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Silhouette School's 50k Thank You's Giveaway (The Biggest Ever)

The giveaway is now over. See below for winners.

We're celebrating like we've never celebrate before here at Silhouette School! Just this week Silhouette School's Facebook page hit 50,000 likes and that's cause for some major celebrations...like how about $1500 prizes and gift cards and goodies, oh my!  Think a one of a kind CAMEO, a brand new Curio, and a hot off the press Hot Pink Heat Press, mounds of HTV, tons of blanks, commercial fonts galore, and a $100 vinyl shopping spree!

Along with the Facebook page's popularity, Silhouette School recently hit some other major milestones: the blog passed the 5.5 million views mark, more than 13,000 Sil users are following along on Instagram, Periscope has been hugely popular right out of the gate, and the YouTube channel is gaining popularity fast!
Updated with winners:


It's all pretty mind boggling to me - but there's one thing I know for sure and that's that I could NOT have done it with out all of you - every share, comment, 'like', follow, email, and all of your support - it all motivates me more than anything!

Along with all of you, the readers, my amazing partners and sponsors continue to generously support Silhouette School in sooooo many ways - including offering jaw-dropping prizes for giveaways like this week's 50k Thank You's Giveaway which is our biggest one ever on Silhouette School.  These are companies that I chose to work with and I work with each and everyone of them closely - on a weekly and sometimes daily basis! I love the quality and selection of the products they offer and I appreciate their customer service - and that's why I continue to recommend each of them to you!

Let's all say a big thanks to...



Now for the good stuff...

I recently asked on the Facebook page if you guys would prefer one massive prize for a single winner or to split up the prize pack to spread the love.  Overwhelmingly you said SPREAD THE LOVE!
Since I tend to go where you all lead me, we will have a total of 7 winners!

All of the winners will be chosen at random at the end of the entry period which will run for one week.   There will be three grand prize winner and four other winners for a total of 7 winners. The first name drawn will be the Grand Prize Winner #1 and so on.

I know you're like, 'Dude, Melissa, get on with the prizes already" so here goes....
  • Grand Prize Winner #1Hot Pink Heat Press from Happy Crafters + HTV Sample Pack from Siser North America  (This press isn't even on the market yet so you guys are super lucky to get a chance to win it before it's even out!!!)


  • Grand Prize Winner #2: Silhouette Curio from Swing Designs + $50 My Vinyl Direct Gift Card + $20 Gift Card to Punch Place Plus

  • Grand Prize Winner #3 : Rhinestone-covered Silhouette CAMEO from The Rhinestone World + HTV Sample Pack from Siser North America 


  • Winner #1: The Hungry JPEG's Three Months of Font Bundles (through the end of 2015) (with commercial licenses and extras)  + $20 Gift Card to Punch Place Plus 

  • Winner #2: $100 Expressions Vinyl Gift Card + $20 Gift Card to Punch Place Plus
  • Winner #3: Heat Transfer Vinyl Pizza Box from Siser North America + $20 Gift Card to Punch Place Plus 
 
  • Winner #4: Silhouette School's The Ultimate Silhouette Guide ebook  + $20 Gift Card to Punch Place Plus
Every time I have a giveaway I have complaints about the numbers of entry options...all I have to say is SEE ABOVE!!! With that said, the more entries you complete, the more chances you have to win. Because the giveaway goes for a full week you have a full week to complete as many entries as you can and they don't have to all be done in one sitting.

 
Note: This post may contain affiliate links. By clicking on them and purchasing products through my links, I receive a small commission. That's what helps fund Silhouette School so I can keep buying new Silhouette-related products to show you how to get the most out of your machine!

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589 comments

  1. Congrats girl! What an accomplishment. So proud of you.

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  2. Love Silhouette School....you have taught me so much....would love love love to win this.....

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  3. I've learned so much from you! :-) Congrats on 50,000 likes! The prizes look amazing!

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  4. The best tip I have learned so far is how to curve text! Thank you for all the great tips and tricks and great giveaways!! Congratulations on this milestone!!

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  5. The tip from you that I've certainly used the most is offsetting small fonts! All the pretty cursive ones are so friggin tiny that they are so hard to cut. With a little help from you and the offset tool I'm now a master at using tiny fonts and filling in fonts to be sketched! :) thank you so much!!

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  6. Silhouette School is my inspiration and the best tip i have learned is how to cut large vinyl. Congrats!

