It’s the Silhouette Cameo…

Time’s up!

The winner of the Silhouette Cameo is:

#642 Caitlin

Congrats Caitlin! I’m so excited for you and your new bundle of joy. I’ve sent you an email!

Guys, I’ve got an awesome giveaway to share with you today. It’s the brand new 12-inch Silhouette CAMEOâ„¢ personal craft cutter. Like a printer, the Silhouette plugs into your computer with a USB cable. However, instead of printing it uses a small blade to cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, fabric and more.

The new CAMEOâ„¢ can now cut materials up to 12 inches wide! It comes with the software to create your own designs, and you can also cut out any font on your computer, including all the Kevin & Amanda Fonts! The Silhouette is Mac and PC friendly.


Silhouette CAMEOâ„¢ Craft Cutter Giveaway
($299.99 value)

One Kevin & Amanda reader will win:

  • Silhouette electronic cutting tool
  • Silhouette Studio® software for Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac® OS X 10.5.8 and higher
  • 51 exclusive cuttable designs
  • Power cable, USB cable
  • 12″ cutting mat
  • Cutting blade
  • $10 gift card to the Silhouette Online Store
  • Your choice of a starter kit (Fabric Ink, Vinyl, Heat Transfer, Rhinestone)

Check out some fun projects you can make right away with your starter kit:

1. Heat Transfer. How about some amazingly adorable aprons made by Make It and Love It from Our Best Bite’s doodle font?


Photo via Belle Maison

2. Vinyl. Vinyl stickers on appliances? What a fun way to cheer up the laundry room!


3. Rhinestone. There are so many options for rhinestones, I love these cute pumpkins.


4. Fabric Ink. Create your own brushed artwork with custom made Silhouette stencils and fabric ink.


Check out Silhouette on Facebook and Pinterest for more great ideas!


How to Enter

To be entered to win the Silhouette CAMEOâ„¢ giveaway, just answer the following question in the comments section of this post. What’s the first Silhouette project you’d try? I still need to try glass etching!

Contest ends Saturday at 8 pm CST. One entry per person, please. This contest is open to US residents only. Winner will be selected by and announced here on Sunday.


Silhouette CAMEOâ„¢ Promotion

Now through Monday, October 31st, you can take part of the Silhouette CAMEOâ„¢ introductory promotion. Use the coupon code KANDA to get the Silhouette CAMEOâ„¢ and your choice of a starter kit (Fabric Ink, Vinyl, Heat Transfer, Rhinestone) for $299.


Good luck!

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2,648 Responses
  1. S Carr

    I would love to win a silhoutte cameo. It would help take my business to the enxt level. Thank you for offering the opportunity to win one!

  2. joyce

    The very first thing I would make is printing on fabric, i think it is so cool to be able to do that. thanks for the chance to win

  3. Sherry Murphy

    I would love to use it to cut fabric too!! I could make sooo many cute onesies for all my nieces and nephews!!

  4. Caitlin

    I would make big sister/ little sister shirts ( we just found out we will be having our second girl in March) yeah!!!!


    I love the vinyl decals on the washing machine! I’d like to try making some lettering for our homeschool classroom.

  6. Jessica

    My first project would be to make vinyl sayings for my wall…I could save myself a ton of money that way!

    Then I would start working on homemade Christmas presents for family, friends and my sons teachers :)

  7. Heather

    I have a red square plate that I got on clearance. I want to make some vinyl wording for a “Cookies for Santa” plate!

  8. Kay K

    My first project adventure would be making my Kindergarten students class t-shirts with the Silhouette Cameo Heat Transfer. Sounds like so much fun and they would be so thrilled!! What a great giveaway.

  9. Raimi

    I would like to create myown vinyls! FIngers re crossed that I am the winner! Thanks for the giveaway and have a Happy Halloween!

  10. Deborah (Scrappy Beads)


    Thank you for the opportunity to win a fabulous Silhouette Cameo… what a dream come true that would be… *Ãœ*!!

