finally! Thanks again!

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Mae

I love the Silhouette SD! I am on a mission to create my lil' boy's bday party from his deep love of Ernie from Sesame Street! There is virtually nothing out there, commercially, of Ernie and his favorite bath time toy, rubber ducky. So please, Prudent Baby…"You're the one… You make creating lots of fun!" Please choose me so I can create my 2 yo funtastatic birthday celebration- Ernie and his rubber ducky t-shirt. Ernie birthday banners… A picture back drop for guests to enjoy! So amazing! So excited!!

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pinknightstalkr

Where to start? I'd embellish the dresses I make for my daughters and nieces, labels for everything (because I'm super OCD and have to label everything), I loved the shirt with the fleur de lis, my 11 yr old loves them, so i'd probably do her whole wardrobe and bedroom with them (we are in Who Dat! country). I love the idea of the vinyl decals. I've done some homemade vinyl with stencils and templates ironed onto clothes, but this would open endless possibilities. I'm also thinking of little summer dresses with cutouts along the hem for my 2yr old daughter and 18mo niece. I could do so much with this machine, but i'd probably stop cleaning my house. So please give it to me even though my husband will be ignored and my house will be dirty. Slhuffman37@yahoo.com

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Janel

This machine would actually help me clean my house. It's really that grand! To do so, I would use it to help scrapbook all the papers and memories I've been keeping in plastic totes, and thus empty some of them and have tidier closets.

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Courtney

i have 8 month old twin girls and i'm making things for them ALL the time (clothes, hair accessories, shoes, etc)!!! i'm getting so tired of cutting everything by hand X 2. the first thing i would make would be flower embellished shirts. i've been putting it off because its so much work without a silhouette! i need, i need!!!

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Sew on and Sew on

I don't know what I would make — the options are endless. But maybe something boy-ish, so I can start working on making our nursery co-ed, instead of the ruffly, flower butterfly girly theme that's going on now.

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Saraa

The second project that I would do with this little gem of a machine would be vinyl wall art… so amazing!

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Jamie

Since we are soon moving to Texas, I'd have to make a lot of Texas themed shirts for my kids: cowboy hats, horses, cowboy boots, armidillos….

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Btrflywmn

I have checked out all the great designs there are, so so many ideas. I would like to make some cute bird cards and some goodie bags for my kids to share with their friends.

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Jackie

I would make the cupcake holders. Thanks for the chance to win one of these… I LOVE all the possibilities.

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~ Kelly

There are so so many things I'd love to do with a Silhouette! I don't know what project would be first, but wall decals for our freshly painted bathroom, T-shirts and purses, cupcake wrappers, gifts for all my pregnant friends, etc. etc.!

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Whitney

I have a small, yappy dog that loves rockin' cute clothes. I also have a small, babbly baby that loves rockin' cute clothes. But never have they rocked matching outfits. Yes, I am serious. I am thinking leopard print and rhinestones. Then it will be time for a walk around the neighborhood, saying to onlookers "that's right, don't hate, we look GOOD."

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birdbabies

I make my own onesies for my babies. I cut the fabric out, sew a onsie together and then add an applique out, which usually takes alot of time. BUT with this amazing/brilliant invention, I could get more onesies made in an efficient amount of time. There are about 6 girls in my neighborhood that are currently prego and I'm going to make them onesies also. I could use the extra help of this machine πŸ™‚

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birdbabies

my favorite candy is Milky way midnight! so delish. but i wouldn't really turn down ANY candy that happen to pass my way πŸ™‚
Also, i shared on fb

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CrustyFace

I am trying to start my own small crafting business (along with being a SAHM to a very active one year old!) so the first thing I would make is a banner for when I go to craft shows. Actually, I know I'd get so excited when I got it, I'd end up making a lion onesie for my little "roarer" first! Little things are just so cute-you can't resist. But next thing would be the banner. Scouts honor πŸ˜‰

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Crystal

This frosted glass vinyl sounds like lots of fun! Or I could redo the labels on my stove (got tired of turning on the wrong burner and taped up "Front" and "back" over the stupid pictures.)

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Amy

Another thing that would be at the top of my list to make is a vinyl window sticker for my Parents 50th wedding anniversary. Thanks.

