Make Amazing Crafts Easy! Silhouette Portrait Electronic Cutting Machine Giveaway!

I’m super excited to share this post with you! As you know I love to craft. I’m a scrapbook girl at heart and if you’re a long time reader you know that my blog was a start of my crafting. Lots have changed since I started in the paper world though. So much is done electronically now and things that were daunting tasks are now just a click of a button away.

There are so many things you can do with one of these electronic cutting machines! Elizabeth from BeingMVP just made this awesome Frozen Christmas Advent with hers! Click the link for a full tutorial on how to make this fun craft for your Frozen obsessed child and have fun with your countdown to Christmas!

Disney's Frozen Advent Calendar {A Silhouette Craft}

My Silhouette Portrait is currently in route to my house so I will be sharing fabulous ideas on what you can make with this too. If you don’t have one of these machines you will definitely want to make sure you get one! Make sure to subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss out on any future crafts or promotions! To check out other great crafts you can make with the Silhouette check out my Pinterest Board and for the best possible deal always remember to use my promo code: SPOTTED at checkout on the Silhouette site!
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Right now one (1) Mom Spotted readers has the opportunity to win ONE (1) Silhouette Portraitยฎ Electronic Cutting Machine!!! To enter use the Rafflecopter form below. Good Luck! Win a Silhouette Portrait 2014
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Contest ends 11.20.14 at 11:59pm.
Open to US/Canada Residents, 18 & older.
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Giveaway is not associated with Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest. Prizes will be fullfilled by Silhouette America.
Winner cannot have won another Silhouette America giveaway in the past 90 days.
Winners should expect their prize to arrive within 4-6 weeks.

 

Comments

  1. says

    So awesome!! I would make holiday crafts and decorations with my girls!

  2. says

    The twitter handle you have for Silhouette is actually @Silhouetteam so I fixed that in my tweet!

  3. http://Nikki says

    I’d love to use the stencils for the glass etching!!

  4. says

    I want to make crafts using glass bottles I have!

  5. says

    I would love to make cards and holiday gifts.

  6. says

    I love the advent calendar idea! I think I’d also create some wooden signs that looked old and weathered.

    boylaneely at hotmail dot com

  7. http://nicole says

    i would my daughter some christmas time shirts with the heat transfer method! frozen anyone???

  8. http://Erin says

    I would love to use the fabric interfacing to make some cute cute projects as gifts! I love handmade stuff ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. http://Colleen%20Boudreau says

    I would use it to make Christmas cards.

  10. http://Nea says

    glass etching fo sho!

  11. says

    Definitely cards for Christmas!!!

  12. http://Natalie%20S says

    Would love to make some custom stamping prints to add to my boys bathroom and basement bathroom.

  13. http://Kim says

    O def cards for family!!!

  14. says

    I would use this to create all kinds of holiday decorations, Christmas cards, and even some stencils for some holiday themed shirts for the kids.

  15. says

    I want to make some cute Christmas cards.

  16. says

    holiday cards! with the kids is always nice to send my family overseas

  17. http://Christina%20Foley says

    I would love to make some place cards for our annual Christmas Party. So fun! The Tissue Paper Stained Glass Windows | Fall Kids Craft is also super cute!

  18. http://Merry says

    Love the advent calendar! I’d have a lot of fun making gift tags.

  19. says

    I would create window decals – some for a hundred+ of us who want to honor someone we all love.

    Then I would do fun stuff like snowflake decals for my windows, etching in glass, and learning how to do more crafty stuff like cards and tags and all kind of things!

  20. http://carol%20clark says

    i would like to make some hoilday gift cards that and some ornaments

  21. http://Angela%20Cash says

    I would love to use the Printable Cotton Canvas to create personalized fabric adornments from our holiday photos. I would also like to make labels for the homemade goodies I will be gifting using the Printable Silver Foil.

  22. http://lisa says

    I’d love to try something cool n different like this

  23. http://nicole says

    I would use it to create some banners to hang from the mantle and i would make some holiday cards for the holidays.

  24. http://Kimberly%20Schotz says

    I would make vinyl adhesive cookie jars

  25. http://Pam%20O says

    I would make Christmas cards for my family.

  26. http://Devon%20F says

    I’d love to make Christmas cards!

  27. http://Lauren%20H says

    Christmas cards

  28. http://Tammy%20F. says

    I would use it to make labels and personalize gifts.

  29. http://Margaret%20Smith says

    I would like to make Cards and labels. Thanks so much.

  30. http://Rust says

    I would decorate containers for baked goodies for Christmas.

  31. http://Stephanie says

    I would love to make a snowflake wreath for the front door!

  32. http://Ann%20Fantom says

    I would use the Silhouette to make embellishments for my homemade Christmas cards

  33. http://Alisha%20Kostiuk says

    I would make personalized Christmas tags.