    My children and I would ♥♥♥♥ to make Christmas cards for soldiers who are fighting or who have fought for our country… *Ãœ*!!

    Have a beautifully blessed weekend!!


  11. Robert Hansen

    I would create unique stationery for my cake business which would expand to to include business cards, aprons, chief hats and coats. The business cards would be cut uniquely around my designed logo featured on my Web site. This is for starters. I would also consider using this machine for my other construction business: Bella Cosa Construction, Inc. (

  12. Tara

    LOVE this giveaway! Would loooove to have a silhouette!!! I would make a subway art board with family rules first!!

  13. Kirbie

    Oh PICK ME, PICK ME…please! I would definitely try something with fabric transfers so I can make some cute onesies for my first baby due in 2 weeks!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. Cheryl Yasso

    I would make a wall saying/decal that would make the children I evaluate in my office more comfortable since they tend to come from abusive homes.

  15. Sarah B

    I have never used a vinyl cutter so I really want to try something with vinyl for my boys’ room, but I think I’ll have to try some fabric cutting for pillows in my living room too

  16. Jessica S

    I am a graphic design student and all of the concept we create we have to make a real life ‘mock up’. With this machine I would be able to save so much time, I’m sure my projects would look better, and it would be a fun experience at the same time! My first project would most likely be my wine bottles I have to create, I can actually make a label! Second would be my shirt design project (we have to create 6). Third would be my CD project, I could create a cool decal to make the cover pop out. I also love decorating around the house, so all around this would be an awesome win!!

  17. Becky Morse

    The first thing I’d do is make Christmas gifts for my neighbors and co-workers. Great way to make super cute, inexpensive gifts!

  18. PixelBerryPie

    I’d probably use a Silhouette mostly for creating stencils to use in crafts. It would be awesome to win one of these machines!! Thanks for the chance.

  19. Diane Marrs

    I would love to win the Silhouette Cameo so I can do some glass etching for Christmas gifts. Thanks and God Bless!

  20. Lindsay

    I would make some cute t-shirts for my boys with the fabric ink first. I also want to try to make as many things for Christmas as I can, so I’d love to use the Cameo for that – glass etched pieces, calendars and chalkboard menus using vinyl, clothes or pillow covers accented using heat transfer or fabric ink – SO many possibilities!

    Thanks SO much for the giveaway!

  21. Alana

    I would have a hard time choosing which project to try first, but probably would use it to make some holiday attire for my daughter. It looks like a lot of fun!

  22. Teresa

    I want one of these so badly, but can’t come up with it now. I have seen so many ideas that I want to try, banners, frames, clothing transfers, my car!

  23. Dana B

    I would use it to etch glass. I’m eyeballing those big glass canisters, and need a great way to etch them.

  24. marcy dunaway

    I am dying to get my hands on one!!!! My first project would probably be with vinyl followed by fabric!

  25. Laurie Johnsey

    RHINESTONES! I would try rhinestones. I had no idea it would even do that. I’ll bling some things up!

  26. Cara J

    I’d try some of the cute fabric things with the heat transfer material! I love all the cute kids clothes ideas I have seen lately!!!

  27. Jayne (aka Granny)

    I love the idea of glass etching, so I’d definitely try that first (I’ll let you know how it goes!). After that, all things I could do for my four beautiful grandkids is just mind boggling!

  28. Lori

    I’d love to try a fabric project – but then again, vinyl would be so tempting! Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

  29. Rachel jones

    I make everyone in our family cloth bags with their names on it for Christmas. Try to get everyone to use less plastic bags at the store. Also, would love to do the glass etching on my glass jars in the panty.

  30. L.B.

    So many ideas, but I would so try cutting out your fonts..I use them all the time and often wish I could cut them with my cricut machines. Awesome giveaway

  31. Mary Lynn Evans

    I would love to try the rhinestones! That looks so neat! I would love to win one! I’ve been wanting one for a long time.

