Ginger Snap Crafts: Silhouette Portrait Giveaway ~ TWO WINNERS

Silhouette Portrait Giveaway ~ TWO WINNERS

This post is brought to you by Silhouette.

Hello! The countdown is on until Black Friday! Eek! Silhouette never disappoints with their Black Friday promotions. Annnnnnd this year will be pretty amazing! I’ll have all the details on the blog Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014 at10pm MST! Yes, Wednesday! I can’t wait! Mark your calendars! :) To celebrate this year’s Black Friday promotion Silhouette is giving away not one but TWO Silhouette Portraits on the blog today! Wahoo! The winners will be announced on Black Friday (Nov. 28th). So keep reading to see how you can enter to win one of these Silhouette Portraits.

Enter to Win One of TWO Silhouette Portraits at GingerSnapCrafts.com #SilhouettePortrait #ad #giveaway

The Silhouette Portrait is an amazing little machine. Don’t let it’s small size fool you. It’s pretty awesome. :) Read all about it {HERE}. You can see why I am glad I bought my Silhouette right {HERE}. You can enter to win a Silhouette Portrait of your own in the form below. Good luck! :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Open to US Residents, 18 & older. Void where prohibited. Giveaway is not associated with Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest. Prizes will be fulfilled by Silhouette America.
Winner cannot have won another Silhouette America giveaway in the past 90 days.
Winners should expect their prize to arrive within 4-6 weeks. Be sure to check back in this coming Wednesday for all the Silhouette Black Friday Deals! #SilhouetteRocks

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135 comments:

  1. I would make a few cut outs to decorate a wreath.

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  2. I still would like to try making some rubber stamps

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  3. advertising/marketing for my business - this would be awesome

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  4. Freezer paper stenciled tees!

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  5. Some monogrammed pillow covers

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  6. I would probably already be thinking valentines and cards for the abundance of February birthdays in our extended family.

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  7. I would love to have this to make all kinds of goodies!

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  8. I would give this to y mom if I won and help her learn how to use it and cut fabric with her so she could use it in combination with her embroidery machine.

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  9. I am making my nephew a quilt and I would love to cut cute animal shapes out of fabric to sew onto it :)

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  10. This would be so helpful for making decorations etc for my daughters upcoming wedding

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  11. I've been making felt boards for my son. I would love to not have to free hand all the designs!!

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  12. I would cut some papers for my art journal and scrapbook.

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  13. Home decor quotes and shapes out of fabric.

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  14. I would finally be able to make the paper banners and vinyl signs to my heart's content!!

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  15. first thing I would make is some ball jar labels! :)

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  16. I would first make templates for an applique quilt.

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  17. i would make my christmas greeting cards with it!

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  18. I would do lots of things with this wonderful machine, but first I would do some Christmas cards and tags!
    Thanks so much!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  19. I would like to make a piece of subway art for my family room.

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  20. I would make stencils for etching glass!

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  21. Vinyl words for my canisters in the kitchen!

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  22. The first thing would be holiday pillows! Then I'd make my way down my "Silhouette Wish List" of about 100 items!

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  23. I would cut some photo props for thanksgiving or Christmas! thanks for the chance!

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  24. I'd love doing pieces for applique on the machine...instead of using coloring books!

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  25. OMG! I would make some stencils for painting on glass or vinyl lettering for my wall...or appliques for pillows or cards for all my friends....Oh my, I would have so much fun!
    Thank you for the opportunity!
    In case I am listed as a 'no-reply', here is my email:
    southernlady582003@yahoo.com

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  26. I would make Tshirts for our family trip to Disneyland!

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  27. I would really like to get more into card making!
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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  28. Love to make stencils or vinyl cut outs

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  29. stencils, cards all sorts of wonderful things.

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  30. A vinyl quote for my craft room!

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  31. I would love to make a tshirt for my daughter.

    Entered under the name of Jill

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  32. I would make a decoration for my classroom.

    Paula@SweetPea
    http://www.virginiasweetpea.com

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  33. I wanna win this soooooo bad because I would give one to my sister and one to my daughter for Christmas! They want one sooooooo bad, but, it is not in my budget,so, this would be an awesome opportunity to win!

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  34. I would use it for so many things. To make greeting cards, boxes, t-shirt, and tags for my gifts.

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  35. vinyl word art for my scrapbook blocks

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  36. I would make some Holiday Décor.

    katiemur@gmail.com

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  37. I Would make an advent calendar for our family and a custom onesie for our baby who is due in may! :)

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  38. I would make a Christmas Canvas for over the mantel with the vinyl!

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  39. Die cuts and stickers for my Erin Condrin planner.

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  40. i would made home decor with vinyl :)

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  41. I would design stencils for etching glass.

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  42. Things for school and the grandchildren!

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  43. So do I even hope to win? I became interested so I could make my digital greeting cards 3D, but now as researching it, there are so many other things I want to do.

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  44. I would want to make invitations for my son's birthday.

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  45. The first thing I would make is......so many to choose from. I would find a new font to use on a scrapbook layout.

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  46. Great giveaway and
    how fun would it be
    to win on Black
    Friday!
    Carla from Utah

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  47. i would make cards to send my daughter in college.

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  48. There are so many things I could do with this - would love to win one!

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  49. I would make a birthday card for my dad. Had one all laid out, ready to cut when my Personal Cricut croaked. I've spent hours researching the Silhouette and decided to switch. Now i just have to save up enough money, so winning one would be awesome!

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  50. I have some stencils I can't wait to make.

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  51. I want to make temporary tattoos:)

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  52. I would like to try out the print and cut feature.

