BIG BIG Fun Cameo Crafting Machine Giveaway!

{Giveaway is now closed!) 

Someone’s getting an early Christmas present!!

So, I’m SO SO excited about this giveaway today.  Most of you probably are familiar with the Silhouette company and their nifty crafting machines that cut vinyl and do lots of crafty projects. You’ve seen these projects all over blogland.


Well, I just received my very own new and updated Cameo and can’t wait to get started with it in my new office.  I’m going to get myself organized and do all sorts of vinyl words to spread around my office baskets and also use it in the kitchen to organize the clear jars.  There are SO many things you can do with this fun crafting machine.

I’m showing off some projects that some of my blog friends have made to show the variety of projects that can be done with this wonder gadget.  It does SO SO much!  If you are crafty at all, you’ll love having this machine around.

Baby Boy Room_Brooke

Brooke made these owl art pics from vinyl and old windows. How clever is this?


Brittany made a cute wooden sign with her Silhouette.

clock pillow Stacy

Stacy’s cute clock pillow was made by using fabric, that’s how versatile it is.


Brooke also made this adorable knife and fork curtain panels, whimsical and cute!

Lindsay snowflakes

Snowflakes made from cardstock and glitterized by Lindsay are perfect for the holidays.

Snowflakes Lindsay

She added them to some clear candle holders too for some festive fun.

party favors Roeshel

Roeshel threw a party and cut these adorable boxes out of cardstock.

silhouette.collage crown Roeshel

And she made these wooden blocks with vinyl crowns, painted and distressed them.

thankful_box Myra

And Myra put together this oh so cute Thankful box using sheet music and a pretty font.

Love all of these projects!

Wouldn’t you love to win one of these fantastically fun machines??  I know you would!!  It’s a special week of fun giveaways at Silhouette and they are giving away Cameos and Portrait crafting machines all over blogland!  Imagine the possibilities of what you could do with this fun machine!

To enter this giveaway, please leave a comment telling me what you’d like to make first with your Cameo if you happen to win??

Several of my blog friends are also giving away Silhouette machines today, so click on over and enter all of them.  Great chance to win!  And coming up on Black Friday, I’ll be announcing the winner AND a huge Silhouette promotion that you won’t want to miss!!  Best prices of the year!

Here are some other gals giving away a Silhouette Cameo or Portrait this week too:

All Things Thrifty

Vintage Revivals

I Heart Naptime

The Idea Room

Sawdust and Paperscraps

Beneath my Heart

Today’s Creative Blog

Positively Splendid

Home Stories A to Z

Makely School for Girls

The DIY Show Off

Not Just a Housewife




Little Miss Momma

Make and Takes

Tip Junkie

Craft Gossip

Ali Edwards

My Repurposed Life

Craftaholics Anonymous

Our Best Bites

Simply Kierste

Petite Party Studio

Kevin and Amanda

Homemade by Jill

Crap I’ve Made


Tuesday Giveaway:

Tatertots and Jello

Wednesday Giveaway:

Infarrantly Creative

Note:  I was not paid to do this giveaway,but I received a free Silhouette Cameo for participating in this promotion.

Giveaway starts today 11/19 and ends Thursday, 11/23 at midnight EST. Winner will be chosen randomly and announced Friday, 11/24/12 and must respond within 4 days or another winner will be chosen. Product will ship from Silhouette America and is open to USA residents only.

- Rhoda


  1. Catherine T. says:

    I would make a stencil for my dining room walls.

  2. I have always wanted one of these. I would do a glass etching monogram in /on a casserole dish.

  3. Debbie Parrish says:

    I would love to do our last name on a big solid old glass window that my father-in-law gave me. Thanks

  4. I would make labels for all my pantry goods – kind of boring and predictable, but right now they’re just Scotch tape and pen – not good!

  5. OMGoodness! I would make big number and letter cut outs to decorate some projects I already have started. I would love to have this machine!

  6. I would take it to school and make an awesomely creative bulletin board for my science hallway.

  7. This looks like a lot of fun! It would be wonderful to win!

  8. I would make giftboxes and labels.

  9. What a fun give-away! I would love to monogram some pillows.

  10. I’d like to make some Christmas signs & other fun stuff for the holidays!

  11. I would use it to add to the scrapbook layouts that I am doing of my niece’s wedding.

  12. I don’t want the Cameo Silhouette for myself, I want it for my daughter-in-law so she can continue to suppliment the income of her Marine Corp. family! She would make a gift,
    because she is thoughtful and loves to send things to her friends and family.

  13. I would make some house numbers for my front door. So cool!

  14. Loretta Cowan says:

    Ive wanted a Silhouette for soooo long! I would start with gift boxes and Christmas decorations–or vinyl to decorate the backs of shelves…..or

  15. What an amazing giveaway! Both of my kid’s birthdays are around the corner, so I would get to work on party decorations. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  16. Being the first I’ve seen of this amazing machine, my design thoughts are at warp speed! A silhouette of my husband for his next album cover? Silhouettes of the entire family tree? Personalized garden signs and vegetable tags? Christmas gift tags? When do we start?:)

  17. I would make my husband’s monogram for a valance in his home office..

  18. I’d look at it in amazement for awhile, then get busy and cut out some vinyls for my walls…

  19. Dorothy W. says:

    Oh my goodness. I have never used a Cameo silhouette machine before but the first thing I would do is make vinyl letters for my new laundry room 🙂

  20. I would love to win this and make some pallet art for above my mantle!! Thanks for this fab giveaway!

  21. I never imagined owning one of these! I would start with monograms…

  22. Christmas pillows!

  23. I think I would make some house numbers for our mailbox.

  24. First off, I would label clear jars for the laundry room, and Then
    it would be Christmas gifts galore!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  25. Barbara Smith says:

    I would love to win this and get my craft on!!!!

  26. First project would be a “welcome” or my house # to place on my front door!!

  27. Beth Nolen says:

    I would make blocks for my mantel that said O’ COME LET US ADORE HIM. There are endless lists of things to make!

  28. I would make vinyl letters for my front door to say welcome and that is just the beginning.

  29. Sharon Hansen says:

    I would finally be able to do the BIG LETTERS I have been wanting for card projects, home decor and gifts. I have actually been doing some research on this machine and have decided I really NEED one, HOWEVER, Baby Girl’s college tuition is due (again), so it’s going to be a while….
    BTW- thanks for the offer! Happy Thanksgiving.

  30. I’d love to win! Thanks for the chance!

  31. I would make labels for my pantry! Love this giveaway. Thank you for being so generous.

  32. Thanks for the chance to win. I’d start with labels and signs…then who knows!

  33. I have been wanting one of these for a long, long time. If I’m lucky enough to win, the first thing I’ll attempt is a stencil for a sign out of old barn wood. Thanks for this great giveaway!

  34. I would make some signs, some of those cute little boxes and all kinds of things! I have always wanted one of these machine!

  35. I would so love to have this under my tree first thing I would make is stencils so I can make some nice signs and cut vinyl plz enter me here I thought I was the only one on earth left that did not own one lol Have a great Thanksgiving

  36. Love snowflakes…they might be a first project for me. But there are so many projects that I could think of to use such a wonderful machine! So nice of them to have a give away!

  37. I decorate the tables for Room in the Inn at my church and this would be perfect to make all kinds of decorations for the next few months.

  38. If I had one of these the question wouldn’t be “what would I use it for?” but “what would I NOT use it for?” haha I would use it for making cute pantry labels first

  39. Monica Converse says:

    Oh my gosh! LOVE! I would make oodles of pillows for Christmas presents! The possibilitie are just endless! LOVE!

  40. I would make a stencil for the kitchen…”MAKE TACOS NOT WAR” 🙂

  41. Nancy Sanders says:

    I would probably make a Christmas subway style sign for my bookshelves and welcome for the front door.

  42. I have been wanting a Cameo for a long time. To win one would be such a blessing! I really love paper crafts and so I think the first thing I would make would be Christmas cards! I would be so excited that people I hardly know would probably be getting Christmas cards!

  43. I would use it first for volunteering at both the hospital I volunteer at (Seton Williamson) and Williamson County Animal Shelter. I am not that crafty so I believe the machine would help me decorate both facilities for the holidays… you know showing my appreciation for all THEY do. Love the glitter snowflakes pictured above! Sending everyone peace, love and good karma ~ Sabrena

  44. I’d make a subway sign. So many ways to use this!

  45. Hi Rhoda! Great giveaway…thanks for the opportunity!
    My first project would be vinyl names on my kid’s bedroom doors…then onto wonderful Christmas projects!

    I work at the American Legion, and would make vinyl letters for the glass entryway to welcome our veterans and all who enter here!! Thank you for the chance to enter and win!!

  47. I would love to win one for my daughter…she is about to start her teaching career. She loves, loves, loves to make things for the classrooms she’s worked in. I know she would have so much fun with this!

  48. I would make gift boxes for my students Christmas presents.

  49. I would label EVERYTHING in our house. This is on my Christmas wish list 🙂

  50. I would do vinyl make our established wedding year on a old 2 pane window!!!!

  51. I would love to make some wall art out of vinyl and some subway art pics! thanks!

  52. I would so love to win this machine! I could make cute labels and such for my display table at shows, art work projects for resale, etc etc. love it!!

  53. Oh, this machine is a dream ! I would have so many things to do with such a machine : stencils, labels …
    Thank you very much for this giveway.

  54. Kym Abernathy says:

    I am new to paper crafting and I am so Hooked!! I need all the tools and I really want one of these so i can cut and create to my hearts desire!!

  55. I would be new to the Cameo and so my projects would be endless. Oh my how exciting. Thanks for the give a way

  56. I have a Cameo, love it, make monogram for purse & umbrella, label baskets, label glass containers, so many possibilities. I would like to win one for my daughter, Sharon, who loves my machine.

  57. I have never used one before, but I would LOVE to. I would make a stencil monogram for the back of my dining room chairs….and soooo much more!

  58. What a cool machine!

  59. Kim Schwartz says:

    I would make a family tree for our dining room wall and make pillows for gifts. This is such an awsome machine I can’t believe all of the creative things it can help with!

  60. Would love to have this to start organizing my home.

  61. MARY EGUIA says:

    would lov ethis .I can’t count how may times I could have used this

  62. Beth Morrow says:

    Love this! My first project would be scriptures to etch on glass!
    Wish me luck!

  63. I feel like vinyl sayings all over (just like you want to do) would be the first order of business! Then who knows, but what a wonderful opportunity to have and use this creative tool! Thanks!

  64. If I win I’ll figure out something

  65. My first project would have to include learning how to make a bunny with one! 🙂

    I have wanted a Cameo since last Christmas ~ we homeschool… so I have a huge list of ideas! Winning one of these would make my project list so much easier to tackle!!

    Thanks for a chance to win – I’ll definitely check out the other blog contests, too. Happy Thanksgiving!!

  66. Hi Rhoda, Your post & reader comments provide lots of inspiration…and a glimmer of what all a Cameo can do…really I had no idea as to the versatility! I’d start small with labels and then go a little crazy trying to decide what project to do next! Thanks for the opportunity!

  67. I could use it at home to do many things since I have a new home and we could use it at our preschool.

  68. I would make a bunch of Christmas cards.

  69. Anything and everything — scrap booking, labels, invitations.

  70. I would love to use this to help with making a stencil for some Christmas pillow gifts!

  71. I would make word art for my new laundry room. Thanks

  72. Torri Bertarelli says:

    Just begged a friend, who is busy with her business to make me a B for a gift project I was doing. I want a big B above our bed and I have white plates I want to use for seasonal decor.
    I am feeling lucky today so with that I end with a Thank You.