  32. sharon dale

    My first project would be decorating the walls of my daughters playroom down stairs…… we had a flood and had to redo the room. Would love to make it feel more special to her again!

  33. Trisha D.

    My first project would be using the Heat Transfer Kit to make some awesome new shirts I pinned and actually DO some of the things on pintrest :D

  34. Amanda

    I have been wanting to make silhouettes of our three kids forever. That would be my first project for sure! What a great giveaway!

  35. Sheneka

    The VERY first thing I would make is a rhinestone shirt for my little princess! She loves bling bling!! :-)

  36. Noelle Frye

    We are getting ready to move and this sure would come in handy in decorating and personalizing our new apartment!

  37. Sam Samaras

    I would make vinyl cutouts for my 6 year olds new room in our new house we’ll be moving into in less than a month! I would do this, as we also will be having twins in the next month (yes, we know that’s crazy, to do all this at the same time), and I want him to feel special in his new room.

  38. Laurie C.

    I would be thinking of Christmas gifts…bags, aprons, etc….but the vinyl looks great, too! Thanks for the chance!

  39. Leslie W

    What’s the first Silhouette project I’d try? since I live in a apartment with a lttle less privacy than I’d like, I think I’d like to try vinyl stickers for my windows!

  40. rozannah trockel

    I would definitely cut out some paper leaves for our Thanksgiving tradition of filling a bare tree with all of the things that we are grateful for.

  41. Tamara

    I’ve found that I really could use a Silhouette for making stencils to use in my wood crafts. I’m always needing new stencil designs cut out, and sometimes they are too intricate for handscissors. It would be so great to win this machine!!

  42. judi

    I would do something with the vinyl…I don’t have any of the cute words in my house and would love to make some.

  43. Amy Melniczenko

    I’d do some vinyl decor projects for our home! Particularly something for our very boring, drab living room! :) This been on my list but I need to get me a Silhouette to do it :)

  44. Sheila MacLeod

    Would love love love to own this machine!!! I’d makes lots of fancy titles and borders for my scrapbook pages. Thanks Amanda for the shot at it!!!

  45. Ashley Parker

    I have some picture frames that vinyl lettering would add the perfect touch to! I would love to win this!

  46. melissa coyne

    hmmm…so many things i want to try, but think i would have to use the cameo to cut fabric for sewing projects! thanks for the chance to win!

  47. Katie Wells

    I would LOVE to win the Cameo! My first project would be subway art!! Then something with fabric, I’ve seen some neat bags and a rug I want to paint on!! Please pick me!!

  48. Ellen D

    The first project I would tackle if I were lucky enough to win the Cameo would be a massive project of etchings my many glass containers in my pantry. I would have so much fun picking just the right modern font to use!

  49. Lora

    I would love to cut out some really cool designs to wrap around candle holders! And make some really cute tote bags!

  50. Kristi

    I’d take it to work, and have the kids come up with designs to decorate the walls! Cinder block is not cute, no matter what color it’s painted!

  51. Stephanie L.

    I have wanted one for such a long time… to do list is super long! But I would begin with some vinyl crafts for Christmas!!!

    Thanks for offering us a chance to win this amazing machine!

  52. Janet

    I am a librarian at a preschool. I would use the Silouette “bling” for a bulletin board. Little kiddos can’t have too much sparkle.

  53. Danielle

    I would definitely use it first to create AMAZING fronts to my christmas cards. I have been into fine paper cutting art, and would fall head over heels to create my own intricate designs. Then I would make a Christmas gift for my Grandmother that Ive been planning, but that seemed so over the top when needing to be done by hand-blade: I would make sillouettes of all our family. Then… well, There are so many possibilities it is impossible to name them all!

  54. Amanda H.

    I have about a million ideas for Christmas swimming around in my head, but some shirts with rhinestones and fabric paint would make the day of my 3 little girls.

  55. Lindsay Gill

    My goal is a homemade christmas and this would be GREAT!
    Glass etching, Teachers gifts, wall decals for my son and nieces room. The list goes on and on. I would love this!