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  53. I would try cutting vinyl words and applying them to glass ornaments for handmade gifts for family.

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  54. Christmas presents for my loved ones!, cards, boxes, bags, decorations, oh my so many things I want to make!! :) I would be like a kid in a candy store!!! I am so excited I have goose bumps just thinking about it! :D thanks for the chance!

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  55. I would make personalized gifts for everybody on my list.

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  56. Personalized CHRISTmas gifts.

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  57. Oh My Gosh I would make Christmas cards for all my Nieces & Nephews & do some serious Christmas creating damage with this baby.... Love it!!! <3 <3

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  58. I would make applique pieces for quilts. Thanks for the chance.

    janie.mccombs(at)yahoo.com

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  59. I'd start by making a box of different types of cards to keep on hand
    CINDY B on rafflecopter

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  60. Whatever comes in mind, I pretty much free-form. Getting motivated is 1st then sort, organize, decide. Shall I paint, make stationary, do a picture collage, or simply play!

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  61. What a golden opportunity. Thank You.

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  62. Awesome giveaway! In addition to my long list of scrapbooking, I would make whatever strikes my fancy! My first to do would be packaging for Christmas gifts, way to disguise gift cards and money!

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  63. This would be great for making MVP awards for my roller derby team!

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  64. customized drawstring bags for kids sporting bags

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  65. I have a vinyl projects in mind that I would love to try! Carol W. workmanscraps at gmail dot com

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  66. I'd love to make some DIY home decor, like a family rules sign!

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  67. I would love to win one of the Portraits. The first thing I would make with it would be a card for my parents 50th wedding anniversary & decorative frame photo board that would hold various pics of them both from their wedding day to present day.

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  68. I'd start cutting cute frames and images for my cardmaking.

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  69. I really want to make my own cards.

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  70. I'd make some wooden signs with vinyl!

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  71. I would make a stencil out of vinyl to make wood wall art.
    Dezi A
    sethdezAThotmailDOTcom

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  72. Oh my...there is so much I would love to make...probably artsy quotes for my living room re-do.

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  73. First I would make some cards and then some Christmas presents.

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  74. I'd make some vinyl lettering for Christmas gifts!

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  75. Appliques for my grand daughters outfits I make them for sure

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  76. I would use it to cut vinyl for tumblers.

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  77. Matching shirts for the whole family for our trip to Disney World!

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  78. I have scrapbook page titles I need to make, glass etching & vinyl cut-out items for Christmas gifts, cute little gift boxes, t-shirts and holiday decor just to get started.

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  79. My daughter and I are starting a new business (hand crafted items) this would be a major asset to our work. Thank you for your giveaway, this is awesome no matter who wins!!

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  80. I would create awesome decor for a friend's wedding reception!!

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  81. I would love to have a Silhouette Portrait to make my own holiday cards. I would also like to make lovely place settings for our family dinner.

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  82. I´d love to have one of those wonderful machines because I love crafting and ascrapbooking and I want to make a lot of cute things for my little boy´s room and for his scrapbooks =D Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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  83. I'm making a photo gallery wall & want to make a vinyl family quote and a monogram.

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  84. The first thing I'd do is make cards for my family members. I'd rather make homemade ones than buy them in stores.

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

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  86. Id love to try the print/cut feature!

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  87. I'd love to make greeting cards! (smartgirl848ATyahooDOTca)

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  88. I would love to actually do some decorating for my house which I have never done in 8 years of marriage. Not one picture even on the wall!

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  90. I love to get together and craft with other military spouses! We would have so much fun with a Silhouette machine at our Christmas crafting party – making cards for deployed soldiers or ornaments for military families - the ideas are endless!

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  91. I love all crafts that involve paper, especially greeting cards.

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  92. I would love to make greeting cards with this, the possibilities would be endless. :)

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  93. Some holiday place cards or greeting cards!

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  94. Wow 2, that's awesome! I would make my Christmas mason jar gifts!
    Cathy :-)

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  95. I tried to comment once, but I don't think it went through. Just in case, I'm trying again.
    I would use it first to make Christmas cards and to cut cute fabric designs to dress up my daughters' clothes. Thanks for this chance to win! Trinity B.

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  96. I would be giving this to my sister-in-law so she could make shirts and home decor. Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  97. My son is blind and I would love to make braille cards for him...they are very difficult to find. :) Thanks!

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  98. I would love to make a chalkboard pennant banner!

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  99. I would make Christmas ornaments with vinyl.

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  100. I would start immediately making save the dates for our wedding next fall and send them out. Actually I'd craft up everything for our wedding with it. Envelopes, invites, menus, boxes for treats, wedding programs, place cards, table numbers and anything else I could think of to do myself and save money!

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  101. I would like to make a Christmas banner

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  102. I would not make anything! I would like to give this as a gift to a friend who wants one!

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  103. My sister has one of these, and now I want one!!! Much easier to use.

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  104. I have a special pinterest board just for vinyl projects for beginner, some of them are perfect to be first projects I would like to make using Portrait :) Thanks for a chance to win!

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  105. Nativity blocks for Christmas!

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  106. I would love to use this to make popup greeting cards and I think this would make it so easy thanks for the chance to win!
    Sarah Oswald

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  107. I would love to make my own Valentine's to send out!

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  108. I'd like to make Christmas decorations.

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  109. I'd love to make some Holiday tags for presents!

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  110. Stencils for painting Christmas ornaments!

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  111. I would make christmas decorations like snowflakes and etched candles!

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  112. I would love to learn how to make vinyl or iron-on cutouts for pillows. Plus two of my nieces are interested in crafting now (yes!) and I'd love for them to be able to learn and make anything they're giant imaginations come up with!

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