    Blessed Thanksgiving to you and yours,

  73. WindyCityGirl says:

    I just had TWIN Grandsons! And I would love to make beautiful items for them and their room using my very own Cameo! Thank you for all of your wonderful inspirations!

  74. I would make monograms for the front door for Christmas .

  75. My goodness, hard decision but I would love to make a snowflake design for my granddaughters nursery because her name is Snow(no, not born in the snow, old family name)

  76. I would create titles for my son’s senior scrapbook.

  77. The first thing I would do would be to go to pinterest and find all the many ideas that people have done and pin, pin, pin. Then I would begin using some of those to create decorations for the spring theme of our upcoming ladies event at our church. I have a cooler that a relative gave us with our name and cutouts that depict where we live and would be delighted to do for others for Christmas gifts. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway and great blog too.

  78. I would make labels for all my jars. Thank you for this giveaway!

  79. Tracey Grant says:

    I would be so excited to win this!! I would personalize my kids’ belongings like water bottles, lunch boxes, notebooks and more. Oh what fun!!

  80. I would use it to label everything in my pantry and sewing studio! My boys would love it to for all of their creations!

  81. I would use it for my work! I do marketing for an orthodontist and am always doing bulletin boards and posters! This would be great!!!

  82. i want to stencil floor mats!

  83. I would make personalized artwork signs for my grandchildren!

  84. OMG! I would LOVE to win this machine! The first thing I would make would be a sign for my kitchen/gathering area that would remind all the young texters to put down their phones and– Be. Here. Now.

  85. Put my name in the drawing please. I have a list as long as my arm with projects I would make!!!!

  86. Lets see…I would do the alphabet in funky letters for my granddaughters room, I would make a stencil to put on fabric for curtains. Oh the possibilities are endless.

  87. Stephanie Solvedt says:

    I would love to have one! First thing I would do is beautify my pantry!

  88. I picked up an old window that I am going to use some milk paint on for that chippy look and I would love to etch the 6 window panes with the word “Gather” , it will perfect for my family room. I would LOVE to win this, oh the amazing projects I could make! : )

  89. katharine faucett says:

    It is on my Christmas wish list! its the ONLY thing on my list!!! I would share it with my daughter who is 12yo and has a teen crafting blog with a friend of hers.
    So FUN!!

  90. Vicki Brawley says:

    I would like to finish up some pillow fronts on pillows I found on clearance at Target. They would make nice Christmas gifts!

  91. Hmmm, how about a viney, trellis’ thing for my doorway. Or decorations for my daughters boring college rooms!!! So cool!

  92. I would make something with vinyl – I am obsessed!

  93. I recently purchased an old door at our local thrift store which screams sign! I want to make a porch rules sign for the screened in porch, but hesitant about doing the writing. This fabulous machine would enable me to make this easily for my family to enjoy!!! I’d love to be entered in the drawing!!!

  94. I would start with a stencil.

  95. Sandi Mayfield says:

    I want a really cool rug for my foyer. I could design the center design and make one from a painters’ drop cloth. Thanks

  96. I would make signs on old boards for Christmas gifts!

  97. I’ve got some Christmas signs pinned on Pinterest that I want to diy. This would be prefect for that.

  98. What a wonderful giveaway. I would make those cute little gift boxes. …just in time for christmas wrapping!

  99. I have never tried a Cameo but I would probably use it to cut some fun fabric appliques for quilts or pillows. Would love to win this!

  100. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of these machines. If I won, I’d make a wooden sign for Christmas-one that I’m planning on making anyway, but this would make it a lot easier!

  101. I would cut a banner for my daughter’s birthday!

  102. I would love to win this machine so I could make some throw pillows for our new couches and so I could monogram sOme of my daughter’s clothing

  103. I have always wanted this!!! I would make some decorations for Christmas.

  104. Vickie Boyer says:

    Where do I begin?!?! I would like to make gifts for all my girlfriends …their last name cut out and put on glass vases. Can use for any holiday or all the time.

  105. My home office is boring so I would use it to glam it up!

  106. I have been wanting one of these printers for so long. I would make wall prints and pillows and candle holders and place mats oh my!!!

  107. I’d like to make letters for a banner for my mantel!

  108. I’ve wanted one of these for the longest time to make monogram pillows for gifts. I’m a big crafter and would put this to great use.
    Thanks Rhoda and Silhouette for the great giveaway. Mary

  109. The first thing I will make is a cross plaque to put on my mama’s headstone area…for CHRISTmas!

  110. Without a doubt, my first project would be christmas ornaments!

  111. I’ve wanted to put stars on my daughter’s bedroom ceiling and I found a tutorial that involved using metallic contact paper and a Silhouette. And then, like you, I’d start organizing my pantry with cute labeled jars. SO FUN!

  112. A big welcome sign to welcome the Cameo to its new home!

  113. Tracy Jones says:

    There is so many things I would love to make…. but my first project would be something for my daughters bedroom wall !

  114. Cathy Reeves says:

    So many ideas, so little time. Holiday decorating, garden party invites and decorations, home labeling… spices, ALL my craft stuff, card making. Whew! I need to retire quick! But not without a new Silhouette!

  115. Ohhh I would love to win!!! I’d definetly do the jar labels too and organize my homeschool room. It is a mess!!

  116. I read about this machine the first time in an american blog a couple days ago and I asked around if anybody has heared of such a machine here in Switzerland. no one has! I would absolutly be thrilled to get such a machine! First thing I would do is letters to put on old looking signs and boards!:-)

  117. Hmm…..I would likely make something out of vinyl to hang on the big empty wall in my eat in kitchen. It’s been begging for some sort of decoration for the last 8 years!

  118. I’m new to blogging but have been a crafter since childhood. I would love to have this machine to expand my crafting abilities and share many projects with my friends. My first project would have to be name labels for wine glasses (which I will serve wine in) at my annual holiday party this year!

  119. I would love that machine and would begin making a vinyl wall quote for the master bedroom which we haven’t decorated at all.

  120. I’d make western cut outs for my boys room!

  121. Christmas presents!!!!!!as I have lost my job and we are down to only one income for awhile… Would be a great “present” for me to be able to still give something to someone else with this!

  122. My first project would be making subway art signs.

  123. Jennifer O. says:

    What a wonderful giveaway!!! I would love love love to make those gorgeous glittery snowflakes that Lindsay made!!

  124. I so want to win. How generous is Silhouette? How may giveaways do they do? WOW. I enter every time. Perhaps this is my time 🙂 I still want to make vinyl birds and stick them on the baseboards and window sills and door frames of my home…they would make me smile everytime I walk by.

  125. Vicki Fenton says:

    This is a fabulous prize…I would make Christmas ornaments!

  126. Labels for my jars….and lots of other stuff. too many to name!

    Hope I win. This is on my Christmas list!

    Thank you Rhoda!

  127. Lisa Lovgren says:

    I would love to use it to make my own Christmas cards!

  128. I would love to make stencils….thanks or the chance to win!

  129. Labels for sure! I would label the office, my classroom, the kitchen pantry, and whatever else gets in my way!

  130. SO many projects I would love to do! I am wanting to make vintage labels for my canisters and French labels for all of my bathroom projects to start. 🙂

  131. What wouldn’t I make???!!! Gifts for friends and family! Host a party with my friends and share my blessing with them! Know they would love to make things as well!

  132. A big design for my laundry cabinet doors!

  133. Love to be organized…I would put labels on all my kitchen jars and bathroom jars and craft room… make lots of gifts for friends and family…make my grandchildren some adorable pics and sayings for their walls…

  134. Jamie Forsyth says:

    I would make some glittery snowflakes to hand from my dining room light fixture! So perfect for the holidays!

  135. Stephanie B says:

    I would use it to help the teachers with special projects, then I’d make ornaments with my 3 for our family, friends, & neighbors.

    Thanks for a chance to win : )

  136. Oh I would do lots of monogramming and make tons of labels. That sounds like such a great prize!

  137. Christmas cards, for starters! Would love to win. Thanks!

  138. Jennifer Lanpheare says:

    Oh I have been hoping Santa brings me one of these! I think my 1st project would be something with Vinyl for my home!

  139. I would make signs for my new little storefront space! Ooooh, I really want this, please.

  140. Joni Taylor Klarman says:

    Well hopefully the third time is the charm. I would make signs…lots of them. I have been wanting one for over a year.

  141. I really want one of these! My family is military and the first thing I’d make is subway art with all of our previous addresses (all 11 of them). Pick me! Pick me!

  142. I would LOVE to win this Machine! I currently own a Cricut and i DESPERATELY want this amazing machine to replace it! I would start by making labels for my pantry! And then Wall decals for my Photo Wall! :)) THANK YOU!

  143. Amy Robertson says:

    I would love to win one of these!! I would love to get my crafting supplies labeled and really organized and make some super cute holiday banners, too!!

  144. Ms. Rhoda…what a great giveaway! This machine is exactly what I need to take on a huge project that I really want to do for my amazing 16 yr old son. His bathroom is in such need of a makeover and I want to do inspiring/encouraging words and verses for the entire room! I want a room that “SPEAKS” to him and this machine would help me to do just that! My motto…speak inspiring/encouraging words into a child makes for a confident child!
    Headed to prowl around your blog before I start my day! Happy Monday! Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving!

  145. I would probably cut vinyl for stenciling or etching. Or maybe fabric for applique? I don’t know, I’d love to find out!

  146. Livinglessmom says:

    I would love to make some vinyl labels, I have some artsy home projects I would love to do as well!

  147. I would use it to make new holiday signs

  148. This would make a wonderful Christmas gift for my daughter…though I might just have to “test” it out first! 😉

  149. Wow, I would love to use one to make vinyl lettering /design for some old windows. My fingers are crossed!

  150. something for christmas.

  151. Jen Steurer says:

    I can’t wait to use it to cut fabric. I’m imaging some cute monograms on some of my girls’ shirts!!

  152. I would make something grat for my grand kids!!

  153. Thank you for the chance! I would love to make some Christmas gifts and applique shirts for my kids!

  154. Melissa Carvalho says:

    Several of my girlfriends are becoming first time moms. I’d love to make some cute baby announcements!

  155. I’d make a family sign… I’ve wanted one!

  156. Beth McHale says:

    A super cute Thank You card for you!

  157. Susan Graben says:

    For this season, definitely some neat Christmas ornaments for display and for presents.

  158. Dorothy F. says:

    I would love this machine. My daughter expecting and we are doing the room in Noahs Ark. This would be great to us for wall deco art.

  159. I am working on Christmas craft projects right now, and this would really bring them to the next level!

  160. Peggy in TN says:

    There are soooo many things to make. Where to begin? Probably with some Christmas words and decorations. I have wanted one of these for a long time!

  161. I would make some monogrammed Christmas presents for friends and family! And I would make some scripture pillow cases for me 🙂

  162. Sheila Tobias says:

    The possibilities are endless with a machine like this. I would start in my daughters room with retro circles and swirls on her walls.

  163. Wow. What WOULDN’T I do with the Cameo. Endless uses, but the first thing I’d do with one is make a Happy 67th Anniversary (coming up soon) sign for some sweet neighbors.

  164. I would be giving this to someone in my family who really, really wants one.

  165. I would make some monogrammed Christmas gifts for friends and family and then I would make some scripture pillowcases for me!

  166. I would make a name plaque for my granddaughter.

  167. Olivia May says:

    I would make Christmas Decorations!!!

  168. My first project would be organizing my kitchen cupboards!

  169. If I won this I would make a vinyl sign for my laundry room first. Then I have a ton of other projects in mind.

  170. I would cut out words for my laundry room wall 🙂

  171. This has been on my just-out-of-reach Wish List for a long time! I have an entire Pinterest folder full of project ideas, but the first to make would be the monogrammed glass blocks filled with lights as Christmas presents for several special friends!