  34. http://nickie says

    I would make Christmas cards for my family.

  35. http://Sara says

    I would try to make personalized blankies with their names with the sewable interface for fabric

  36. says

    love to do some christmas cards.

  37. http://Nancy says

    Stenciled door mat

  38. http://sandra says

    maybe the tip for removing the “Cheers” text in the main circle of the straw slider design and replacing it with the guests’ names to make Thanksgiving Placecards

  39. http://Raquel%20Beaty says

    I would love using this and the heat transfer kit to make some shirts for my children and maybe a cute pillow case for the Grandmas. ๐Ÿ™‚

  40. http://Melissa%20M says

    I would make a Christmas countdown.

  41. http://Jennifer%20Shaw says

    I’d love to make personalized Christmas cards and gifts!

  42. http://Michelle%20C says

    I would like to use the heat transfer to create hoodies for the kids! Thanks for the chance to win!

  43. http://Bobbie%20Smith says

    I would love to use it to make some Holiday cards, and probably some awesome heat transfer shirts for my grandkids!

  44. http://Katherine says

    I might to some glass etching on glasses for favors at Christmas

  45. http://Christine%20W says

    I would love to made handmade cards for the holidays…how fun!

  46. http://Linda%20R says

    I would use it to create Christmas cards and make rhinestone shirts to give as xmas gifts

  47. http://stephanie%20macdonald says

    to make some Christmas cards

  48. http://JLin says

    Silhouette CAMEO

  49. http://Linda%20G. says

    I would love to make Christmas cards and tage

  50. http://hedgehogi says

    I would love to make cards and do some Christmas sweaters!

  51. http://Betty says

    Love to make some personalized holiday cards. My daughter I’m sure would want to create some stamps

  52. http://Shelley%20C. says

    I would make some personalized glasses using the Glass Etching starter kit.

  53. http://Carol%20Nine says

    I’d use the Heat Transfer Starter Kit to create sweatshirts for the grandkids for Christmas.

  54. http://Francine%20Anchondo says

    Christmas cards

  55. says

    I would like to create custom holiday boxes for chocolate gifts. ๐Ÿ™‚

  56. http://Kim%20Keithline says

    I would make custom labels for the home made holiday gifts I make

  57. http://Sharon%20Schoepe says

    I would make gift tags and cards

  58. http://Jessica%20orlando says

    would love to make placecards or ornaments for the Holidays!

  59. http://Rebecca%20Brewer says

    I can’t wait to make my Christmas cards.

  60. http://Jane%20(EJ) says

    I would make holiday t shirts for our family & friends gathering

  61. http://Kayla%20Goldberg says

    I would love to win this!!!

  62. says

    It would be fun to make Christmas cards and decorations ๐Ÿ™‚

  63. http://Kim%20Kihega says

    I would use it to make Christmas cards!

  64. http://MaryBeth%20(@misaacmom) says

    I would create a happy holidays vinyl cutout to use on our wall

  65. http://BeckyM says

    I would create some gift labels!

  66. http://Leela says

    I would make Christmas cards.

  67. http://Shay says

    I would make an advent calendar.

  68. http://Melissa%20S says

    If I won the giveaway my first project would be the autumn leaves wreath, then I would make lots and lots of pantry labels.

  69. http://Sarah%20VM says

    I’d use the glass etching starter kit to make personalized wine glasses for my family.

  70. http://Missie%20Freeman says

    I would use the paper cutter to make a stencil for decorating cakes with powdered sugar.

  71. http://Carla%20S says

    I would make the home sweet home doormat for a present and a snowman quilt.

  72. http://Laura says

    I’d love to decorate christmas ornaments!

  73. says

    I love making Cards and I’m sure this would be a wonder to work with. I found an amazing stenciled card I would love to try: http://blog.silhouetteamerica.com/2014/06/tutorial-stenciled-flower-card

  74. says

    I would love to make some fun decorations and cards this year!

  75. http://sheryl%20granholm says

    I would totally riff off of your idea and make an advent calendar!

  76. http://Betty%20B. says

    I would love to use etching cream to make custom made candle holders!

  77. http://Julie%20L says

    I’d love to use the glass etching to make some personalized gifts!

  78. http://Susan%20Broughton says

    If i won this I would make our family Christmas cards and maybe some cool decorations for the windows etc

  79. http://nannypanpan says

    I would use it for an advent calender

  80. http://beth%20shepherd says

    I would use it for to make cards.

  81. http://JODI%20HARRINGTON says

    I want to do some custom quilting!

  82. http://Aubrey%20Claybrook says

    I would love to have a Portrait! I love scrapbooking and paper crafting!

