Silhouette Studio Designer Edition

Well HI!! I know that I owe you all a baby post which will come SOON, but I wanted to pop in here real quick to let you know about the Silhouette Studio Designer Edition for your machines because there’s another great deal going on this month!

If you don’t have a Silhouette yet, or are looking to upgrade your SD, now would be a great time to do so because you get both (the Cameo machine and Designer Edition) for only $269.99 (MSRP is $350!).

The Silhouette promotion is:

  • 1 Silhouette Cameo Machine  (a $299 value)
  • 1 Silhouette Studio Designer Edition (a $50 value)

And this is all for just $269.99!!! That’s an $80 savings and that is huge.  You have to use this special link here to order this bundle package, and enter the code DECORCHICK at checkout.

And if you already have a Cameo, you can purchase the designer edition at 50% off! Just use the same link and same special code.

Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition contains all the same functionality as Silhouette Studio® plus the following designer features:

  • Ability to open, manipulate, and cut .svg files
  • Rhinestone tools to convert designs into rhinestone templates and create your own rhinestone designs
  • Sketch tools to convert designs into several styles of sketchable art
  • Creative knife tools to allow you to clip designs using different patterns
  • Enhanced eraser set to modify designs with more precision
  • Built-in ruler and guide lines for precise alignment and drawing

So it’s a great value and if you can take advantage of this deal, go for it!  This promotion is only good until July 4- July 11.

Again, if you would like to order, you have to use this link, and enter the code DECORCHICK at checkout.

Happy crafting, and I promise once we get settled in here a little more I’ll update you with a baby post.  I just haven’t been on the computer at all and it’s been quite nice! :)



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  1. Is this something like a Cricut?

  2. so it doesn’t need cartridges? I have been looking for a machine that will cut what I design on my computer… will this machine do that? or do I have to buy and stick to “their” software?

    • I know that you can use your own fonts and such that you have on your computer so I’d assume you can use whatever else you design as well? But I’m not 100% sure. I do think most of the things you do are through their software. But their software is great and has lots of options. :)

  3. But is it a girl or a boy??? And which E name did you use?

  4. Thank you for your answer about Shiloutte verses Cricut. I can appreciate the fact that you may like one machine or another. However in the future please make sure you are educated on each machine. As for the Cricut, yes there are many cartridges available for purchase. However, you are not required to purchase cartridges.

    On the Silhoutte, do you have to purchase anything to come up with designs or do you just make your own? I guess I will stay up tonight and get educated on the Silhoutte so I can engage in conversation.
    I will however keep my Cricut!

    • Wow – I feel this comment is innapropriate considering that this is a giveaway. She just came home from the hospital with a new baby and has this fabulous offer for her readers! Just go to the machine websites for the detailed info you need.

  5. Congratulations on your baby! Glad to see you are blogging again! Thank you for the chance at a giveaway!

    @ Becky – As for the information I need, I dont need any. I have multiple electronic cutters and have for years including the Silhoutte. I love and use them all. They all have their own pros and cons. There is not one that is perfect nor one that does everything.

    I would have simply suggested that anyone looking to purchase a machine, look at the tutorials on YouTube before you invest in any machine. Read about it on additional places on the internet, not just what you get on message boards or on a blog that has a specific preference. This is one sided and not fair to readers.

    Some machines take time to conquer a learning curve, some don’t. If what you see and read makes you feel intimidated, then maybe you should stick to the Cricut or at least wait awhile. 

    I notice that some people are willing to do whatever it takes to learn how to use their electronic cutters, and others aren’t as persistent. Time constraints make a big difference. 

    I think anyone can learn to use a cutter if they are willing and able to spend the time it requires to overcome the learning curve. I knew one gal who wasn’t computer savvy at all, but she just kept persisting, asking questions, practicing with tutorials, till she learned it. 

    If you work full-time, and have little kids, and are intimidated by learning to use computer graphic programs, then it would be a lot more of a challenge.

    Like I said, there are pros and cons to each machine no matter the make or brand. As for the SD card, you still need a host in order to use it. It doesn’t work on its own.

    • Ummm, I think most of the peeps who would purchase the Cameo would have done their research prior, and most are already familiar with it, and want to purchase it. So it makes this a great deal!

      Thankfully we have awesome blogs/peeps like decorchick who offer these discounts/giveaways, which are super sweet and helpful when you want to make this kind of purchase! So this offer is MORE then fair to loyal readers, and isn’t about it ‘being one-sided’.

      It sounds like you are already happy with your cutting machine, so maybe this blog post is not for you, but for others who are still in the market for a cutting machine.

  6. @Spa – I am totally shocked that you would have the nerve to tell me which blog(s) I may or may not read. Emily and I have had a few private emails that were not posted to the blog that I feel left everything ok. She is a very nice lady and I wish her and her family well. I am sure she will get back in full swing as soon as she is feeling up to par.

    I hope you will pick your cutting machine wisely as they each have many functions. I have purchased many over the years for the different different functions & purposes that each machine has and I truly love them all. In the meantime, I pray that God will bless you and serve you well.

  7. I neeeeed this special to come back! I want the designer edition but dont want to pay full price:(