  172. Debbie Herrera says:

    Welcome sign on my front door, would be the first thing I would make

  173. Letters to be framed for my newly decorate livinge room.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  174. Awesome Giveaway Rhoda! I have wanted one of these for a VERY long time. I would make a Banner! Pillows second….Thank you for the chance to win.

  175. I would for sure make some Christmas ornaments!

  176. Oh my! I think I would make a Christmas Sign for my porch. This machine is SO cool. I had no idea it would do so much.

  177. Oh, Im in love! I can never cut out snowflakes the right way!!!! I would use it to decorate with snowflakes 🙂

  178. I think my first project would be gift tags for christmas gifts. I think it would be a great place to start, but the possibilities are endless!

  179. I would start by making cute vinyl labels for all my pantry containers and then move on to making gifts for all my daughter’s friends graduating high school this year! Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  180. I would love to make personalized artwork for my home. I have been drooling over this gadget for years. 🙂

  181. I would Love to win this Machine!! It would be Pillows, Wood Signs, Vinyl Letters etc.!!
    Thanks so much and have a Wonderful Holiday!!

  182. The first thing I would make is vinyl quotes to decorate my walls!!

  183. Julie Morrow says:

    I would love to make decorative signs to give away as gifts for family and friends!

  184. I would make banners and all it would says is
    LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH and I would give them away to everyone who wants to be a messenger of peace.

  185. Bridget Goldsberry says:

    OH my! The possibilities are endless! I would love to be able to cut out different letters and stencils to paint onto wood crates to make signs!

  186. I would make all of the above and much more! So exciting! Possibilities are endless!

  187. I would cut out animals for my baby room 🙂

  188. I would be complete with the Cameo Silhouette. I have a pile of projects ready to start but no Cameo to complete them with! It would be a Christmas wish come true.

  189. First project would be my granddaughter’s name in a pretty, girly font to put on her bedroom wall.

  190. I would love this machine for SO many things- subway art, signs, birthday parties…. thanks for the chance to win!!

  191. I would want to make a little bit of everything. Curtains for my boy’s room. Pillows for the family room. Signage for the dining room, laundry room, bathroom and on and on. . . . Ooooooh the possibilities are endless.

  192. There is so much I would love to do with a Cameo. I think I would start with scripture verses for several rooms in my house. Also, I would share with my daughter. I know she has great ideas for her home. I would love to win!

  193. Great giveaway! I want to doo some monogramming things and lots of other ideas.

  194. I would love to make some stencils and decals to vamp up my kitchen! Thanks for the giveaway.

  195. Although I’ve never had such a machine before, I would like to make some Christmas ornaments and some gift boxes!

  196. I am an avid scrapper so most likely something scrappy related..:)

  197. I would make banners that read LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH and I would give them away to family, friend and strangers

  198. Alicia in Lucas says:

    I would make a Christmas sign for my mantel first.

  199. I teach special education and would love to have one to use in the classroom for different projects.

  200. This is so exciting! I want to use it to make some cute stuff for my son’s room that I’m in the process of decorating!!

  201. I’ve always wanted one of these. First thing I would make is a farmers market sign for my kitchen.

  202. Winning this would be so fantastic! The first thing I would make would be lots and lots of snow flakes to decorate all of the window in my house.
    Pick me!

  203. OMGoodness! I can hardly manage my excitement…..labels, gifts, banners for my classroom and friends. Endless ideas!

    • I have wanted one for my Life Skills class, the kids would love it! We would use it to make Christmas gifts for their families.

  204. I’ve always wanted to do a theme Christmas tree. I’d cut snowflakes “tons!” and turn my living room into a winter wonderland.

  205. I have been wanting to make an Advent calendar!! I have an heirloom printing press drawer that has just been waiting to be transformed.

    And then monograms and labeling, onesies, the possibilities are absolutely endless! 🙂

  206. I’d cut some vinyl with favorite quotes. Thank you!

  207. I’ve been dying to make this adorable subway art sign for my parents for their new beach house!

  208. I’d like to make a big initial to go on the glass on my front door.

    Hope I win!

  209. So hard to choose – love those snowflakes but I think first thing I would do is some artwork for my daughters room to finish it up. We spelled her name crazy and she really wants some personalized stuff. 🙂

  210. Ann Bentley says:

    I would love to make cupcake holders, and an address identifier for my front door.

  211. I would start by making some great signs for Christmas gifts, then I would move on to doing projects for my own home. Hope I win!!

  212. Signs for my home would probably be the first thing I would make.

  213. There’s this huge Joy sign I found out on Printrest that sits on your front porch for Christmas. Thank you for having the contest!

  214. I would make initial art for my girls

  215. Without a doubt, I’d make a sign for my kitchen. The wood is in the garage just waiting for me to do it. This would save so much time!

  216. I would love to do the snowflakes. I have so many other projects I’d use it for – my daughter’s room, my kitchen, my office, Christmas gifts, etc. Thanks!

  217. Tracy Myers says:

    I would love, love, love this machine and I think the first thing I would od is make all my little clients a personalized pillow!!

  218. Tammi Harrison says:

    I would make some cute chalkboard/vinyl lettering pieces for gifts. My list is growing daily!

  219. Shelby Roberts says:

    I would love to win! I would use it for card making and decorative lettering!

  220. My first use if I won would be a stencil for the dresser I’m refinishing

  221. I would make vinyl lettering for my kitchen or bath using a Bible verse!

  222. Would love a Cameo for cutting vinyl to make signs and other projects for Christmas. Great giveaway!

  223. I would use it to make a little (lot) of everything!

  224. would love to win one of these…”oh the things that i could do!”

  225. I would make a wordart wall decal. thank you for the chance!

  226. There are so many possibilities with this machine! Home decor, crafting, scrapbooking, gifts, etc. I think I would start with Retro circles and swirls for my daughter’s bedroom walls.

  227. I’d love to cut some vinyl to make templates for etching glass on serving pieces…..but the ideas and inspiration are endless!

  228. Andra McEwen says:

    There is so much you can do with this-i don’t know where I would start! Would love to have one of these! Thanks so much!

  229. Linda Shoemaker says:

    With the last name of shoemaker and besides the love of decorating is my love of shoes,I’d make shoes to use everywhere! All kinds of shoes. Projects to send, to see and to decorate.

  230. Would love a Cameo to make Christmas projects. Great giveaway!

  231. I would make some Christmas gifts first. Thanks for the chance to win!

  232. Laurie Pysczynski says:

    Dying for one of these…first want to make an initial sign for my door…in Christmas colors! Love your blog! Thanks for sharing.

  233. I would make some of Christmas boxes with Christmas scrapbook paper!

  234. I would love to have a cameo for making christmas gifts!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  235. I would try to make pillows for my 17 year old niece. She’in the process of redoing her bedroom from PINK to grays and lime.

  236. I would love this to make Christmas Gifts for all my family.
    I loveeeee to monogram

  237. Shelly Strickland says:

    Monograms! Letters! You name it!!!

  238. I think I’d use it to organize my pantry that is currently a mess!

  239. I can’t believe this give-away. My brain is on overload thinking about all the great projects I can create.

  240. Would love to make a family name sign for our house and a sign for my son’s USA themed bedroom! How fun!

  241. I would love to make vinyl Bible verse cut outs to put around our homeschool room, dining room, living room, and girl’s bedroom. Can never have enough scripture around.

  242. Diane Young says:

    Signs, Signs Everywhere Signs! For friends, family and myself! Thanks for the chance to make all of my signs….

  243. I would make some beautiful paper Christmas ornaments for myself and as gifts.

  244. Sandy Wittmann says:

    I would love to make Christmas pillows (love, peace and joy

  245. I have been designing pillow for all seasons, but with my day-job, it is difficult to make time for the “cutting-out” part of the designs. This would be P-E-R-F-E-C-T to get me moving right along!! Pick me!! 😉

  246. I’d love to make a pallet art that’s been on my project list for a while now! For some reason using Word just doesn’t inspire me to complete it. 🙂 Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway!!

  247. I love to sew…I would make something with fabric for sure! What an amazing giveaway!

  248. Id cut some vinyl for some stencils!

  249. I have been pricing these machines, haven’t been able to afford it yet. I would love to win one!

  250. Awesome giveaway! Thanks for hosting Rhoda!

  251. I would use the cameo for applique cut outs, paper crafts, and many other things. It is on my christmas wish list!

  252. I would love to win this Silhouette because my little boys and I LOVE to make greeting cards and other art projects for our family far away, place them in beautiful packages, and mail them off. We think it really brightens someone’s day when they receive a cheery package in the mail with a sweet sentiment ‘just because’. Right now, we use a lot of scrapbook paper and paper cutters, but the three of us would be OVER THE MOON if we won a Silhouette because it means we could take our ‘cheer spreading’ projects to the very next level! We live roughly 700 miles away from our family (and I’m a single mom!) so it’s a very important part of every week for us to let people know we are thinking about them in a beautiful way. Our recipients would be so grateful and impressed with our new projects if we won! (Especially grandma!) Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  253. I just love your blog. We just moved to Ga from Chicago a couple of yrs ago. I love the South. I think I was meant to be a southern girl. I would love the opportunity to win, such a neat item. My mind is spinning with all the things I would like to make. First I think I would make family name signs for Christmas gifts to relatives. We have had a change of fortune in the last yr and homemade gifts are all that I will be able to afford. Thank you for this opportunity. Love your ne whome by the way.

  254. I would make a sign for my 11 year old granddaughter’s bedroom that says “Be-YOU-tiful”

  255. I would make a vinyl monogram to put in a frame and then put on the wall……I’d also put a vinyl “pantry” on my pantry door…..What a great giveaway!!!….

  256. What fun….my precious, crafty daugher would love this under the Christmas tree. She would use it to stencil bible verses for her friends and it would prove an endless source of creativity for years to come. Thank you Rhoda . Blessings to you this thanksgiving.

  257. Wow! What great projects! Have fun with your new toy!

  258. I LOVE seeing all of the Silhouettes being given away! I don’t know what I’d make first. I adore all of the vinyl projects everyone makes, so maybe something for my wall. 😀

  259. I would make a million different things I have floating in my head for me and to share 🙂

  260. Belinda Del Pesco says:

    What fun! I think the first project I’d do is a cutout to float under the glass of my living room coffee table. Great giveaway! Thank you!

  261. I am a photographer and I make little gifts for my clients. This would be a wonderful additional for my business to allow me to crank out the wonderful Holiday surprises for my moms-to-be and newly engaged couples!

  262. So excited to see this! Have been wanting to make a header for my architecturally lacking front door for several years…..have the long, narrow window from an auction that is perfect length,the mirror to go behind the glass(bc siding is above door and sidelights), but I wanted to sandwich big black street number between the two and didn’t know how. This is the perfect solution! Thanks Rhoda!

  263. Julieann Hanson says:

    I have 2 specific walls I’d love to decorate (out of the many!)–I want a wall that says, “Our family adorns this home” and have black and white photographs of each. I’d love musical staff and notes in our piano room where it stretches across the wall…I’ve seen some beautiful ideas on the internet.

  264. I saw a Silhouette Cameo used at a CHA show and I am so excited about this product! Personally I would use it tomcreate a big family tree project with my grandsons … They love learning about our family. Professionally, my craft show booth would look so great “duded” up with fun things cut out of vinyl! Go Silhouette!

  265. The gift boxes…so cute. This is such a great giveaway. Thanks.

  266. Jen Whitfield says:

    I’ve been dying for a silhouette for a while now!!! There are so many things I would use it for. The very first thing is to make a photo collage using vinyl letters on a window from my mother-in-laws childhood home. It is a surprise for her birthday.