  56. Stephanie

    I would do glass etching! I found a great tutorial for personalizing a glass baking dish with the family last name, it would be the perfect wedding gift for my cousin!

  57. Jessica

    I would try the glass etching first! I’ve got some pyrex dishes that will be going around to holiday parties, that I want to make sure I get back.

  58. Barbara Davis

    I have been admiring a Silhouette for some time. The avenues that a Cameo would open would be limitless. I love crafts and sewing. I would probably try it out first on tackle twill. Would be wonderful to be able to import the designs from the computer vs cutting them by hand.

  59. Weiweigirl

    Shirts! Aprons (on little girl’s dresses)! Xmas cards! Xmas gifts! Decorations!

    Ah, too many possibilities… too little time…

  60. kayla conn

    i would have to try the aprons!! i’ve been wanting to make mama & mini aprons & that would be perfect!! =D <3 your blog, thanks for all the amazing info & inspiration! =)

  61. Ruth G

    The first Silhouette project I’d try would be heat transfers to beautify and personalize my canvas shopping bags!

  62. Haylie

    It would be a toss up of doing a bunch of heat transfers onto my baby girls clothes or to do some vinyl designs I can put on the wall in her room! Choices choices!!

  63. Kris

    I have some great vinyl projects that I have on my To Do list, but some totes or aprons would make some great Christmas gifts for the kids and I to work on! To many crafts…not enough time! Hope to win! Thanks!

  64. Crystal Sanders Thompson

    I would love to make some vinyl stickers to decorate my girls’ room!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  65. Jennifer Richardson

    My 10 yr old daughter is wanting to update her bedroom “tween” style! If I win I would love to use the Cameo to help her with this. I can already picture some cute Subway art wall decor and fun and funky toss pillows! Would be great getting creative and spending some special time with my little lady :) Thanks!!

  66. Mary

    I would love to use the vinyl and make my own decals for our laptops! Then we would know which is which! 0r is it witch is witch?

  67. Jenn

    I’m torn between a fabric project for my kids and vinyl labels to organize my pantry. Thanks for hosting this great giveaway!!

  68. Hann

    I think my first project would a rocking shirt for one of my boys..who ever could stand momma’s excitement as the machine cut everything out!!!

  69. Kat

    I would host a craft party! I would make banners and streamers and little doilies for their tea, (because I would serve tea and orange pop) haul out my supplies and set up the Cameo. IT WOULD BE AWEEEEESOME!

  70. RJ

    I would love to make some vinyl wall stickers for a remodel for my girls’ room, and playing around with fabric would be great fun too!

  71. Tricia

    The first thing I would try is some glass etching with some intricate cutting and I have the perfect snowman in mind.

  72. Dyan Chin

    I have been watching so many people creating with their Silhouette these past months. I think I will start with some subway art for my kids rooms and of course, Christmas gifts for all!

  73. Brittney

    I would use it to try the glass etching. I saw a photo of a monogrammed mirror and it looked awesome. There are so many awesome things that it does I wouldn’t know where to stop. I am an education major as well so classroom ideas are endless.

  74. Laura Rich

    My son has an idea for a custom t-shirt which I didn’t know how to do. This would definitely get us going full force to making his idea a reality.

  75. Nuria

    I would use first for customizing a cute simple fabric bag for the gym with some fun words, from that on there are infinite projects in my mind!

  76. Suezi Gurzi

    I have so many projects that i want to tackle. but first would be soe subway art in vinyl, that I then can frame. the second would be cute t-shirts for my nieces!

  77. Michaela

    I saw some glass vases at Hobby Lobby yesterday that were screaming at me wanting to be bought and etched as gifts for Christmas!

  78. Cami Meinkey

    I really want to make some fun holiday decorations! I could make alot of things with this amazing machine!

  79. KellyJ

    I’d definitely do glass etching first!! Or wait…maybe vinyl transfer. Either way, I have a long list of DIY Christmas gifts I need a Cameo for!

