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If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that my Silhouette Mint stamping machine arrived last week. I spent the weekend experimenting with my Silhouette Mint – and I think it is pretty neat! If you aren’t familiar with the Silhouette Mint, it is a stand alone machine from Silhouette that creates custom stamps. Today, I will show you what is in the box.
First, the box:
Now, the contents of the box. This is a non-bundle pack and includes: (1) Silhouette Mint, (1) USB Cable, (1) power adapter, (4) bottles of ink, (1) Card for 50 free designs for Silhouette Mint Studio, (1) 15mm by 60mm stamp kit, (1) 30mm by 30mm stamp kit, (1) user’s manual, and (1) Silhouette Mint Studio CD installation disc. You can install Silhouette Mint Studio if you’d like to test drive it before your Mint arrives, on Silhouette’s website.
The machine itself is small and fits into my hand.
4 bottles of ink are included (5 ml each) in yellow, red, blue, and black.
Next, the machine includes 2 stamp kits (one 15mm by 60mm stamp and one 30mm by 30mm stamp). Each kit includes a base and cap for the stamp, two labels for the stamp, and the stamp material mounted to a cardstock material.
Lastly, an A/C adapter, USB cord, 50 free designs card, and Silhouette Mint Studio CD is included.
The Silhouette Mint shown above is priced at $119.99 on Amazon.com. Additionally, there is a refill kit on Amazon for $139.99, and larger bundle kits starting at $229.99. Single stamp kits are available and pricing varies. I expect (and hope!) that the material pricing will decrease over time like other Silhouette products.
Tomorrow, I’ll give you a list of ways you can use the Silhouette Mint for business. Leave a comment letting me know if you will be buying one.
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.