  83. http://Laura%20J says

    I’d love to make some holiday artwork.

  84. says

    The first project I would use the Silhouette to make is chapstick holders. I’ve been dying to cut some custom ones for a party I have later next month.

  85. http://amy%20rouse says

    I’d use it to make banners for birthday celebrations for my grandbabies

  86. http://ten%20b. says

    I think I’d try something with heat transfer vinyl.

  87. http://Virginia%20Rowell says

    I would create some Christmas themes on wine goblets for the table.

  88. http://Jessica%20H. says

    I was thinking it would be neat to make some gift tags, but then I saw you can do heat transfers, and that would be so cool to make some custom made clothing! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  89. http://Shae says

    I have the cameo and would love to have the portrait to take with me when i travel

  90. http://Beth%20R says

    I would love to make some gift tags or make some Christmas cards

    • http://Beth%20R says

      or maybe some heat transfers on to a platter?

  91. http://Jenna says

    I would love to create a holiday Shadowbox with vinyl letters!

  92. http://Elsie says

    I do volunteer work, making decorations and art work, and this win would be perfect to enhance my greeting cards, placecards, wall decorations etc.
    It seems there are limitless possibilities!

  93. http://christine%20j says

    I would love to make some cute baby onesies for the holidays.

  94. http://Tina%20W says

    I would use it to make cutouts to decorate the tops of my jars of homemade jam!

  95. http://Tina%20W says

    I would make cutouts to decorate the tops of my homemade jars of jam.

  96. says

    I would have to use Pinterest to find something creative. I can copy almost anything but never come up with them on my own. I would try something fun but simple to start like cards for the kids to give out or tags for presents

  97. http://Elizabeth says

    I would love to try making something out of vinyl.

  98. says

    What an awesome giveaway! Thank you for the chance. I would love to win this one and make our own homemade Christmas Cards, so we can send them out to friends and families. ๐Ÿ™‚ So awesome!

  99. http://Jeane%20Campbell says

    Using the Silhouette Portraitยฎ Electronic Cutting Machine I would be making table decorations for Thanksgiving. Really fancy ones as this machine can handle the fancy, delicate cuts!

  100. http://Stephanie%20Shipley says

    I would love to use this to make some beautiful Christmas cards and holiday decorations.

  101. http://Melissa%20Baker says

    I’d like to make Christmas art for the mason jar gifts I’ll be making

  102. http://saralynns2 says

    I think homemade christmas cards would be so much easier with this!

  103. says

    I would use it to make some paper garlands. I love this type of thing.

  104. says

    I love the stenciled door mat – perfect for our new home!

  105. says

    I think I’d like to make Christmas cards and also invitations for our holiday housewarming.

  106. http://Jennifer%20DaMomme says

    I’ve been really starting to get into crafting with my kids more lately this would be perfect for me!

  107. http://Jennifer%20Kasprzak says

    I would use vinyl and heat transfer paper to make Christmas gifts.

  108. http://Julie says

    I would make the christmas cards and the invites love this gadget..

  109. http://Kortnie says

    I would make labels for Christmas gifts

  110. says

    the heat transfer onesie printable would be awesome for my grandson!

  111. http://McKim says

    I would make my Christmas cards with this.

  112. http://Laurel%20O. says

    I’d love to make Christmas gifts using pictures/words to put on mason jars and fill them with goodies.

  113. says

    This would have been so helpful for my wedding invitations and decorations! Oh well, it’ll be nice to win this for when we have a baby!!!

  114. http://Katy%20P says

    I would love to make the Autumn leaves wreath

  115. http://Mike%20Perkins says

    HOOK
    The Silhouette hook is an essential tool for weeding vinyl and heat transfer cutouts.

    I actually do cut vinyl for my business, Would love this for stencil cutting.

  116. http://Terra%20Heck says

    Iโ€™d create Scrapbook Layouts Featuring Corrugated Paper and holiday place cards. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)Hotmail(dot)com

  117. http://M%20Moore says

    I’d make an Autumn Leaves Wreath. Thanks for the chance to win.

  118. says

    I would make customized cupcake wrappers and confetti!

  119. http://danielle%20Marie says

    i would use it for decals to put on mason jars! so cool.

  120. http://anthony%20ciofani says

    I want to make crafts using glass bottles I have!

  121. http://joe%20gersch says

    i would use the vinyl for decorations

  122. http://Katrina%20P says

    I would use this to make cards for family birthdays and anniversaries as well as embellishing my scrapbook pages.

  123. http://Laura says

    I’d really love to make my own advent, it’s something I’ve wanted to do for awhile. I havn’t yet because I really want it to look nice, and this would really help make that happen!

