Silhouette Portrait Crafty Christmas Machine Giveaway – TWO Winners – ends 11/29

A Very Crafty Christmas with Silhouette Giveaway

icecream(1)Hosted by Momma Lew and Sponsored by Silhouette

 This is a giveaway you won’t want to miss out on!!! You can do anything and everything crafty with the Silhouette Portrait!

The Silhouette Portrait is a Crafting Dream Machine. It’s on every Do-It-Yourself-er and Crafter’s holiday wish list. Find out about the Silhouette Portrait and it’s large counterpart the Cameo in Momma Lew’s review HERE.

Silhouette wants to make *2* lucky readers’ crafting dreams come true! 2 will win the Silhouette Portrait in this giveaway. To enter, follow the steps in the giveaway form below. This giveaway is open to US Residents, 18+ and one entry per household please. Your last chance to enter to win is at 11:59pm EST on 11/29.



*Participating Bloggers did not receive compensation for this giveaway. Momma Lew and the participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Do you have questions about this giveaway or would you like to see your brand featured in a giveaway like this one? Email for information.


  1. I would love to make signs – so much easier than hand lettering 🙂

  2. I’d start with Christmas cards!

  3. I’d love to make some holiday cards. Thank for this opportunity.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  4. I would love to make some cards.

  5. I would make birthday cards.

  6. I would make thank you cards for baby gifts!

  7. Jennifer G. says:

    I would make every card for everybody! I would never spend a dime on store bought again! And crafts with my daughter 🙂

  8. I would give this to my mom because she’s always wanted to make a baby book for my brother but never had the time. Better late than never!

  9. I would dinosaurs to put up in our son’s room…he loves dinosaurs!

  10. Katherine Riley says:

    I would make tags and cards for every thing!!!

  11. I would use it to make decorations for my house 🙂

  12. Janie Prather says:

    I work for a non-profit organization & buy the condolences, birthday, wedding & any occasion cards for all the workers. I would love to have, Thanks for the chance.

  13. Jennifer Rote says:

    Love the wine bottle sleeves in the review! I would some of those for my bottled gifts.

  14. I would love to make cards!

  15. Tracy Gordon says:

    I would make Christmas cards!

  16. Jackie Jernigan says:

    Crafts for my Storytime at the library. My Circut is too small!

  17. I’d make all sorts of cards.

  18. My husband has a woodcrafting and engraving business so I would use it to make lettering for signs for him! – Robin Christofaro

  19. David Smith says:

    I would like to make stencils from vinyl for etching and sandblasting metal like copper or steel and also glass etching too.

  20. I would use it to make Christmas lettering and decorations.

  21. Lisa Williams says:

    I would make cards and decorations for my scrap book,but I would also use it to help with signs for my daughter’s school charity drives.

  22. I’d make holiday cards

  23. I’d make stencils to use to paint designs on fabric.

  24. This would be great for scrapbooking and photo albums.

  25. ronda peyton says:

    i would make cards with it

  26. I would make items for my classroom bulletin boards and students.

  27. I would make lots and lots of Christmas Cards!!! 😀

  28. abedabun dawn says:

    I would use it to dress up framed photos of my grand daughter. I can imagine having tons of fun learning how to use it.

  29. Oh, my Gd, what wouldn’t I make. I’ll start with photo mattes for getting the hang of it…

  30. I would like to make labels for canisters

  31. Jessica O. says:

    I would love to make holiday placecards!

  32. I’m not sure I’m sure I’d find something fun and creative to make with it.

  33. Christmas cards most likely would be the first project.

  34. I love stamping scrapbooking pages and cards, so this would come in handy! I would love to use this. God bless and good luck everyone!

  35. This Silhouette Machine is absolutely Fabulous! It would make some really nice Christmas Cards, Anniversary Cards, Birthday Cards, etc. etc. This is a wonderful Machine to own!!! I love it! I love that it works with heat transfer as well! This is a very, very terrific item! Thanks so much for sharing it with us! I really truly appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂

  36. Id make a birthday garland almost 5 year old.

  37. I’m not sure what -I- would use it for. I am very uncrafty! but I would love to give it to my scrapbooking family because I know they would definitely put it to good use 🙂

  38. I would use it to make various holiday cards and birthday cards

  39. Christmas cards!

  40. Robin Abrams says:

    I would make our Christmas Cards first

  41. I think I would make a couple of special birthday cards first if I won the giveaway.

  42. I’d make my own birthday and holiday cards!

  43. Linda Szymoniak says:

    My daughter sells her art and books at anime conventions and I can think of a hundred items she could make using a machine like this. I could also use it for making items for raising funds for local animal rescues. I’d have a lot of fun learning how to use it and coming up with ideas.

  44. I would make gift tags!

  45. Cut iron ins!

  46. Katie VanderVeen says:

    I would love to make my own gift tags and cards! So cool!

  47. We might try making some custom iron ons for our family or some cards. We’ve wanted to make custom tees for a long time but have never gotten around to it.

  48. Gwen Hawes says:

    I think cards would be the major thing, and maybe stationary, or picture frames!

  49. I love using vinyl. I would make some wall quotes for my cousin’s kickboxing studio.

  50. Greeting cards and scrapbooks.

  51. maybe some holiday cards

  52. Tamara Edwards says:

    I would use this to do crafts with my daughters. We would love the possibilities.

  53. I would love to make some wall art and holiday cards

  54. I would make decorations for my little sister’s wedding!

  55. I’d like to make homemade cards for my wife as a surprise 🙂

  56. Birthday and holiday cards!

  57. LYN WILLIAMS says:

    I love how detailed the designs can be!

  58. I’d start off with Christmas cards & then go from there.

  59. The first thing I’d make are party decorations for my sons 3rd birthday.

  60. I would create post cards

  61. I would love to use it to help me make some greeting cards and help me with my scrapbooking! I also would love to use it with vinyl like some do and make some neat wall hangings!

  62. I would make a little bit of everything! I really want to make window clings tho.

  63. Personalized holiday cards!

  64. I would make some pillow first with the new machine!

  65. I would make a t-shirt.

  66. I would give it to my Mother In Law. She is so crafty. There is no telling what she would make, but I know she would LOVE one of these! She would probably make things for her granddaughters. 🙂

  67. Emilie Proctor says:

    I would use this for my Christmas cards and my scrapbook!

  68. love to try some Christmas Cards. Thankyou, Ken

  69. I would love to make my invites to bdays and banners…

  70. I would make cards!

  71. Kathie Craig says:

    I would love to make monograms or surname signs, for my family as Christmas gifts, with the Silhouette Portrait.

  72. I would love to make holiday & birthday cards!

  73. I would be gifting this to my step mom, because she loves crafting!

  74. I’d love to make cards and signs!

  75. I would make signs for my business

  76. I’d make cards for holidays

  77. Linda Bradshaw says:

    If I had this, I would give it to my mom. She loves to be creative. I am not good at that kind of stuff.

  78. I would make my daughters’ birthday invites.

  79. Erin Madigan says:

    I would love to use this to make my friend’s wedding invitations!

  80. Great giveaway! I would love to use it to make crafts and custom decor for my home!

  81. I’d use this machine to make allll of my greeting cards, Christmas cards included, invitations for birthday parties, thank you notes, gifts for friends and family, all kinds of things! 🙂

  82. Ashley Purnell says:

    I would use it to make vinyls and gifts!

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