  267. Wow, I would do so many things, but probably one of the first would be labels for my craft closet. Would love a chance to win one of these machines!! Thanks for the opportunity!! Linda

  268. C. K. Cahill says:

    We just merged two households. I would use the Cameo to label shelves, boxes and items in the garage. It would make such a huge improvement to have all the stuff out of boxes and in it’s place. There are tons of organizational as well as decorative uses for this machine. Happy Thanksgiving!

  269. Mary Hawthorne says:

    Oh, how I would love to have a Cameo! I am in the process of decorating my craft room so I would first make vinyl wall quotes, I would use it for scrap booking, and I would use it for various home decor.

  270. This would be a great addition to my crafting arsenal for sure.
    If I will I see nativities on wood pieces for my mom & mil.

  271. Kim Johnson says:

    Christmas gifts, labels, Wall decor- the list is endless!

    Kim J

  272. i would love to make Christmas cards 🙂

  273. I have wanted one of these back when the SD was still being made! I would definitely make some sort of sign for my kids! I have a 5 year old and am expecting a daughter around Christmas!!

  274. I want to make some art for my kids’ walls.

  275. I think this may be the perfect machine. I have been looking for appropiate graffiti designs for an area in an activity room designated for teens. My husband and I have a program to support school employees and thier families diagnosed with cancer. See more at the website listed.

  276. I would use the Cameo to help my sweet future daughter-in-law with her wedding. Then, after the wedding, I’d use it for my classroom projects! Rhoda, your new house is beautiful. I especially love seeing your parents working with you. What a blessing!

  277. I’d love to make cards, ornaments and scrap booking backgrounds.

  278. I would so use this to make a monogram for a platter I have, that I plan on hanging in my kitchen when I get done painting it. I could also see using it to make labels for my home made laundry soap, fabric softener, dish washer soap…even the socks that are missin mates in the laundry room!

  279. I would love to make something for the wall of my daughter’s room!

  280. Frosted glass spice jars! I just saw a tutorial and it made me lust after a cameo.

  281. I’d make some cute holiday gifts and tags for sure!

  282. What a great contest! I have been thinking about what I would love to use the Silhouette Cameo for…..I recently found a box of my late Dad’s sermons and wondering how I could incorporate them into my decor. I saw the “Thankful Box” that your friend made, and it just “yelled” at me!!

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  283. Malinda Clay says:

    Signs, subway art for a newborn, quotes. Oh the possibilities!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

  284. I thought my first project would be a card, but after seeing some of your creations, I might have to make something to hang on the wall!

  285. Sandsgrandmother says:

    This would be wonderful to make wrapping paper with pictures taken of family members that have passed away so as to remember , feel more like they are sharing still in our holidays and to help talk with the little grandchildren about out times so to help pass on memories and events of the family.

  286. Karen Costa says:

    Cut out fabric for my grand-children’s Christmas shirts.

  287. Kathy Leitch says:

    Oh the projects that could be done! I would start off with making some signs. I would love to win!

  288. Cindy Kucheman says:

    I would love one to be able to cut out a Silhouette of Mr.and Mrs. Santa Clause to decorate some white plates for our mantel.

  289. Oh I want to make some stencils! I hope I win!!

  290. Stephanie K says:

    I would love to make a coaster holder! It is made out of wood, tiles, ModPodge and vinyl letters…only I need a Silhouette to do that! 🙂

  291. LOVE the snowflake idea! You and your blog are fabulous!

  292. I have an old piece of wood from a broken down cabinet that I want to make a sign for Christmas. I would use it to create my stencils for the sign!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  293. I don’t know what to make, but I’m sure it would have to do with something Christmas, perhaps a banner for my mantel! Oh, I hope I win!!!

  294. I would love to be able to make initials to go over my daughters beds. We just redid their rooms and they would love this! Then I have so many other projects I would love to do that I don’t even no where to start!

  295. The first thing I’d make is a vehicle decal for all on our soccer team.

  296. Teela Falgoust says:

    I would make cards and vinyl letters for jars in my kitchen, the possibilities are endless.

  297. I’ve been wanting to stencil my entry way forever but cannot find the perfect stencil! I totally use it first for that!

  298. I would love to win!!! I would organize my pantry, make letters for quotes on my walls, etc., etc., etc… Fun, fun, fun!!!

  299. The first thing I’d make is a vehicle decal for all on our soccer team. Haven’t found any to make it for our team at a price we can handle.

  300. How exciting is this!!!!! I want to make subway style picture listing all the different streets our family has lived on and there are a lot of them! This would be so much easier with
    a Silhouette Cameo! And the Christmas presents I could make are endless! I would love to win!!!!

  301. Would love the Cameo to make monogrammed pillows.

  302. Candy Thayer says:

    I’m working on a Western theme party…can imagine all the possibilities!

  303. Trisha Tucker says:

    I would love to make some cute holiday signs for my house!

  304. I’d love to work with vinyl and stencils if I won!

  305. Place markers for the holidays, gifts for all my kid-lets, then I would tackle some curtains for my bedroom. It would be well-loved for sure!

  306. I would love to make labels to organize my pantry. thanks!

  307. How cool! Thanks so much for sponsoring this giveaway. I have been wanting to make those neat wooden signs and this would be perfect!

  308. I would love to win this! I think my first project would be to make some pretty labels for my pantry containers!

  309. A friend has offered me some wood scraps, so I believe I’d make some wood cut designs–Christmas ones and ones for the home and yard.

    Thanks so much!

  310. I have so many projects swirling in my head, but I think the first one I would do would be a subway art project for my friend’s daughter, who recently got married.

  311. Cynthia Riley says:

    I would love to make cupcake/ muffin wrappers!

  312. Pillows for my bed!

  313. I’d like to make some cute customized tumblers for Christmas gifts.

  314. Karen Prince says:

    I would love to win! I would make a “together we make a family” sign.

  315. I’m currently a little obsessed with monograms, so I’m sure I’d monogram everything I could get my hands on!

  316. I am changing my little boy’s nursery into a big boy room and would love to have this to do some crafty DIY artwork!!!

  317. I’d probably make some vinyl decals first!!

  318. I’ve been wanting to do some large vinyl projects and this would be a perfect tool =)

  319. krissly carter says:

    I’d love to make some cute iron ons for clothes and pillows. Thank you for the chance!

  320. Heather Soukal says:

    Where would I start? I saw some great teacher gift ideas using vinyl!

  321. I would love to create words for my beautiful twin grand-daughters bedroom at Nana’s house!

  322. amie mendenhall says:

    oh boy. i’m not sure. so many possibilities. I’d probably make something for our new nursery. something sweet, and just for baby.

  323. I’d love to make a project with their flocked material.

  324. Cathy JOhnson says:

    I would love to win THis first thing I would make is Christmas ornaments

  325. I would love to make some cute things for the new baby girl we are having!

  326. If I won this Cameo, I would make those glitter snowflakes by the hundreds and hang them in my barrel ceiling from fishing line so it looked like they were floating! That makes me giddy!!

  327. i’d make some monogram appliques for pillows for our bedroom!

  328. I am currently borrowing a machine from a friend and LOVE it! I have a feeling she is going to want it back some day. I would love to win one so giving it back will be easier. I have a whole line up of vinyl projects on my to-do list. I also would like to play with cutting fabric.

  329. Our walls are rather bare in our new house, so I’d work on some art work to spice things up around here.

  330. The first thing I will probably make is vinyl lettering or I might cut some paper for crafting.

  331. Wall art!!

  332. Aimee Lyman-Vingless says:

    This has been on my wishlist forever, I would probably make some kind of holiday decoration, like a subway sign with the pallet I have in my garage

  333. I would love to make wooden signs and letters for my office wall.

  334. i’d start out with the vinyl. i’ve got a project i’ve been itching to do.

  335. Would love, love, love to have this! I would start by making some of the projects you’ve showcased today! Also thanks for the links to the other bloggers who are giving this away. Gives us more chances to win! How cool is this little machine? Santa bring me one please!!

  336. Amanda Mitchell says:

    The first thing I would is start on a scrapbook for my daughter.

  337. Julie Sliger says:

    I would make anniversary pillows for gifts! I also would make my sweet baby boy some cute personalized items and room decor. Oh the possibilities are endless!!

  338. I have some favorite quotes I’ve been saving up for when I can use vinyl and have the right tools to make them cute to hang up aound my house!

  339. nancy stevenson says:

    I would love to win a Silhouette Cameo. The first thing that I would make would be a quote that you would see when you walked in my front door. The possibilities are endless

  340. The first thing I’d work on if I won would be making a Christmas Countdown Calendar, similar to the 2011 Silhouette Advent Calendar I saw! But I have tons of projects that I have pinned so far that I want to use Silhouette for!

  341. I have some favorite quotes I’ve been saving up for when I can use vinyl and have the right tools to make them cute to hang up around my house!

  342. Love this… would make a stencil to paint a sign for an upcoming engagement party for my son and future daughter-in-law!

  343. I’m trying to add some fun and lively elements to a drab Sunday School Classroom for 1st and 2nd graders. Cameo possibilities would be limitless!

  344. I want to play with vinyl lettering

  345. I would love, love, love to win one! Have been wanting one for quite awhile! Like it soooo much better than the Cricut! The possibilties are endless, and my project list is growing: pillows, signs, wall art, all kinds of crafts! Good luck to all! Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas!

  346. So many projects…I would start with subway art that lists our family vacation spots both past and future.

  347. I’d like to make some Christmas decor first!

  348. What a great giveaway. I’m thinking pillows for Christmas gifts what fun.

  349. I love the snowflakes that you posted….open to any project…..just choose me!

  350. I would love to have one of these great machines. Have been envying all of the wonderful projects I have seen in blogland.
    I would love to make some wooden signs!

  351. I’d love to do some holiday stuff and lots of personalization.

  352. Oh how awesome this would be, I’d help my SIL with her nursery….

    Pick me…

    Kathy 🙂

  353. I would love to make a sign first.

  354. stellastarlite says:

    I would love to make letters for wall decor. It would be a fun project for me and my granddaughter.

  355. Justine Brent says:

    Love the giveaways because I always find new blogs to stalk!!! I would stencil everything!!! Pillows, bags, canvas you name it, I would pattern it!

  356. I would love to make some personalized art for the nursery we are decorating!!

  357. Personalize some gifts and label some things in my kitchen

  358. Shanna Uptergrove says:

    Totally going for vinyl projects!!
    shanna.u at gmail dot com

  359. I would make holiday gifts for my friends

  360. Connie Vestal says:

    I have never such a great craft tool. I would make stencils with different sayings on my walls and the uses in the kitchen and bathroom would be unlimited. Thanks you for the opportunity to win one!

  361. I would love to make more signs!!! Instead of the old way I do them.

  362. Christopher says:

    I don’t know where I would begin! I would probably make some kind of Christmas decorations!

  363. Would love to have one!

  364. I can see endless possibilities. The first thing I would do is print on fabric for napkins, and table runners. Boy could this be fun!

  365. Spooky decals for my Halloween kitchen.. Bats haunted houses spider webs!


  366. Connie Vestal says:

    I have never seen one of these what a great craft tool. I would use it to make stencils with catchy sayings all over my walls as well as the many uses I could do in the bathroom and kitchen. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of these.

  367. I have a thrift store canvas I would just love to paint and add a beautiful scripture to for Christmas. Plus I would monogram everything I could!!!

  368. The first thing I would make would be a sign or letters for my little girl coming in January. I’m so excited for her arrival! I have so many cute ideas of what I could do for her nursery and this would make it about a million times easier. Pick me!

