This post is sponsored by Silhouette.
It’s BLACK FRIDAY coupon code time at Silhouette!
I’m one of those crazy people who goes and stands in line on Black Friday for nothing in particular. My friend Zoe and I go every year, and there is never anything that I can’t live without. I just love the thrill of it all, though, and the knowledge that Zoe and I have our little tradition together. We always have a great time, even if the other shoppers can get a little (or a lot) crazy.
If anything from Silhouette is on your shopping list (or your wish list) this year, then you have come to the right place – I know y’all love Silhouette coupon codes! From now until November 30th at Midnight EST, you can visit THIS SPECIAL BLACK FRIDAY LINK and use the promotion code MAKELY at checkout and receive these special deals (you must use the above special link to get these awesome deals):
- Silhouette CAMEO® plus 1 copy of Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition (MSRP $349.98) for $229.99
- Silhouette Portrait™ for $179.99
If you already have a cutting machine and are more interested in supplies, vinyl, tools, fabric interfacing or anything like that, then you can go to the Silhouette Shop and use promotion code MAKELY for 40% off (doesn’t include the CAMEO, Portrait, downloads, download cards or giftcards).
AHHHH! I love discounts!
My Silhouette has been my best friend lately, as I’ve been hard at work on some Christmas projects. I’ve just been dying to show you the Advent calendar that I made for my 2 year old daughter, Emma.
Every year, our Elf on the Shelf “Aubie” brings an Advent calendar. He usually brings my son a Lego one, but since Emma is too young for that, I wanted her to have a special one as well. I used this Advent calendar kit from Silhouette (get it at 40% off, y’all!) to make her a custom one. I filled each of the little bags with a few M&Ms and stickers, which will delight her every morning.
I used some brown kraft cardstock, white cardstock and a cute purple chevron cardstock to create the little treat bags. I just downloaded the treat bag file from the Silhouette store for 99 cents and just cut them out. Easy peasy!
I cut the numbers (also downloaded from the Silhouette store) out of gold foiled cardstock and tied each number to the bag with thin black grosgrain ribbon. I’m so happy with the way it turned out.
I wonder what Kristen Larabee is going to make with her Silhouette? She’s the winner of the Silhouette Portrait giveaway!
If you aren’t Kristen and would love to have a Silhouette craft cutter, you definitely need to take advantage of the above promotion codes! This is usually the best deal there will be on Silhouettes all year.