  80. Pam

    I would love to try to cut vinyl to decorate a nursery we will be needing soon. I also do scrapbooking and help in a third grade classroom . The uses are endless.

  81. teri pastorino

    oh my gosh first of all thanks for the amazing giveaway
    there are so so many projects i want to try. i think the first one is that i want to make some images for some pillows

    but i also saw this idea for linen sheers (cutains) and i would love to do a custom design for the panels and sew them up into curtains for my living room!!!

  82. Christy

    I never would have thought of putting vinyl stickers on appliances but I love that idea!! I would definitely try that one first!!

  83. Heather

    I’ve been looking for a paper cutter like this recently and I wasn’t very happy with the limitations the cricut has – but this looks like the machine for me!

    I would go to town on the scrapbooks I have waiting for me to create – I just have been lost on the titles and layouts. I know this would be a BIG help!

  84. Melinda Shapro

    What an amazing tool! I’d definately start with a vinyl project first. My washer/dryer could use some colour!

  85. Mandy Larson

    The first Silhouette project I’d try would be curtains for my best friend’s living room. She just got married this past weekend in Florida. The wedding was AMAZING but pretty expensive with all the cost incurred from being a bridesmaid. Having said that, my wedding gift was far less than wonderful and being that she’s amazing and one of my oldest friends I promised her I’d be making it up to her at some point. When I saw your post for this AMAZING new craft cutter, I thought it would be the perfect way to jazz up there new condo. See, Jamie and her new husband Ben are renting a beautiful condo in Jacksonville Beach FL but considering Jamie can’t find a job and they are newly married they haven’t really “decorated” and by haven’t really decorated I mean everything is still in boxes, no curtains, no pictures… NOTHING! This just doesn’t work for me so my first project(s) would definitely be to help get some color and style going in their new home and new life together. Please help me give her the wedding gift(s) she deserves!

  86. Myka

    I would love to make Christmas gifts for my daughter, nieces and nephews, cutting fabric to make appliques and more! So many ideas and possibilities! Thanks so much for this giveaway opportunity!

  87. Ellie

    Gaaah, so many awesome things in that gift basket! I’d love to try playing around with scrapbook paper and creating fonts/different cut-out letters to make things with… out of the four you mentioned above, heat transfer sounds the most amazing– think of all the t-shirts and things you salvage if you just spruced it up! <3 Thanks for the giveaway!

  88. Karlea

    What a great giveaway!!! I would try vinyl stickers around the house to help schedule my 4 kids. I have a million places I’d stick them!

  89. Maria

    Ohhhhh – I’d actually have to try something for my washer! That wld look outstanding in my laundry :) Thanks for the opportunity.

  90. Amy

    This is AWESOME! I think I would start with vinyl. I have so many things I want to put vinyl on. Thanks for the giveaway!

  91. Julie

    My sister is about to have a baby and I would totally make her custom baby onesies for each month her sweet little baby girl gets older to take pictures in.

  92. Ashley Yost

    I have so many projects dreamed up already, if i won one. But, first I would make something for our little boy who is due nov. 28th.

  93. stephanie j

    I’ve been wanting this ever since I heard it was 12×12! The first thing I’d use it for is handmade cards, but I’d be excited to try some fabric transfers too!

  94. Brandi B

    Definitely want to try the vinyl subway art. I’ve got a wall just aching for it! Thanks for the opportunity!

  95. Sara Joy

    I would create customized silhouettes of my family and so many other things! I want my house to become “silhouetted”!!

  96. Dana K

    I can’t wait to try the glass etching I saw the cutest etched glass dish on pinterest and I have been dying to try it ever since!!

  97. Jackie

    I would probably cut a cut sign for my craft room door. Or maybe something for my Boston Terrier, Chopper! :)

  98. Cyndi

    OMG! What a fantastic giveaway. I have been dreaming of a silhouette cutter for so long….and i love this new one that can cut 12 inches. As for my first project, I think it would be vinyl to put some sayings on my walls. My cat knocks all my photo frames off the walls, so they are pretty boring…but vinyl quotes and decorations would be perfect!!!