  369. I’d love to win this! I’d use it to cut some stencils for some signs I want to make!

  370. I love, love, love this machine and all it can do! I would make vinyl window signs for gifts to my friend and family and maybe, just maybe start a little crafting business with it!

  371. I am having a baby in March and in the process of decorating the Nursery! Oh the possibilities . . . . . . would loooooove one!

  372. I have a nursery and a big girl room that could use some Cameo TLC!

  373. Marie Lutzow says:

    I’m relatively new to blogland. I’ve been reading your blog for over a year but never left a comment before! I so enjoy your projects and posts. Working with your Dad on your new place has been wonderful to follow.
    The silhouette is such an amazing machine. I’ve always wanted to try one. The first project I would do is a family tree for my mother’s 85th birthday. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. And thank you for giving us this fun opportunity.

  374. Samnang Schultz says:

    Oh the things I could make with a Cameo. I’d start off with ornaments and gift tags for Christmas

  375. My first project would be a cameo of my daughter.

  376. I would use this to make all of my gift tags for Christmas this year! As well as about a million other projects…..

  377. Michelle Fitzgerald says:

    I would love love love love this. I have been wanting to do those lables on jars for the pantry ever since seeing them in blogland but do not have all of tools to do them with. Thanks for the great opportunity.

  378. Juliana Herrmann says:

    I would share with the ladies at my Mothers in Laws Memory care unit. The ladies enjoy crafts maybe we could make name tags for their dining tables for the holidays, signs for their doors….so many ideas!

  379. I have a playroom in the basement that needs some big letters and numbers on the wall in primary colors!

  380. I’d make my Christmas gifts with it.

  381. My first project would be vinyl lettering for my front door…then some Christmas presents and awwww…the possibilities are endless!!!!

  382. I would love to win so I can make subway art on canvas…it would be much easier!

  383. I would use the cameo to make vinyl cutouts, birthday cards and much more.

  384. I’d make some inspirational sayings for the walls in all my rooms. Running low on inspiration right now, and this would be great to win! Thanks

  385. Tracey Bishop says:

    Oh how fun! We just renovated some of our house so I can think of many things. The laundry room also needs some love too!

  386. Glenda Pryor says:

    I have wanted a Cameo for sooo long!! I’d make a banner that said ‘Grateful’ for my hearth! I’ve wanted one to hang there for a very long time!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  387. Joyia Buckelew says:

    Oh Rhonda, I have been dying for one of these wonderful machines!!!! I really don’t know what I would do first. I want to make new numbers for my mailbox, label jars in my kitchen and just label my entire house!!!

  388. Would love to do some Christmas Projects — thanks for the chance.

  389. I would love a Cameo machine!! With Christmas around the corner I would probably use it to make tags and other cute stuff!! 🙂

  390. I would make my Christmas gifts with it.

  391. I have been pining over a Silhouette Cameo for over a year. I would love to win one and start by creating tags for a multitude of baskets that I have in my pantry. Then I’d be on to add the creations to my scrapbooks and signs for my house… The lists go on…

  392. You know…there’s so many endless possibilites with this little wonder! I’d use it for making gifts for family and friends! AND for the scrapbook I’ve made with my journey through beating breast cancer! Woot Woot!

  393. Glenda Pryor says:

    I have wanted a Camero for sooo long!! I’d make a banner that said ‘Grateful’ for my hearth! I’ve wanted one to hang there for a very long time!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  394. Teresa Vanselow says:

    I would make some cute wall displays for my classroom.

  395. I’m a sucker for snowflakes and the examples you posted got my mind in over-drive.
    Oh, the things we could do….

  396. I would make a nativity scene with wood blocks and vinyl! 🙂 Thanks for this opportunity!

  397. Bri Schmidt says:

    I have too many projects in mind to narrow it down!

  398. Man-OH-Man…so many ideas and projects and running through my head as we speak, I hope I win!! “thank you”

  399. My first project would be something for Christmas, ornaments for the tree or maybe those snowflakes on the clear candle holders in the picture above. Thanks for the chance to win.

  400. Oh!!!! If I ever could win a Silhouette…I would make the most wonderful Christmas presents for everyone! Would love to have one!!

  401. Cindy Logan says:

    I would love to make some artwork for above my fireplace. I hope I win!!!!

  402. I have no idea but it looks like fun. Bet we could make lots of things to sell at the church’s thrift store.

  403. I would do something for my mom to honor our family name.

  404. Awesome giveaway, I’d love to win one! The first thing I’d do is cut out some vinyl labels for the ceramic jars in our kitchen!

  405. I’d love to use it for some stencils for t-shirts this Christmas!

  406. Wow! What a great give-a-way! I would make a wooden sign and cut vinyl for a stencil.

  407. I would love to make some handmade cards/stationary for Christmas gifts. I am sure I can of lots more uses!

  408. Words to go on the stair risers!

  409. Sonya Dennis says:

    I would like to make various sizes of snowflakes for decorations. We rarely get snow here so I would like to make it feel wintery for Christmas. Thanks!

  410. I would use it to make vinyl lettering!

  411. I’d love to try some subway art with all the places we have live in the 40+ years of marriage!

  412. I would love to make labels and organize everything in my house! 🙂

  413. I’d love to make a cut out personalized name for my son’s room! Thanks for hosting!!

  414. The possibilities are endless, I would make them all

  415. I would make “Family Rules” Subway Art and gifts too. Thanks

  416. I would love one of these for Vinyl cutouts!

  417. i would love to do some personalized things for my kids. Maybe some kid artwork too. Love the owls!

  418. My daughter is getting married in April, and there are so many things we could make if we owned one! (i.e. cute signs posted along the l.o.n.g. road to the wedding venue!)

    Thank you for this opportunity!

  419. Love to personalized all my Christmas gifts!

  420. The possibilities are endless, I would make them all

  421. Kelly Fenzel says:

    Reindeer cut outs! I collect reindeer and can’t have too many!!

  422. I am getting ready for my sixth grandbaby and I would like to make memorbilia for all of them.

  423. Monogrammed champagne flutes as gifts!

  424. I would love to make those cute snowflakes you featured!

  425. Theresa Nichols says:

    This is so totally awesome. My daughter is getting married next month (after Holidays) and the knife curtain captured my imagination. What do you think about multi height chandeliers on burlap curtains for the photo booth backdrop? Then she could reuse them in her apartment as a sweet memento of her beautiful day.

  426. I would love to have one. It does so much that it is hard to decide what to make first. I would probably do the snowflakes or something for Christmas and work my way through the seasons.

  427. I would make fabric stencils to add some fabric painted bling to a few of my daughter’s clothes! fun

  428. Linda Schuyler says:

    I would love to win this for my daughter who manages a daycare center. I’m sure decorations for the upcoming holidays would be first on the list, but the applications in that setting would be endless!

  429. I think I’d start with all the glass jars in my kitchen!

  430. I would create some custom vinyl wall art. Been wanting to try that forever. Thanks for the great giveaway

  431. Christmas gifts!

  432. I would love to make some wooden signs that look like old farm lugs with our family name!

  433. I would make labels for the pantry so my husband knows the difference between quinoa and flax seed!!

  434. I have a new baby coming in a week and would love to make some decor for the nursery!!

  435. I really need to jazz up my baby girl’s nursery.

  436. Making labels would be first, but the possibilities seem endless.

  437. I would make some christmas shirts for my hubby it would be great with making gifts for people

  438. I very much want me one of these! It is on my Christmas list (if I don’t win it first of course *wink*) there is so much you can do with them! I love that they cut fabric and vinyl and paper! Best thing ever in the world!

  439. Tiffany Boone says:

    I absolutely love all the possibilities this machine offers! My first project would have to be a project for gifts for my girlfriends, like personalized drink tumblers!

  440. I would love to make a “Pantry” sign for my pantry cabinet. I have been wanting to do this but don’t have a way to make the letters.

  441. I would label everything in the house and then make snowflakes…endless possibilities!

  442. I would love to use it to make some cute onsies for my baby daughter

  443. I’d love to create some vinyl art!

  444. I would make Christmas shirts for grandkids.

  445. We are building a house so definitely would use this to decorate and organize.

  446. Deana Powell says:

    ALL KINDS OF THINGS! My husband would never see my daughter and I for days if we were to win a cameo! Signs, iron ons, pillow designs…and the list keeps going!

  447. Goodness… the first thing I would make? I guess I’d get a jump on my Christmas presents, instead of doing the signs by hand… I’d use these! Ornaments, and glasses, and signs, and vases… and probably use some of the ideas you listed above too! I’m all about DIY!

  448. Lisa Peterson says:

    I would make loads of pretty sparkly Christmas things for my house. I would also love to make beautiful gifts for my friends and neighbors. You ROCK! Thanks!

  449. sarah greer says:

    I want to put the lyrics to “O Holy Night” onto a wood pallet I already have. 🙂

  450. The first thing I would make is something personalized for my mom. All the kids call her Granny-Ma and we can never find anything with the name on it so I would love to make her something for her house!

  451. I would love to make some home decor!

  452. love to have this to make cards for my kids birthday

  453. I would be trying out anything and everything I could find on Pinterest because I’ve never used one of these before or anything like it. It’s all new to me. I’d probably do some Christmas decorating.

  454. Nicole Reese says:

    I am a virgin crafter! I avidly read all of the wonderful creative blogs out there but have never really made anything…being a new stay-at-home mom, I think its time to start! I would love this craft machine to help me get started..first some signs, then labels, then gift tags..maybe I will even come up with something of my own creation! Thanks!

  455. I would just love this machine! My first project would be to make vinyl lettering for above my front door and on my stainless steel canisters. I’m working on a beach theme master bedroom right now that would look wonderful with sea shell pillows and vinyl lettering on the wall.

  456. What an awesome giveaway!!! I would etch my Pyrex sets right away and create some vinyl decor for my new niece or nephews nursery. Thanks for sharing!! Kerri —

  457. I would use this for sooo many things, Christmas gift tags first! I also want to get the cake accessory kit! Thanks

  458. Jacqueline Hall says:

    I would making templates using vinyl so I could sketch some glass wear!

  459. The first thing I would make would probably be Christmas decor for the

  460. I’d make Christmas ornaments first and then start doing things for the grands’ rooms….when I could get it away from my daughter!

  461. Carrie in Spokane says:

    Gifts for my friends. make signs using cupboard doors and lettering. Thanks for the giveaway!

  462. First thing to make would be labels for the pantry so my husband can tell the difference between quinoa and flax seed!

  463. This has been on my wish list for the longest time. Maybe this Christmas I’ll receive one.

  464. My friend and I are planning on moving out into our first place together in the spring. We were thinking how awesome it would be to make vinyl cut outs so we could make a “stenciled” wall in our rental! Something classy, but removable so we can always get our deposit back later. Plus, my OCD would be very happy to label everything in the pantry!

  465. merla schoenberg says:

    I would love to make a “ton” of the snowflakes! Also, lots of letters to put on signs that I want to make. I have the wood for the signs (lots of it). It would be so much easier to be able to cut the saying and letters with the silhouette machine!!! I would LOVE winning…

  466. I would make templates on acetate so that I could make chocolate cupcake inserts or cake decorations. It may not make sense to you but my mind is going a mile a minute designing cupcake & cake decorations!

  467. I would make stencils!

  468. If I won this I would actually give it to my sister, since I already own a Cameo! I am cutting some vinyl with it today.

  469. I would make all of my Christmas gifts!

  470. I want to personalize some pillows and flaxseed filled pillows. Words, images, whatever works for the person I want to gift.

  471. Jenny Smith says:

    I would like to create decorations for my wedding and invitations!

