Win a Silhouette Digital Cutting Tool Worth $300!!

Win a Silhouette Digital Cutting Tool Worth $300!!


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This contest is now closed. The winner is: Sarah Elizabeth Borgnis!  Remember, if you didn’t win, you can still take advantage of the great deal Silhouette is offering to Cupcake Project readers.  See the details at the bottom of this post.

In grade school, I was a straight E student (our school used “E” for Excellent instead of the standard “A”). My only S (for “Satisfactory”) was in spelling (hooray for the invention of spellcheck!). However, if they gave out a grade in cutting, I would have gotten my only F.  As a lefty, I could never get the school’s scissors to cut – even the ones with colored rubber on the handles designating them for southpaws.

Recently, I’ve come across a few tutorials on how to make your own cupcake wrappers like the ones that I purchased from Sugar Cat Studio for Wedding 3.0.  They involved buying craft paper, printing a wrapper template on it, and then cutting it out.  I didn’t even bother trying.  I assumed that my wrapper would end up looking like a newspaper shredded by a cat’s claws.  I decided to leave cupcake wrapper making to the E+ cutters.

Things changed when I got an email from Shelly at How Does She asking if I would be interested in reviewing a Silhouette digital cutter.  Yes, please!  A digital cutter, for the uninformed (like I was), works like a printer – only instead of printing, it makes perfect cuts!  I cut the wrapper above using the Silhouette, and look what else I made:

Even though I am a complete non-crafter, I’m already thinking of other ways that I could use my machine: fancy cards, t-shirt designs (with vinyl transfer paper), scrapbooking, gift bags, and so much more.

You want one, don’t you?  Thought so! :)

Luckily, Silhouette gave me an extra one to give away!  Here are the details:

The giveaway includes:

A Silhouette Machine
(a $299.99 value)

And it also includes…

  • Software for Windows XP/Vista (Mac software will be available very soon)
  • Power cable, USB cable
  • 2 Cutting mats (one for thick media, one for thin media)
  • One cutting blade
  • $10 gift card to the Silhouette Online Store

To Win:

  • Visit the Silhouette website and the Silhouette blog.  Take a look around and be amazed at what this little machine can do.
  • Leave a comment on this post (one per person) telling me what you would make (I realize that not everyone would make cupcake wrappers).
  • For a second entry, become a Facebook fan and leave a comment on this post on Facebook.
  • For a third entry, follow cupcakeproject on Twitter and tweet the following “@cupcakeproject is giving away a $300 Silhouette digital paper cutter http://bit.ly/9lWzZO if I win, I’ll make ______.””
The Fine Print:
  • The contest ends Saturday, Aug. 7 at 11:59 PM CDT.
  • The winner must reside in the United States.
  • The winner will be chosen randomly using random.org.
  • I will update this post with the winner and also contact the winner via email on Sunday, Aug. 8.  If I do not hear back from the winner within a week, I will draw a new winner.

Just in Case You Don’t Win…

Silhouette is also offering a great discount to Cupcake Project readers who want to buy a digital cutter.  If you enter the code “cupcakeproject” at checkout, you will get the following deal:

1) AWESOME PROMO (running from now through August 9th at midnight)

Buy a machine and receive the following:

– $50 off the Silhouette Craft Cutter
– 2 rolls of vinyl (Valued at $15.98)
– 1 roll of transfer tape (Valued at $7.99)
– Scraper (Valued at $6.99)
– Home Décor CD (Valued at $50)
– $10 Gift Card to the Silhouette Download Store
– Cutting Blade
– 2 Cutting Mats
All for $249.99
A Savings of $130.96
 
2) GOOD PROMO (running from August 9th through August 14th at midnight)

Buy a machine and receive the following:

– $50 off (receive for $249.99)
– 2 rolls of Heat transfer ($29.89 value)
– $10 Gift Card to the Silhouette Download Store
– Cutting Blade
– 2 Cutting Mats
All for $249.99
A savings of $79.98
 

Coming Up This Week

Later this week, I’ll show you in more detail how to make cupcake wrappers, and I’ll share a cupcake recipe that I dressed up with special wrappers and toppers made with the Silhouette.

Good luck, everyone!
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1,056 comments on “Win a Silhouette Digital Cutting Tool Worth $300!!”

  1. Lauren G. says:

    I would TOTALLY make cupcake wrappers…a different one for every cupcake I do!

  2. Stephanie says:

    That is awesome!! I would totally make cupcake wrappers – I’ve always been tempted to buy them but I’m too cheap. I love the ones you made!

  3. AlyciAmore says:

    I would actually use this to make cut outs to place over a rice paper or vellum lamp shade. I think it would be a great way to revamp a boring old lamp. =)

    http://alyciamore.blogspot.com/

  4. Anonymous says:

    Awesome giveaway Stef! I am not a baker… but I would use it in scrapbooking and sewing. WOW!

    Kelly S

  5. Beth says:

    I would make some shirts for my son (often neglected in my craftiness!) and I would probably use it for some decorative wood signs.
    Oh – and I would make cute cupcake wrappers too!!!

  6. Kristen says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers as I love to bake!

    hellokitten26(at)yahoo(dot)com

  7. Oh, wow. I never thought I wanted one of these… and then you asked what I’d make.

    I might make a few batches of cupcake wrappers, sure. I’d certainly make some larger craft-paper doilies for full-sized cakes and other goodies. But that’s just the beginning.

    I’d make lots of cards: notecards, birthday and wedding cards, invitations. I’d make custom cards for my handmade jewelry. I’d make fancy labels for my handmade gifts and foodstuffs.

    I might even take a whack at making a handmade lampshade.

    This is an inspiring piece of equipment.

  8. Timeeka says:

    That looks amazing. I would use it in my scrapbooking projects.

  9. Monica C says:

    Besides using it to make cupcake liners(which would be so fun) I would use it to decorate things my kids may need for school projects to make them extra special!

  10. Katie says:

    I think it’d be easier to say what I wouldn’t use it for. These Silhouettes look amazing and there’s so so much you can use it for. By and large, though, I’d probably use it for vinyl transfers the most.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. RC says:

    Well, of course, cupcake wrappers! But I would also use it for scrapbooking!

  12. Lexi says:

    I would TOTALLY make cupcake wrappers…but I would also make really fun cards for all my friends!

  13. Katrina says:

    uh, this might just get me to try making cupcake wrappers!!!! I am a scrapbooker and I would LOVE LOVE love to win!!!!!!

  14. I would use it for making labels for homemade james and jellies!

  15. Katie says:

    This would be the best thing ever. Cupcake wrappers all the way!

  16. Kathryn says:

    I am an artist and amateur book maker. So, I would use the cutter for my artwork and book-making. xD
    I do a surprising amount of precise paper cutting (a la x-acto blade), and it’s painstaking work. :P

  17. Becky says:

    I’d make the most kick-ass paper airplanes ever.

  18. Hannah says:

    The better question would be what WOULDN’T I MAKE? I work for a cupcake catering company, so this is obviously BEYOND awesome for wrappers. But I’d LOVE to use it for scrapbooking, as well as helping my sister make AWESOME wedding invitations. OH and it would make some TOTALLY cute cards to send to friends too!

  19. I’d scrapbook, make T Shirts, do vinyl wall art!!! The sky is the limit :)

  20. I would use this for my labels and bundt displays. I also design and usually cut out my own invitations. This would be so helpful!

  21. Kate says:

    I’d make greeting cards with that machine. It’s so awesome!

  22. April says:

    I would use it to make awesome covers for handmade cookbooks to give to friends & family : )

  23. Anonymous says:

    I would make my kids’ party invitations and thank you notes.

    amanda.townsend2 at gmail dot com

  24. I would used it to make the edging for my stationary or gift tags. I love it….

  25. margie c says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers! and anything that I can for my cards and layouts :)
    Thanks for the chance!
    hugs, margie

  26. Emily B says:

    Would love to try some scrapbook page titles with this!

  27. I would make everything for my lil one’s parties! Between all of my many hobbies of papercrafts, it would essentially be the entire party! I Love making invites, and paper decoration banners and of course the super creative cupcake wrappers, because yes, I always serve cupcakes at their parties!

  28. Kate says:

    My sister just got engaged! I’m the crafty one in the family (also the poor college student) and she asked me to help make the invitations. AHHHH! So worried! If I had this machine, I could totally make perfect invitations for her. She totally deserves an amazing wedding. Maybe I could convince her have a cupcake tree for her wedding and use this again! There are so many things this can do for the wedding!

    Discobarbie15@aol.com

  29. Ari says:

    Oh my goodness, that thing is amazing. I’ve always seen them advertised at JoAnn’s, and I get jealous every time…

    Aside from cupcake wrappers, I would also make stencils for painting my own t-shirts. One of the fashion groups I’m part of just posted a tutorial, and I thought how difficult it would be to cut out all the detailed parts–this would solve all my problems!

  30. Rachel says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers first thing, but I bet this would make awesome designs to frame photos with, or maybe even incorporate into the photos themselves.

  31. Yolanda says:

    I would use it to make many things including cupcake wrappers, wall decals, and pain stencils. Thank you for the opportunity!

  32. cupcake wrappers for sure…but the glass etching feature seems very intriguing.

  33. Sandris says:

    I love the cool designs to make cards. I am also a non crafty person, but I would try and make that bouquet card. So cool!!

  34. Anna says:

    I would totally start with the cupcake wrappers and then tackle my growing collection of scrapbooking paper and maybe actually scrapbook…maybe

  35. Nappington says:

    Cupcake wrappers FOR SURE. Also doilies to served baked goods on, gorgeous cards and stationary, decor for my walls, one-of-a-kind business cards and stencils to paint…well, pretty much everything I own.

  36. Rachel says:

    Holy %&^*$ what wouldn’t I use it for?

    But in all seriousness, love what they are doing with that fabric transfer stuff over on their blog. And cupcake wrappers. And paper and stationary and greeting cards and whatever I could possibly do.

  37. I’d love to make not only cupcake wrappers but awesome food and gift tags and gift boxes with this. I’m really excited about this product. Makes me wish my birthday were coming up haha.

  38. alwaysarac says:

    I have two girls who love to do crafts, so the possibilities would be endless. Art projects for their rooms and cards for all the holidays….

    and of course, cupcake wrappers.

    alwaysarac(at)gmail(dot)com

  39. Kate says:

    I would use it to make layered holiday cards and super fun invitations/stationery à la Luscious Verde… and most likely some fun cupcake wrappers, among other things.

  40. Pam says:

    Gift Bags! Thank you for offering such a sweet giveaway!

    Molu1298@gmail.com

  41. Lexi says:

    I would definitely make cake garnishes. I know they wouldn’t be edible, but they’d be awesome little toppers!

  42. nemee says:

    Those are so beautiful! I really appreciate when chefs and bakers take the time to create stunning, as well as delicious, food.

    artsysunday.blogspot.com

  43. I would love to make cute little cupcake wrappers, and TONS of embellishements for scrapbooking too! Ahhh the possibilities are ENDLESS!

  44. I just started a home based business and could use the vinyl on quilting templates I make! Would be so awesome!

  45. HEIMLAGA says:

    just to tell, the Silhouette only works with PC, not with MAC ;-)

  46. Teri says:

    I would go crazy making a ton of things with this machine. cards would be my number 1 thing I would use it for.

  47. Stef says:

    HEIMLGA – I’ve been told that the Mac software should be available at the end of August.

  48. Heather L. says:

    I could do so many things with that!

    I like the idea of cutting out multiple silhouettes to make a paper mobile, or I would dip them in ceramic slip and mold them over something to create a bowl or sculpture. I’ve done it with doilies before and they’re turned out pretty neat!

  49. Rebecca says:

    That’s such an amazing tool! I would make my mum very happy by filling her cardmaking cupboard with shapes for her to use!

  50. Yeah I would probably make cupcake wrappers too or some cool cut out prints to frame and hang on the wall. I think I would have it cut out quotes and then glue them on a different color and then frame them. Can it do that??

  51. OMG that’s really awesome!!
    I would do lots of stencils! T-shirts, bags, walls… The world is your canvas xD

  52. Cindy M says:

    Hoo boy! Would I love to win a machine like this. I want to get into etching glass especially a few windows where I really don’t want curtains but I need some privacy. Then I’d be etching all kinds of glassware, creating wall stencils, putting patterns on textiles AND making awesome wraps for cupcakes. I really enjoy making marking special occasions for my co-workers with cupcakes.

  53. Sourkraut says:

    In addition to cupcake wrappers, I’ve seen some neat decorations made for Kitchenaid mixers. Mine could definitely use some sprucing up.

  54. I could see many awesome t-shirts in my future~

  55. Nancy says:

    I would love to have this. It looks so neat. I would make cupcake wrappers for all my creations.

  56. Katie says:

    I would use this to make intricate thank you cards for my family & boyfriend. I am a printmaker and work with letterpress so the two art forms combined could be truly, awesomely, beautiful!

  57. Jacknbead@aol.com says:

    First, I totally love your site! Thank you so much for taking the time to keep us informed!
    Second, I love the cupcake wrappers but when I saw the things the Silhouetee Digital machine did with the fabric ideas, I was completely thrilled! My brain is already busy thinking of all the things I could do with the Silhouette machine, providing of course, I can handle the mechanical part of it— ha,,ha!

  58. katiebot5000 says:

    I would love making cupcake wrappers, but I think the machine could also apply to other baked goods. Making doilies for presentation, intricate die cuts for cupcake toppers, borders, cards, you name it. From what I’ve read it’s an incredibly diverse machine.

  59. Lois says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers but I don’t think I could stop there I would have to embellish a few T’s, make some cards, a few scrapbook pages, my the possibilities have my head spinning
    thanks

  60. Katherine Garretson says:

    I’m seeing some incredible ideas in these comments! Now I want to make cupcake wrappers, lamp shades, doilies, notecards, and photo frames too. I’m Katherine_Garretson@hotmail.com

  61. Vanessa says:

    I’d definitely be making cupcake wrappers! I’m always looking for cute/unique ones.

  62. Gina says:

    Simply fabulous!! So many things to try…I think some vinyl wall art would be the first I’d try!

    ggambler(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  63. Nikkilina says:

    I would make lots of cool craft projects for the youth group my husband and I lead. They love things like that.

  64. Chrissy says:

    Paper lanterns here!

  65. NikiTheo says:

    I’d make cupcake wrappers before I made anything else!!!