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  7. Best tip I've learned is revealing the grid numbers! Thank you so much! :)

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  8. Everything you have posted has helped me tremendously!!

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  9. I come back to this blog for so many things each day! There is so much to know, I an't remember how to do all of it!

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  10. I love the hinge tip for applying vinyl. So great!

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  11. I enjoy your tutorials. I used the fabric and HTV tutorial and you made it so easy!

    Congratulations.

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  12. Best tip I've earned is ho to resize your icons.

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  14. The offset letters is a great lesson I learned

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  15. The best tip you taught me was how to take a image and turn it into a SVG.

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  17. Best tip...how to take scanned images and turn them into cut files with tracing.

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  18. Thanks for the chance to win all of these awesome products! Best tip I ever learned was adding weed lines to vinyl projects. Took my frustration level from ten down to zero! I now enjoy using vinyl! Thank you!!!

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  19. Thank you for the chance to win! I'm very new to the site - I've only had my Cameo a few weeks. I have a number of your tutorials bookmarked, I think the most helpful tip has been about using the offset tool :) Lauren C

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  20. Thank you for the chance to win these amazing products! Im new & I am still learning to work with vinyl. And your tutorials are very helpful! Thank you so much!

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  21. I was absolutely clueless about the print & cut feature until I read your blog - thank you!

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  22. The best tip I have learned is how to use my pic scan to use up my funny odd shaped pieces of scrap vinyl.

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  23. Best tip-to be patient and thoroughly read your full tutorials before starting my project!

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  24. I love the siser NA app because of the large, accurate color samples!

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  25. Wait, what? You can resize your icons? I need to LEARN that! Using a cricut mat with the silhouette is awesome. They are much more affordable! Thanks and CONGRATS!!

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  26. Best tip was how to use the Samantha font, I was really struggling

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  27. Thanks for the great give-aways! Gosh --not sure I can pick just one ----love them every day to refresh my memory of things that I have forgotten about! Love it!

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  28. The best tip I've learned so far is weeding lines!

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  29. I am so grateful for this blog. I am still a newbie. As I try to figure something out, I search the blog and get step by step instructions to help me succeed. The blog helps reduce my frustration and achieve success quickly in things I never dreamed I could accomplish. Thank you!!!

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  30. Every tip that I need at any given moment is the best tip :) Whenever I am having a problem or don't know how to do something, I know right where to go. It's nice to have Silhouette School as a "know it all" resource.

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  31. I have loved everything you have taught us. The thing I have really learned is confidence that if I try I can do it. Thank you for that

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  32. Best tip I learned is how to wrap text. I use it a lot!

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  33. The best tip I've learned so far is how to offset those tiny swirly designs to make them easier to cut!

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  34. I love the tip about making chalkboard style subway art using Silhouette and Picmonkey. I also loved the tip about revealing grid numbers so I don't have to count squares on my screen anymore.

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  35. There have been so many!!! But one was the fact that you could have the ruler/numbers on the cutting mat in the design studio. YAY!!! no more counting squares. You simplified my life. :)

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  36. First off, I love your blog, it has allowed me to enjoy using my Silhouette instead of being overwhelmed by it. It is so hard to pick my favourite lesson but I have the one about shaping text in Silhouette Studio bookmarked so I will pick that one. Thanks!!!

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  37. Thanks for the chance to win! I've learned so much from your site. It's my 'go to' place ;)

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  38. I just LOVE your blog!!! Hard to say one thing that I have learned here....every blog post teaches me something new about my FAVORITE cutting machine! Thanks for always sharing new and exciting things that the Silhouette can do!

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  39. I don't know what the best tip has been so far- there are too many! Maybe the weeding tips? Thanks for writing this blog- it's one of the best out there!!

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  40. Well, I'm brand new to the Silhouette School. Looking forward to lots of tips and inspiration!

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  41. So excited for this giveaway! You have taught me so much!

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  42. AHHH!!! I'm so excited!! I've learned so much, pretty much everything from you! My biggest take away from following your blog is using HTV! Thank you for all you do :)

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  43. Hi,
    I have your ebook and thanks to this and your blog i'm finaly using my Silhouette Cameo!

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  44. Best tip: there are way too many but I will name couple off the top of my head. Deal Alert, add image to your file and all tips on working with HTV,

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  45. Love the creative design ideas! Congrats on the milestones!

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  46. First Congratulations girl!!
    Best tip was...I started following before I had a silhouette and you said if I didn't have one I needed one and that would be the best tip I ever got and now I have two!