  472. I’d make something Christmasy!

  473. I would make something out of vinyl, most likely a lot of somethings.

  474. I would label everything in my storage closet and pantry…and then get down to the fun stuff…!!

  475. I would start by making a banner for my mantle! I want to win so badly!!!

  476. Christmas decorations. what fun it would be to have one of these. 🙂

  477. Wow I would Love to win this. I would play around with it and enjoy my creations. Maybe even make some gifts.

  478. I would love to be able to decorate my home for the Christmas Holidays.

  479. I’d love to win a Silhouette, thanks for this great contest.

  480. I would make Christmas gifts!

  481. gosh, sigh, how wonderful!!!… I would be the first woman in Switzerland to have such a machine!!!! I’d love to cut out letters to put them on signs, boards or just hang them on a wall:-)!!!

  482. Hmmmm…so many choices! I think I would use it to either stencil house numbers on my front door OR stencil the ceiling around my bedroom chandelier! Would love this, looks like so much fun!

  483. I would love to have a cute and easy way to add some cute graphics to the shirts I am making my kids for Christmas.

  484. I would LOVE to win this prize !!!! With the Holidays
    upon us I would jump in making all sorts of decorations
    like the snowflakes you showed from another blogger.
    I also need labels to get organized and I think the vinyl
    lettering is so pretty around the house. I want one over
    my entry door and was about to order one….maybe I’ll
    win this and not have to order !!!

  485. I would love to make cute personalized art

  486. I would try making a magnetic memo board using owls. Love owls!! This has been on my wish list for a while. It is my goal in 2013 to make as many handmade gifts as possible for people on my gift list. Thanks for the giveaway.

  487. Susan Stone says:

    I would love to make vinyl letters for everything

  488. Leslie Smith says:

    I would love to win a Silhouette Cameo The crafting possibilities would be endless!!

  489. I would love to make a Christmas Carol canvas for my living room! Oh Holy Night would be my favorite! Then I would make wooden signs, I have so many ideas I want to do. When I was done with those it would be off to label all the glass jars in my pantry!

  490. I would love to win! My project list is rather long, but I think Christmas decor would move to the top!

  491. Subway Art! I have wanted to make it forever!

  492. Homemade gifts for my 16 nieces and nephews. Christmas is coming all-to-soon!

  493. michelle riebeek says:

    I would first make some vinyl sayings and a lot of christmas decor!

  494. Lauren Kurtz says:

    the first thing i would make is the christmas vinyl decorations that i’ve been dying to make!

  495. Meghan Schow says:

    I want to make cute vinyl labels for jars and boxes!

  496. I would make hanging art to go in my kitchen and make matching stencil for the kitchen cabinets.

  497. I would cut loved ones names and add them to ornaments! I am a huge fan of the Silhouette machine! Love it.

  498. I have a TON of vinyl projects in mind and I also like the fabric kit to make my own throw pillows! 🙂

  499. I would like to make subway-type Christmas signs. What a great giveaway!

  500. I would make vinyl numbers for my new front door in my new house! Great giveaway!

  501. I want to make some labels for my daughter’s closet and some Christmas gifts.

  502. Crown pictures for a project I’m working on. Thanks for hosting.

  503. Darla McKee says:

    I would like to cut those adorable boxes out of cardstock like Roeshel’s. Adorable!

  504. If I won, the first thing I would make is a stencil for my tall kitchen ceiling in the house I am renovating! 🙂

  505. Julianne Johnson says:

    I would love to Make Ornaments!

  506. I would love a Cameo. I am going to make some fabric Christmas pillows!

  507. I would like to make some wall art for my newly remodeled kitchen.

  508. I would start with something for my kids room.. Sooo many ideas! And labels in my kitchen.. Signs.. Etc!

  509. My very first project would be to turn the nursery at our church into a more “grown-up” children’s lounge. We would like to replace the old teddy bear wallpaper border with some really cool vinyl animal silhouettes (think modern Noah’s ark).

  510. Gena in Texas says:

    Oh MY! I would make signs and more signs!

  511. I would change the font on my coffee pot! I found an orginal pot to replacle my broken vintage one, but the numbering is didfferent. I’d replace to match. Just yesterday I thought,”Gee, this would be a great use for one of those machines!.” Maybe that’s a sign! CTD

  512. I’d start with personalizing some drapes for my daughter’s new apartment. Then I’d move on to some graphic artwork to apply to her headboard and really customize her space.

  513. Karen Sievers says:

    If I won I would like to make vinyl letters and then the snowflakes for decorations.
    Thanks for having this giveaway, Rhoda.

  514. Wonderful give away. I would use it for cards & scrapbooking.

  515. Nikki Haigler says:

    I would love to win this so I can make anything with owls!!! I love them they remind me of my grandmother 🙂

  516. Ohh the possibilities! I would team up with the grandkids and make some things for their rooms and then I would love to try vinyl lettering.

  517. Wow, what an awesome Christmas gift this would be! I can think of a millions ways to use it. Thanks!

  518. I’d do something with fabric…. probably some new pillows. Awesome giveaway, Rhonda, and I love your new house!

  519. Nursery art!

  520. Have been coveting a siloutte. Found the cutest nativity scene on blocks of wood on Pinterest. That would be the first thing that I make. Love, love. First time I have ever commented but also love your blog.

  521. Lisa Cooper says:

    I am trying to get organized, so I would use it for labels and tags.

  522. I want to make me a wall hanging with the same saying I put on my husband’s grave

  523. I’m not quite sure what I would make yet. Probably something for a Christmas gift using vinyl or fabric. Excited to see how it cuts through fabric!

  524. Snowflakes for sure — I’ve been wanting one of these for so long for exactly this purpose!

  525. If I won, I think I would copy those glittery snowflakes. I would make the snowflakes in different sizes and designs. They would make really pretty embellishments to wrapped presents.

  526. I think I would make a name plaque for a friend who was recently married. She lives in California…and I didn’t get to go to her wedding, but I’m coming up with some gift ideas. This would be perfect on an old weathered board.

  527. I would use it to make some artwork for the walls in my family room! I love the idea of vinyl on vintage windows. So cute!!

  528. Jennifer S. says:

    If I won a Silhouette, I’d add some adorable labels to my pantry containers!

  529. Jennifer Henry says:

    I would make something for my 4yr olds new big girl room

  530. just looking at this for scrapbooking!

  531. Jennifer Bush says:

    I would LOVE to win one of these! I’ve been coveting one for a long time. Oops, coveting. Can’t help it. Would love to have one to make signs, pillows, labels, you name it. I don’t even know where I’d start!!

  532. I would do some labeling of bins around the house, specifically in the kids, rooms and kitchen. Maybe the we could be more organized?

  533. I would love this machine, I would make christmas subway art

  534. I would love to make some vinyl monograms and wording for my house.

  535. Maurita Weaver-Miller says:

    labels, tags, wall words, embellishments!!! I could think of a hundred diff ways to use this AMAZING MACHINE! Ty!

  536. um. I love all the projects you showcased using a Silhouette! Pretty sure I’m going to have to make one of them as my first project done with my newly won Silhouette 😉 Thanks for the opportunity!

  537. The first thing I would do, would be to make a subway-type sign. I love those things, and it would be so easy to do with this machine.

  538. If I won this fab machine, I’d make Christmas stencils for my kids to trace and make beautiful decorations like snowflakes, snowmen, candy canes, and ornaments.

  539. Doralee Thrasher says:

    What a cool machine! We just adopted another rescue pup, and I need a way to keep all of the various leashes, treats, toys, sweaters, etc, organized, so I would use it for decorating storage cubbies with each pup’s name! Now to teach them to read…. 🙂

  540. I would make word signs and quotes for our game room.

  541. Thanks so much for this opportunity. I’ve been so envious of so many of those projects. Would love the chance to make some of my own. I have some vinyl ideas for my daughters bedroom.

  542. Melissa K. says:

    I’d make labels for organizing projects using vinyl!

  543. Ashley Holden says:

    I would love to make some vinyl lettering for Christmas decorations and signs. Maybe a nativity with wooden blocks too…

  544. I would make Christmas signs and pillows. Thank you for the giveaway!

  545. I would use it for all kinds of organizing and decorating projects!

  546. I would love to make an Advent Calendar, pls hurry!

  547. I would use it for things for my daughter’s wedding!

  548. We are about to move into our first house together! There are so many projects I want to use this for!!! Cute kitchen labels, wall artwork, pillows… so many projects!!!

  549. Jamie Larsen says:

    I would make some vinyl wall decor if I won. thanks for the chance 🙂

  550. I would give it to my daughter to enjoy decorating and using it for so many things for her children. Together we would really get some things done!

  551. I’d love to make some vinyl for my car!

  552. Stacey Rothrock Steinfeld says:

    The first thing I would make with this machine would be a set of growth charts for our Boy/Girl twins who share a room.

  553. Kristy Thornton Black says:

    I want one of these so bad!!!

  554. I would love to make some vinyl projects! I love subway art!

  555. Kristy Thornton Black says:

    I can’t wait to win one of these.

  556. Wow….so many decisions…maybe start off with some glass storage jars in my kitchen, then some throw pillows, my daughter & I would have sooo much fun! Thanks for sharing!

  557. So many choices….Probably a vintage wooden sign for our kitchen.

  558. I want to make labels for EVERYTHING in my kitchen!

  559. I would be doing some special wall stencils

  560. My one and only child moved off to college this year:( … which means I have TONS of free time on my hand for crafting! I have wanted a Silhouette Cameo since I found out what they do!!!! I would DEFINITELY make Christmas gifts if I win this … ’tis the Season!!! The possibilities are ENDLESS but my first would be a platter from Hobby Lobby, with a monogram from my Silhouette! I can’t WAIT to win this:)))))

  561. I think I’d go label crazy!! Organizing my pantry is on my to do list, so I would not only label jars and containers, I’d make some decals to decorate the walls of the pantry.

  562. Oh! Pillows and more pillows!

  563. Elizabeth H says:

    How great this would be to make gifts for family and friends for Christmas. The Silhouette Cameo can do amazing things. Thanks for the opportunity.

  564. I would love to do some Christmas projects with my granddaughters!

  565. I would love to win this!!! I would love to make my son’s “rocket” birthday party invites and decor!

  566. Subway art for Christmas presents.

  567. I’d love to do some wall art with this!

  568. Getting my whole house organized and would love to make some labels!!

  569. I would so love to create some subway art, something along the lines of “Mimi’s Rules” which, of course, aren’t rules at all! LOL!

  570. Tona Haggermaker says:

    Been wanting one of these for a while…just never have the extra $$$. I would love to buy some pretty white plates/platters and do initials for Christmas gifts! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Tona Haggermaker
    Athens, Alabama

  571. I would love to make some cute Christmas gift tags with the silhouette machine.

  572. Great giveaway! I would make a welcome sign for my door and lots of cute labels.

  573. I would love to make some fun art for the nursery!

  574. els manning says:

    oh my gosh… i think i would start with christmas gifts for family…! Love the glass owl panes. And the crowns…! Would be very cool for a wall hanging too!

  575. I would LOVE one of these to create vinyl labels for pantry storage. I’ve been mooning over all of the organized kitchen pantries in the blogisphere! My New Years Resolution this year will be to have an organized pantry in 2013 and I’ve already put one of these on my Santa List!

  576. I’d definitely make some vinyl word art!!

  577. Ooh, this would be so fun to win! It’s on my Christmas list and I want to learn how to make vinyl expressions out of it. I currently sell for a vinyl company, but think I could make them a lot cheaper by doing it myself!

  578. I want to make so so so many things!!! I would start with fun gift tags for Christmas.

  579. JacquelineB. says:

    I would definitely be using it to make vinyl lettering.