  66. amandawk says:

    I would make cut outs to decorate cakes.
    amandarwest at gmaildotcom

  67. Me says:

    Hmmm. With the silhouette, I’d make mayhem!!! And enjoy every bit of the fun adding to ancestry displays, card making, training materials scrap booking and other stuff I do. This machine looks so much more straightforward than the one I b…ought last year and still haven’t figured out how to use it or who to give it to.
    Thanks for letting my imagination run wild for a few minutes and for offering this giveaway.

  68. So many different things to do with the machine. Cupcakes, lamp shades, gift boxes, kids school projects.

  69. oh my gosh I didn’t even think about cup cake wrappers! that would be awesome!!!!

  70. I would use it to make the vinyl cutouts. I have been dying to try it.

  71. Kristi says:

    Wow..I had no idea! I would Def do cupcake wrappers…or cake STAND wrappers =o) Oh the possibilities…

  72. Sara says:

    So awesome! I would definitely make cupcake papers. :)

  73. ashley says:

    this is amazing!!!!! i think it would be so cute to make these for eggs at easter to dress them up to serve with brunch.

    ana153@jwu.edu

  74. Oh my goodness, that machine is amazing. I would make lots and lots of wrappers for my cupcakes.

  75. EvilDucky77 says:

    I’d use it for some holiday crafting! Maybe some Christmas cards :D

  76. Elizabeth says:

    I think I would go nuts with this thing. I WOULD make cupcake wrappers, cause they are just too hard and time consuming to cut by hand. But I would it for scrapbooks and I would probably dream up all kinds of things to make with it. I can see Christmas presents coming from this thing.

    Elizabelle[at]comcast[dot]net

  77. cfiggee says:

    I would give it an attempt for cupcake wrapers of course… but I think it would be really neat to make baby albums for all my friends expecting this year.

  78. starr says:

    I love this!!! I would use it for cupcake wrappers. Would be great when having a party since it would be so easy to personalize each treat for each guest.

  79. mskimmi says:

    I would use this in my scrapbooking/card making adventures. I’ve been wanting one of these for a while!!

  80. Niki says:

    We are getting cupcakes for Lexi’s birthday on Aug 26 and I would LOVE to use this to make the wrappers!!

  81. kikicraig says:

    Would seriously use it for cupcake wrappers, but also tags for gifts and vinyl cutouts for my kids rooms to change the theme.

  82. Ashley says:

    I would definitley use this for cupcake wrappers!

  83. Dawn says:

    I would absolutely make cupcake wrappers and then . . . this would save me so much time with my homemade cards! I would love to make some pillows for my daughters beds and window seat, t-shirts for a family gathering that is coming up, and wall art! This machine looks totally awesome – I would love to experiment with designs for clothing, home decor and scrapbooking projects as well! I could make great use of this amazing cutting tool!

  84. I would use this to make my annual handmade Xmas cards. Cut out vinyl wall letters, cupcake wrappers. Make custom tshirts for my daughter and her friends

  85. Becky Z. says:

    I would make wrappers for ALL my baked goods! Cupcakes, candies, cookies, pound cakes. Oh my goodness. I’m getting way too excited just thinking about it :)

  86. Mindy says:

    I’d make cupcake wrappers with it of course! And after I get tired of that, I’d use it to catch up with some of my scrapbooking.

  87. Jolene says:

    While I would make some visible things- like wrappers and cards or art work- I think it would be awesome to use plain card stock as well and use the feature to make awesome custom stencils for painting.

  88. Oh my goodness…what WOULDN’T I make? Cupcake wrappers for sure, but I’d also use it in scrapbooking, papercraft, stencils, all sorts of cards, invitations, gift tags, gift wrap, party decorations and favors, decorating my next apartment…the list goes on. I highly doubt I’ll win since I never win anything…but if I had to pick one giveaway to win…this would be it! :)

  89. Joanne says:

    I’d use it to cut some vintage wallpaper and apply some light adhesive backing to create some temporary wallpaper! Very cool machine!

  90. I would love to make art nouveau-style bookmarks to give away at my author events.

    (The cupcake wrappers is a given, because the fairies in my books use frosted desserts as trampolines!)

    lisa at lisamantchev dot com

  91. Cathy B says:

    With a son and fiance cupcake wedding in the future I would definitely make cupcake wrappers. They are on a budget and want pretty wrappers so badly. This would make such a great start as a mother-in-law!

  92. Cassie says:

    I’d use it for all my crafty things, scrapbooking, cards, decor,etc.

  93. Awesome giveaway and special discounts! I really love seeing how you used this for your cupcakes. If I had a Silhouette, I would use it for papercrafting and for cutting things for my papercrafting classes.

  94. Shirley says:

    Wow! I would love to win that! I am a paper crafter and would use it making wonderful things for my mini books that I love to make.

  95. Kayla says:

    Oh my goodness, where do I start. I would make matts for picture frames for all my neices and maybe even nephews too. I would make all kinds of artsy things for the nursery. Cupcake wrappers for a wedding shower I’m helping to throw… too many adventures to even list.

  96. Kate C. says:

    I’m starting college this month, and I’d definitely make cupcake wrappers for “Baked Goods Friday” in my dorm!

  97. I would make cupcake wrappers for sure… and use it for scrapbooking too!

  98. Cakefortwo says:

    oh wow o.o i’ve wanted one of these things for freaking EVER. lol. I do all kinds of recycled crafts involving plastic bottles and thin aluminum and etc… it’d be *perfect* for cutting out the templates for them, or even cutting them out as is! my room would be *covered* in these things! Shiny new apron patterns? Totally. New coke bottle jewelry? Definitely. And of course the cupcake wrappers! :-D

  99. Tina Marie says:

    I would also use this for cupcake wrappers, fondant cutting, and creating cute cupcake toppers.

  100. Nicole says:

    What wouldn’t I make?! Definitely I’d make wall vinyl, do heat transfer, and of course, some cupcake wrappers!

  101. Anonymous says:

    So many choices, I don’t know what to pick…I could see myself making all kinds of crafty items. I really do like the cupcake wrappers.

  102. Nan says:

    I would make a neat design for my terrariums! It would make it look like a little secret garden.

  103. Villa Design says:

    I’ve been lusting for one of these for ages! I would make vinyl cutouts for glass etching projects.

  104. Patty Jensen says:

    I would so do all kinds of cupcake liners. This looks like an amazing creative tool. I want one! Thanks

  105. Michelle R says:

    I would make vinyl lettering for my wall and I would definitely make cupcake wrappers as well!

  106. Natalie says:

    oooh can I give to my sister and have HER make the cupcake wrappers for me? she’s much more crafty :)

    great giveaway!!!

  107. paperlust says:

    I love this! I would use it for my nephew’s birth announcements… Such a fun way to personalize just about anything!

  108. knittingnora says:

    OMG! This thing is amazing! Not only would I make cupcake wrappers but I was thinking fun “cone” wrappers to hold homemade caramel popcorn I make as gifts for the holidays!

  109. shortoldlady says:

    That is awesome!! I would give it to my wonderful sister who does beautiful scrapbooking stuff! (She really deserves a present!)

  110. Angie says:

    Great giveaway! I LOVE your cupcake wrappers-adorable! I would make things for my kiddos and gifts for the other people in my life. The possibilities are endless with Silhouette! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  111. CP says:

    What a great tool to have!! Not only would I use it for cupcake wrappers but it would be a great gift for my sister who is the owner of Harti Design http://www.hartidesign.com/. She makes wonderful personalized paper products!

    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  112. Becki Sue says:

    I would definitely make cupcake wrappers. Anything to improve the appearance of my cupcakes. I haven’t mastered piping frosting yet and an offset spatula can only do so much!

  113. Beehive says:

    I’d make cupcake wrappers, of course. And pretty stationery to invite people to my house for a cupcake party.

  114. That is an amazing gadget! I would make incredible:

    cupcake wrappers
    invitations
    greeting cards
    fancy bookmarks and book covers
    whimsical masks

  115. Angela says:

    I would use this to make cookie cutting templates and dusting stencils for using on cakes and cookies. In the non baking world I would use it for making costume pieces (I hear you can get special fabric to go through some them?) like cutting out stencils for using fabric paint!! This is awesome!

  116. Cupcake Girl says:

    I would TOTALLY make cupcake wrappers!! I’m actually plotting to open a cupcake shop in the neat future and this gadget would help me out so much!! *fingers crossed!*(

  117. Rebecca says:

    As a former scrapbooker I think this tool looks so cool! I think it would be great for making something fun to put up in the window, especially for different holidays! But I also love the idea of cupcake wrappers.

  118. Bryna says:

    I am totally going to make floral or some kind of stickers for the walls in my daughter’s room. Screw those companies that sell that stuff!

    Appropriate WV? I think so! “maker”. :)

  119. renae says:

    I think I *would* make cupcake wrappers, but I love stationery, too, so there would be a fine time of that! :)

  120. K. says:

    So many possibilities…jewelry would top my list. Fun frames for photos, craft projects and wall words.

    (I think even Dan is excited about this – he sent me a link to make sure I saw it!)

  121. BMB says:

    Oh my, if there was ever something I “need” its this! The things I could make! Endless possibilities of cards and wrappers and all the diy things I want to do for my wedding! This would certainly be a life (and budget) saver

  122. Cara says:

    I’m making cupcakes for a bridal shower. The theme is ‘apples’ and I’ve been trying to figure out a way to incorporate apples into the exterior design… this would be a perfect way to make the wrappers have apples all around the outside!

  123. Angie says:

    I would make awesome birthday and other greeting cards. I have been doing all my cutting by hand to make cute little animals and using an x-acto knife for lettering, but this machine would make it so much more professional-looking!!!!! ^_^

  124. mishkismom says:

    I would make the wall vinal art I covet.. please enter me!!

  125. Niveditha says:

    amazing giveaway…I love their glass etching projects and would be glad to try that in my home if I won..thanks!!!

    ramvinayak_81@rediffmail.com

  126. Brooke says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers for sure. Also, the etching looks cool. I might have to etch some flour and sugar containers.

  127. GiGi says:

    Since I am the designated baker for family & friends, I would definitely make cupcake wrappers and I would try to make cake stand wrappers to jazz up a plain old glass cake stand.

  128. Emily says:

    I wouldn’t have thought of cupcake wrappers myself but I would definitely have to try that! I think more often though I would make greeting cards, because I usually make my own even though I am not very crafty.

    e.e.den@hotmail.com

  129. Aileen Chang says:

    I would use this for scrapbooking and making my photobooks look a whole lot nicer!

  130. Big Mami says:

    I am the queen of thematic parties amongst my family and friends and seeing this machine has made me weak in the knees and not to mention short of breath! One of my first of many projects would be invitations, decorations, and thank yous inspired by Dia de los Muertos (similar to these images http://shop.cafepress.com/dia-de-los-muertos). This year we are having a blow-out ghoolish extraveganza and this machine is exactly what we need to get us in the spirit!

  131. Claudia says:

    this would be awesome for making cards, and projects for my kiddos :)

  132. First, I would make business cards in the shape of ice cream cones and cupcakes. Then, I’d make custom boxes for my yearly Christmas cookie gifts. Then, I’d try my hand at making pop-up books!

  133. Libby says:

    I am not super creative, but think this would go a long way to help! I would make cupcake wrappers with little ducks cut out (for my girl’s second bday).

  134. D. says:

    I would like to make little wrappers out of double sided tape to hold together things. I mean why not?

  135. aterwilliger says:

    I love being creative in an efficient way – this would allow me to work smarter not harder! I’d defintely make cupcake wrapers… coordinated with invitations, placecards, banners and anything elase I could think of!

  136. Charlie says:

    I would use it for so many decorations around the house and church. I would love to get a hold of the cupcake template, as well! I have had my eye on this for quite some time!

  137. If I won, I would do all sorts of fancy things, probably including cupcake and muffin wrappers, because I do make a lot of cupcakes and muffins! But my favorite way to fantasize about using it is to make really pretty packaging for my homemade soaps!

  138. I would love to make a LOT of stuff, but I think I would start our with some labels for my pantry: flour, rice, sugar, etc.

  139. It looks like there are endless possibilities, but I would be most excited to use it for the heat transfers and wall decals! We’re moving soon and have a 1 year old that loves his homemade t-shirts!

    Daxjessnmo(at)yahoo

  140. Anonymous says:

    I would love making the cupcake cutouts…………..
    Carole

  141. i would LOVE to make cupcake wrappers. Would save me a lot of $$ on all the speciality ones I order now for my business!

  142. Sarah Richie says:

    I would be making cards for holidays, cupcake toppers, and fun party decor.
    -Sarah

  143. Kaley says:

    I’d make my future wedding invitations with a silhouette of my favorite city where we met, Salamanca.

  144. Sunshine says:

    I would use it for making my own nursery decorations. Dr. Seuss is not exactly an easy nursery collection to come across!

  145. I would make a ton of things- starting with styling shirts for my boys using the heat transfer.

  146. Anonymous says:

    The possibilities are endless—
    cupcake wrappers, pickle/jam labels, ice cream cone holders — all it takes is a little imagination ;)

  147. I linked up on Facebook! Love the cupcake wrapers. So cute! I would have to use it for making vinyl wall decals. I can just imagine the pretty phrases all over my house :)

  148. Anonymous says:

    What an awesome machine… lets see, cupcake wrappers, scrapbooking, quilting, cake topper designs, thank you notecards and gift tags.

    sfoeyl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  149. Catherine says:

    I like the etched glass cookie jar on their site, so I’d definitely make that…and I’m thinking my son would flip for Halloween themed cupcake wrappers.

    catherineh_78 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  150. I would make cupcake wrappers, christmas cards, vinyl cutouts for my walls. The list could go on forever. Hope I win!

  151. I’m with you! I would make Cupcake wrappers! Just being able to create my own cupcake wrappers would make this machine pay for itself. The fact that I could create my own cards just puts it over the top!

    Thank you for offering this fantastic give away!!

    If you don’t mind, I’m adding you to my favorites – I LOVE your blog!

  152. Anonymous says:

    As I am getting my feet wet in the cupcake business, I would TOTALLY love this for custom cupcake wrappers! SO CUTE! thanks for having the contest!
    Melissa W. in Nebraska

  153. kzwick says:

    Wow. When I was in college one of my best friends would make cut out letters to wish people happy birthday. An adult in our dorm thought she had a “machine” to do it, even though the letters were different sizes and completely not uniform. I guess that adult was just a decade before his time. If I won this I would either (a) gift it to said friend or (b) make custom bday wishes for others in her stead.

  154. Kim says:

    I would use this to make my invitation making a WHOLE lot easier! Thanks!

  155. Anonymous says:

    WOW…is all I can say! Cupcake wrappers, scrapbooks, clothing…the possibilities are endless. There just aren’t enough hours in the day to do it all.

