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Create Wearables with your Silhouette! [Giveaway Alert]

Heads up, Scrapbook Update readers! How would you like to win a Silhouette Portrait machine? If so…head on over to our sister site Craft Critique, where there is a giveaway going on!

You’ll also get a look at some ideas of what you can do with your Silhouette machine and the Silhouette iron-on materials to make some fun wearables for the littlest fashion plates in your life!

SIlhouette Baby OnesieThe giveaway is part of the latest great promotion from Silhouette! From now until April 30th, use our promo code “UPDATE” to get these great deals at the Silhouette Online Store:

Silhouette Cameo Package – $269.99:

1 Silhouette CAMEO
1 Heat Transfer Starter Kit
1 Printable Heat Transfer Material for Dark Fabrics
1 Printable Heat Transfer Material for Light Fabrics

Silhouette Portrait Package – $139.99
1 Silhouette Portrait
1 Heat Transfer Starter Kit
1 Printable Heat Transfer Material for Dark Fabrics
1 Printable Heat Transfer Material for Light Fabrics

Plus – if you have a machine already, get 30% off of all heat transfer materials!

And did I mention the free shipping on the bundles? That’s a huge savings!

button_aprilpromoAnd don’t forget – use our promo code “UPDATE” to get these great deals at the Silhouette Online Store!

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5 Responses to Create Wearables with your Silhouette! [Giveaway Alert]

  1. Marianne Brinkley April 24, 2014 at 9:22 pm #

    Thank you for the heads up. I would love to own a Silouette, but I can’t justify spending the money right now when I own another electronic machine as well a as two manual machines. =)

    • Nancy Nally April 24, 2014 at 9:55 pm #

      Aww, you can never have too many machines (at least that is what I told my husband!) Make sure you follow the link to the Craft Critique article to enter the drawing there! And good luck! :)

  2. Thia Beniash April 28, 2014 at 12:16 am #

    I absolutely love creating wearables! I make shirts for every birthday party my kids go to. Never have to worry about getting a duplicate gift!

  3. Peggy April 29, 2014 at 9:42 am #

    I’ve got a Graduate that might like a 2014 T-shirt.

  4. Tanja Rigby June 21, 2014 at 12:02 pm #

    that typography is killing me slowly (and not in a good way)

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