  580. How cool that it can do fabric! And to think I was just excited about the vinyl lettering! Chances are slim that I will win, but gosh I would LOVE it! Lori Lucas

  581. Vinyl labels for various binders.

  582. Jessica Wohld says:

    First of all, this is so generous of Silhouette! If I were to win the Cameo I would begin by making some fun busy bags and busy books to keep my toddler occupied while I teach her big brothers.

  583. My first project would be a “Ho! Ho! Ho!” sign using an old 3-picture frame I have with pics of my kids~

  584. I’d make signs for our wedding!

  585. Judy Sanell says:

    I’m working on a scrapbook for my visit to NY – would love to create the title of the places we visited with the new Cameo

  586. What a great giveaway! I would use this machine to make wall art using inspirational & family quotes.

  587. I’d be making lots of Christmas cards!
    awesome giveaway!

  588. I’d definitely be making those glitter snowflakes!

  589. There are so many things that I want to make…pillows, wine gift bags, vinyl wall art…I would love to make a stencil to paint my walls and of course scrapbooking! Thanks for doing this!

  590. I would use it for me new nephew or niece’s nursery!

  591. Kristina Fisk says:

    I would love to win! I would like to make a few barn wood signs and a welcome sign for my front entry.

  592. I would make a cute Christmas sign for my mother, so would love this! Thanks for such a fun giveaway!

  593. Pick me, Pick me!!!! Hmmmm……the first thing I would make?? EVERYTHING!!! I am always printing letters or words off my printer then comes the tedious work of cutting it to make a ‘stencil’ for all my wood crafts!!! Next vinyl stencils for my glass etching!!!! This has been on my wishlist from the first moment I heard of the Silhouette machines!!

    Thanks for the chance to win this awesome machine!!!

  594. First on my lists to create would be Christmas cards–and then on to many other projects…

  595. I have several ideas for pillows I’d love to make with this nifty tool! Thanks for the chance to win!

  596. I would love to do some vinyl labeling and decor.

  597. Lorena Brown says:

    I’d love to use it to make a plate and tray for Santa’s Cookies.

  598. Barbara (WA) says:

    I’ve been wanting to make my own rustic signs without trying to hand letter the words – this would be a wonderful solution!

  599. I would love to make some wall art!

  600. Thanks for this exciting giveaway! I would cut a bible verse to go over the wide opening in my dining room.

  601. I would make something with vinyl- possibly a saying for a wall in our new home.

  602. What fun, fun, fun! I’d make a gajillion Christmas gifts…starting with an “established” sign for my nephew who is about to be married.

  603. lesley McQuade says:

    I’d love this Silhouette machine .. I’d like to creat some KappaKappaGamma arty things for my daughter ..
    Happy Thanksgiving

  604. I would make some vinyl decor! I would love this machine!

  605. I would use it to create stencils for my stair risers project I’m about to start!

  606. I would love to win one to do some fun projects with my family! What a great giveaway! Thanks!

  607. I would love to make my own version of the reindeer’s names on a wall board.

  608. I will use it for my Roller Derby team to each get their names in vinyl on their helmets!

  609. Opps…I would make a great frame for the doorway of my daughters room to start with — the possibilities are endless!!

  610. I would use it for a lot of things but really wanted to use it to
    make monograms for lamp shades and for cards that I want to make. Thanks for the opportunity.

  611. I would make snowflakes for my classroom.

  612. Jessica Gourley says:

    I would most definitely start labeling for our new pantry product if I won a silhouette! 🙂

  613. I would make Christmas gifts .. and stuff for my house.

  614. Jo Ann Nunes says:

    Ohhhh My, where do I begin!!!!!!! Scrapbooking, cards, wall vinyl, car vinyl, potted plants, patio, cat, no wait can’t put vinyl on the cat! I would definitely be in Cameo heaven!!! There really is a Santa Claus!
    Just love your blog and everything you do, you are so talented!
    Happy Holidays

    Jo Ann
    Abita Springs, LA

  615. I could do so much with this machine! I definitely would make some labels for gifts and wall art for my new entryway!!

  616. I would finish all the projects I’ve started in my boys’ rooms!

  617. Wowzers. What a giveaway! I would love a tool like this and I have a ton of things I would love to use it for. I can’t wait to make a house rules subway art for our living room.

  618. A cute subway art sign

  619. Jamie Ryan says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! So many possibilities…
    I would probably start with making something to hang in my son’s room… he’s about to move to a big-boy bed, so that means an all new big-boy room!

  620. I would love to use it first to make some Christmas ornaments but I have a lot of ideas for additional projects.

  621. Tracie Wyckoff says:

    I would love to make some Christmas crafts with this. I would start with my cards

  622. I could make vinyl art and lettering.

  623. I would LOVE a silhouette!! I think the first thing I’d make is a stencil for a rug idea I have! 🙂

  624. I would make some art work for the family room!

  625. I have so many projects in mind, I couldn’t name them all! But I would get some Christmas presents out of the way first!

  626. I would use it to make some subway art.

  627. Thanks for the great giveaway. I could make some great things with the kids at 4-H where I volunteer.

  628. I have a list a mile long of what I would make!!! 🙂 I would LOOOOVE one!!! 🙂

  629. Nan Martin says:

    Love it and would use it for Christmas crafts and ornaments in my Pre- K classroom as well as gifts for family and friends!

  630. I would start with a Christmas Advent calendar, then get going on my mile long list of other ideas! Fun!

  631. I would love nothing more than to make a Beautiful Wall -Vinyl- Monogram for my soon-to-be Connor’s Nursery wall!

  632. What a fun giveaway! I would make some labels for things in my pantry!

  633. I would so LOVE to use this tool to decorate my home for the holidays!!! After that, I would get super, happy, busy on my sweet daughters’ rooms and playroom. :))

  634. Angela Adair says:

    I have a collection of items that I have in mind…they range from a Christmas present- toy room (labels, wall decor, pillows) etc., my kitchen (labeling, I have a vintage window that is in need of holiday decor vinyl), my kids rooms (curtains, pillows, picture decor) And GIFTS! I really would use it all the time!

  635. I’d design menus for dinner parties.

  636. The first thing I would make with my new cameo would be holiday gift tags for presents and baked goods I will be giving this year.

  637. I would love to win………..going to redo sons roooms

  638. kathy anderson says:

    My first project would be to make some cute chalkboard labels for my pantry. I love all the darling labels I’ve been seeing all over the internet — oh the possibilities! Thank you so much for the chance to win!

  639. I would love to win the silhouette! I have so many crafts I want to finish with it. I have also love a number of crafts from the silhouette website and pinterest that I would love to do.

  640. Joy Clapsadle says:

    I would love to make vinyl labels for my new spice rack

  641. Louise in NE OK says:

    I would love to try vinyl monograms!!! Thanks!

  642. I would make wall decorations for the guest bedroom.

  643. There are so many things to make. I’m just brainstorming some ideas for my first child’s nursery and I could really come up with some great DIYs with a Silhouette.

  644. I just bought a new house and have been having such a fun time decorating it. Iwould love to have this machine to add extra personality to my home. I love pillows and subway art so my first porject would be to create pillows with subway art on them for myself, friends and family! Thanks for the opportunity!

  645. I’d use it to make decorations and invitations for my Etsy shop!

  646. I have been longing for a Silhouette for years now! You are so sweet to give one away! I will probably make some monogram art for my five kiddos. Thank you!

  647. Regina Hermann says:

    Rhoda – I would love to create vinyl words to organize us and remind the children to wash their hands….. thanks for the opportunity!

  648. Not sure exactly what I would make but it would be for a nursery (love those owl wall hangings) because I have my first TWO grandbabies on the way!

  649. Julie Berry says:

    I would make letters for my daughters wall.

  650. I would use it to help organize my office.

  651. Morgan Gunter says:

    My first project would be to make some vinyl lettering for my family room!

  652. April Price says:

    I want to do some Christmas ornaments and presents.

  653. I would make a vinyl letters for my grandchildrens rooms. and maybe something for me too!

  654. First thing I would make is some inspirational quote in the kids playroom!

  655. I want to make pillows with silhouettes of sea creatures for my daughters first apartment…beachy bungalow style!

  656. I think some stenciling and stamping projects. I have a Cricket and luv it but not as versatile.

  657. I love all the lettering and signs that are able to be made with a Silhouette.

  658. I would love to make some word art on canvases!!!

  659. I would make some kind of subway art!

  660. Bethany Silcott says:

    I would make labels for my kitchen…sugar, flour, etc…

  661. The first (2) projects involve 2 old windows, vinyl & chalkboard paint – they’re for Christimas presents!

  662. I would use it to decorate my son’s nursery. And everywhere else in my house! 🙂

  663. I would love to make a Christmas silhouette to hang on my wall and then more Christmas items for decoration.

  664. I am so jealous of my friends’ Silhouettes! I would start with making lots of Christmas decor!

  665. I would love to decorate my first grand baby’s room due in June! I also am a nurse and I decorate our mother baby unit throughout the year! Happy thanksgiving!

  666. Signs, labels, Christmas gifts, Birthday gifts, Wedding items, art projects…oh my, the list is endless! Thanks for having such fabulous giveaways!

  667. I would make word art for my kitchen.

  668. Oh thanks for offering this giveaway-I would like to cut vinyl words to make some signs as my first project but I have LOTS of things I’d like to do with a Cameo!

  669. I would begin with organizing my spice cabinet and then move on to pillows in the great room and then designs for curtains and then . . .

  670. I’d make heat transfers for christmas shirts

  671. I would love to do cut out a Scripture out of vinyl to apply to the wall in my new grandbaby’s nursery.

    Thank you for this opportunity.

  672. I would like to try some projects with monogramming.

  673. With my daughter’s first birthday party coming up in January with the theme of “Winter ONE-derland”, I would love to use the Cameo for snowflakes!

  674. I would love to make some owl-themed art for my two sweet nieces! I’m constantly making my own “stencils” (using an exacto knife to cut out letters from a printed word doc), and would LOVE to have this Silhouette to make *real& vinyl stencils!

  675. Thank you for the contest! I’d love a Silhouette to go along with my My Digital Studio 2+ software for endless crafting! I’d make a Framed Holiday gift first.

  676. Hi! Thanks for a great giveaway…I would make some type of wall stencils to decorate my 98-year old grandma’s nursing home room! would be such a day brightener each day for her. Yay!

  677. Thanks so much for the chance to win Rhoda! I’d make some Christmas decor-maybe a bunting or subway art!

  678. I would like to make some labels/pictures for decoration.

  679. Oh my goodness!! I have wanted one of these forever. I would make gift tags and cover clear candle holders and do welcome signs for my front door, the list goes on and on.

    Great giveaway, Rhoda! Thanks a bunch!!!

  680. I would like to make some labels/pictures and signs for decoration. Thx…

  681. This is at the top of my wish list. I think I would start with some Christmas decoration ideas I have been seeing on Pinterest. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  682. Kristi Franklin says:

    I’d make a vinyl quote for my kitchen!

  683. Ooooh, so many things….so little….oh, first?? Hmmm, probably a mini scrapbook for christmas, then some Christmas ornaments, then maybe a vinyl saying for the bathroom mirror. Thanks for the opportunity!

  684. I’m excited to make christmas presents and (hopefully) wedding decorations for next year!

  685. you know i can keep that machine busy, my friend! soooooo many projects to try ! whoo hooo ! what a great giveaway!
    big hugs !

  686. I will make decorations for my classes at school and for my home. Thank you for the opportunity. Barbara

  687. Erin Kaven says:

    I purchased a beautiful bow front dresser at an auction and would love to add a design to it using a sillouette like you wonderful bloggers do.