  124. http://Lori%20Overton says

    I want to try the etched glass

  125. says

    I would use the Portrait to make all kinds of crafts, I’d love to design my own printables with custom cut outs. Oh and DIY Christmas gifts!

  126. http://Susan%20Chester says

    I would like to create photo calendars for my family for Christmas.

  127. http://April%20Croissant says

    I would love to use it for the glass etching and making Christmas cards.

  128. http://Cindy%20B says

    I’d love to make my own stamps to make Christmas cards.

  129. http://Linda%20Manns%20Linneman says

    I could use the stamping starter kit. This is such a great giveaway. Thank you so much

  130. http://Faride says

    I would like to use the Etching Cream to design some holiday glasses for my co-workers.

  131. http://Jill says

    I would use some of the fabric ink to make my daughter a fun Christmas shirt.

  132. http://Daisy says

    cards and labels

  133. says

    I would use it to make personalized greeting cards!

  134. http://Deb%20Anderson says

    I’d use the vinyl starter kit to make special gifts for friends/family. So many possibilities!! I have never owned any kind of crafting machine like this, and I’d love to see just how inspired and creative I can get. ๐Ÿ™‚

  135. http://d3christie@gmail.com says

    I would love to use the Silhouette for patterns for glass etching. I could make some very pretty etched glassses for gifts.

  136. http://Nichole says

    I would like to use this to make snowflakes to hang from the ceiling. Thank you!

  137. http://jeni%20Lutz says

    I would use it to make Christmas cards and a countdown to disneyworld

  138. http://Jaime%20Nicole says

    I’d love to create handmade Christmas gift tags!

  139. http://Desiree%20Dunbar says

    I’d love to make a scrapbook for my sister for Christmas.

  140. http://Lorena%20Keech says

    I would love to make our Christmas cards this year.

  141. http://Danielle says

    I’ve been dying for a silhouette!

  142. http://Emilie%20Proctor says

    I would make decorations, cards, and ornaments!

  143. http://Erica%20B. says

    I would make our holiday cards.

  144. http://Terry%20F says

    I would use it to make team announcements

  145. http://Carolyn%20Daley says

    I would use the stencil pens to help design personalized holiday cards.

  146. http://Leanne%20Godfrey says

    I would use it to create some photo magnets!

  147. http://Michelle%20H. says

    I would love to make decorations with adhesive vinyl.

  148. http://KIM%20M says

    holiday cards. one year wedding anniversary this holiday. ๐Ÿ™‚

  149. http://carrie%20c says

    Heat Transfers for t shirts ๐Ÿ™‚ My girls would have a blast!

  150. says

    I’d make some amazing cards and tags for my homemade jam

  151. http://Michaela%20R says

    I’ve grown up with having advent calendars in around the holiday seasons, so I think i would love to create the advent calendar!

  152. http://Rae%20L. says

    I like the idea of etching bottles.

  153. http://Evelyn%20Driver says

    I would love to make window clings for my kids classrooms.

  154. http://Jill%20Myrick says

    I would create decorative vinyls for my windows, cards for friends and family, gift tags and place cards for our holiday parties with the Silhouette Portrait.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  155. http://Lesley%20F says

    I would make Christmas cards

  156. http://Melina%20R says

    I would use the heat transfer to make some holiday tees for the kids.

  157. http://Brittney%20House says

    I would like to make a holiday calendar.

  158. http://Robyn%20Norris says

    I would create backgrounds and borders for my vision board. And fun Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations.

  159. http://Amy%20M says

    It’s a simple idea, but I’d make stencils for decorating desserts. Nothing beats a simple powdered sugar design, and doilies are boring!

  160. http://Tarah says

    I’d etch glasses and use them as hostess gifts

  161. http://tina%20reynolds says

    I would love to make Christmas cards with it so unique

  162. says

    I want to make some custom shirts!

  163. http://Teresa%20Thompson says

    I want to make ornaments and cards.

  164. http://Laura%20J says

    I always wanted to try glass etching!

  165. http://Hollie%20Jahnke says

    I love the Thanksgiving finger puppets.

  166. says

    I would use the Heat Transfer Starter Kit to create for the holidays.

  167. http://Amy%20Deeter says

    i would like to make some christmas cards for my family and friends

  168. http://Laurie%20Emerson says

    I would create Christmas cards and some snowflakes for decorations.

  169. http://Vikki%20Billings says

    I would use it to make cute place cards for seating for Christmas dinner, like snowflakes or Christmas tree ornaments.

  170. http://Cathy%20Hudgins says

    I love that Pilgrims Hat!

  171. http://Cathy%20Hudgins says

    pilgrim hat

  172. http://MARIA%20simon says

    I would use it to make Christmas cards

  173. http://Christian%20Alejandro says

    It would be great for some Christmas Cards.

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