Silhouette Portrait Giveaway

It is safe to say that Christmas has arrived early here at Simply Designing!  My friends at Silhouette have asked me to host a Pre-Black Friday Silhouette Portrait Giveaway!!  And I happily agreed!  I love love love my Silhouette Cameo, it is truly one of my most used creating tools (besides my glue gun of course!) and it is a work horse.  I have had my Cameo for several years now and am really excited to host a Silhouette Portrait Giveaway today!

Silhouette Portrait Giveaway

Over the years I have created so many projects using my Silhouette and so today I thought I would take a moment to share my top 11 Holiday Vinyl Projects with you!

11 Holiday Vinyl Projects

I have made many gifts, decorations and even holiday shirts over the years and here are a sampling of just a few of them to get you excited about my Silhouette Portrait Giveaway!

*Scroll all the way to the bottom of the post to enter to WIN a Silhouette Portrait!*

Homemade Dishwasher Detergent

One of my most popular posts of all time is my Homemade Dishwasher Detergent post!  This would make the perfect gift for many friends!  Make the soap, divide it into cute little jars, and add a touch of vinyl to the jar!  See my full post HERE.

Wisemen Still Seek Him

One year my mom and I created these in mass to give as gifts!  They are fairly inexensive and so fun.  This Wisemen Still Seek Him board is displayed in my home every year!  See my full post HERE.
Walking in a Winter Wonderland decor

I love the gold and silver vinyl used on this pretty Walking in a Winter Wonderland board!  It is elegant and simple and would make the perfect decoration or gift!  See my full post HERE.

Homemade Laundry Detergent

Homemade Laundry Detergent is another great homemade gift idea!  Find the recipe and full post HERE.

Snowman Candy Jar

Can you get much cuter then a Snowman Candy Jar!?  This is always a favorite and makes a great gift idea as well!  See more HERE.

O Come Let Us Adore Him decor

This O Come Let Us Adore Him plaque is truly one of my favorite vinyl decorations of all time.  It is simple and elegant and is a great Christmas decoration.  See how to create this HERE.
Mason Jar Gift

I love using my Silhouette to create vinyl stencils!  It makes such a fun way to paint fabric (without needing to know how to paint well!) and is a great way to embellish any gift!  Learn  how to use the Silhouette to stencil HERE.

DIY Christmas Shirt

Last year my husband and I were invited to an Ugly Sweater Party and we didn’t want to spend a lot of money or time searching for an ugly sweater to wear.  Instead I made my husband a silly shirt that he was much more willing to wear and all thought it was pretty funny!  Learn more HERE.

Upcycled Holiday Tin

Upcycle an ugly tin with a bit of paint and some pretty vinyl!  You can fill this with any treat or cookie of your choice and gift away!  See how to create this HERE.

Holiday Glass Blocks

One of my most popular Christmas post is this Christmas Glass Block idea!  I share how to drill holes into the glass blocks and apply the vinyl onto them.  We truly love getting these out every year!  See more HERE.

Gift in a Tumbler

Creating a personalized tumbler filled with yummy goodies or a small gift is a great, fun and simple gift to give any time of year!  See how to create this fun layered vinyl look HERE.


And now that you are inspired to create for the holidays, it is time for my Silhouette Portrait Giveaway!!!

Please wait until the Rafflecopter fully loads below and use it to enter to win!

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  1. says

    I would love to play with cutting out vinyl and making cute gifts out of it. I love the manger vinyl sign you made. I have never used this machine but it looks like a lot of fun! ;)

  2. says

    I want to create decor for my May 2015 wedding with a silhouette portrait! I am thinking wine bottle decals, cake toppers, pennant flags, the list goes on! This is my #1 Christmas Wish List item this year!! Thanks SO much for doing a giveaway!

  3. Rachael says

    I’d love to make a bunch of superhero-inspired decorations for my sons nursery as well as Mickey Mouse birthday decorations for his first birthday coming up in January!

  4. Rachael says

    I’d love to make superhero inspired decorations for my sons nursery as well as Mickey Mouse birthday decorations for my sons first birthday coming up in January.

  5. Raquel says

    I would LOVE to win one of these! I am dying to make holiday pillows for myself and my family, not to mention a million other things I would like to make!

  6. Elizabeth Tuggle says

    I think the first thing I would do is something for my planner…like stickers or paperclips…I would also make enough to share with my pen pals of course :) Thanks for the chance to win my unicorn!!!

  7. Nicole says

    I want to win this to give to me beat friends. She has been suing to get one and it’d be the perfect Christmas gift!

  8. Nicole says

    I don’t want this for me. I already have one and love it! My friend has been dying to get her own and this would be perfect to win for her! Thanks for the chance to make Christmas wonderful for her this year!

  9. Chelsea says

    I have my eye on the clear ornament that says “Some people are worth melting for” with white sand and pieces of a snowman in the bottom to look as if it’s melted. I would LOVE to make this with the Silhouette!!! :)

  10. Erika says

    I have so many ideas I don’t know where I would start! I’d love to make a nativity on wood blocks. The ugly sweater idea is genius!

  11. cindyzs/freespiritczs says

    i would really like to make some different Christmas presents and my g-daughters birthday is 2 days after Christmas so I want to make her something very special I am cooking up…it would be so much easier/faster using Silhouette than doing a lot of the work manually!! thanks for the chance

  12. says

    I would create and cut out vinyl stencils for screen printing work for my prints and cards in my mint&ordinary shop. much more handprinted work and developing into an eco-friendly prints!

  13. Jeannie Buechele says

    I am making a quilt for my little nephew and would love to be able to cut animal shapes from fabric for the quilt :)

  14. Lesley says

    Lots of Christmas decor. I have been wanting to make stocking hooks but need some cute words, this would do the trick

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