  156. Mandy says:

    I would definitely make cupcake wrappers! But I would also do vinyl lettering for my living room, cute handouts for the class at church that I teach, and awesome cards!

    anwhite29 at cox dot net

  157. thekastens says:

    I would make the obvious cupcake wrappers, but also use it for cut outs for my classroom bulletin boards (I’m a teacher), cupcake toppers, banner making, etc. etc. etc.

  158. Sommer says:

    Holy cow, 158 comments already! well, i WOULD make cupcake wrappers with it the most, I’m sure, since I”m cupcake obsessed. I’ve always loved how cupcake wrappers make cupcakes look, but they are too expensive to buy all the time. I can imagine with scrapbook paper and this cutter I could make a gazillion different cupcake wrappers, which would pretty much be a dream come true in my cupcake obsessed world :)

    (tryp66@hotmail.com)

  159. The cupcake cups are def the best usage I can think of. I found your site while I was looking for cupcake porn. Other than food, I suppose I would make delicate little things for scrapbooking.

  160. Lisa says:

    Ooh I’d definitely use it for invitations and secret notes. I’d have to throw more tea parties and other such things just so I’d have a reason to make invitations for people.

    specide@gmail.com

  161. Bertha says:

    Wow!! I’ve been wanting these for ages! My mind started to picture various things that can be made with this other than cupcake wrapper, such as paper craft to decorate dessert table, making dessert tags, favor tags, cards, for baby shower, bridal shower, wedding, birthday, oh endless possibilities

  162. Diane says:

    I would definitely make cupcake wrappers they are totally cute!

    lilaznjewel[@]yahoo.com

  163. i would make party signs! love this machine :)

  164. Elizabeth says:

    Well, I just made three batches of test cupcakes while I develop a recipe…I could have really used this then!

  165. Anonymous says:

    Wow-so cool!! I would make cupcake wrappers of course, and I would use it to make signs for parties. I have been printing letters on scrapbook paper and cutting them out by hand!

    Megan

  166. Rachael says:

    I would make vinyl designs for my walls featuring Pac Man and the monsters! : D

  167. Laura says:

    Wow, this is so neat! I love your cut cupcake wrappers, so unique. When I followed the site, I got excited about so much…the paper crafting, scrapbooking, the stationary, but I absolutely love the heat transfers for clothing. I could use it for so much, I don’t know if I could pick one thing.

  168. sheryll says:

    I’ve thought and dreamed about this machine when I used to do papercrafts!!!! Origami, to get perfect squares or other shapes for the weirder, more advanced origami. Cards with detailings! POP-UPS!!!! 3D structures in paper!! Boy this would’ve been a TIME-SAVER! SIGN ME UP!!!!!! I would love to go back to doing paper crafts!! Umm, how shall I leave my e-mail address though, not having my own site?

  169. Machel Devin says:

    Oh the possibilities are endless! I love to entertain so I would use the silhouette tool to create beautiful and unique name cards, food tags and place mats. I would create holiday embellishments around the house too … place mats, tags, cards and cupcake wrappers to accompany festive decor! I love that I would have creations none of my guests could just pick up in a store!

    http://keepingupwiththedevins.blogspot.com

  170. Thao Phan says:

    too too many things to do. the iron transfers sounds super cool!

  171. Anonymous says:

    In addition to making cupcake wrappers i would make a cute matching apron!!!!

    Rachel

  172. Ann says:

    OH goodness! Too many things to name…

    Invitations, greeting cards, wedding favors, birthday party favors, etc…

  173. I would LOVE one of these…. to make vinyls and t shirts. Thanks!!!
    rpepperhead@hotmail.com

  174. Bridget says:

    I have been making a ton of cupcakes lately, so I would definitely use it to make cupcake wrappers. :)

  175. Alanna says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers and also do some scrap booking with it.

  176. LulaCakes says:

    I’m starting a cake decorating business, and I love love love the beautiful cupcake wrappers. Awesome giveaway!!!

  177. Lizzie says:

    I would make lamps à la Tord Boontje!

  178. I would make lacy things to add onto the art work, frames, lamps – everything – in my girls’ girly room! So fun!

  179. nihootie says:

    I would make embellishments for scrapbooking… and cupcake wrappers!

  180. Sarah Marie says:

    I used to specialize in vinyl cut design, so I would use the cutter to make vinyl laptop decals… AND cupcake wrappers :)

  181. Miss Martina says:

    OOoohh!! How wonderful!! I would use the machine to make cupcake wrappers (everything should be as beautiful as possible!) but I would pimarily use it to help make T-shirt designs reminding folks that there is a major hunger problem for kids, elders, etc in this country (‘How many miles away is hunger from your house?’)& we CAN do something to help!ThnkU, MM-

  182. Shelley says:

    Yay Stef! All of your designs look fabulous!!! :)

  183. Deanna says:

    That machine (spelled “DREAM” is just what I need to make bulletin boards for the children’s section of our new library. Oh Great One, grant me my wish!

  184. J says:

    I would use this for my wedding invitations. It looks so delicate and romantic.

  185. Aleta says:

    I would love to try some vinyl wall art! But there are so many other things I would like to try also!

  186. Natasha C. says:

    T-shirt prints and stationary, definitely. It sounds much easier than using scissors and X-Acto knives!

  187. CB says:

    I would start with the cupcake wrappers. Those are just presh!

  188. Mrs. B says:

    As a kindergarten teacher I would love to use it for all sorts of learning letters/shapes/numbers projects for the kids as well as making bulletin board displays with it!

  189. Jess says:

    I would love to use it and make vinyl wall clings for my kitchen!

  190. Terri says:

    I would have a cupcake party and make an individualized wrapper for each person in attendance!

  191. Cake says:

    I would love to make cupcake wrappers and the favour boxes!

  192. emerzim says:

    I would use it to make some awesome heat transfers for tshirts.

  193. I love the cupcake wrappers! But I also love the heat transfers!
    sarahellenwade@gmail

  194. I love that you can use ANY font on your computer AND no cartridges!!
    sarahellenwade@gmail

  195. Kristen says:

    Oh the cupcake wrappers are right at the top of my list as well as vinyl and glass etching!

  196. Sylvia says:

    I would use my OWN fonts (love that) and make some cute t-shirt and baby onesies for family and friends. This machine is so much better than the Cricut….which I have been drooling over. If I don’t win I’ll be asking Santa to bring me one.

  197. Pam says:

    I don’t think I can narrow it down to just one thing I would do with the silhouette – not when it has so much to offer – I would make wall words, vinyl words for metal buckets to give as gifts, I would use the etched glass part, the rhinestone part and the heat transfer part and the … I could go on and on. Thank you for hosting this giveaway – it is greatly appreciated! Pam

  198. Maren says:

    I have used my friends to make pennant buntings/garlands for a baby shower. It was so easy and so cute. I would love my own! Thanks.

  199. I want to wrap my cats my husband my life in beautiful designs, make cards and tags! And wrappers for my petite cheesecakes! And wrappers for cupcakes, and snowflakes for the holidays!!! I would go cutout crazy just because it is so cool and simple to do. I’d be a crafty craft convert!!!

  200. I want to wrap my cats my husband my life in beautiful designs, make cards and tags! And wrappers for my petite cheesecakes! And wrappers for cupcakes, and snowflakes for the holidays!!! I would go cutout crazy just because it is so cool and simple to do. I’d be a crafty craft convert!!!

  201. I want to wrap my cats my husband my life in beautiful designs, make cards and tags! And wrappers for my petite cheesecakes! And wrappers for cupcakes, and snowflakes for the holidays!!! I would go cutout crazy just because it is so cool and simple to do. I’d be a crafty craft convert!!!

  202. Kasey says:

    I probably would make cupcake wrappers because that is amazing. But I would also use it to finish a scrap book and make a new one!

  203. Jes says:

    I would love to use this to make stencils for cakes and other desserts! The cupcake paper idea is ingenious too!

  204. amy says:

    I would probably make a WELCOME sign for our front door first….there are SO many possibilities though it is hard to decide!

  205. As somewhat of a crafter extraordinaire there are way too many projects I could use this awesome piece of magic for. The most common use would be for cards and gifts tags, but I see so much more than that happening!

  206. I would do some glass etching on my glass cookware to put my name on them!

  207. leah says:

    omg with so many posts whats left to say…i am a baker, sewing mama, scraper, and basically will do any craft project that will keep my 2 1/2 yr old busy for a few minuets so i can finnish my coffee in the morning, lol. the ideas are endless :)

  208. leah says:

    omg with so many posts whats left to say…i am a baker, sewing mama, scraper, and basically will do any craft project that will keep my 2 1/2 yr old busy for a few minuets so i can finnish my coffee in the morning, lol. the ideas are endless :)

  209. Telynn says:

    WOW! I would make Cupcake Wrappers and some custom DISigns for my Disney vacation t-shirts

  210. Lewis Family says:

    Cards and scrapbooking are my love. I have several projects in mind that I would love to use the Silhouette cutter for.

  211. Kelly says:

    Cute as the cupcake wrappers are, I would love to try it out for the glass etching and vinyl too….

  212. Heather says:

    Being able to make all those awesome cupcake wrappers would make my life complete! It would be an added bonus to be able to make all my own vinyl sayings!

  213. Terri says:

    I’d use the heat transfer and make t-shirts. I work for a fruit company and noticed that there are very few raspberry illustrations to be found. Big fun raspberries, definitely.

  214. Kimberly says:

    I will be making cookbooks for my closest family members for the holidays so we can all have copies of our treasured family memories … this would help me make the coolest home cookbooks ever!

  215. My first project would be to make vinyl letters for glass jars for sweet treats!

  216. ashlynch23 says:

    I want to try out the glass etching! I would also love to use the heat transfer on some onesies for my little one!! The cupcake wrappers are awesome!!

  217. I would use this to make vinyl wall decor to change out for every season. I’d make clothes for my kids and for shower gifts. I’d make cards and scrapbooks and gift tags, Oh my! The possibilities are endless!!

  218. ricks family says:

    I have been wanting to make a vinyl growth chart for my kids…sadly no cutter. I would love to win.
    janericks@yahoo.com

  219. Julie says:

    i would make cupcake wrappers! one specially made for each cupcake!

  220. michelle says:

    i would make a LOT! vinyl wall art, heat transfer, glass etching…LOVE IT!!!!

  221. michelle says:

    i am a facebook fan!

  222. Lisi says:

    I would use this for scrapbooking!

  223. Ali says:

    The Silhouette looks amazing! I would pretty much use it for anything and everything (heat transfer, glass etching, vinyl decals, scrapbooking) but would probably first use it to make some personalized onesies for my 10 month old little guy. Thanks! :)

  224. i looked it up and I’m amazed! It’s not what would I do with it, it’s what wouldn’t I do with it? Besides the obvious cupcake wrappers and doilies for the cakes, I’d love to use it to decorate walls in my house and in the newly started preschool starting this fall my kids are attending. Anyway, I’d love to be able to make the school feel like a home!
    2 seconds

  225. i am very interested in the sillohette I have tried to win it before, to no avail… I love cupcakes and I just started my own party buisness this year so if I won this awesome thing, thanks for hosting.. I would use it to make wrappers for cupcakes, muffin tin lunches and vinyl banners on glass or tables for the party buisness. my blog is 1 wasabi mommy my email is
    eatmywords40@yahoo.com and I liked it on facebook and commented there too. I went to the sillohette blog and site.

  226. Nancy says:

    I would use it to decorate cupcake wrappers. Always fun with little girls and grandkids. But I would definitely go wild making vinyl pretties for gifts! This machine sounds amazing. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    Nancy in ID
    thejays@digis.net

  227. Anonymous says:

    I would definitely make paper lanterns! So much easier than cutting out the pattern…

    -Viv

    i.love.yarn(at)gmail(dot)com

  228. Val says:

    Wow, so cool! I would love to use it for cupcake wrappers but also for scrapbooking!

  229. Dixon Family says:

    I would love to try so many ideas on their website, the etched glass, cupcake holders, cards!

  230. Heather says:

    School projects and paper crafting!! :)

  231. Karen says:

    I don’t know if I can narrow down what I would/could use the Silhouette for. But I would definitely love to use if for party supplies/invitations/cards. The ideas are endless! Have seen this machine around alot lately and would love to own one!

  232. ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!! WHAT WOULD I MAKE! I could rule the world if I had this machine!!! I host tea parties for little girls and I would go absolutely MAD. Party aprons with cool designs, Cool t-shirts for different themes, etching glass tea cups and dessert plates. But I would also have some baby showers with everything matchy, matchy…door banner, cupcake holders, doilies, placecards, treat boxes…AGGHHH! I could even label all my storage boxes with the vinyl lettering…well maybe not, I would never get around to that!

  233. Anonymous says:

    I would make birthday invitations and matching thank you cards for my daughter’s birthday. That machine is awesome! Cynthia (cynthiavanessa@hotmail.com)

  234. Caitlyn says:

    I would use the cupcake wrappers for parties and etch our last name into our glass dishes!!

  235. Tira's Mommy says:

    I think a better question is what WOULDN’T I make!! That’s awesome! The first thing I would make would be stencils for painting my daughters’ new bedroom! Frogs and Princess Crowns. Then other cute cut outs to decorate with!!!

  236. Anonymous says:

    Alissa – I would LOVE to make cupcake wrappers with this, totally cute:)

  237. Rimmi says:

    Wow! Thank you so much for this chance to win! We are redecorating my twin nephews’ bedroom for their second birthday and the vinyl decor would be perfect to put some inspirational quotes and some car graphics up on the wall!I think that would be the first thing. I would also like to add vinyl to our laundry room and would use the machine to etch glass kitchen storage jars. And that’s just the beginning!

  238. Renae says:

    What’s not to love? My favorite has to be all the options for taking an inexpensive piece of paper and turning it into something magical. Maybe I’ll make cards to highlight someone’s day. Or maybe I’m more excited to make personalized nametags at the holidays. Or maybe it’s holiday gift tags. Oh the possibilities are endless!!

  239. Jamie Lynn says:

    VINYL VINYL VINYL!!! I LOVE the LDS temple designs, I could work wonders with this machine!

  240. vivian m says:

    I would make a makeup box organizer for all my sephora goodies ;)

    mercedesbenz431@optonline.net

  241. While the cupcake wrappers are supe cute, and great for parties, I would want to make tee shirts with mine. The heat transfer feature would be so much better than the stuff I’m currently using from the craft store. (Yuck)

  242. Rebecca says:

    I would etch my initial into a huge mirror in my entry way

  243. Laura says:

    Why make something other than cupcake wrappers? :) Yours look gorgeous!