  99. Heather LaFrance

    I would either rock the rhinestones and make a rhinestone turkey shirt for my daughter or vinyl T’s for Christmas card photos!!!!

  100. Catherine

    I would definitely try the vinyl for my laundry room first. With a baby on the way, I want to make my soon-to-be-often-used laundry room a more enjoyable place to be.

  101. Karlene

    Definitely aprons for our annual family Christmas cookie swap we started while my mom was still alive. Love to make little chef hats for the junior cookie makers who’ve since joined our group

  102. Brittaney

    Ahhh! I want this so bad! 1st project- decorate my washer and dryer all cutesy like the picture you posted!

  103. Laura Turnmire

    If I got the Silhouette, I would make some Germany embellishments for my Germany trip. They are not easy to find!

  104. Dawn Bennett

    I’m normally a paper fan, since it’s so simple, but if this was as easy as it looks, I’d do vinyl for my daughters mirror in her room!

  105. Haley Hill

    I would love to win! The first thing I would make would definitely be some Christmas decor or presents…maybe subway art?

  106. Veronica @ Café con Leche

    I found your site through Picky Palate and I’m so happy I did! You guys are so cute and your recipes look delish! I’ve never seen this silicon stuff before but glass-etching definitely sounds cool!! :)

  107. Missy Harding

    I would make a fabric…something. Like the apron. But that washer with the flowers? wa-owe. I have way too many things on my list!!

  108. Carol Fleming

    I would love to try the heat transfer…those aprons would make cute Christmas gifts!! I so hope I win!!!

  109. Robin

    We have a Golden Retriever and I would love to just bling her collar, I would also love to alter my front loader too, it’s white and needs something to it. lol
    I would love to win this. And probably would have to make some things and give to family and friends to see how this machine can perk up anything.

  110. Lisa Casper

    There are so many things to try, it’s hard to know what to try first! Probably some cute vinyl decor to help my poor bare walls. And make as many Christmas gifts as possible! Thanks for the giveaway!

  111. Rachel

    I would start with somr fun pillows for the holidays with the heat transfer, then on to cards, t-shirts, home organization (got to make the boring stuff fun!), and some classroom projects for my kiddos!

  112. Robbin

    I would design something on a canvas tote bag for my daughter. She is a teacher and carries lots of grading home every night. This looks like a great product!

  113. Melissa Power

    the first thing I would make is a banner for my son’s first birthday party that is in just a few months!

  114. Aly K

    I would either try glass etching or making some vinyls for my washer and dryer, because they could certainly use a colorful update!

  115. Chelsea Thompson

    I would love to try the fabric paint option with the Silhouette Cameo. So much more efficient than handpainting!

  116. Nancy Etling

    I would definitely try the glass etching. Have been trying to find wine glasses to customize and can’t find any , so I suppose I will have to try and make my own1

  117. Christie

    I could definitely use it for a homeschool project with my girls. I’m all ready brainstorming ideas for sight word games :)

  118. rwheeler

    My first project would be to make some cute fabric baby shoes from the new pattern using the fabric interfacing.

  119. Kim Freeman

    The first project I would try with the brand new Silhouette Cameo is a custom vinyl number plate for my son’s racing kart.

  120. AliciaC

    What a cool machine! Heat transfer ideas are blowing my mind right now. I’m thinking personalized cloth napkins at the Thanksgiving table would be an amazing first project. fingers and toes crossed!

  121. sarah moulton

    I would love to make something with fabric and than have tons of fun exploring all the other things that can be done!

  122. Amber

    I’d make some of the great vinyl transfer projects I’ve found on pinterest! Perfect for Christmas gifts!!

  123. Nancy

    What would I use it for? Clever little quotes that would show up in unexpected places like the inside of a cabinet door, the back wall of the hall closet. I can think of a zillion places for them to pop up!