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lori mulhern

Oh my, what wouldn't I make? I think I'd start with a ridiculous amount of appliqued onesies, bibs and blankets for all the babies my family and friends are having this year. That should keep me busy for a while. I am so excited that there is something to cut FABRIC!

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Holli

I would make cute labels for everything in our new place- so my husband would finally know where everything is!

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deede

I'd have to make iron-on transfers for my two sweet boys (grandsons) who are five and two!

dmonroe at astate dot edu

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nursenicki

I could make the CUTEST appliqued dunce hat ever! That's what I'll need since I'm now daydreaming about crafty time with a my daughter & a Silhouette instead of doing my grad school homework πŸ™‚ Thanks PB!

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sp

I have a new grandchild, my first, arriving in June! I would definitely be making gifts for the baby, as well as a nursery pennant! How fun! Hope I win πŸ™‚
Sandra

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Jeanne

I would totally make my niece a specialized tablecloth for her tea party set. that girl loves her tea parties!! She is such a little princess Hmm. maybe I could make her special glasses while I was at it! So cool.

jeanne dot schriel at gmail dot com

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Tarissa

Cutting out fabric is one of the main things I want to use a Silhouette for. Would love to win! (my email address is in my Blogger profile)

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Patty

Fabric appliques and vinyl lettering would be at the top of my list if I were so lucky to win the Silhouette giveaway!

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Tamara

I was just thinking I want a Silhouette! but my husband would be pissed if i bought one right now… so perfect timing with the contest Prudent Mamas! I would make little shirts for all the kids to wear at my son's birthday party. I could do girl and boy fish, starfish, crabs, octopus, etc.!!!!

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Vivian

I want this machine!!

I'm a FB fan, shared it and I just finished eating a ton of Jellybeans, except I took out the black licorice flavored ones. Anyone interested in a baggie of black jellybeans?

vivian-crafts@live.com

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Blue

Vinyl wall decals – check! T-shirt transfers – check! Fun stuff for my boys' classrooms, which I'm sure their hardworking teachers/schools would love.

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Kerry

I really want to make some vinyl wall decals to decorate our new baby's room and of course big sister's too!

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MMay

The first thing I would make is a CUTE applique birthday shirt for my daughter's 5th birthday. PLEASE pick me! πŸ™‚

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Jamie

Oh, I so want one of these! I would love to be able to cut out names and labels for birthday parties– would be such a great way to give them a professional look. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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Lindsey

What wouldn't i do with this machine! I love the t shirt transfer and the idea of cutting fabric. This would be great!

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Katie

I think I would a shirt for my husband that says "mom said no." He's a push-over and it might help my cause. πŸ™‚

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Danielle

I'm making a couple of pennants for my daughter's first birthday party. My hands are killing me from cutting out tiny "1"s!! Silhouette, you're my only hope of salvation!

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Jill

I'd also use the Silhouette to create templates for some new paintings that have been marinating in my head!

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Alex, Brad, Carly & Devin

The 1st thing I would do with this is put my kiddos names on their doors! I haven been wanting to forever but haven't found exactly what I am looking for. This way I can make what I want!

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Shirley

OMG!!!! I would love to use the new fabric interfacing to add pretty appliques for my girls' shirts!! They are 5 and 2 so I'm thinking applique nipple rings?? LOL just kidding, I'll stick to the usual flowers and such!

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marlene

I had always wished I could find a digital cutter that could cut fabric. When I read that the Silhouette can now cut fabric … WOW! I was over the moon! There are so many fun things on their site. I think the first thing I'd do with it is make some vinyl art for my craft room. And then I'd quickly move on to some fabric flowers or some sort to put on my kitchen table!

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cjameliamom

These are everywhere in blog-land, and I'm so jealous! They look like they'd make ANY project so much easier! I love to decorate t-shirts with freezer paper stencils but often avoid some project ideas because the cutting out process would be so tedious. With the silhouette…. no problems!

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Megan and Chaz

I'm living in an apartment, and vinyl decor would really brighten up the place! White walls are so bland…

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suzy

Cute t- shirts with flower embellishments and some lovely matching family shirts for vacation that will embarrass everyone!