  244. Jamie says:

    I’m redoing my little guy’s room, and would love to use it to make some state outlines to mount or stencil onto some fabric covered canvases as wall art. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  245. Lauren says:

    I want one of these soooo bad! I want to make t-shirts with the heat transfers for my daughter, and vinyl for the walls, and aren’t the cupcake wrappers fabulous?

    Thanks for the chance.

  246. Amber Douma says:

    I would make vinyl decor for my house!

  247. jen says:

    I would make greeting cards and bookmarks

    jenwoods@fuse.net

  248. Abbie says:

    I love love the cupcake wrappers!! I also love the vinyl! I want to try everything this machine does!

    abigailcarter11@gmail.com

  249. Jennifer says:

    I would use it to make cupcake wrappers, party favor boxes and buntings for my daughter upcoming birthday party.

  250. Blythe says:

    This is super cool! I would create some pretty amazing greeting cards and use it to create stencils for screenprinting.

  251. Rach says:

    Oh my goodness! I would love to use this for heat transfer, vinyl decor, and glass etching!
    cookrach(at)hotmail.com

  252. Bru says:

    Be a nice tool to have for making cards and also personalized stencils to use with brownies and holiday cookies.

  253. Meg says:

    I could use this for so many things! I’m a floral designer and do a lot of creative event work. This would be the best new toy at work, we would go crazy with edging, bouquet collars, mobiles, table decor, not to mention for displays around our shop and studio.

  254. Lexi says:

    Definitely cupcakes and card. So neat. I love it.

  255. Anna says:

    Oh my goodness, I would be tempted to throw a whole party centered around this bad boy. Make the invitations with it, make place cards with it, cupcake wrappers, and then I would use it to scrapbook the event!

  256. tami=) says:

    Awesome!!! I’d love to use it for invitations and decorations for my brother’s wedding, and now I have to add cupcake wrappers to my list!! Thanks for the amazing inspiration and for the chance to win! =)
    tami28t@yahoo.com

  257. I would make vinyl and stencil cutouts for furniture redos.

  258. I would use it for vinyl letters. I have a couple of friends that are expecting. A “please knock, baby sleeping” sign would make an awesome gift!

  259. ruthhill74 says:

    I know there would be loads of things to make, but I think it would be great to make school projects with it along with my daughter. I would also investigate using it to put rhinestones on clothing.

    ruthaw_1974@yahoo.com

  260. Oh there are lots of things I could make! Cupcake wrappers, stuff for my classroom, scrapbook stuff- cool tool!

  261. Kat says:

    Heat transfer shirts for my girls’!

  262. Kat says:

    I’m a facebook fan!

  263. I would love to try out everything!

  264. Katie M. says:

    I love this machine!! I would definitely make cupcake wrappers! And I love the glass etchings you can do, and of course I’d use it for all of my scrap booking : )

  265. Ashley says:

    I would make matching outfits for my kids lol..with 2 kids under the age of 2 I can still tall them what to wear!I LOVE the heat transfer tool!

  266. Lisa says:

    Wow! There are so many ideas running through my head for scrapbooking and cards. I can’t wait to get my hands on it to see what I can make!

  267. LouAnn says:

    I would make vinyl wall words and wall art to decorate my house – I also think it would be fun to try the glass etching – and make things for cards!
    latrischler (at) gmail

  268. Missy says:

    scrapbook, t shirts and cards.
    mcclure18@yahoo.com

  269. Erin says:

    Cupcake wrappers would be so much fun – but I also think I would cut lots of vinyl for all sorts of different crafts!!

  270. Bernadetta says:

    Possibilities are endless…I’m 3 years behind on scrapbooking. This would motivate me to get caught up :)

  271. Glenda says:

    I would make favor boxes for my daughter’s wedding.
    glendasembree@gmail.com

  272. Glenda says:

    I liked you on facebook and commented on the giveaway post.

    Glenda Embree
    glendasembree@gmail.com

  273. Glenda says:

    I follow you on Twitter ( @busyathome ) and tweeted the giveaway.

    https://twitter.com/busyathome/status/20188733662

    glendasembree@gmail.com

  274. Leah says:

    I would do my engagement announcements, wedding invitations, and CUPCAKE WRAPPERS of course!

  275. jenfrscott says:

    What?!? Everyone wouldn’t use this for cupcake wrappers? What is wrong with them? So cute and I love all the party templates!

  276. Allison says:

    LOVE those cupcake wrappers!! SO CUTE!!

    This machine is awesome! I would love to use it to make some awesome vinyl designs but would probably use it for scrapbooking the most.

  277. Ashley says:

    I would make glass etched dishes

  278. Anna says:

    I would make cards scrapbook layouts, So many things to make. Thanks for the chance to win.

  279. melissa says:

    I have been eyeing this machine and had no idea I could make cupcake wrappers with it! I’d be using it for scrapping and cupcake wrappers and cards!

  280. mkgraspa says:

    I have been eyeing this machine and had no idea I could make cupcake wrappers with it! I’d be using it for scrapping and cupcake wrappers and cards!

  281. Beth says:

    I would use this in so many ways! I am a teacher and would use it in creating bulletin boards, projects with the children, making books. I would use it in making cards and other creative projects at home!

  282. denise says:

    WOW!! The things you can do!!! I would like to make BIRTHDAY PAPER CRAFTs S to a group of children in Central America from an orphanage since they have never had a birthday celebration and what better wy but to custom make a special day for these wonderful children!!!

  283. chooverwi says:

    I would love one of these. One of the first projects I would do is etching on clear canister.

  284. ferdigal54 says:

    I am AMAZED at this machine and I want to do it ALL.
    My head is exploding with ideas. Vinyl, paper, fabric, glass …. oh my.

  285. I Do Events says:

    I would love to use this to help me make invitations and greeting cards!

  286. Rebecca says:

    I think I would make cupcake wrappers and matching “ribbon” straps to go around my bakery boxes and hold them closed.

  287. Deanna says:

    The very first thing I would make is vinyl labels for my kitchen. I really, really want one of these and would love to try out all of the different features.

  288. These cupcake wrappers are wonderful. I love to make cupcakes specially decorated and this would add such a wonderful touch. I also like many of the other party ideas I saw on the site. I would love to win!

  289. Yes, of course cupcake wrappers are a must, that’s all I serve at our parties.

    But I really really need this to make iron-on decals that say ‘1 Month’ ‘2 Months’, etc. for my sister-in-law. She is having her first baby in October and can make monthly milestone photos.

  290. BrandonBunch says:

    I would make the decorations for my daughters first birthday

  291. Erin says:

    My daughter’s 2nd birthday is in September, and I could use this to make her party awesome!

  292. brudcrew says:

    I have so many projects I want to do! I would start with some vinyl wall art for the walls of my new house.

  293. C says:

    The cupcake wrappers are a huge draw, but I would probably make transfers for my son’s room first. He wants ninjas on the walls, and I lack the cutting gene. This could solve the problem!

  294. MrsWright22 says:

    OH MY GOSH! I am so excited about this giveaway! I would definitely make cupcake wrappers–the pre-cut ones are so expensive to buy, but I would love to be able to have super cute wrappers for all my cupcakes! I would also use it to make cards and for scrapbooking.

  295. Darcy says:

    It’s hard to know where to start….I have some great ideas for quotes in different places in my house. I think I’ll start there after I win!
    Darcy B
    darcy@mikebohman.com

  296. skhouse says:

    What couldn’t I make? I would probably start with the Recipe Book I am making for my sisters of our Mom’s recipes( she passed away about 5 years ago), next I would move onto the Family history Scrapbook I am designing for my own children and siblings. Then I would move onto the boys room where I can put up wording and designs to motivate them everyday…they are teens and need some direction smetimes! Next onto the girls individually…wow I could go crazy here. My one daughter is totally focused on standards & values that are related to our church. I could use those words as a border around her room, or even on a frame she can have over her bed. The youngest girl isn’t too far behind her sisters footsteps yet is still into Nick Jonas! I could do a border of her favorite stars or singers around her room (she wants a rockin’ room) …oh I can also do something about that laundry room too! Like directions for the family as to where to put the colored, whites & lights when dragging it down instead of the big pile at the door! Oh the freedom this little gizmo can give me! Pick me Pick me!

  297. Stacey says:

    I would use this for home decor!

  298. I would use it to make cupcake wrappers and for scrapbooking! What a great cutting tool!

  299. tmiller says:

    I think i would defiantly like to get caught up on my scrapbooking! But I also have a lot of projects I want to make using vinyl!

  300. Lisa says:

    I would love to go crazy with the heat transfer and make onesies and shirts.

  301. I would like to make little gift boxes…like your cupcake holders except for a little gift box!!! and I would make lots of vinyl words for EVERYTHING!!!

    coutureunraveled@live.com

  302. GinaBeana says:

    This would be so great for thte homeschooling mama…oh the things we could do with this machine!! Plus, I’d make tons of fun stuff for me, too!

  303. How fun. Thanks for a chance to win. I would love to try the cupcake wrappers!

  304. Shana says:

    I’m sorry, I can’t tell you one thing that I like about the Silhouette. Why?….Becuase I love EVERYTHING about it. Vinyl, heat transfer, glass etching, cutouts…is there anything this machine can’t do? This is for sure going on my wish list.

  305. Susanna says:

    I think I would start with making some cute tees for my little ones.

  306. Nikki says:

    the things i wouldn’t do-that is the question. i love the glass etching and the vinyl. i love the cupcake wrappers also. see so many things i would do with one!

  307. Linda says:

    I would love to win this one. There are so many things to do (scrapbooking and home decor) with the Silhouette Machine that I would love to start soon. Thanks for the chance to win.

  308. There are so many things I would make! Now your cupcake wrappers have me thinking of party supplies (nametags, labels, etc.). I’ve got several parties coming up this fall!

  309. Tweeting it (@myinsanity)

  310. Lydia Story says:

    Wow!!! I would love to make Cupcake wrappers!!! I am so excited for you! I have been making cupcakes today and was wishing for something to dress them up a bit! Great idea!

  311. kristin says:

    although the cupcake wrappers are pretty adorable, the first think i would do is some fun vinyl for my bedroom!

  312. kdkdlee says:

    Vinyl in words – and words everywhere! School, home, gifts . . . it would go on and on!

  313. Sara says:

    Wow I didn’t know such a machine exists for everyday folks like us. It’s really fabulous! I would totally go crazy and decorate everything under the sun in my house with it!

  314. Crafty KP says:

    I always use wax paper bakery bags when I deliver my baked goods to friends…I would use this machine to make my bags more fun…in addition to using it for card crafting and bulletin boards for my classroom.

  315. cmjhawaii says:

    I would definitely love to make cupcake wrappers or even pie boxes, or any party supply/decoration.

  316. cmjhawaii says:

    I’m following on twitter & I tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/cmjhawaii/status/20208907873
    flowerpower0097 at live dot com

  317. Jessica Guaderrama says:

    I would use this for intricate and amazing patterns for use in the pop-up cards and little books I love to make!

  318. Vernell says:

    I will totally use this for scrapbooking, card making and cupcake wrappers.

  319. Anonymous says:

    This would be great!!! There are too many possibilities with this!! I hope I win! Tcampbell04@verizon.net

  320. Mike & Dee says:

    The possibilities are endless to what I can make. As a mom to 20 month old triplets, money gets tight and one needs to be creative and frugal! Lately I’ve been hooked on wall decals and there is so much inspiration out there. I want to customize their bedrooms with wall decals and hanging paper decorations. The boy will be all about automotive and the girls will have a woodland theme. Actually, I’ve been on my cupcake kick lately too and I’m all about really cool cupcake wrappers! I’ll be whipping up some this week for my cousin’s baby shower on Sunday – complete with cupcake picks too!

  321. Mike & Dee says:

    The possibilities are endless to what I can make. As a mom to 20 month old triplets, money gets tight and one needs to be creative and frugal! Lately I’ve been hooked on wall decals and there is so much inspiration out there. I want to customize their bedrooms with wall decals and hanging paper decorations. The boy will be all about automotive and the girls will have a woodland theme. Actually, I’ve been on my cupcake kick lately too and I’m all about really cool cupcake wrappers! I’ll be whipping up some this week for my cousin’s baby shower on Sunday – complete with cupcake picks too!

  322. Mike & Dee says:

    The possibilities are endless to what I can make. As a mom to 20 month old triplets, money gets tight and one needs to be creative and frugal! Lately I’ve been hooked on wall decals and there is so much inspiration out there. I want to customize their bedrooms with wall decals and hanging paper decorations. The boy will be all about automotive and the girls will have a woodland theme. Actually, I’ve been on my cupcake kick lately too and I’m all about really cool cupcake wrappers! I’ll be whipping up some this week for my cousin’s baby shower on Sunday – complete with cupcake picks too!

  323. Mike & Dee says:

    The possibilities are endless to what I can make. As a mom to 20 month old triplets, money gets tight and one needs to be creative and frugal! Lately I’ve been hooked on wall decals and there is so much inspiration out there. I want to customize their bedrooms with wall decals and hanging paper decorations. The boy will be all about automotive and the girls will have a woodland theme. Actually, I’ve been on my cupcake kick lately too and I’m all about really cool cupcake wrappers! I’ll be whipping up some this week for my cousin’s baby shower on Sunday – complete with cupcake picks too!

  324. Tashva says:

    Cards! Birthday cards, Christmas cards, etc. Beautiful, beautiful cards!

  325. Becky says:

    I would definitely make cupcake wrappers first and then I could use it for cards, bags, and many other numerous projects. What an amazing tool that I didn’t even know existed until I read your blog! Thank you!

  326. Oh my love! Where would my crafty brain start? Probably making some cute outfits for my baby man! Crossing my fingers!
    raewangsgard@hotmail.com

  327. Crystal says:

    So fun! I would love to make vinyl gifts for friends and family with this. ALso my entire house would be labeled. No one would need to ask :where is the bathroom” ha

  328. I am now a fan on Facebook!

  329. Emily says:

    I have my daughter’s 2nd birthday coming up and I would use it to make cupcake wrappers and decorate everything in sight.

  330. Katie says:

    I want to make cards for friends, and I would love to be able to make cupcake wrappers for sharing at special dinners (mm…entertaining). I would love to make vinyl wall decor. I am itching to etch on glassware. So many ideas!

  331. maria says:

    I want to make t-shirts and label everything with vinyl.

