Silhouette Software Giveaway

Remember those Glass Block Bookends I made a couple of weeks ago?  That project would have been much less stressful with one of those electronic cutting tools from Silhouette.  I don’t own one, but you can bet it’s on my wish list.  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve clicked on a photo of a cute project and found out it was made using one of those handy machines.

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The nice people at Silhouette contacted me recently to see if I’d be interested in sharing their Black Friday sale details with you.  I’m always up for a good sale, so of course I agreed.  I promised I wouldn’t release the details until Friday, but if you’re eyeing these like I am, you’ll want to come back!

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They also wanted to know if I thought you all would like to participate in a giveaway.    Of course!  They’re offering a copy of their Silhouette Studio Designer Edition software upgrade (a $50 value) to one of you!

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All you need to do to enter is follow Silhouette on Pinterest, then leave a comment here about what you would make with a Silhouette.  You have until midnight on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 to enter.  The winner will be announced on Friday morning, along with the details of the Black Friday Sale.

Stay tuned…I’ll be sharing more giveaways and sales this week!

25 thoughts on “Silhouette Software Giveaway

  1. I’m interested in cutting fabric, iron on transfers and miscellaneous shapes for applique. A rotary cutter just doesn’t offer the precision and hand cutting is just too labor intensive.

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  2. I want to make an apron and tea towels. Also some lettering for my daughter’s attic bedroom…thanks for the great giveaway. Been trying to win one of these for so long. Fingers crossed.

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  4. I would make all kinds of things for my classroom and gifts for my family. I think that it would be so much fun to make all kinds of vinyl words/pictures projects, I might go vinyl crazy!

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  5. I am a follower. I would love to use it to make appliques for t shirts and bags. I could also use it for projects in my preschool classroom and library.

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