  124. Heather Tillis

    O, I would have to try some awesome stuff for my office. Nothing is more entertaining than decorating and not working!

  125. Lillian Child

    I have an old victrola (spelling?) that was my grandmothers that I would LOVE to update with some fabulous stenciling.

  126. Sarah

    I am currently renovating my laundry room. My washer & dryer are boring solid white, I would make the vinyl stickers to cover my washer & dryer!! So fab!

  127. Jacqueline

    So many things to try! But I have been dying to paint this, but was too nervouse and now I will make a vinyl transfer to write “Hold on to your fork, the best is yet to come” around my kitchen table or on my kitchen wall.

  128. Dawn

    Wow, would this have come in handy this week as I craft decorations for my daughter’s 5th birthday party! I would probably try something with fabric first, cute holiday shirts for my kids or something, but there are so many projects I’d love to do with this machine! What a fun giveaway!

  129. Ashley

    This machine looks amazing! I would love to make some holiday projects in vinyl! And a Christmas Rhinestone shirt for my little girl.

  130. Kathy D

    I would try the iron on vinyl. My daughter and son-in-law told us they were expecting by putting a plain onesie in with hubby’s birthday present. I would love to personalize the onesie and give it back to my daughter for my new granddaughter.

  131. Jessica Hornibrook

    I would make some designs for my son’s nursery. We’re moving soon and he’ll FINALLY have a nursery rather than being in the living room. Vinyl decor would look so awesome!

    I would absolutely LOVE to win this! I have wanted one for a long time but with my husband in college it is too expensive right now. So I use an exacto knife for the projects I work on which works but doesn’t look great.

    Thanks for doing a giveaway!!!

  132. Carol

    I think this tool is amazing! I want to try it all, but since I am a fiber artist I’ll start with cutting some fabric. I applique fabric that I have shibori-dyed, onto clothing, so this will be a fabulous asset.

  133. Mary Jo Smith

    I’d love to use the fabric paint to make a birthday shirt for my little guy – he’ll be 4 in December! :)

  134. Katrina

    I would LOVE to win the Silhouette Cameo! I am lusting after this machine. For the last year I have been making a list of everything I would make once I had this machine. Unfortunately, rent and feeding myself have prolonged my purchase so It would be a dream to win this!

  135. Megan Goodin

    I would LOVE to win the Cameo. I have wanted a Silhouette for years!! The first thing I would do is make some vinyl quotes/images to stick on some of the bajillion old windows sitting in my garage, and then I would give the finished windows away for Christmas!

  136. Stephanie

    Woah – this is a GREAT giveaway! I’d love to win a Silhouette! I think I would first try glass etching, but I also want to try the rhinestones too – never thought to use it for rhinestone placement! Thanks again, Amanda for such a great giveaway – you always have such fun stuff on your blog! :)

  137. stephanie c

    if i could win this awesome prize i’d go nuts with the heat transfer! i have so many cute designs in my head i want to get out onto t shirts!

  138. AnaFlor

    Wow, This is awesome!! I’d love to give one those!!! I’ll make so many T-shirts to my son. Tks for the chance!

  139. Cheryl

    I would love to cut my own letters to create a custom shirt, will have to see how thick of fabric it can cut. So I would probably do a vinyl sticker for my laptop as a first project.

  140. Jessica J

    I would make a large monogram for a salvage window. I would also use it to make stencils or to make fun appliques for kids clothes. I really have so many projects that a Silhouette Cameo would help me with. Thanks for the great giveaway

  141. Pattyz

    I would make some vinyl stickers for my refrigerator and some wall decor. I love that this one machine can do so many things!

  142. cindi m

    i need to still try glass etching too! however i have been eyeing their new fabric ink since it came out and i have visions of creating funky, fun tshirts for my daughter embellished w a few of the rhinestones for a touch of bling! loving the wider cutting space on the cameo, so can’t wait to get this machine!