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Courtney

Hmmmm, thinking some cute baby onesies for one of the new babies in our group. I'd LOVE to win this LOVE LOVE LOVE!
courtney @ gcsdesign dot ca

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KatieF

I think the bigger question is what wouldn't I make. Heck, I might even learn to sew because this thing is so cool. In fact, I see really cute clothes in my kids future.

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Jessica

My kids' closets would be packed full of personalized shirts, pants, pj's, socks, undies, and dresses. I would make sure they never forgot their name!! I just learned to use my sewing machine and have LOVED the quilts/shirts/projects that uses fabric letters on them.

So the first project would be a race to see if I get more projects done or a bigger mess. (I vote mess. Hubby *LOVES* it.)

I am in love with this machine.

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Bri Mason

I think for sure the first thing I would do is make a vinyl wall piece for my house. I think it would be something about NYC to go on my wall where we have our big NYC canvas. πŸ™‚

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ash and ry

I would have my 6 yr old daughter help me make fun decorations for her own bedroom she is getting! She is currently sharing and I know this would make her feel super cool!

ashd_smith(at)yahoo(dot)com

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Amy

I'd like to make a vintage looking quilt that has applique of excerpts of my wedding vows on one half and my husbands vows on the other half. This way when we get in arguments we have to take a "timeout" and cool off while sitting next to each other underneath the quilt πŸ™‚

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bononers

just saw on FB that the contest was now open to canadians as well, so i rushed over here to enter the contest and thought "great! all i have to do is think of the first thing i'd make"…. oh boy- so hard to decide! probably some tattoos for my kids!

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Chelsea

This thing would be awesome!!! I am so excited!!! I would do iron-on transfers for shirts, purses, etc.!!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!!!
clpena34(at)gmail(dot)com

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Kerri

ummmmm – tattoos for my daughter – labels and monograms for EVERYTHING (I'm Southern, it is a law!) Would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! Thanks!

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Marci

I want to make cute little fabric dinosaur shirts for my daughter in pink. Yes girls can like dinosaurs too!

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adwsellers

WHAT WOULD I NOT MAKE! I'm going to make rad pillow cases for my daughters room i'm redoing. BIG GIRL BED COMING THIS SUMMER. EEK!

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jan

I would make a sign for my van thats says 'I have a Silhouette' πŸ˜‰ Then I would start decorating EVERYTHING!

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August

I would make some subway art that I have seen on so many blogs, it is so cool!
august at fitmomsandfitkids dot com

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Heidi

What wouldn't I do?! I would make stencils and use fabric paint on my daughter's clothes and use it to cut fabric!!! πŸ™‚

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Amy

Next I would use a modern floral design to decorate some pillows. I have a vision for my living room but haven't been able to find it in stores. Guess I'll have to make it!

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Traci

I am planning a baby shower for a friend and I would make the pinwheel cup cake toppers you made and all the decorations for the party.

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erin.havens

The first thing I'd make?…A BIG MESS…definately. πŸ™‚ I'd probably go a bit crazy labeling and embellishing everything in my house. Then, after the "Silhouette Storm" passes, I'd focus on some wall art and gifts for friends and family. (You can never start too early on Christmas gifts!!)

erin(dot)havens(at)yahoo(dot)com

Thanks for the superfab giveaways!!

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Jess

Wow…this thing is like a wonder machine!! If only it could make dinner too and I think my husband would buy it for me. Instead I must try and win it…which I know will never happen, but I can't help but try anyway. I would have so much fun customizing my "apparel"…and my kids! Maybe my husband's too so he doesn't get jealous. And the temporary tattoos would be so much fun, especially for my kid's birthday parties.

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ruthie

I know I'll want to make anything and everything with this machine…but maybe for starters Id make some funny T-shirt Transfers for my husband and brother-in-law. And maybe my mother-in-law too! (haha)

If were all together it might read "Im the married one, she CAN tell the difference"

Theyre together: "Yes, were twins and yes were brothers. I bet you still wanna ask who's older (c'mon now, only one can come out at a time)."

Bro-in-law: "Dont hit me! Im not cheating on my pregnant wife! I have a twin.

MIL: "Twins! I had no idea I had 8# identical twins in my belly, no one told me. What to name them, what to name them…I guess Ill give them the same name!"