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  47. Every tutorial of yours that I've used has been so useful. The one that saved my sanity was on registration marks. Thank you sooooo much for that one!

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  48. best tip...how to get your design on straight!

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  49. I am new to the Silhouette community. I love being able to access your blog to answer my questions. Every thing I have read has been easy to follow and beneficial. Thank you!!

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  50. My favorite tutorial is how to remove your HTV errors, because they do happen from time to time.

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  51. Every day I am finding new tips from your blog. I print, punch holes and place in a binder for an easy "go to" source when I'm in a pinch (brain fog moment)! But I must say, working with the Samantha font has helped me the most!

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  52. I've learned so many great things from Silhouette School but the best tip is probably the HTV Placement Instructions. I used them this weekend when making a Monogram Chevron Pumpkin shirt for my little girl.

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  53. so many to choose from. may cut by layer color.

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  54. I have learned a lot from all of your tutorials! Especially, using sketch pens. Thank you so much!

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  55. The best tip...don't forget to mirror! :)

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  56. Great giveaway! I have learned so much from you. I come back often to refresh my memory. I alway love seeing your email in my inbox.

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  57. Best tip is to use silhouette school tutorials to master every task I attempt

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  58. Your tips have been a real sanity saver. I really needed help with the print and cut. Thanks a million and congrats on all the followers.

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  59. Do I have to choose just one tip? I find myself going to your blog daily for help with something I'm working on. Just yesterday I was searching for information unlocking font bundles and extras and your post was a huge help!

    ~Michele Harlicker mharlicker@hotmail.com

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  61. There are so many tips and tricks I've learned, but the one I use most and to the most success is probably layering. Absolutely perfect. Thank you, and congratulations!

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  62. Love how clear the colors are to see on the Siser NA app. With some websites it;s hard to tell if you are matching colors well; it seems much easier with their app!

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  63. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Best tip for me has been using the offset tool!

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  64. First of all CONGRATULATIONS! Second, thank you SO much for the awesome give away! I downloaded the SiserNA app - oh wow! Temps right at your fingertips! Awesome! I have two favorite tips, but as so many have said - everyday you learn something new. My favorite tips that helped me immediately were the hinge tip for applying vinyl and the weeding lines! Thank you again and what a wonderful accomplishment!

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  65. Weeding lines!!! What a sanity saver!

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  66. Thanks for the giveaway!! I am a newbie BUT I am so thankful that I found this blog!! Anytime I attempt anything I pull up the blog so that I can follow along to help myself with whatever I am attempting. SO HELPFUL!! :)

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  67. You have taught me basically everything that I know with my silhouette! Mostly not to limit my thinking and creative ability! :)

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  68. Thank you so much for the giveaway! Been looking forward to it! I loved the lesson on weeding lines.

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  69. So excited for you! LOVE all your tips and tricks you share! Thanks so much!

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  70. Congrats on 50k!!! You have taught me everything I have learned with my cameo! I'm so glad I found you when I did or else that incredible machine would probably still be in the box!! :)

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  71. I have learned how to think outside of the box and not be afraid of my machine.

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  72. How can I possible say just one tip. You have helped me in countless ways use my Cameo. This blog, Instagram, periscope etc. are a wealth of information. And your ebook is such a wonderful resource.
    Thanks your all you do
    Pat

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  73. I love your "real life hacks" like the one for converting other mats for silhouette :) Excited to meet you in November! ~Debbie Tuggle in FL

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  74. Every tip is fantastic! Your site really inspires me to get cutting! TY

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  75. I have learned so much from you! How to curve text, how to knockout text, what the blade settings are for glitter HTV... I could go on and on. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, and congratulations on such a great accomplishment!

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  76. Wow, congrats!!!
    Anytime I have an issue with my old Silhouette, I come here, so all of the troubleshooting tips are such a blessing. And I loved the curved text tutorial!!

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  77. ONE tip?! That's it?! Goodness gracious. There are so many tips that I've learned from you (and so appreciate!!). It seems to be a trend, but weeding lines are SUCH a time (and sanity) saver! Thanks for all you do!!

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  78. I have learned so many things by following this blog! The BEST so far if I had to pick just one would be the conical magic! I had spent HOURS trying to figure out how to get the curvature correct for the tumblers that I was making! Then I saw a tutorial from this school! BAM! Done in seconds! No more tears, no more wasted time, no more (censored words) directed at my projects!