  332. I would make Rhinestone T-shirts for all the girls at work. Then I would go crazy cutting vinyl to monogram everything I could get my hands on. Then I would make paper banners for every holiday. And if I had any energy left at all, I would make a thank you card to send to you for having such a great giveway!

  333. Michelle says:

    I really want to make wall vinyl!!

  334. Mrs. Smith says:

    I am a new teacher and I LOVE that I can do EVERYTHING with this machine! I’m on a tight budget with buying things for my classroom this year. This machine is absolutely incredible! I love that you can use ANY font. I just learned how to download and use new fonts, so I’m totally hooked!!! I’m telling everyone about this amazing product!

  335. Mrs. Smith says:

    I am a new teacher and I LOVE that I can do EVERYTHING with this machine! I’m on a tight budget with buying things for my classroom this year. This machine is absolutely incredible! I love that you can use ANY font. I just learned how to download and use new fonts, so I’m totally hooked!!! I’m telling everyone about this amazing product!

  336. The possibilities are endless but I would start with vinly lettering!

  337. Nicole says:

    I would make vinyl decorations for my wall and I would love to use it to make Christmas gifts. Thanks for the contest!

  338. Nicole says:

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  339. Anonymous says:

    I think the cupcake wrappers are adorable and since i have an upcoming baby shower to make cupcakes for, this would be perfect!

  340. 11.10.09... says:

    I would start making invites/decorations for my son’s first b-day!

  341. Lu says:

    I would start off with paper letters for my hubby’s school bulletin boards.. and then get down to the really fun stuff like vinyl. :)

  342. Gloria says:

    I would become the party queen at my place of employment! I love decorating our little space in the building for the holidays.

    Gloria McAllister
    Roanoke, Virginia

    gloria.mcallister@roanoke.com

  343. Brenda says:

    I would use it to make vinly lettering for my home. I love the heat transfer option too! Thanks for a chance to win.

  344. I have been coveting the Silhouette since I first saw it last year. I have so many ideas in my head, but some of them of lots of stuff with vinyl, followed by heat transfer on shirts, etc.

  345. Renee says:

    I would make tons and tons of cupcake wrappers!!! I’m totally obsessed with them right now!!

  346. I really want to try one of those rhinestone tshirts for my daughter. Cupcake wrappers are pretty chic too!

    Kim

  347. Cindy H. says:

    There is so much that the Silhouette can do! I don’t know where I would start. I would probably use it most for vinyl cutting, making gifts, quotes for my wall. And cute decorations for bedrooms.

  348. Martha says:

    Would LOVE to make the cupcake holders for my son’s wedding. He’s marrying a lovely girl, and we priced cupcake holders out and decided they were too expensive with all the other wedding expenses. How surprised would she be if I made her hundreds of them in pink and navy blue for the wedding. LOVE IT! martha.harris@vanderbilt.edu

  349. I would embellish my kids clothes!

  350. I tweeted

    @diesleappraiser

  351. I wrote about it on facebbok, Patti Persia

  352. Lynzey says:

    I cater cupcakes out of my home so I would definately use it for cupcake wrappers and for the cards on the dessert table detailing the flavors etc..
    I can think of a million other things i would find to use it for in ‘event planning’…..invitations, decorations for events….awesome tool!

  353. marissa says:

    I would definitely use it to make stencils for cool shirts and of course tons of other stuff

  354. OctPumpkin says:

    This is really exciting. I wanted one of these to help with my DIY wedding, but couldn’t swing the cost. I would totally make anything that would pimp out my kitchen creations, like little boxes, tags and cards. I adore cute packaging!

  355. Nicole M. says:

    I’d love to have one of these for heat transfers, cupcake wrappers, invitations. Oh the things I could make.

    nicole_melnick at yahoo dot com

  356. Nicole M. says:

    I’m a fan on facebook and posted on the post!
    nicole_melnick at yahoo dot com

  357. Kristi says:

    Ohhhh! I’m saving my money as we speak to buy one of these… to win… that would be amazing! Then I could spend all my money on the onsies that would use heat transfer, the vinyl to cover my walls, and the glass I’d be etching! Can’t wait!

  358. Sarah says:

    Oh I want one of these SOOO bad. I’ve recently just discovered these and have been begging my husband to let me buy one. (not in the budget)

    I would primarily make cupcake holders, but probably dabble in some card making with vellum

  359. I would have to make matching t-shirts for my girls with the “more spice than sugar” and heat trasnfer. And ofcourse cupcake wrappers ;)!!

    Joleen: jjhaag5@yahoo.com

  360. TCC says:

    I love the etching and heat transfer! This is so cool!

    Callie
    callieandtodd@gmail.com

  361. Wahoo!!! Love it! I would definitely make cupcake wrappers for my baby’s 1st bday party… also, a banner, treat bags, you name it! Thank you!!!

  362. Angela B. says:

    I would use it to make rhinestone templates! I found this feature to be ingenious and amazing! I sew costumes for figure skaters (I have two daughters who skate and all of their teammates). I also scrapbook and make cards and craft like crazy. This thing would be more than used with me!

  363. My brain will simply short circuit with the overload of possibilities!!

  364. cynmaes says:

    The Silhouette is AMAZING!!! I’d LOVE to finally be able to decorate my home with all the vinyl ideas I’ve seen the Silhouette can do!

  365. Luv the Vinyl decor ideas! “Live, Laugh, Love” the vinyl cut-out letters that would be displayed on the wall in my den. So many other ideas! Thank you for such a geat giveaway! Susan

  366. Kristin says:

    I’d make everything! Vinyl decor, scrapbooking, heat transfers, paper party decor, cards, etc. I need one of these!

  367. I left a Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter!

  368. Marie says:

    I originally though this would be great for scrapbooking, but then I saw the vinyl decals on the site. I kind of have a thing for those and would love to make them.

  369. I am a Facebook fan & left a comment about this giveaway!

  370. Kristin says:

    I’ve tweeted! (@jkbaxter612)

  371. Jill says:

    I’d use it for my kid’s birthdays, invitations, banners, heat-transfer shirts and of course cupcake holders

  372. Jai's Fam says:

    I would make tonz and tonz of gifts

  373. Erica says:

    I would use this for cardmaking!
    iamtheluckiest3@yahoo.com

  374. Jenn says:

    I really want to try the heat transfer and rhinestones. And of course the cupcake wrappers!

  375. Lora Joy says:

    I would love to make cupcake wrappers!!!!

  376. Cathy says:

    The heat transfer is my favorite feature follow closely by the vinyl cutting. No teeshirt or wall will be left untouched! What I would love to make though are fabric books for my 20 month old. She’s quite the little reader.

  377. Liz says:

    Ok, seriously those cupcake wrappers are incredibly cute! SO I’d definitely make those!

  378. Erica says:

    I’m a facebook fan but couldn’t see where to comment, maybe it’s maxed out – or maybe I’ll just blonde. :)
    iamtheluckiest3@yahoo.com

  379. Liz says:

    I’m a facebook fan!

  380. Erica says:

    I follow on twitter and left a tweet
    iamtheluckiest3@yahoo.com

  381. LaurenW says:

    Wow! What an awesome giveaway! I would make cupcake wrappers, and my children’s scrapbooks!

  382. Sheeka says:

    I love the use of fonts on your computer – the options are unlimited! With the extras features of cutting vinyl, heat transfer, and rhinestones this machine can pretty much do it all! I could definitely use it to scrapbook, make gifts for family/friends as well as decorate my home!!

  383. This cutter would be fabulous for home made cards. I love giving people cards with a personal touch and this machine would take it to another level. :-)

  384. Sheena says:

    I love the cupcake wrappers. I would have to try making those. But this also cuts vinyl. And I love the vinyl lettering that you stick on a piece of tile, glass, etc. So, I would make something with vinyl. The possibilities are endless with this machine.

  385. iLiveinmyLab says:

    Other than making a whole army of cupcake wrappers, I would definitely make a custom decal for my Viking mixer as well as all sorts of neat scrap booking and card making cut outs.

  386. I would use it to create cute labels and banners for my twins first birthday.

  387. neil says:

    My wife really wants one of these. She really likes the idea of making iron on transfers. I would be the coolest husband ever if I won one for her.

  388. Mandy says:

    I would use this machine for EVERYTHING!! My first project would be to make a vinyl “Princess” sign for my daughters room.

  389. Stacy says:

    I would like to use it for all types of home decor, for the wall or a lamp shade and then also cupcake wrappers because they are so cute I can barely stand it! :)

  390. Candy says:

    I want to etch me some glass! Perfect for every gift!

  391. Laura says:

    I would make wall decorations for my house, cupcake liners, shirts, bags, all kinds of stuff.

  392. Laura says:

    I would make all sorts of things like wall decor, cards, bags, shirts, everything

  393. Are you kidding, I would make everything! I’d use it for greeting cards (handmade from the heart) and scrapbooking and to cut perfect little circles to make glass bubble magnets. Stop me; I could go on!

  394. Anonymous says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers, cake stencils, snowflake decorations, cards, all sort of craft and stencils, wrapping paper….an endless stream of possibilities! Jere james106@snet.net

  395. E n D says:

    Thank you for this awesome giveaway! The possibilities are ENDLESS with a Silhouette! I would definitely make some funky t-shirts for my one-year old!

  396. I would use it to do vinyl for my house, gifts for people, cards, scrapbooking! I love that the possiblities are endless!

    laurabfoster at hotmail dot com

  397. I love love love this! I need it! I would make vinyl for every room of the house! Thanks for the giveaway!

  398. Mairead says:

    Besides the obvious (cupcake wrappers, scrapbooking snips), I’d like to try my hand at making papel picado (the Mexican Day of the Dead paper flags) and using paper cutouts to do some fancy-schmancy spray painting.

  399. Jenn Harrist says:

    I would most definitely start with cupcake wrappers. A most important 1st birthday is next month and I need tons of crafting help. Hope this is my answer! Thanks!

  400. Greg says:

    i would totally get one for my wife, Amber! she has been going on about this machine for months now.

  401. Dana says:

    I LOVE LOVE the rhinestone feature of this machine! With two little girls, this would be used A LOT!

  402. Christy says:

    I would love to make some vinyl letters or a silhouette of my kids to frame!

  403. Debbie says:

    I would start by using the vinyl cutter and finish a few of those crafts that need to be finished.

  404. I would love to attempt some cupcake wrappers. But it looks like the Silhouette would make some incredible wall decor too. I would make some cool graphics and frame them.

  405. Kristi says:

    With 2 birthdays and the holidays coming… I would love to make some festive cupcake wrappers!!

  406. I would make lots of cards! And Halloween decorations! And if it cuts fabric there will be no stopping me!

  407. Amber says:

    I’ve wanted this little beauty for a LONG TIME! I already have a list of things I’d do:
    –vinyl for my kid’s room, wall clock, FHE box, more decor
    –party decor for my daughter’s upcoming birthday
    –glass etching

    so, so many things… I hope I win!

    mncrafts.blogspot.com

  408. I am really into vinyl on fabrics (onsies, t-shirts, totebags and pillows), but I have to admit those cupcake wrappers are calling my name :)

  409. I am really into vinyl on fabrics (onsies, t-shirts, totebags and pillows), but I have to admit those cupcake wrappers are calling my name :)

  410. I am really into vinyl on fabrics (onsies, t-shirts, totebags and pillows), but I have to admit those cupcake wrappers are calling my name :)

  411. I am really into vinyl on fabrics (onsies, t-shirts, totebags and pillows), but I have to admit those cupcake wrappers are calling my name :)

  412. lakegirls says:

    Rhinestone shirts for everyone and everything!:0)
    Thank YOU!

  413. Aimee says:

    I would make some heat transfer vinyl onesies for our new addition!!

  414. Heidi V says:

    This machine sounds A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. I would make so many things. I’d start with vinyl and I’d cover my house in vinyl objects along with vinyl on my walls. Then I’d move on to heat transfers for clothing for my kids (and who I am I trying to kid..for myself too!), then I’d try some glass etching and some paper party supplies! Oh the fun I would have with a silhouette!

  415. Danielle says:

    I am a huge crafter and scrapbooker, so I would totally make stuff for scrapbooks!

  416. Gina says:

    I have been wanting to make a framed monogram so that’s what I would do first.

  417. Joy says:

    Other than very cute cupcake wrappers, I would also use it for glass etching.

  418. Jen says:

    I would definitely make cupcake wrappers – SO CUTE!

  419. Andrea says:

    I am seriously considering starting my own cupcake shop and this would be an amazing thing to start my new little biz. I think I will invest in one regardless of if I win! I am thinking that this would be an awesome tool for other things like making paper snowflakes at Christmas and customized cards. A very versatile tool! Thanks for the introduction :)

  420. Anonymous says:

    I would love to do some vinyl crafts! aldridge456@aol.com

  421. Court n Chad says:

    I would make the cupcake wrappers, (we love cupcakes around here). But I love the vinyl decor and heat transfers too!

  422. Court n Chad says:

    I’m a fan on facebook!

  423. leah says:

    I would make lots and lots of cupcake wrappers and then play with the iron-on transfers.

  424. This is such a cool machine! I would make television themed cupcake wrappers (along with other items), specifically LOST and Dharma themed ones! I might also do The Office, Mad Men, etc.

  425. I would make some adorable lacy cupcake wrappers!

  426. Jenn says:

    This little baby is AMAZING! Oh, the possibilities! Cupcake wrappers, Gift bags, cards, scrapbooking, etc. I would love using this thing!!!

  427. Wendy says:

    I can think of at least a million projects I would use the Silhouette for from vinyl decore to scrapbooking and card making and more!

  428. Wendy says:

    I posted your link to my Facebook page.

  429. ansailors says:

    I love the tool! My first project would be creating vinyl koi for my dining room wall.

  430. Myra says:

    i would make a banner for my son’s 1st birthday party next month.

  431. i would definitely make cupcake wrappers. and this would be just in time for when i make cupcakes for a friend’s wedding

  432. bradnamy99 says:

    I would use the Sihouette for my daughters´ dance scrapbooks for sure! Tons of cute downloadable designs and fonts!

  433. I’d make some cute scrapbook titles for my layouts!

    diva2129 at yahoo dot com

  434. Writeon says:

    DROOOOOOL, this looks amazing. Could use this for scrapbooking, glass etching, so many possibilities!

  435. Steph says:

    My blank walls in my newly remodeled living room are begging for a bit of vinyl!

  436. This is awesome! Not only would I use it to make cupcake wrapers, I would put edible paper in there and use it to make beautiful and tasty designs for my baked goods.

  437. Cynthia says:

    I would totally make cupcake wrappers or designs for my cards or pages for my scrapbooking. The possibilities are endless!

