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Silhouette Specialty Media Sale (Save Big Bucks Just In Time For The Holiday Season!!)

I’m so excited to be able to pass along a great money-saving opportunity to you on an amazing product, and just in time for the holiday season!

If you read many blogs, I’m sure you’ve heard of Silhouette, right? These amazing little machines cut designs out of paper, vinyl, and fabric, and you can use those things to create artwork, or make your own stencils, or cut designs out of vinyl that you can use on just about anything from walls to jar labels. Here are just a few ideas…

Stenciled pillow made using Silhouette Cameo

This pillow from Crap I’ve Made was created by using the Silhouette software to trace a pattern found online, and then cut out a stencil using the Silhouette Cameo machine, which was then used to paint the design onto the fabric
Silhouette project from House of Hepworths

Allison from House of Hepworths made her very popular “Being Awesome” typography project using her Silhouette Cameo to cut out a stencil that she then used on weathered wood.
Silhouette project - quatrefoil window design using adhesive vinyl from Simply Designing

Ashley at Simply Designing used her Silhouette Cameo to cut out a quatrefoil design out of adhesive vinyl to create this etched-looking design on her sidelight by her front door.
I could go on and on (if you want more inspiration for Silhouette projects you can go here), but suffice it to say that I’ve been wanting one of these machines for well over a year now. So when the good folks at Silhouette offered to send me one to try out, and to pass along some great savings to you, I jumped at the chance!

Sadly, my Silhouette Cameo is still in the box…still waiting to be set up in my new office at the house (hopefully we’ll be moving this weekend!!! Finally!!!!), so I haven’t gotten to create any awesome projects yet. But I know exactly what my first project will be, and I’m pretty darn excited about it.

Anyway, let’s get on to the great savings! Silhouette is currently offering either the Cameo or the Portrait at an awesome discount, and when you purchase one you’ll also get all of the goodies listed below:

Silhouette CAMEO Sale

The list of specialty media plus a Silhouette CAMEO® for $269.99 (savings over $120 from retail cost $383.90), includes:

  • 1 cardstock essentials pack (new product)
  • 1 pack printable adhesive kraft paper (new product)
  • 1 pack printable clear sticker paper
  • 1 pack temporary tattoo paper
  • 1 pack printable cotton canvas (new product)
  • 1 pack chipboard
  • 1 pack printable silver foil
  • 1 pack printable magnet paper
  • 1 pack double-sided adhesive

Silhouette Portrait Sale

The list of specialty media plus a Silhouette Portrait™ for $129.99 (savings over $110 from retail cost $263.90), includes:

  • 1 cardstock essentials pack (new product)
  • 1 pack printable adhesive kraft paper (new product)
  • 1 pack printable clear sticker paper
  • 1 pack temporary tattoo paper
  • 1 pack printable cotton canvas (new product)
  • 1 pack chipboard
  • 1 pack printable silver foil
  • 1 pack printable magnet paper
  • 1 pack double-sided adhesive

Plus, you can get 30% off all Specialty Media during the sale as well.

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Click here to take advantage of these special offers! And don’t forget to enter the promo code DECORATING at checkout.
You might also notice that I’m two days late in bringing this info to you (the sale started two days ago) because of internet issues at the condo, so if you want to take advantage of these special offers, do keep in mind that you have one week left. So don’t put it off too long!

And if you already have a Silhouette and have created something amazing, I’d love to see it! I can’t wait to cover my “new” (used) washer and dryer with vinyl awesomeness when we finally get into the house.



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14 Comments

  • Reply
    Genelle McDaniel
    October 17, 2013 at 11:38 am

    Sounds awesome, but I’ve been using my Cricut for a few years now. Must be similar.

  • Reply
    teddymom
    October 17, 2013 at 11:51 am

    Do you know what color of adhesive-backed cardstock comes with the Portrait package?
    TIA.

    • Reply
      Kristi Linauer
      October 17, 2013 at 12:05 pm

      It’s the cardstock essential pack that has 16 sheets of 12 in x 12 in cardstock (four sheets each of black, white, warm grey, and cool grey).

  • Reply
    ERIKA
    October 17, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    I want one! These are so way cool. 🙂

  • Reply
    Erin
    October 17, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    Thanks for sharing. I like the vinyl trellis pattern on the windows. . . will have to try! Erin @ House Envy

  • Reply
    Frances
    October 17, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    What’s the difference between Portrait and Cameo? Will Cameo do larger stuff, while the portrait will only do a certain size?

  • Reply
    Jessica Sala-Bonin
    October 17, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    Love the sad/awesome sign!!!

  • Reply
    Kimberly
    October 17, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Kristi, all this time I’ve thought for some reason that you already had a Silhouette cutter! I think I have a Cameo at home, never used (it’s not the small machine, but the large one). I bought it in January 2011 (so it may be the large machine before the upgraded it and called it the Cameo) and other than looking inside the box to make sure all the components were there, it’s never been removed from the box! I bought a bunch of stuff with it like the magnet paper and some vinyl and transfer papers (I spent about $450 on the whole kit).

    I then purchased the really nice blue Silhouette travel case for it, and then later bought MORE vinyl when they were having a sale in July 2011. Recently I bought the glass etching kit. I have no idea why I bought all this stuff and then never used it, but that’s just how I roll – the idea sounds good and I impulsively buy stuff, and then once I get it, it sits in the corner in my spare room! (I may or may not have a hunting/hoarding problem!) Had I known you didn’t have a Silhouette, I would’ve just sent all that stuff to you a long time ago, gawd knows you’d have gotten a lot of use out of it by now, unlike me!

    Thank you for linking us to that projects site. I’ve taken a look at it and gotten some great ideas. I think I’m way overdue to bust out my machine and FINALLY use it!

    Best,

    Kimberly

    • Reply
      Kristi Linauer
      October 18, 2013 at 12:45 am

      Oh my goodness!!! Well I now have my own, so no need to send it to me. Get that thing out of the box and put it to good use!!! 😀 Think of all of the amazing things you could create!! Sounds like you have plenty of supplies to last you quite a while, too.

  • Reply
    Nancy
    October 17, 2013 at 11:36 pm

    I would like to try one or both of them and see if I would really use it.

    The projects look great.

  • Reply
    Sue
    October 18, 2013 at 6:39 am

    I have a Cricut that I love but am limited by the size of what I can cut. These machines look like the sky’s the limit so may have to invest in one of them! : ) Thanks Kristi for the heads up and I hope you get to use yours soon.

  • Reply
    Krikit
    October 18, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    Been wanting a machine to do these kinds of things for a very long time now. Bought! ~:0)

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