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  79. I can't pick just one tip. Any time I start a project, I go to your site and double check I know what I'm doing. You're website has been a LIFESAVER!!!! I feel more confident in the things I can create. Thank you!

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  80. Every time I need to know how to do something the information is right here and easy to follow !!

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  81. Love that the Siser app shows all of the material colors in one place. So helpful on the go! :)

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  82. So many tips here...how could I pick one? I did buy your book and I'm amazed at how helpful it is!

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  83. My go to place for everything I need to know. I can't pick a favorite tip, because everything I know I learned here! - Chelsea R.

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  84. You are my "GO TO" place when I have a Silhouette question...such an AWESOME resource!!! THANK YOU!!!

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  85. I can't think of a best, so I'll comment on an overall experience. I received my Silhouette in May, and without Silhouette School, I'd still be afraid to try new things. I've learned so much, so quickly, and it's made the entire creativity process so much easier! Thank you so much for taking the time to teach us all, I, for one, greatly appreciate it!

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  86. Best advice in the beginning was focus on one project at a time. The cut settings chart in your book I use for every project. Look forward to meeting you in November!

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  87. You area absolutely amazing! You're always such a good resource when I have questions about how to do anything "Silhouette!"

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  88. I love your blog, it's so helpful. Always the first place I go when I need help with my silhouette project. Congrats on 50,000!!

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  89. I learn something new every week on this blog! It has become my go to resource for all questions. Some of my favorites are easy weeding, PixScan, mock ups - there are so many great tips! Thank you for this blog!!

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  90. I would have never taken my Silhouette out of the box if it was not for your blog!

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  91. I absolutely love your blog, I've learned too many things to even point one out!

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  92. Pick me, pick me, PICK ME!!!!! :)
    Thank you for hostessing (sponsoring) such an incredible giveaway -- you rock!
    Sincere congratulations on your 50,000 followers -- you've worked hard to deliver to us the benefit of your honed skills.

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  93. I've learned lots, but
    I haven't really used
    it as much as I should!
    Thanks for all the lessons
    you provide.
    Carla from Utah

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  94. I think the best tip was how to make a silhouette with my Silhouette ;) but there are so many useful tips!

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  95. I have many favorites, but my top two would be How to use Samantha font and adding weeding lines! They have both helped me back down from tears :)

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  96. I've learned so many tips I can't narrow it to just one. Keep them coming.

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  97. I always use your site to figure out new stuff!

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  98. So much I hardly know where to begin and I have so much more to learn. The tutorials are great and I probably use your tips on HTV this most.

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  99. best tip I've gotten...I'm brand new to this, so I'll have to say EVERYTHING! :)

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  100. What a great milestone for you. Your tips are extremely helpful.

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  101. I have learned a lot, but recently learned how to use the align options, as well as how to curve text around a circle. Saved me hours of frustration, just coming here and doing a quick search! Thanks for all you do!!

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  102. I have learned a ton from the blog... I just used it to try out the pixscan this week

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  103. Best tips so far have been offsetting thin fonts and doing test cuts!

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  104. I think the best tips are the simple ones for getting started! It can be so overwhelming and you make it simple!

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  105. Learned how to do alot of things since getting my cameo in July, so helpful!

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  106. Congratulations...best tip..wow...i couldnt possibly narrow it to one..whenever i'm stumped i check with your tutes first!!

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  107. Best tip(s) - welding words, offsets!

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  108. HOLY COW that was A LOT of stuff to do!!! LOL! Wish me LUCK!!! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  109. The best thing so far was to buy the book!!! it was the best investment besides the silhouette itself. I have learned so much from what the buttons do to how to trace.

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  110. The tip I love is how to use the eraser tool to connect the inside of letters like "A" and "O" to make weeding and placing stencils so much easier!

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  111. This is the go to blog for me-Whenever I need help I come here first. The weeding lines has been the most help. I refer all the newbies I know here.

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  112. I'm just getting started on all this silhouette stuff. Congrats on your success!

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  113. This giveaway is amazing! Congrats in the huge accomplishment!

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  114. I liked the tip of reasons on why to get the Designer Edition, but the welding letters help is the best.

    I still haven't done but about 2 things on my Silhouette, but I continue to read all the tips you put out on Facebook!!

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  115. Such a fun (and exciting) giveaway. Love learning from you.

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  116. You have taught us so much priceless information for using our machines, thank you so much! Congrats on all your hard work! I am always referencing the blog and have learned so much!