  438. Becca says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers! They are so cute!

  439. Jen says:

    Oooh, I wonder if you could use them to make those decorative bake-in bread and cake pans also? I love the classic gold-and-brown paisley, but it’d be great to have some other options!

  440. Becky says:

    Vinyl projects would be first on my list…followed closely by etching. Nothing would go unlabeled or unmonogrammed in my house! :)

  441. Erica T says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers. They are so pretty.

  442. catherine says:

    I would try to make some heat transfer tshirts…think they are so cute. Your cupcake wrappers are adorable too!
    cmwilbraham@yahoo.com

  443. I want to win so I can make personalized cupcake wrappers & wine glasses for my husbands retirement party. (WOOHOO he is finally retiring from the Navy…no more time apart!)

    ~Jeanette

  444. I am following you on Facebook. :-)

    ~Jeanette

  445. Stephanie says:

    I’m really into making birthday cards for my friends, and this would help make them amazing. Or i would use it to make some interesting decorations for my new apartment.

  446. lacycox says:

    I would use it glass etching….and everything else!!

  447. Sarah says:

    I would love to use this for a lot of wedding DIY projects–like belly bands for my invitations, or sweet reception decor!

  448. natalie says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers and greeting cards!

  449. Lindsey says:

    I would use it for glass etching patterns – I usually do it with my trusty xacto but this would be sooo much easier and faster.

  450. Teresa says:

    I would start by making vinyl wall art for my home–and for gifts. But I’d have to try everyhting this can do.

  451. brandy says:

    I would love do try so many things with it…I lve everything!!

  452. Tiff says:

    I would make a damask stencil and paint my walls!

  453. Steven says:

    I would surprise my wife with it. She really wants one.

  454. cyndi says:

    wow… love the special… thanks for offering. i would love to try wall vinyl for my son’s soon-to-be big boy bedroom. thanks
    parker5@ymail.com

  455. Ale says:

    I’d love to try everything on the Silhouette site definitely!! But the wall decor would be the first thing for sure! Since I’m not a baker at all but I’d will give it a try like I said, please pick me!!

  456. Denise says:

    So cool! In addition to cupcake wrappers – which are so adorable! – I would make cards for any and every occasion AND dress up my homemade Christmas gifts with cute tags.

    Freckles72@mac.com

  457. That machine looks awsome! I would be making SOOOO many cupacake wrappers I may have no time for baking!! I would also love to make some vinyl decorations for my living rooms and the little bakery shoppe I just opened!!

  458. this machine and myself, well it was love at first site. It’s amazing and I love it. I would use it for so much. Right now I am in love with things it can do for cards. I am always spending money on new stationary and I would love to have this to make my own. I do also love the cupcake wrappers. I love baking. alohadawsons@yahoo.com

  459. i would LOVE to use this for scrapbooking pages, and my dream – to cut vinyl into the words “Always Kiss Me Goodnight” to put above my bed in my master bedroom

  460. foodie says:

    I would make cupcake holders, napkin rings, and add some pizazz to my diy save the dates and invitations.

  461. ironstef says:

    Tiaras. A different one to wear every day. I’M a PRINCESS!!!!!! ahem.

  462. Jen Clark says:

    I want to make some tshirts for my kiddos! ~ Jen

  463. I would make some shirts for my little guy. freezer paper stencils would be sooooo easy!!!!!

  464. Lauren H says:

    I spent some time looking, and as a teacher I think I’d use it for some classroom decoration!

  465. Su says:

    I’d download those cute little bird outlines and cut them out of vinyl and put them on the door frames and window sills and baseboards of my home. . add a little whimsy and fun thruout my house.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Su Soutter
    Raleigh, NC

  466. Mia says:

    I would make far too many things to list here…but definitely cupcake toppers/wrappers to start ;-)

  467. Amber says:

    I would use heat transfers to make my kiddos some football tshirts/jerseys for football season – with our favorite football team, of course. Go Cougars!

    ambersell [at] gmail.com

  468. britbrit says:

    I would immediately use it to start making the 120 Christmas cards I need to make – in August! so that I could be ahead of myself for once in my life! Thanks for the opportunity to enter :)

  469. Paige says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers. Lots and lots of them. And that would make my cupcakes extra awesome, which would come in handy when the local bakery picks my line up in a few weeks.

  470. Mariko says:

    I looove this machine! I would make vinyl wall decals and cover my entire house and classroom in them!

  471. Amy says:

    I would love one of these machines. For so many things, but mostly paper crafts and cards. I will most likely go crazy though, trying out every function!

  472. Vicki says:

    Love it!! I’m into vinyl right now so that would be what I would do first!! Thanks!!

    Vicki

  473. I would make stencils for glass etching. I just got some new glass jars for my pantry staples and the etching would look great!

  474. Tabitha says:

    I really want to try the heat transfer paper and make t-shirts for my nephew.

  475. SunnySusan says:

    I would do heat transfers, vinyls for our walls and then my teen would take over and decorate all her walls…

  476. casey aubut says:

    I would LOVE to win this for all the crafty ideas I have for my kids birthday coming up! :)
    cassandra@aubut.net

  477. Linh C. says:

    I’d make vinyl decorations for my daughter’s school lockers.

  478. Hifam says:

    This looks so fun! I would love to use the t-shirt transfer feature. I’ve been trying out some products to make canvas church bags for my children, but haven’t loved what I found. This would be great!
    hickenfam at hotmail dot com

  479. We have several weddings coming up and I could think of so many wonderful personalized gifts to make for the new couples including monogramed pillows or shirts, vinyl for home decor, even gift tags and cards.

  480. Phong says:

    I’ll most likely use it for scrapbooking.

  481. Anonymous says:

    Would love to make cupcake wrappers.

  482. kakihara says:

    I would make heat transfers–I have 3 kids every time we go to the state fair or an amusement park I make everyone where the same shirt (usually Old Navy) I would love to make my own—very cool!!.
    I also would love to make wall art for my kids rooms —and make things for my Mom’s scrap booking!!! Oh and Christmas—I would go nuts!!
    kakihararocks@gmail.com

  483. I would definitely use some lovely vinyl to add some color to my drab white walls!

  484. Anonymous says:

    I would make vinyl decals and use the heat transfer to decorate shirts. sang(at)gci(dot)net

  485. Chelsea D says:

    Well I would totally make cupcake wrappers, but I’d also use it to help me make a third artist’s book/chapbook of my poetry. I already have so many ideas!

  486. Autumn says:

    I would use the Silhouette for scrapbooking!

    awaldo10@yahoo.com

  487. Jamie W says:

    love the cupcake wrappers! I would make some vinyl labels!

  488. Erika says:

    I love all of the vinyl stuff…I would try that first!

  489. Erika says:

    I am a fan on FB :)

  490. Woodmont says:

    I would catch up on my scrapbooking!
    ktbrew34@hotmail.com

  491. Katie says:

    I would love to try the cupcake wrappers, they are adorable!
    katiedemcak@gmail.com

  492. Katie says:

    I would love to try the cupcake wrappers, they are adorable!
    katiedemcak@gmail.com

  493. courtney says:

    I would use these to make stencils for polymer clay jewelry!!!!!! Of course, after seeing these cupcake wrappers I might give that a try too. And I am terrible at cutting as well, so this would be fantastic!

  494. Glo says:

    I am making a lot of greeting cards right now, so i love the idea of using the Silhouette to create them (although the vinyl cutouts are fabulous and tempting!!)

  495. CollegeCookin says:

    I would use it to make everything cupcake like these adorable gift bags:

    http://silhouettemachine.blogspot.com/2010/07/personalized-gift-bag.html

  496. Janet says:

    I would use the Silhouette to make a heat transfer for a pillow. After that I would want to try out all of the other great features!

  497. hmferrero says:

    I would love to do some decorating with vinyl and the glass etching looks awesome too. Thanks for the chance to win!

  498. um, I would label my kids towels, the walls, etch my casseroles, make the firetruck hats on the download site…so many things, and oh, yes cupcake wrappers

  499. Oh, your cupcake wrappers are beautiful!!! I, too, am not good with the scissors; that’s why I stick to baking and AWAY from crafts! ;)

    I’d make the wrappers and some topper for my cookie bags!

  500. Karen says:

    Fantastic! The cupcake wrappers look beautiful, I would also use it for scrapbooking!

  501. Joanne says:

    I’m a baker who is all about esthetics! Lovin’ this!

  502. Tara says:

    I would make a Monogram Pillow…and some vinyl quote for my walls. The possibilities are endless!

  503. I would definitely make some cupcake wrappers & toppers! I would also use it for card making, wall art, and stencils for designing my own tshirts for my son.

    conner.ash at gmail.com

  504. I will be making vinyl decals for my bedroom!

  505. Marcella says:

    I would make definitely make cupcake wrappers, but I would also make gift bags and tags for my bakery boxes…along with things to perdy up my cupcake displays. :) I hope I winnnnn -__-

  506. snmsoomro says:

    I would love to make laptop and wall decals! i like how it cuts such detailed peices. and your cupcakes look sooo yummy!

  507. Cherie says:

    I want one to make cupcake wrappers, birthday banners, scrapbooking, everything!!!

  508. Angie Mae says:

    There is so much I would do with this wonderful machine I don’t even know where to start. I guess the first thing I would do is make vinyl decor and decorate my house!

  509. Angie says:

    Of course there’s cupcake wrappers, but if I won I would totally start with cards – thank you cards, birthday cards, wedding cards (need a lot of those this year and next!)… and invitations. I love paper crafting. Also, my husband would LOVE the idea of making shirts – it looks MUCH better than our cheapy iron-on transfers he uses.

  510. Sandy says:

    It is ridiculous how many things I could do with this machine.I would have to do at least one of everything!=)

  511. Margaret says:

    I’d use it to help my friend(s) who are getting married next year for invitations, place cards, and save the date cards

  512. JHill says:

    I would make decor for my kids’ room!

  513. Renanda says:

    I want to try etching mirrors for gifts. I have my etching paste in one hand and mirrors in the other, just waiting on this machine;)

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  514. I would use the silhouette to do some glass etching. I think it would make darling jars for wedding or baby showers. I would love to try it out. Thanks for the opportunity to try and win one.

  515. I checked out their website and blog.

  516. I love seeing everyone else’s ideas!!! Stencils for clothes, bags, canvas wall art, etc. Vinyl decals, invitations, b-day cards, wow, possibilities are endless!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!!

  517. this is so awesome. i started looking into making my own cupcake wrappers after my first few times of buying fancy cupcake liners to find that they come out of the oven looking like crap!

  518. Ana says:

    I want to make beautifull cupcake wrappers and all sorts of cupcake tags…cupcakes cards, cupcakes stickers…

  519. Heather says:

    OMG! One machine that brings together all of my creative , crafty business ventures into one! Handmade cards, ornaments, cupcake wrappers, one-of-a-kind T-shirts! I would be in heaven as I displayed all of creations en masse!!

  520. Carly says:

    Since all I do anymore is bake, I would definitely make some awesome cupcake wrappers :)

  521. Amber says:

    I love the cupcake wrappers but I think my first project would be to make vinyl home decor for my bare bathroom walls.

  522. allison says:

    I would love to make cupcake wrappers and cards and tags. And maybe some fun onesie designs for my baby boy!

  523. Kitty Talk says:

    Just did cupcakes for a baby shower and that machine would have made my life a whole lot easier! I had to cut things out by hand and it was not fun. I would have so much fun with that machine!!!

  524. Nina says:

    Ahhh! I love the Silhouette Cutter! I would make glass-etched containers and organize my kitchen! :)

  525. Kitty Talk says:

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  526. Christy says:

    I would use them to help make cute baby shower gifts with the heat tranfers. So easy!

  527. Jill says:

    I want to do a family recipe/ scrapbook for my mom, aunt & cousin. This would be perfect!!!!

  528. This machine is amazing!!! I would finally finish the scrapbook I have been working on for the past 3 years (I havent had time since I have been working on my doctorate)… heck I would probably make everyone I know a scrapbook! But that isnt all… Id try t-shirt decals, cupcake holders, homemade greeting cards… oh I am in LOVE!

  529. cookienurse says:

    I would make the cupcake wrappers and glass etching templates.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  530. Teresa says:

    I would make tons of vinyl wall art for every room in my home.

  531. Holly Days says:

    I would love to make some vinyl words for my bedroom! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  532. kindy says:

    A better question is what wouldn’t I make with this sharp new gadget! With 5 kids I am always scrapping, organizing or crafting and the Silhouette would make life easier not to mention alot more fun!! I am especially excited about the heat transfer…. personilized dishwasher safe kitchen items….be still my heart!!

  533. Carrie Me! says:

    Thanks for the chance to win this awesome machine!
    I would love to make the vinyl wall decor :-)

  534. El says:

    This would be a perfect way to fancy up the cupcakes I’m making for a wedding at a low cost to me!

  535. Nicole says:

    I would definitely make cupcake wrappers, but it would also come in handy for birthdays!!

  536. Hinterlands says:

    What would you not make with this cutter! Scrapbook designs…t-shirt iron-ons, every crafty thing your mind can imagine can be done. WOW!

  537. PickleLady says:

    I love this machine! The first thing I would try is heat transfers to decorate clothes. Then some vinyl lettering for my bedroom wall, and etched glass cloches for my SIL’s bakery… thanks for the giveaway!

  538. PickleLady says:

    I’m also a facebook fan, and left a comment there. Please pick me!

  539. Lisa Hill says:

    i am a follower on twitter!

  540. Lisa Hill says:

    I am a fan on Facebook! love it!

  541. Lisa Hill says:

    i tweeted about the contest! did ya see? would you like to follow me too? @lehlashop

  542. Lisa Hill says:

    if i won this amazing machine i would use the heat press feature to make t-shirts with my company name (Lehla Shop) on them! advertising for my company & Silhouette!
    xoxo
    lisa

  543. Melissa Darby says:

    I would make all kinds of cupcake wrappers, and also cards. So much fun

  544. seaf says:

    i would use this amazing machine to make paper hats for a fun cupcake hat party.

  545. Nicole M. says:

    I love that it allows you to create your own drawings/designs as well! This is a designer/baker’s dream come true! I’d make cupcake wrappers and so much more for every occasion!

  546. Ratty Hugs says:

    So many super ideas for gifting. What to start with first…heat transfers on shirts, glass etched goodies for the holidays, all sorts of personalized gifts.
    Please let me win the silhouette so I can start my holiday prep. ~C8>

  547. Jaime says:

    I would totally make cupcakes, but Im sure I could find many many other things to make as well!