  688. I’d use it to make Christmas presents. Times are tough, so I’m making presents and have some ideas for paintings with sayings that I want to do. The Silhouette would make them so much easier.
    A happy and blessed Thanksgiving to you and yours, Rhoda.

  689. What a wonderful giveaway! I would make vinyl letters to make subway art on a chest. Thanks for hosting!

  690. I would love to make some pretty Christmas cards!

  691. Caitlin Walthert says:

    I would use it to finally make my daughter’s baby scrapbook – she is going to be 3 next week!

  692. I love to make signs and I would love to have this to use as stencils, or work with the vinyl! I would also love to make some graphics for pillows! Thanks for the opportunity!

  693. I would make some wall art if I won this!

  694. My daughter is a teacher with an owl themed classroom. I could make great classroom decorations for her! Thanks for the giveaway!

  695. I do a lot of posters for church and would use the lettering to make the signs (faster and probably much neater). Thanks for the giveaway.

  696. I would be making some Christmas gifts…..wooden signs to start.

  697. Judy Harrell says:

    Being retired, I have so much time and so many ideas of things I would like to do with a Cameo. I would make a shabby sign for my sun room, and I would make some subway art, and I would monogram everything that didn’t get out of my way.

  698. I would make some cute vinyl signs for my laundry room. Time to glam it up a bit so maybe spending time in there won’t be such a drudge!

  699. I would make some applique shirts for my daughters.

  700. I would make some of those cute little boxes you featured …or maybe a cute little cut out to place on a recipe book I’m doing this year.

  701. Would I love to win this? Yes, yes, yes!!! I want to make subway art with mine! Thanks Rhoda for sponsoring this giveaway.

  702. I’d make a vinyl cutout for my front door.

  703. Would love to win and make some labels!

  704. Jackie Watson says:

    I would use my new Cameo to make lots of vinyl project ideas I have collected!

  705. I’d make those Anthropologie-style knife and fork curtain panels for my new dining room.

  706. I would love one of these…..I would make a subway sign for a Christmas gift for a friend!!!!!

  707. I would like to make a vinyl quote for my little girl’s bathroom.

  708. My first project would be vinyl labels for my sewing room. I love labels!

  709. I would love to make subway signs for my family and friends! If I had the Cameo, I could make so many other things for gifts, as well!

  710. Vanessa Robinson says:

    I neeeed this for all the fabulous projects I dream about!

  711. Terri Pernosky says:

    I thought at first I would use the Silhouette for birds to finish a vintage dressing table for grandgirlies for Christmas now I see the snowflakes so maybe those first.

  712. I would have a hard time deciding where to start first there are just so many things I want to make with one of these machines. I think I would first make some wording stencil to paint on a headboard I am making.

  713. Lisa Kubin says:

    I know that this is pretty boring but I would love to make vinyl letters for about a million things at my house!
    Lisa k.

  714. I know I’ll be disqualified coz I don’t live in the US but I just wanted to share that I bought one sometime ago and only got to use it for one project. Then it broke down and I couldn’t get it fixed because there were no service centers here in the UAE. I lost my money and I couldn’t afford to get it shipped back to the US for repairs and then pay again for return shipping. now there are so many projects I wished I could do like making decals for the house or screen printing patterns for some gifts I want to make. Wished silhouette would have a branch here in Dubai soon.

    I’ve been posting this comment on most silhouette giveaway posts hoping silhouette America will listen to my pleas…

  715. Oh, I have wanted one of these for so long!! I would make vinyls for ornaments and personalized Christmas gifts. Thanks so much for the chance. 🙂

  716. Kristy Skoy says:

    If I win I would first Make a Christmas Sign that I have designed and have been waiting to use a Silhouette make it! I hope I win so I can actually make it this year!

  717. I would make my fantastic cousin so amazing and personalized baby gift…….because she’s PREGNANT!!! Yay! I get to throw her, her first and best baby shower EVER!!

  718. Wow! I did not realize all the things the cameo could do! Initially I would start with decorative designs (similar to the snowflakes Lindsay created above), then branch out from there.
    Thanks Rhoda for this opportunity!

  719. I would finish a doormat I started 6 months ago!!

  720. Katie Eberling says:

    I would do some glass etching.

  721. I would love to make something with fabric, possibly turned into a cute pillow or fun decor.

  722. Jill Frankenfield says:

    Be still, my heart! <3 If I won the coveted Silhouette Cameo that I've been begging my husband to buy for me for over a year now the very first thing I would make would be a vinyl for my home that would say…"THANK YOU, SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY…YOU'RE A 'CUT ABOVE THE REST'!" 😀

  723. carrie cantu says:

    Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway! I’ve wanted one of these for soo long! I’d love to make subway art and many other home decor projects!

  724. I would L.O.V.E. to win this! I have stacks of old bleacher wood in my garage I have been wanting to make signs out of; but handpainting them all will take so much time. This is the perfect thing to get those signs done. Thanks for hosting the giveaway and I hope I win! : )

  725. I build paper models in addition to scrapbooking, and having a Cameo to cut out the printed pages for me would save so much time! So I would use my Cameo for making a paper city!

  726. Mary Tanner says:

    Wow! That thing looks so awesome. I would love to make some stencils for funiture, walls, signs…! Thanks so much for the chance to win and all the inspiration!

  727. I’d make an advent calendar! If not in time for this year, then I’d get it done first thing so I’d be sure to have it for next year. 🙂

  728. Samantha Knecht says:

    I would make a vinyl monogram and put it on an ice bucket!

  729. Marla Judy says:

    I would love to try some vinyl

  730. First, thank you Rhoda and also Silhouette for the giveaway opportunity! I have SO SO SO many projects that this would be perfect for, but first, I would have to make personalized Christmas presents for friends and family! Good luck to all!

  731. Stencils. Lots of stencils! I DIYed my wedding and one of our thank you gifts for the guests were etched mason jars. I had to hand-cut all my stencils on contact paper–which was find when we had 20 guests, but it grew to 70! I thought I would never finish in time for the party.

  732. Sheila Shapley says:

    I would like to try glass etching.

  733. I would be so excited to win a Cameo. I am planning for my daughter’s first birthday and having one would save me so much money! I could also use it for holiday gifts. The possibilities are endless!

  734. Iris Turner says:

    I would make monograms for EVERYTHING!

  735. Rebecca S. says:

    I would love to win this! I would use it first to make some vinyl sayings for my baby’s room!

  736. I would like to do some vinyl projects!

  737. I’d just about Kill for one of those machines! Got anybody you want to get rid of? 😀 😀 j/k
    I would love to finally put names on my glass canisters and would be able to tell the powered sugar from the flour without my glasses.


  738. I love the pillow project. I would love to make some holiday inspired fabric pillows with this awesome machine!

  739. I’m planning a 1st birthday party and could really use this!

  740. So many projects would get done with the Cameo. This little reply box isn’t big enough to hold them all! 🙂

  741. Hilary Kent says:

    Wall decals for my one year old’s room

  742. gatorgirl4325 says:

    I’m needing to catch up on my scrapbooking – a new Cameo would make quick work of it! 🙂

  743. I would start out with some Christmas decor. Maybe some cute snowflakes!

  744. I’d love to win, so I can make some uber cute labels for our pantry, amongst other things!

  745. There are so many things I want to make with this awesome machine!!! The possibilities are endless! I love it!!!!!

  746. I would stencil curtains like the fork and knife you have on your blog. So cute!

  747. dawn beaver says:

    I want to make some pennants with letters on them…like “joy to the world”.

  748. I’d completely re-do my new studio space with wall art and some organizing….. sounds so delightful!

  749. Amanda Estroff says:

    If I could win a Cameo, I would make vinyl wall decals for my moms home. Decorations that my son and I could decorate and hang up around the apartment. Customized curtains and customized shirts for my son. Scrapbook pages of course and whatever else I can think up. The possibilities are endless. Thank you Silhouette and you for this awesome chance! 🙂

  750. I would use the Cameo to finish the scrapbook I am making for my brother and new sister-in-law for their Christmas gift.

  751. Angela Glidewell says:

    Subway ART

  752. Brenda Jenkins says:

    I would try to make those boxes to use to give away Christmas cookies!!&

  753. I’d make stencils!

  754. Kelley Silberberg says:

    My first project would be a quote for my mother’s quilt room. She has always inspired me!

  755. kathy hanson says:

    I have never had one, so I think I’d make a monogram sign of some sort.

  756. Well, a billion labels for starters… but really, it looks like the sky’s the limit with that machine.

  757. I need this to do some monogramming projects!

  758. Christy Coy says:

    I’d make those awesome snowflakes! Love!

  759. Stephanie Gray says:

    What a great giveaway! I would use this machine for creating shabby chic decor in my guest room. I love the fact that the possibilities are endless with this wonderful machine.

  760. A welcome sign to our new home!!

  761. It would be so great to have one of these. My first project would be a stencil for words on my kitchen wall. Thanks for the opportunity Rhoda!!

  762. When I win this, I will make initials of my friend’s names. I am making a craft project with altoid mint boxes and I could personalize each one. Thanks for the give a way

  763. We throw a huge holiday party and I would use it to create the favor boxes and some vinyl cut outs to create our “wonderland” display”!

  764. Melissa H. says:

    I’d love to make wrapping paper for christmas!

  765. That looks awesome. I would definitely have to consult with my crafty sister on making anything.

  766. I would love to make some Christmas cards!!!

    Thank you!!

  767. I would love to make some of the cute signs and labels I see madw with this wonderful machine. Keeping my fingers crossed!

  768. Carol N. from ISV says:

    Oooh, I’ve been wanting one of these. I would probably start with Christmas tags and then make those cute gift boxes to use with my cookie swap. Love the ideas!

  769. I’d love to win this and I’d make a etched labels on jars for Christmas gift packaging.

  770. I would love to make some wall art to put in the nursery of our first baby on the way!!

  771. I would so love to win this! The first thing I would make would either be baby things or christmas things!

  772. I would love to make a “play like a champion sign” for my husband’s man cave!

  773. Sharon L Smith says:

    Fabulous Christmas signs……….thank you for the opportunity!!! Love your new home!

  774. T-shirts for my kids to wear on our supprise trip to disney this year

  775. mercury plates with Christmas snowflakes

  776. Shirley Casciola says:

    I would make vinyl somethings and fabric somethings!

  777. Carly deLeon says:

    I would use it to make vinyl wall decorations for my daughter’s nursery first, and then a trillion other crafts after that!

  778. I have a dresser that is BEGGING for some stenciling, so that would probably be my first project, if I were to win. 😀 Congrats to whomever is chosen and good luck to all the contestants.

  779. I’d love to make monograms for gifts and…pretty much everything! Thanks for the chance!

  780. The first thing I would try to make is a christmas sign. Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

  781. I have some wooden crates that I want to stain and put some numbers on. A Cameo would be the perfect tool!

  782. I would make the nativity scene and put the vinyl on the glass of a picture frame and hang it with ribbon in my dining room for Christmas.

  783. I would love to win a Silhouette to dress up our Army issue house and turn it into a home 🙂 The possibilities would be endless!

  784. I want to make a sign for my daughter’s room and it will require a lot of detailed painting in many different fonts, so a Cameo would save me a ton of time. I would use it to make vinyl lettering and save my poor old lady hands from cramping!


  785. I’d like to make subway art and some stenciled pillows!

  786. Hi! I’d give this to my daughter who, I am sure, has scads of ideas!

  787. I plan to make monograms for everything!!

  788. I’d love to make vinyl wall art.

  789. Conchy Marcano says:

    I’m hopo g to win one to decorare and use in my classroom.

  790. It is unbelievable all the things you can do with this! The first thing I would make is a sign for my kitchen similar to the wood one you posted.