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  117. I use silhouette school tutorials all the time....just recently used the tutorial on weeding small designs!!!! Congrats on all of your success

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  118. Best tip: the easy weed...with the cut lines.... LOVE< LOVE< LOVE that tip!! it has since made my 'crafting' soooo much less stressful!

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  119. Love the tip about weeding lines!

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  120. This site has been a saving grace for me since getting my Cameo! Thank you so much for all you do!!

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  121. I don't know that I could pick just one tip. I am constantly typing in Silhouette School _________ to look up what I need to get through a project. If I had to pick just one thing though, it would probably be offsetting small text so I could actually get it to cut.

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  122. Love the effects tool in DE. Thanks telling us about it!

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  123. How to use the pic scan mat to use up vinyl scraps. :)

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  124. hello even if your blog is in English and only'm learning this beautiful language, I am a follower of your blog, I'm finding new tips of his blog are teaching and helping me to understand more design Studio
      the truth I am very happy because my objection still on the language, I'm learning with many of his tips in tutorials photos with explanations on the buttons is the design of the silhouette, and one of the latter as group tutorials, focus and accommodate words or pictures love. WOW !!! thank you.

    hola aunque tu blog esta en ingles y apenas estoy aprendiendo también este hermoso idioma, soy seguidora de su blog, me estoy encontrando nuevos consejos de su blog que me están enseñando y ayudando a comprender mas el diseño Studio
    la verdad estoy muy contenta pues aun así con mi inconveniente sobre el idioma, estoy aprendiendo con muchos de sus consejos en los tutoriales de fotos con explicaciones sobre los botones que tiene el diseño de la silhouette, y uno de estos últimos tutoriales de como agrupar, centrar y acomodar palabras o dibujos me encanta. WOW!!! muchas gracias.

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  125. What is the best tip you've learned from Silhouette School? is the weeding lines I keep going back to it when I need to remember how to do it

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  126. So exciting! Thanks for writing a great blog! I've learned so much, it's hard to write about just one thing! My face so far is probably the knockout turtorial! Great WORK! Thanks again!

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  127. best tip is how to do text to path, to curve the text. awesome!

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  128. I don't know if I could pick one best tip! Silhouette school blog is the first place I go anytime I have a question and it almost always is guaranteed to have the answer!

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  129. Best tip: everything you post!

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  130. I think one of the best tips was using the modify options. Made the best Mother's Day/Father's Day cards!! Thank you so much for all of your help!! Congratulations!!

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  131. I love that the Siser app shows all the colors available

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  132. I just bought my Silhouette Cameo last week. So I think the best tip for beginners is to buy "The Ultimate Silhouette Guide" book.

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  133. All tips, advice and ideas have been helpful, but the most helpful to me have been tips about HTV!

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  135. I haven't had or used my Cameo very long, but for what I needed it for, I have learned from this blog. Print and Cut and text on a curve. The tutorials were very helpful! The ebook is also being very helpful in me learning everything I need to learn to use my Cameo! Thank you for all of the tutorials that you do every day!

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  136. Best tip was to focus on one project at a time!

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  137. It's impossible to pick a post or tip that is my favorite. I'm always learning new things from Silhouette School.

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  138. Tracing!! Defiantly tracing! -Irina

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  139. I learned about using everything. You inspired me to start crafting again!

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  140. The best tip I learned was how to layer vinyl! Thanks :)

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  141. I love your tips on how to create your own embossing folder!

    Thanks so much for all you share and congratulations on the awesome milestone!

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  142. Downloaded your ebook -best of ALL your tips in one place!!

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  143. Love the tracing info! and of course, everything else too! Thanks so much!!

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  144. i am a beginner so photo transfer i enjoyed

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  145. I love all of the tips but the best was turning a scanned photos into a cut file. I do love the text to a path tutorial as well! Thank you!

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  146. Silhouette school has helped me so much. It has inspired me to try so much more and to support me through my journey.

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  147. Thank you for teaching us so many tips and tricks! I love and use the registration marks for layering vinyl!!!!!!

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  148. the one i used recently was for my pixscan mat :)

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  149. the construction paper cutting tip was a good one

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  150. You have helped me tremendously. If ever I get stuck on a project, all i do is "search" your blog for fixes.

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  151. New to the Silhouette and looking forward to dissecting the ebook.

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  152. Learning how to trace properly has been such a huge help!

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  153. Silhouette School has helped me to use my Cameo fearlessly! I love that there are videos as well as written tutorials! I have the e-book too! My favorite tutorial is the Knockout Technique!