  548. I would make some things for my grandbaby’s new nursery!!! I love this thing!!! Want one!!! Gotta have one……but I would love to WIN it!!

    Suzanne

  549. Pam says:

    I would LOOOOVVEE to make these cupcake wrappers. My kiddos would have sooo much fun!
    pdogaard@msn.com

  550. Kat says:

    I would make a gazillion things with this machine, but the first thing would probably be a onesie for my brand new baby boy!

  551. Cassie says:

    This would be so fun to use with my daughter when we make cupcakes, so awesome!!!

  552. Marie Elena says:

    Making cupcake wrappers would be amazingly fun!!

  553. I would make shirts, onsies, blankies, you name it I’ll sew it! Love this!

  554. I would make shirts, onsies, blankies, you name it I’ll sew it! Love this!

  555. I would make shirts, onsies, blankies, you name it I’ll sew it! Love this!

  556. I would make shirts, onsies, blankies, you name it I’ll sew it! Love this!

  557. Mollie says:

    I would also make cupcake wrappers. I love to bake…especially cupcakes!

  558. I would totally make cupcake wrappers. I didn’t even know you could do this before reading your blog. Delicious and lovely!

  559. Aly says:

    i would use it for home decor projects. we are redoing a 80’s feeling home we bought and trying to make it fun and fresh. Just finished oldest’s room and now on to our bedroom. This would so help!

  560. Shandra says:

    I would absolutely be starting with vinyl, but I never would have thought of cupcake wrapper! A pretty cake tray liner would be fantastic too! Now you’ve got me thinking!

  561. Emily John says:

    I would use it for vinyl wall decor ALL over my house!!

  562. Nicki Mc says:

    I’d probably get immediately started making Christmas presents and ornaments. First off would be to design and cut out houses to make Glitter Houses… then I’d move on to etched glasses for christmas.

  563. That is brilliant. I’m going to be boring and say I’d make cupcake wrappers but I’d make matching cards to go with them :)

  564. what an awesome machine! I make plushies and it would be cool to use the heat transfer function to put my name on my plushies instead of hand making all my labels!

  565. Aw I’ve just seen you have to live in the U.S. – never mind then :(

  566. Kate says:

    While I absolutely LOVE the cupcake wrappers you’ve featured, my cupcake skills aren’t quite up to par enough to go in such fancy wrapping. So if this machine popped up at my door, I would go crazy with vinyl and etching!!

    Thanks for the chance!!

    Kate

    kate5mckenna@yahoo.com

  567. Kristy says:

    I want to try cutting vinyl!

  568. Kristy says:

    I follow you on twitter! @onecraftykristy

  569. Kristy says:

    i tweeted you too! @onecraftykristy

  570. Rebecca M says:

    This is awesome! I would make cupcake wrappers, and cake bunting streamers!

    Or mini tiara’s for a tea party!

  571. Megan says:

    I am redecorating my sons room to be a “big boy” room..*tear..hes not my baby anymore..moving on. Basically I would craft my life away redecorating his room and pretty much everywhere. mmm cutting my own vinyl! LOVE it! 86.megan@gmail.com

  572. Megan says:

    Im a new facebook fan!! :) and i left a comment!

  573. JudyR says:

    I would totally make cupcakes wrappers. It would be awesome!

  574. Crystal says:

    Wow! I would make cupcake wrappers, birthday cards, my boyfriend is an artist so we could make vinyl decorations for the walls, amazing the things I could do with this!

  575. Patrice says:

    I love those adorable cupcake wrappers, and have been planning to try to make them for a while now. I would love to win the Silhouette machine, and of course I would be making cupcake wrappers. This is an amazing giveaway!

  576. Becky says:

    I am hoping to win one of these soon! I would love to make my kids some back to school shirts using the heat transfers. :)

  577. Christi says:

    I love the monogram letters the best..I want to put them on my walls, in frames, on pillows and I want to make Christmas gifts too…

  578. Katie says:

    This machine is amazing. I think I would make cupcake wrappers too. I think I would make my first ones for my new baby’s homecoming party.

  579. wgleaves says:

    I want to try the glass etching on my cooking dishes and bowls…

  580. Garilyn says:

    I would make some clothes with the heat transfer tool.
    blessed.mama4 at yahoo dot com

  581. Garilyn says:

    like on facebook and left a comment
    blessed.mama4 at yahoo dot com
    Garilyn S.

  582. Garilyn says:

    follow on twitter and tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/blessedmama4/status/20314933204
    blessed.mama4 at yahoo dot com

  583. Pam says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers, t-shirt stuff, gift tags, cards….you get the picture. Love it!!!

  584. maid marian says:

    What wouldn’t I make with one of these babies? Many home decor projects would be in my future.

  585. Katarina says:

    I would definitely use it for cupcake wrappers, as well as gift tags and scrapbooking. It would be useful in making cool decorations for Halloween as well.

  586. maid marian says:

    I tweeted about this giveaway and am now following you on Twitter.

  587. I would definitely use in my card making – cut tags, flowers, etc. But I have been dying to try the vinyl cutting. So cool!

  588. ive been wanting one for months!!I really want to create my own vinyl wall decor for my home and little personal touches around the house and as gifts for others. I am really loving the glass etching too! I wanna try it!! :)

  589. Mama J says:

    I’m involved in so many baby showers that these cupcake wrappers would be the perfect touch! No more cutting by hand!

    This machine is amazing!

    I would also play around with the heat transfers.

    janellepevans (at) gmail (dot) com

  590. Lacey says:

    I want to make vinyl labels for everything!

  591. Tricia says:

    I would totally make cupcake wrappers… but also, I’m an avid (but poor) scrapper… so this would help in all those creative ventures.

  592. Anne says:

    Everything. I would make popup books, die cut business cards, a skirt or dress, bags, some frames , and decorate everything with 3d handmade flowers everywhere!

  593. Tia says:

    I would use this for SO many things, but probably mostly for making vinyl wall art!! I love it!!

  594. Anonymous says:

    WOW! What wouldn’t I do! First of all I would start by making the cupcake wrappers, cakepops or cake bite wrappers too! Then I would use it for scrapbooking, cards and photo borders. Then I would have to say making the wall vinyl would be an additional project. I can think of so many different things – its CRAZY!!! :o)

    Cassiopeia

  595. Janey says:

    I haven’t ever thought about the cupcake wrappers, add that to my list now! I also will make a zillion homemade cards…I LOVE homemade cards!

  596. Valerie says:

    The idea of etching designs on glass is awesome. So are wall decals . . .

  597. Tia says:

    Became a facebook fan, and commented:
    Tia Bertinelli Martin

  598. Sarah C. says:

    I am not certain its wide enough, given that I couldnt find the dimensions of the product ontheir website, but I would try to make doilies for under cakes and pies. Most of them you find at the store are the same tired design.

  599. Lydia K. says:

    i would make cupcake wrappers… vinyl wall decals for my room, the bathroom, the living room, the dining room etc etc etc & update some lampshades!

  600. Cupcake wraps are a no-brainer, I would totally be churning those out. I would also use a Silhouette Cutting Tool for making garlands, ornaments, and decorative paper napkin rings.

  601. I would make heat transfers, cupcake wrappers, vinyl letters, etch glass, decorate a onesie for my grandson who will be born next month. I would use it for all the parties I have. Yay, no cartridges to buy!!

  602. Lucky's Luna says:

    I would make vinyl decals because I’ve been wanting some cool ones for the longest time! Definitely a few cute silhouettes of cats and flowers!

    luckysluna(at)yahoo(dot)com

  603. Aimee says:

    I love the white heat transfers on dark tees. Makes a gross tee shirt look awesome!

  604. Lucky's Luna says:

    I follow you on twitter as @luckysluna and tweeted your giveaway message!

    http://twitter.com/luckysluna/status/20321922399

    luckysluna(at)yahoo(dot)com

  605. Tara says:

    OK, I don’t even know why I bother, since I never win these things anyway. That being said, what a cool way to make cupcake liners, which is what I would do! I didn’t even realize I could make them myself!

  606. mynameis says:

    I would use it for scrapbooking! And also to make cards and what not. :)

  607. kdub says:

    Oh the possibilities! I would use the tool to make an intricate pattern in the matting of a photograph and then frame them together!

  608. Sandra Adams says:

    I give all personalized gifts, so I’d use it for all different types of things. From putting a custom design on kids clothes or aprons, to fun scrapbook pages, handmade cards, and more!

  609. Anonymous says:

    My mother will be 90 in September and we are going to make cupcakes for her party. We will have one Giant Cupcake for the table and assorted smaller ones for the guests. It would be wonderful to be able to make special wrappers for them. Sandy in South Dakota.

  610. Edana says:

    Oooh, yes, I’d make cupcake wrappers when I was bringing them to a party or something. And I’d make cards, or embellishments for cards. And I’d take really really really good care of the machine so when I get married I can make a million decorations, invitations, and pretty much everything else myself!

  611. Oh yeah, I’d make cupcake wrappers! I do a “Cupcake Monday” every month at work. I made wrappers once, but it took very long to cut them out, and of course I couldn’t do cute lacy edges! Also – I’d use it to cut hexagonal origami paper.

  612. Ziggyeor says:

    Oh how cute! I wouldn’t have thought of cupcake wrappers! I do scrapbooking and paper crafts but that’s an adorable idea for baking!

  613. Krysta says:

    I would try to design and make Japanese Shadow Puppets. I was first introduced to them in high school and they are hugely fascinating, and fun to play with, but very tedious to create with oak tag and exacto knives.

    I would also use it to make much more intricate may day baskets than I have traditionally done.

  614. Chelle says:

    I would use it for scrapbooking, cupcake wrappers, and probably some fancy massage gift certificates!

  615. Tawnya says:

    Cupcake wrappers are good, but I would probably make my own appliques.

    tawnyatee@yahoo.com

  616. Shawna says:

    I would love to bless my good friend with this wonderful tool. She makes beautifully elaborate handmade cards and still lovingly cuts out or punches each design element by hand. This would greatly increase her turn around time. What a neat tool!

  617. Shannon says:

    I would make vinyl wall decor for my unpaintable walls.

    zibbityoffers@hotmail.com

  618. Shannon says:

    I “liked” your facebook & commented on your post!

    zibbityoffers@hotmail.com

  619. Shannon says:

    I followed you on twitter & posted your comment!

  620. I would love to try my hand at vinyl words for our playroom and images for our home. I also want to use it to make paintings and expand my custom kids designs.

  621. I would soo make cupcake wrappers!!!
    I didn’t think there was a way to make them that pretty myself!!

  622. I am more of a glass etching girl myself, but I must admit, the cupcake wrappers are to die for. Good thing the Silhouette can help with both!

  623. Zom G. says:

    I have a pressing need to turn my bedroom walls into a reproduction 17th century east-asian tapestry. Um. Yes.

  624. nicole says:

    That is so nifty! I think I would use it to create special accents for my wedding scrapbook/photo album, which is very boring and plain right now. And… not done. That too.

    airfeelcolorswim (at) gmail.com

  625. Tiffany says:

    I would so use this for EVERYTHING…like shirts for the kiddos, glass etched dishes for the mother-in-law

  626. Tiffany says:

    I became a facebook fan and commented on the post

  627. Nessie says:

    Oh my gosh I want one of these so bad!!! I would make cupcake wrappers for all my friends and even random strangers, I would then make my wedding invites for my wedding next year, then thank you cards, then hey how are ya cards and hey look at my new gadget cards…oh the possiblities!! :)

  628. The Caubles says:

    I would DEFINITELY make cupcake wrappers, and then I would make cute little individual boxes for each cupcake to go in. And I would have to use the glass etching tool to make a personalized cake pan for the boxes to go in. And heat transfer something awesome onto shirts for my kids to deliver the cupcakes to my friends and their friends and even people we don’t know… And since my daughters love things that are shiny, I would have to add rhinestones to their shirts. And I might even jump into making cute labels or tags or cards for the cupcake boxes. Oh, the possibilities are endless!!!

  629. Zeitgeist says:

    Nah…..I don’t want a “digital cutting tool”! I will just manually cut it, cause I’m dat gud!

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!!! I want one of those, please!!!!! I can totally see myself going around the house and cut everything with it!

  630. Mang says:

    I would make class tshirts for my students.

  631. Tracie says:

    I would give it to my friend Tiffany Hulsey Rossen because I know she would make awesome stuff and send it to me!

  632. I would use it for scrapbooking and of course VINYL cutting! Oh the fun that can be had!!!
    shaunapiper@gmail.com

  633. Liz says:

    I love to bake and make creative decorations. So I would make cupcake-wrappers, but also three-dimensional shadow boxes.

    -Liz

  634. OMG! I would have vinyl decor all over my house! I want to use it to make stencils and paint over canvases. It would make awesome house warming presents!!!

  635. Judy says:

    Oh my gosh!!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this machine. I have wanted one for S-O-O long. I love the vinyl cutting and would use it for decorating my home and for making gifts. I also love the glass etching and the paper shapes for cards and handouts I make for my church class. I make pillows and would use the heat transfer. The possibilities are endless. I have my fingers, toes, and eyes (if necessary) crossed. HOPE I WIN!!

  636. René says:

    I love the idea of cupcake wrappers but I think even wrappers for small, one tier cakes would be fantastic. Although, if I won this I’d give it to my mom who wants to be a professional pastry chef and makes some really amazing cakes. I know she’d make some wrappers for my own little cakes too.

  637. Audrey says:

    This machine looks amazing! I would make cupcake wrappers and branded logo stickers for my cupcake business!

  638. iamb says:

    Cupcake wrappers! Vinyl, cards, this is such a fun giveaway! THanks so much for the op!

  639. I would use the sillhouette for some vinyl decor…specifically some words and quotes. I love all of that stuff.
    heatherweener@yahoo.com

  640. ds says:

    I would LOVE to use the Silhouette for cupcake wrappers and for labeling glass canisters, etc.

  641. I’d love to do some glass etching to make simple, but personalized gifts. I also would love to use the vinyl lettering for my classroom (I teach 3 and 4 year olds) and my home!

    Amanda
    the.odells@hotmail.com

  642. Freddie says:

    I would use it to make cupcake wrappers and probably also for nice center piece things.

  643. Barb says:

    I would use this awesome machine for so many projects, but my favorite and first would be something using the vinyl.