…and that is the story of my life! Seriously πŸ™

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when i have time

Applause to all those hot mess mommy looks,but most days i look more like the "mess" than the "hot"mama. I would applique a shirt that says"I meant to look like this,"or yep that's a poo stain.You know at least then I'd be taking ownership of the frump.

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Rachel

My 5 month old only spits up on my husband. I am a stay at home mom so I have her all day, then my husband walks through the door picks her up and BAM! We joke about it frequently. If I won I'd make him a t-shirt with a target and under it it would say Amelia's Puke Target. It would make a great gag Father's day gift (he might even wear it) but I'm not sure I could wait that long to see him laugh!

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Judy

I think I would go vinyl wall decal CRAZY!!!! We are just starting to do a big revamp on our house (just the small, paint, flooring etc…) Oh the things I could think!!!!!

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Krystine

I would love to make something for the baby on the way. Decorate his room, for the baby shower, decorate his clothes! I could go on and on

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Annaliese

My husband and I are in a all white walled apartment – I'd use the vinyl to put some color in our new home! (and organize the bujezus out of my pantry)

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kelly

Appliquιs would be made with my silhouette as well! Entering to win again tomorrow. I can see the light. . . Please!!? πŸ™‚

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Diana

I would like to play around with their glass etching! Maybe put our last name (or just initials) on one of our casserole dishes.

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Denise

I have this big pink and brown tote bag that goes everywhere I do. In it is my netbook, whatever I am reading, a few business files and my project notebook. But the tote itself is a little on the plain side. I would make a pretty fabric monogram with the new fabric interfacing and may put some flowers on it too.
Denise at sparechangechic.com

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Tenetia

Just shared this giveaway on my facebook page!

First project with the SILOUETTE;

I would make some rhinestone templates and then adhere them to a bra that I would wear around the house on those "feelin blah" days…for a little pick me up, ya know? perhaps I'd use the rhinestone templates to fancy up a little pair of matching undies and maybe a pair of stilettos, and pretend that I am a victoria's secret model. It would be a nice change from the yoga pants and t-shirt I usually sport, lol.

Don't worry, I'll make sure the kiddies are sleeping before I whip out the "bling", lol.

Thanks for the opportunity! Now, go bling your own undies and walk down your own catwalk (hallway).

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Tenetia

Ok, I apologize for leaving two entries in a row, but i just found out this is open to Canadian residents, so I am trying to catch up. Thanks again for this super generouse giveaway opportunity!

Favorite Candy; York Peppermint Patties. Annnnd I have been known to eat an ENTIRE bag of the mini patties in one sitting. DON'T JUDGE.

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Britni

I would use this for everything! Etching glass is high on my list, but right now I'm thinking cute little packages for Easter candies! Colorful little packages of nerds! YES

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felicia

I have a new nephew coming so I would go crazy with the appliqued onesies, decorations for his nursery, a big sis shirt for my niece……

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Tabitha

I would make some adorable matching outfits for my two girls and a coordinating outfit for their baby brother. Then I would do a mini photo shoot of them in their new threads! I am an "amateur professional" photographer! LOL!

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Holly

I want to make my daughter some summer dresses for this summer, and this would be awesome to add flowers and butterflies to the fronts of them πŸ™‚

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panda

Shared on FB : ) And my favorite candy are those super cheap Black- and Orange-Wrapped Peanut Butter "Kisses" available at Halloween. So tasty!

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Tracee

The first things I would make are some fun decorations for my foster daughter's room! I think some super cute curtains and some type of decor to go on the blue walls… make it more fun and girly!

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Mands

Oh my favorite candy is Dark Chocolate Raisinettes! The best way to eat them is with popcorn..oh so good.

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Jodi Standish

I would organize my pantry and my kid's toys!! Then, on to a sewing project or two for new mommies!! Great machine!! Can't wait to get creative…love the website ideas!:)

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Danna

Seriously? What wouldn't I make with this thing? I'd be Silhouette cutting fool! I use for my sewing projects, party decorations, and in my diaper cakes!

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Pink Salt

In addition to the sweet things I'd make for my own little babe…. I would make at least one thing a month to donate to a charity or classroom.

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