Sunday, December 26, 2010

Silhouette GIVEAWAY!!!

Brown Paper Packages is having a GIGANTIC GIVEAWAY!!!
I have copied her post below...she did such a wonderful job describing the Silhouette machine - but you have to head on over to her site to enter! 
Brown Paper Packages
Don't waste anytime!
The giveaway will be open from December 26th-midnight EST January 1st. The winner will be chosen via random. org, and announced on January 2nd. Due to shipping customs, Silhouette can only ship to U.S. addresses. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, or a new winner will be chosen.

 From The Brown Paper Packages site:

I adore vinyl. I just do. I love to be organized and have labels for everything. Vinyl is perfect for so many projects, and the Silhouette makes it easy.

Love paper crafts? How fun to be able to make your own cards for birthdays, thank yous, and thinking of yous? Or, add a special touch to birthday parties and holidays.

Want to add your own personal touch to fabric, like t-shirts for your kids, throw pillows, and more? I definitely have a few of these on my list of projects! I also love the glass etching possibilities.

The Silhouette can do all of this, and more! Can you believe it? I KNOW!!!! Silhouette is giving one of YOU a Silhouette of your very own, valued at $299.

This giveaway includes:

The Silhouette SD machine
Software for Windows XP/Vista or Mac
Power cable and USB cable
2 cutting mats (1 for thick media and one for thin media)
1 cutting blade
1 $10 gift certificate to the Silhouette download store


  1. What is this? I love paper crafts! It is always a tug of war whether to sit at my sewing machine, or my Cricut! I'll join this one and hope for the best! PS I love to be organized, too! I label everything and color code all my stuff. I lost control of some of it this year with everyone moving in, but I'm gaining again! Love, Debi

  2. Hi Deb! Glad you were able to post! Head on over to the Brown Paper Bag site and put your name in the hat! Good luck!
    Love ya,


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