  644. if i were lucky enough to win this, i would use it to help make my daughter’s first birthday the best party ever!! i would make a onesie, birthday banner, cupcake liners, invitations and thank you cards, party hats, i could go on!! stevanieshepherd@yahoo.com

  645. if i were lucky enough to win this, i would use it to help make my daughter’s first birthday the best party ever!! i would make a onesie, birthday banner, cupcake liners, invitations and thank you cards, party hats, i could go on!! stevanieshepherd@yahoo.com

  646. if i were lucky enough to win this, i would use it to help make my daughter’s first birthday the best party ever!! i would make a onesie, birthday banner, cupcake liners, invitations and thank you cards, party hats, i could go on!! stevanieshepherd@yahoo.com

  647. if i were lucky enough to win this, i would use it to help make my daughter’s first birthday the best party ever!! i would make a onesie, birthday banner, cupcake liners, invitations and thank you cards, party hats, i could go on!! stevanieshepherd@yahoo.com

  648. Lindsay says:

    I would use this to make heat transfer pillows for a new (to me) couch that is in desperate need of some cute pillows!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    lindsayzockoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  649. Kowanda says:

    I would make some vinyl wall art. Hey, cupcake wrappers are a great idea. I could do that for birthday parties, school parties, etc.
    kowandamcbride at yahoo dot com

  650. Kowanda says:

    I like you on facebook and left a comment.
    kowandamcbride at yahoo dot com

  651. Kowanda says:

    I follow on twitter and tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/Kowanda/status/20333137690
    kowandamcbride at yahoo dot com

  652. sfaller says:

    I would start off by using it to etch, but cupcake wrappers, vinyl lettering for the walls, it all sounds like fun to me! Thanks for the chance to win one!
    Sarah
    sarahchiasson@hotmail.com

  653. Salisbury's says:

    I would love one of these, they are so awesome!! I would start with vinyl (wall art, fun crafts, labeling items) and then I would do some heat transfer – I love that!! I think it is so cool you can do SO many different things with just one machine!!

    shay_shaun at yahoo dot com

  654. Rebecca says:

    I’ve wanted one of these forever! The cupcake wrappers are so awesome so that would be the first and then maybe a wrapper for a fancy Torte or cakes. Using the vinyl I would make great wall stickers for my daughters room too……….so many ideas.

  655. Nina says:

    I loved the idea on the website about making shadow cut outs and decorating a wall with them! So cool! I just bought a house and so interior decorating touches are so interesting to me now!

  656. Katherine says:

    I would use it for wrapping goods or all kinds, scrapbooking, and cutting patterns for crafting. Good luck everyone!

  657. I would for sure make cupcake liners – so cute and easy to personalize! Love it!

  658. Janey says:

    I want a Silhouette so bad! I have many, many projects in mind!

  659. lesley says:

    I would make vinyl for sure, but I would want to try it all, I think the glass etching looks really neat.

  660. Mrs. Tuskey says:

    This is the most amazing machine! I would use it for scrapbooking and other paper crafts, cupcake liners, and home decor! Good luck everyone!!!

  661. Lorraine says:

    I commented at facebook and became a fan!

  662. I really want to make a vinyl growth chart for my friend with little ones! too cute!

  663. Lorraine says:

    I thought I would decorate my laptop, but now I am falling in love with fancy cupcake wrappers!

  664. Kliik says:

    I would make a t-shirt saying I LOVE CUPCAKES and then make cool wrappers for everything.

  665. Diane says:

    I would start with vinyl wall art…GREAT giveaway!!
    jdeb@bresnan.net

  666. Maria says:

    I work in an elementary school and there are endless projects we could use this for. I’d be a hero to the teachers (and kids)

  667. happyelliotts@fairpoint.net says:

    oooooooo! I love the cupcake holders. I’d make a million of those. I would also make hang tags for crafts that I make and sell at a store I work at. I would also use it to make pretty signs to use around the store. happyelliotts@fairpoint.net
    Bonnie

  668. Anonymous says:

    I would make a million cupcake holders. Love them1 I would make hang tags for crafts I make. I would make signage for the little gift shop I work in.

    Bonnie

    happyelliotts(at)fairpoint(dot)net

  669. Pooh! says:

    I want to make invites and labels and banners for my lil girl’s sweet treats birthday party coming up

    poohsden at gmail dot com

  670. Katy Hardin says:

    I’d make cupcake wrappers and would etch glasses and glass bowls and dishes for gifts!

  671. violet78 says:

    I’d use it for scrapbooking & photo album labels.

  672. Dana Furlo says:

    I want to make a flower decal for my new laptop.

  673. Dana Furlo says:

    I left you a comment on your facebook page.

  674. Ivy says:

    OMG! You are off the hook girrr!

    Um… I would do so many htings with this. Decorate journals, bakery gift boxes. Make little tags. make cards. It would be awesome.

  675. I would TOTALLY make cupcake wrappers!!! Love them!

  676. Alecia says:

    I would love to make eco friendly cupcake wrappers that could be sold to raise money to help the environment. I love this machine btw!

  677. Cait says:

    Oh, It would be hard to resist making scale architectural models with it!
    It would actually help with my portfolio, as I want to remake most of my models. Sure beats an exacto!

  678. sherry says:

    I Love this idea! I would make cupcake wrappers for sure, But I think I would share with my super scrapping sis in law :)

  679. Anonymous says:

    I’m the lucky 201 person to post. I win!

  680. Beth says:

    The cupcake wrapper are amazing and I would try those, especially for a bake sale. However, I would start with scrapbooking and cardmaking. An early jump on Christmas cards!

  681. Lizz says:

    I would make tons and tons of bulletin board stuff for my future classroom.

  682. Virginia says:

    i would use it to make stencils for tshirts for our family’s annual badminton tournament :)

  683. angela says:

    I’d try the heat press first. I’d love to win one of these!!!

  684. taralynnjane says:

    Everything! I would use it to make vinyl decorations for my baby’s nursery. I would also make vinyl decortations for every other room in my house! My husband thought I was bad with paint…he would think I went crazy if I got my hands on one of these babies!! lol

    I would use it for my paper crafting as well. I do a lot of scrapbooking and collage art. Having this machine would make my life so much easier! Goodbye exacto knife.

    I would love to try out the etching as well. I collect glass jars and it would be so much fun to be able to put labels on them.It would take them to a whole new level of kitch!

    I would use the heat transfer too. I love making my own clothes for me and my baby. I would love to be able to make my own designs.

  685. I would monogram everything! Thanks for the chance!

  686. Beth says:

    I would love to have one of these to make personalized glass etched Christmas gifts for everyone on my list this year!

  687. Jen says:

    Cupcake wrappers, of course! They are so adorable!

    In case it doesn’t show up, my email is jen.kemp@yahoo.com

  688. Ryndi says:

    I would use it in my classroom. I would use it to make vinyl word walls, and I would have to use it to wrap my cupcakes!

  689. georganne says:

    I would use it to make stencils…and of course cupcake wrappers!

  690. Ellen Marie says:

    I would use it for everything! Such as… making handmade cards – so I don’t have to rely on Hallmark to get my meanings across – and scrap booking, and of course, packaging delicious edibles!

  691. Courtney says:

    Wow! What an incredible giveaway! I would make some adorable wall art. And do some glass etching. So cool!

  692. Courtney says:

    Also, I like you on facebook!

  693. Daurene says:

    I want to do it all… :)

  694. Jodi says:

    My first project would be vinyl decor for the entertainment center I am transforming into a play kitchen for my daughters.
    jodi
    jodiyoungman@gmail.com

  695. This tool would be a wonderful one to have! I feel creative even looking at it! I would make artsy mats for photographs! They could replace the same, boring ‘ol frames! Being that I like to bake, I would love to make wrappers for cupcakes too; but they could also wrap cookies, little flat apple/cherry pies, and candies. Food in the wrappers would certainly make for a more interesting table!

  696. I would make vinyl wall clings for all my granddaughters’ rooms. They would be so thrilled. ★Linda★

  697. Jill says:

    I would start etching glass and I would love to make lots of wall decor!

  698. angelaphotos says:

    Love the idea of using it on fabric for my sewing projects!

  699. jwarddesign says:

    I would love to win this! It will make all my cupcake with a stylish look. I love scrapbooking too.

  700. Steph says:

    If I was to get a Silhouette, I would totally use it to print my niece’s first birthday invitation. Perhaps it would have non-traditional edges or I would have a few layers of different elements on it. It would definitely be an awesome tool to create a cute photo album too!

  701. R.Grave says:

    first thing i’d make are some stencils!! i do love your cupcake wrappers though, what a neat idea.. i didn’t even think of using it for that. lol

  702. So fun! I would make cupcake wrappers for sure! mandi @ itscome2this dot com.

  703. ricks family says:

    I have been wanting to make a vinyl growth chart for my kids…but no cutter I would love to win. janericks@yahoo.com

  704. Brooke says:

    I would LOVE to make cupcake wrappers, and cards, and scrapbook embellishments, and sketch journaling, birthday gifts, wedding favors, and…..whew!, the things I could do! Thanks for the chance to win!

  705. close@dishmail.net says:

    Love the cupcake wrappers….can also see making snow flakes, stationary and cards….not into scrapbooking, but maybe would start.

  706. Brooke says:

    oops, my email didn’t show up, lol! Here it is, dfamilyofsix@comcast.net Thanks again!

  707. Kelsey says:

    I actually just made a bunch of cupcake wrappers by hand for my girls birthday party last week. (I bought the cupcakes though so we would make a great pair!) The first thing I would make with the Silhouette would be some vinyl cutouts for my girls bedrooms though. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!
    kelseybehrend@hotmail.com

  708. Tiffany says:

    I totally want to make the cupcake wrappers, even more so now that i’ve seen the options. Also love the vinyl and heat transfer options
    tiffern@frontiernet.net

  709. Tiffany says:

    I also left you a comment on your facebook page!

  710. AmandaLP says:

    I would make cupcake wrappers. but the fabric stuff looks good, so I would probably do a cupcake shower curtain!

    amanda at attemptedcooking dot com

  711. Missy says:

    I would love to own this wonderful machine! My friend just purchased one and raves about it! I would use it for 1000’s of school crafts and your cupcake holders are a must!

  712. Jackman Clan says:

    I’ve been wanting to cover some books for display – how cute to add labels…

  713. yvesrising says:

    Oh my,what would I make with a Silhouette…vinyl wall art, pesonalized gifts, cards, wedding favors, party invites, scrapbook pages and tags for my embroidery and craft items to start; and of course…a couple of cupcake wrappers for sure. That is of course if I can manage to save one to wrap ;)

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  714. Bethany says:

    I would make lots of word cards for my daughter…so…”my baby can read.” :)
    bethanyg153@gmail.com

  715. suneeta says:

    I would definitely make some cupcake wrappers but I would also love to make some nice cards and gift labels. What a great giveaway!

  716. Laurel says:

    “What would I make?” I think the right question is “What would I NOT make?” So maybe it won’t make dinner – but I would have super cute etching on all my dishes. And maybe it can’t clean up – but I could make some awesome chore charts :) I would still have to mop the floor, but all the while, I would be day dreaming of all the fun projects that await me!

  717. Cupcake wrappers are adorable, but glass etching is where it is at for me.

  718. Anonymous says:

    Just for starters I would love to make individual place mats for each guest at my granddaughter’s sixth birthday party — their names scrolled around two scalloped edges; and paper cutouts of their names to create a powdered sugar name on individual birthday cakes.

    Rae

  719. Heather M says:

    The cupcake wrappers are fabulous. I’d also use it to spice up my card making and paper crafting skills.

  720. LC Greene says:

    I would DEFINITELY use this machine to cut out some beautiful wall decals for my brand new bedroom.
    Not to mention make some awesome customized birthday and christmas gifts.

  721. Marissa says:

    Oh my god that thing is amazing. I would definitely use it to make some wall art. I’ve always wanted a wall with the lyrics to “Imagine” on it, and have never been able to find any stick-ons or stencils for it. I’d finally be able to make my own!

  722. Tara says:

    Thank you for a chance at this giveaway.

    Other than cupcake wrappers, I would love to use it for card making.

  723. I would make lampshades, and paper cutouts. I’d also get an early start on the Christmas decorations, and make my own doilies for every occasion!

  724. I would make all kinds of vinyl projects! On vintage windows, walls, signs etc.
    I need to win this giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win!
    gail

  725. I am a fan of silhouette on FB ! Yay!
    gail

  726. following you on twiiter and tweeted what you asked! :)

    gail

  727. Terri Hoy says:

    Would love to win this un time for Christmas crafts

  728. Terri Hoy says:

    Posted on facebook for a 2nd chance

  729. Stacie says:

    I would make birthday signs for the teacher’s birthday board, glass etching and cupcake holders for my 2 children’s class.

  730. I would make the cupcake holders they are too cute! But I also like to scrapbook so using it for scrapbooking would be a plus!

  731. jamie says:

    the cupcake wrappers are SOO cute! i’d make those plus wall decals!!

  732. Justina says:

    I would so love to win this! I would do a bunch of vinyl decals. My house needs some sprucing up!

  733. I love the cute ideas that this has to offer, my favorite are all the vinyl possibilities, and the clothing options.

  734. Tammy B says:

    tambee tweeted :)

  735. Tammy B says:

    i would totally make heat transfer graphic tees for my 3 fashionistas!

  736. Anonymous says:

    I would make special greeting cards for our great-granddaughter!

  737. Tanie says:

    Oh. my. goodness. HOW CUTE!!! I would definitely make cupcake wrappers, adorable cards for all occasions, and scrapbooking!! The possibilities are endless!

  738. Ashley Mason says:

    There are SO many things I want to make. The first think I would make is a growth chart for my girls room. I hope I win!

  739. Laurie says:

    I so need this for my cupcake venture, I could make so many different cupcake wrappers of my own design. Sweet!

  740. Chels says:

    It’s so cool that they have a blog to show new things to do with this great machine!

  741. steph says:

    I want to make cupcake wrappers!! I hate cutting them out by hand.

  742. Sabrina L. says:

    I am a novice baker and just started getting into fondant covered cakes. I have a family wedding next year. I could definitely use this for the invites, favors, and decorations.

  743. Eunice says:

    I would make invites and cards for every occasion!

  744. Diiiii says:

    thats so cool! i hope i win!

  745. aila says:

    so in love with this machine! i’d make fancy cupcake wrappers for my daughter’s baptism next month :)

  746. Heather says:

    I would love to create lots of fun vinyls.

  747. SJI Radio says:

    I want to make a party outfit for my family’s Thanksgiving turkey. Wouldn’t that be fun. I’d probably end up by making crowns for the pies as well.

  748. LaurenW says:

    I would be making the cupcake wrappers, i like to have dinner parties so i would be able to make cute place cards and so may other things.

  749. xavier says: <