This Month’s Silhouette Promo

It is the time of the month again for the Silhouette promo. silhouette america

Is there anyone on the face of the Earth who hasn’t purchased a Silhouette who still wants to?   Well here is the deal this month if you do:

1 Silhouette SD machine

1 package of white flocked heat transfer material

1 package of teal smooth heat transfer material

1 package of dark pink smooth heat transfer

All for $219!

Just use the code “IHEARTIC” at check out to receive the discount.

(valid May 17-25)

 

For those of you scoring at home, that is a savings of over 125 bucks. Not bad–not bad at all.

I purchased a $5 Hot Pink T-shirt dress from Wal-mart and added some white flocked heat transfer material to it.   I added a “K” for Kayla with Fontleroy Brown font and then used the jewelry set from the Silhouette store to add a chunky necklace to the collar.

kayla dress

heat transfer dress

She is such a cutie patootie, a little biased I know!





  • Paula in MN

    I’m one of the few that doesn’t own one of these. I went to purchase it using your code. The price at checkout is still $299 plus tax and shipping, and is not reflecting the discount, so I cancelled the order. Just wanted to let you know. (I tried it three different times)

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      You have to choose the special bundle pack not just the Silhouette machine. If you put in IHEARTIC on that it should adjust the price.

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      It is all fixed now. If you choose to heat transfer bundle and add it to your cart and then put the code in it will drop the price to $219.

  • http://dogsmom.wordpress.com DogsMom

    Your model is the best. She has quite a future ahead of her.
    Someday I am going to get a Silhouette. It won’t be this month but I am gathering ideas for when the time is right.

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      Yah it will be worth it to save up for it. There is a plethora of good stuff you can make with it. Such a versatile machine.

      • Beth

        I can’t wait to buy mine, I have been scouring the thrifts for months while I am saving up…it is a big purchase. I tend to be one of those Moms who spends all her money on everyone else. I am also waiting for a great bundle that focuses more on vinyls, that is what I will be using my machine for most. Thanks, Beckie for being such an inspiration, I follow quite a few blogs and yours is by far my favorite!

        • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

          Wow Beth I am touched. Well when you decide to buy it I would love it if you used my code. Let’s Silhoeutte know their advertising dollars are worth it on IC. Yes it is a big purchase. You want to make sure you can put the time and energy into learning the ropes so you aren’t disappointed. I use mine so much I wonder if my readers get sick of the projects. I hope not. Thanks for your sweet comment again.

  • Jen

    Hey a quick question about all the vinyl lettering projects you do…do you have to apply each letter individually? I’m thinking about projects like the frame that has all your addresses in it…surely you didn’t create that letter by letter! :) My hands cramp just thinking about it! LOL I love your blog, especially the roadkill rescues.

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      No you can do it all at once! HA! That would be killer.

  • jenney

    I have the same question as (the other) Jen, right down to the hand cramping part!

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      No you can do it all at once.

  • http://mommabeck.blogspot.com mamabeck

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Finally got one! YESSSS!

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      Woohoo! You will love it. And help yourself to my files if you’d like. Let me know if you get stuck learning the new program. It takes a little getting used to.

  • http://katrinkajane.blogspot.com Hilary @ KatrinkaJane

    Darling! I live vicariously through your ruffles. :)
    I want to love my Silhouette, but it’s not working for me. Frustrated!!! Know anywhere that has an actual step-by-step tutorial for beginners, of how to adjust the different settings? I used their auto settings and slowed it way down, but my small letters still curled up and shredded. Silhouette won’t respond to my questions… :p

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      Are you struggling with the vinyl? You can cut too thin of letters of it will shred it. I have noticed the bigger font works much better. Have you gone to the Silhouette blog?