****Our giveaway is over, scroll down to see the WINNER of the Silhouette Portrait Machine. Enjoy the Silhouette discounts through April 26th****
Check out this fun project I made with Silhouette Frosted Glass vinyl. This vinyl is made to look like the effects of using etching cream on glass, but without the mess. I made monogrammed hand soap and hand lotion set to fancy up our bathroom. I purchased this hand soap and lotion set at Homegoods store for $7.99, plus it came with a cute dish. I started by removing the labels. I peeled as much of the label as possible, by hand, and then I sprayed WD40 on the remainder of the label and glue to remove it. I carefully cleaned my bottles with rubbing alcohol to prepare them for the vinyl monogram. I quickly typed in my monogram to the Silhouette software, arranged the letters, welded them to make one piece and then cut my vinyl with my Silhouette Cameo. I used transfer tape to apply my monogram and wow, look at my pretty set!
If you have been thinking about taking the plunge and buying either a Silhouette Cameo or Silhouette Portrait electronic cutting machine, Silhouette America is offering some great machine and Vinyl bundles at a discount. If you already own a Silhouette Machine, all 9″ by 10″ Silhouette Vinyl is 25% off with our coupon code “BARGAIN”. Silhouette just lowered the regular price of their premium vinyl from $14.99 to $9.99 per roll and you are receiving the 25% off the $9.99 price! What a great deal for vinyl.
The Silhouette Cameo and vinyl bundle is specially priced at $269.99 and the Silhouette Portrait machine and vinyl bundle is specially priced at $139.99. These bundles include the machine, a$10 design download card, plus one roll of 9″ white vinyl, one roll of 9″ black vinyl and 1 roll of transfer paper. To receive these discounts, visit the Silhouette America April sale page from April 18th through April 26 and use the coupon code “BARGAIN” to receive these discounts.
The Silhouette Cameo machine and the Silhouette Portrait machine are electronic cutting tools that uses a small blade to cut paper, cardstock, vinyl , vellum, and fabric. The Silhouette Portrait is smaller than the Silhouette Cameo machine, but it’s just as powerful. The Cameo can cut up to 12 inches wide and 10 feet long and the Portrait can cut up to 8 inches wide and up to 10 feet long. I received a the larger Cameo machine for my birthday last year and I am shocked how versatile it is. It can cut 3D items like party favor boxes, gift bags, cards, and so much more! The best feature of this machine is it’s ability to diecut printed items like tags or scrapbook diecuts. You can buy cutting files for just $.99 or less from the Silhouette online store or you can create your own files by using their software that comes with your machine. I love being able to buy just the images I want or need for my project. With the purchase of the Silhouette Studio Designer Edition Software, you can cut SVG files, create your own rhinestone templates, plus you can use the advanced editing tools for your everyday cuts. These bundle sale prices will be offered from April 18 through April 26th, 2013
Use coupon code “BARGAIN” to receive these discounts.
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BargainShopperMom is lucky enough to be able to give away a Silhouette Portrait Cutting Machine (valued at $199.00) to one of our blog readers. This giveaway will only last 2 days, so make sure you get your entries in! This giveaway starts April 18 and goes through April 20th. The winner will be posted on April 21, 2013. Please note that you must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. Resident to enter. The entry form is below.
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Would love this!
Robin Kerstetter says
I don’t have a web site, but i’ll comment luv
I useally buy craft supplies at Joann and Micheals, nut if I order online it would be at Oriental trading
This would be awesome to use!
Linda R says
I love to shop online at TwoPeas
Usually buy from Joanns- will be so excited I could win this 🙂
Cathy Haug says
I like to buy from ebay and amazon, I would really love to win this, thank you.
Kim B. says
I buy a ton from Amazon. Got to love prime shipping. I also frequent hobbylobby.com.
Mostly I shop at Amazon, it has just about everything I need and especially glad to be a Prime member.
Sara S. says
I buy a ton from amazon and I get all of my heat vinyl at stahls.
Trish F says
Hello, I don’t have a favorite craft store, it is usually where ever I can find what I need. The last craft items I bought was at Michael’s. Thanks for a great giveaway!
Sue McRae says
My fave place is Simons Says Stamp!
My girls would love this!
I hit enter too sonon. I usually buy online through Joanns.
Ashley Spiller says
My favorite online shopping destination Two peas in a bucket. I dont order very often bit when I do thats where. Thanks so much for the chance to win.
Shelly S. says
My fav would be JoAnn’s or Michael’s. What a great giveaway! 🙂
Aimee Kusina says
My favorite online place is factory direct craft.
April Lacher says
I buy almost all of my supplies from EBay! I can get everything with “one stop shopping”.
Sara Dick says
I buy mostly from Joann.com but would rather shop in a store!
I try to use support local businesses whenever I can but if not Amazon is definitely my go to!
Patti Hess says
pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
I love shopping at Hobby Lobby. I don’t really buy craft stuff online. I don’t have the patience to wait for it to ship!
Kara Kamps says
I like to go to hobby lobby but I order from Amazon and stampin up.
Bethany Becker says
I love to make my purchases from 2peas or scrapbook.com
Thanks for the chance to win
Stephanie E. says
I don’t buy many craft supplies online. I mostly shop at Hobby Lobby and Michael’s when I need them.
Think of all the pretties I could make with this
Heather W says
Hobby lobby! 🙂
Angela Yeremenko says
I shop around. Sometimes Hobby Lobby, sometimes eBay or Amazon.
Audra Taliaferro says
I love Amazon…
Heather R says
I do tons of shopping on Amazon. I’ve gotten some great deals on Create For Less too.
Scrapbook.com and Amazon are where I check first for scrapbook items.
Alexandra Williams says
I mostly buy from stores like Hobby Lobby, so I use their website a lot.
Katy P says
I like Joanns or Hobby Lobby
I usually buy supplies at Amazon!
Emily Dismukes says
I don’t buy online often, but have made purchases at Two Peas in a Bucket and through Amazon.
Hanni D says
I like pick your plum for online craft supplies
amazon, ebay, and daily deal sites
I have, on occasion purchased from Amazon. Always great prices. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
Favorite online crafting stores: for stamps and cardstock, Gina K Designs. For general crafting items, Joann.com.
Valerie @ Making It Worthy says
Vicki Berloffe says
I buy most of my craft supplies at Michael’s or Joanne’s. Online, I guess Amazon.