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  154. The best tips for me have been all the beginner tuts!

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  155. The tip that I love the most is to learn to design yourself using shapes so you own the design and don't have to worry about copyright and license.

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  156. So many great tips! Always my first go to when I can't figure something out and you always have the answer. Thank you!

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  157. This is the best page EVER! Especially for someone like me who only has 1 - 2 hours a day to learn / create / do anything extra! :) Love it!

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  158. The Siser NA app is so handy because you can show the actual colors without carrying vinyl around with you.

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  159. The tip i have learned from this site is......TO COME HERE TO FIND STUFF! I am new and often find myself lost and confused in the Silhouette Program...I have learned to come here before I blow a gasket and freak the freak out! I love this place and the people in it! Thanks for guiding me along this rough path I am on!

    As for the Siser North America site - new to me - but I am just branching out into HTV...I inherited a heat press - and hey - now I am obligated to try it! Lol! Hope to meet many of you in Georgia soon!

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  160. The best tip I've learned from the Silhouette School is how to add weeding lines!

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  161. Congratulations! I loved all your tutorials and have learned a lot from them... but one of the Best tip...was how to take scanned images and turn them into cut files with tracing.

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  162. I have many tips I've gotten from you.....one is htv vs stenciling on burlap. <3

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  163. I love all your tutorials and you periscopes/ youtube videos! you have helped me a ton!

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  164. Bets tip I have learned from you is how to use the offset function. I use it almost every time when printing with smaller or slimmer fonts!!

    I seriously visit your blog multiple times a day. And when Im not here, Im checking Instagram for any new posts lol!! Love this blog and your awesome tutorials.

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  165. Bets tip I have learned from you is how to use the offset function. I use it almost every time when printing with smaller or slimmer fonts!!

    I seriously visit your blog multiple times a day. And when Im not here, Im checking Instagram for any new posts lol!! Love this blog and your awesome tutorials.

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  166. Best tip I learned was how to back up my library

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  167. I love the easy to follow tips and direction you give. You make owning my machine so much more enjoyable

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  168. Congratulations!! Awesome giveaway!!

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  169. The best tip was getting started. I had my machine several months and was really afraid to use it. I got on your blog and your posts gave me the courage to get started. Now, when I am learning something new, I come to your blog and get the tutorial.

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  170. Fantastic Giveaway! With so many helpful tutorials and tips, I'm not surprised that you have made it to such a huge milestone! Congrats!

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  171. There are SO many great tips I can't choose just one! LOL This is my go-to source for all things Silhouette.

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  172. Your tips and tricks have been lifesavers on more than one occasion! Probably one of the simplest, yet most valuable, was adding weeding lines! How did I not think of that a long time ago?!?! :)

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  173. I just got the Siser app last week and it's very handy! I used it yesterday when using Glitter HTV for the first time.

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  174. Everything I know came from this blog! I'm a newbie and this is my go-to for anything Silhouette related!

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  175. Eek I'm so excited!! You're amazing and this doesn't boggle my mind at all!! Here's to many more posts!

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  176. Your personal response to my font question, thanks! And everything else :)

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  177. I think my favorite tip I have learned from you was just how to use the sketch pens in general. I love them!

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  178. My favorite part about the Siser app (which I actually downloaded earlier as per your recommendation) is the fact that you can see the colors of the HTV! That was so helpful!

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  179. Everything I've needed for my Silhouette use, I've learned from Silhouette School! I LOVE it. SO useful!

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  180. You have taught me just about everything I know! A favorite go to is curve text.

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  181. Love that you let us know all the specials on Amazon

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  182. I have learned everything I know from SIlhouette School!!

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  183. I am so glad I found you. Your tutorials have helped my relationship with my Silhourtte more than therapy. Far less tantrums and acting out now that we understand each other better.

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  184. I have your book and saved every email you sent! Now I need to get going!

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  185. I've learned so much from Silhouette School, being a newbie & having wasted hundreds of dollars on messed up vinyl projects, I would say the best tip for me was how to get air bubbles out of vinyl Thanks to that tip, I have saved so hundreds of dollars in materials. Thank you for that great tip.

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  186. Best tip so far is reverse weeding!

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  187. Best tip- how to apply vinyl to cups and tumblers straight. :)

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  188. Thank you for all you do for all of us. I love reverse weeding, it has saved me on many projects.

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  189. Everything has helped me out as a beginner and to see other ideas to try.

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  190. The Best Tip: How to use the Samantha Font!!

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