  143. Kara

    Heat transfer or Fabric painting…I’ve got some ideas to make some volunteer wear for our story tellers and small group leaders!

  144. Tammy

    I would make a christmas banner to hang over my fireplace and some christmas themed clings for the walls and window.

  145. Abbi

    You totally need to try glass etching!! It’s so easy and AWESOME!! I used my SILs cutter (not a Silhouette and NOT as good) and made a whole 12-piece set of personalized drinking glasses for our bible study group…now everyone knows whose cup is whose when they get set down in different places around the house! :)

    I really want to make a vinyl wall decal for our home that reads “Meadows Family, est. 2009″…or I want to do some candy jar glass etching for my soon-to-be SILs wedding…she’s having a candy buffet and I think personalized jars would be so cool!

  146. Keisha

    The one project I’m dying to tackle is my pantry full of glass containers. I’m scared one day I will be eating salted corn flakes vs sugar.

  147. Amy Johnson

    My first project would be to make vinyl pictures for my ceiling in the bathroom! Its done in fish decor and I’d like to make it look like we’re under the water with a boat and other stuff on the ceiling.

  148. erin meerzaman

    I am having a princess birthday party for my daughter so imagine the goodies I could create with this machine!!

  149. Candy

    Honestly? The very first thing I would do is make some really cute vinyl labels for my Mom’s pantry out of contact paper chalkboard. We’re living here temporarily and it’s something I think she’d like.

    Thanks for the chance! What an amazing giveaway!

  150. Adam Haynes

    I’d love to do some vinyl cuts to liven things up for the holidays. I want to cut out little tiny elves and have a few pop up every day until christmas and let me my son try to find them all.

  151. Holly

    I would make birthday decorations and a birthday t-shirt for my daughter! Then would try out everything else!

  152. Tina

    I would love to try the Heat Transfer first to make cute custom shirts for my kids. Then I could make little Halloween treats for my entire class at school with the cutting shapes, personalize gifts for Christmas with the vinyl, work on scrapbooking pages…

  153. Barbara Wilhite

    It was hard to decide on one thing, but I think a stencil to spell out my street address for the front of my house. In a beautiful old world font. Thanks!

  154. Solange Greaux

    I am a mother of one and a grandmother of one. My only child had her only child 12 years ago. You would think what a small family, but we are all so close-knit. In fact, I live with my daughter and her family. It is a blessing. No money in the world could buy the love I get and share with her and the family. Don’t get me started on the pet population in this house. It out numbers the humans! We are all pet lovers. Which brings me to what I would make. I am not quite sure what I would make, but it would be pet related. I was thinking about using the Cameo to design a collar for each dog for each holiday! That would be fun, and I think that is what my first project will be! Thanks Amanda for this great giveaway!

  155. Lucy Lam

    What a super duper giveaway! I would make a print and cut card for my first project. It’s such an amazing machine! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize:D

  156. Joy

    I would love to try etching as well!! =] I have a ton of jars that are calling for some personalization. Thank you for the chance.

  157. nancy Miller

    I would make those adorable vinyl car stickers for friends’ Christmas gifts in their individual monogram!

  158. Kasie Ellenburg

    I would definitely try something with fabric ink! Make a little something special for my two littlest guys!!!

  159. Kristen

    I would definitely use it to label everything in my house! It would make being organized so much easier and faster!

  160. Erica Mowell

    I would love to do the glass etching. My husband and I are wanting to give salsa out at Christmas I would love to etch the canned jars of salsa!

    I would also love to make my daughter rhinestone tees!

  161. Rebecca Monroe

    I would try heat transferring some cute designs on bags for teacher gifts! I have a child in kindergarten and one in preschool, so this would be great!!!

  162. norell francis

    I would love to try the vinyl stickers to decorate my bookcase and also maybe make some wall art!!! this is so exciting:)

  163. BridgetSoup

    Ooooh man what would I do first?! I love the laundry room idea, so cool! But I might make some things to go on windows…. or for my(and others) laptops :)