Monday, February 15, 2010

Week 2 - 101 Snappy Fashions Giveaway

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The winner is!!!!
Amanda - Sygnet Creations - why i heart homemade

101 Snappy Fashions Giveaway


available for pre-order - available April 2010

I am 9 weeks away from 101 Snappy Fashions release and to celebrate I am giving away a goodie pack each week for the next 9 weeks. The goodies will be themed by chapter and will include a signed advanced copy of the book, a grand prize and a few fun extras! Keep coming back each week and enter to win another set of goodies. Follow my blog, my facebook or my twitter to stay in touch! :)

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Week 2 - Chapter 2 - Painting
Have a peek at a few scans from the book featuring some of my favorite designs from Chapter 2. This chapter focuses on fabric painting and has 10 different dyeing techniques and 18 different designs.

Lots of basic instructions for first timers.

#11 Carnival Nights

#13 Angel Baby

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Week 2 Loot!

Tons of goodies!!!



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The business stuff....

All items are provided by me (Cathie Filian) and are in accordance with the Blogher Rules.

To enter: Simply leave a comment to THIS specific post by telling me if you have ever altered a baby snapsuit or if you have ever used fabric paint.

Your comment MUST link to your particular blog or web site or include your e-mail address. Otherwise, I won't be able to get in touch with you if you win! Any entries that do not include
some way of getting in touch will be disqualified.

Deadline: Comments must be received by midnight EST February 21 st, 2010.
Odds of winning will depend on the number of eligible entries received.

Other rules:
1. You must have a mailing address in the United States of America (sorry
international folks!).
2. Only one entry comment per person.

How it works: Each comment will be assigned a sequential number. The winning
number will be selected from a random number generator, so there will be no
favorites, simply a game of chance.

Note: The books will be in my hand at the end of February. All February prizes will ship as soon as I have the books.

92 comments:

  1. I've used fabric paint before, usually for helping to adhere fabric appliques or for accenting an ornament.

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  2. Cheryl (wdmmlc@aol.com)9:07 AM

    I've used fabric paint to work with iron-ons that my daughter and I have created.

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  3. I haven't worked with fabric paint, yet, but I'm dying to!

    I have altered baby snapsits before, with iron-ons!

    :)

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  4. manderley@meettheswains.org9:15 AM

    I LOVE fabric paint! I've done lots of t-shirts and even added small amounts of fabric paint to formalwear in place of beadwork or to help glue on beadwork. I love it for costuming too!

    manderley@meettheswains.org

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  5. wooo hooo , am I the first??? (= I did alter a few for the twins, but did the iron-on thing... would have loved the creativity of paints.. hehe this is an awesome giveaway..

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  6. I have never altered a baby suit, but I have used fabric paint!

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  7. I not only have altered a baby suit but I just fabric painted my white keds to look more like "me"

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  8. Because of your post last week, it got me thinking about all the Plaid fabric paint I have in my art studio (originally for One Stroke painting)

    So, this weekend I went out & picked up some baby one suits, so I could paint on them.

    I'm super excited, I'm going to be an Aunt for the first time in June, so I've got to get busy with all these plain, white, baby one suits!

    I can't wait for your book to come out - I need more ideas!

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  9. Anonymous9:36 AM

    I've used fabric paint before for some project that I gave away as gifts. This prize set looks like it could be a lot of fun and possiblites. :)

    Lynette Cannon
    myprettypurse@earthlink.net

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  10. Anonymous9:53 AM

    Wow, another great give away!
    I've used fabric paint for lots of projects. My kids like to help and make their own cute creations too.
    Christine
    crizj@hotmail.com

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  11. Anonymous9:56 AM

    WOW, I am a new Grandma, and all my past dabbling in way too many different crafts, have all turned around, and have new meaning, I have a little Grandaughter to make things for. Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway!!!

    crafty1stroke@yahoo.com

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  12. I have actually gone the other way (just like me to do it backward) I have taken the super cute embroidery from a snappy and recycled it by sewing it onto a pillow using it as a patch!
    Stefanie Girard
    http://sweatersurgery.blogspot.com/
    http://craftside.typepad.com/
    http://recycledcrafts.craftgossip.com/

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  13. Anonymous10:03 AM

    I haven't tried using paint for any onsie's yet, but I have used the fabric paint markers. I have used the spray paint type fabric paints with stencils to leave a messy look around the edges, but I need to play with it a little more until I really like it.

    Cassie.whitmire@gmail.com

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  14. Anonymous10:05 AM

    Hi, I have never done any baby suits, but I have used fabric paint. My daughter and son n law are going to try to get pregnant this year, so I will definatly be using baby suits when they give me a grandbaby.
    Thank, Beth
    lovkinbeth@hotmail.com

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  15. i've used fabric paint for my kids halloween bags it was fun and the kids love to help .... thanks for the giveaway.....

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  16. I have never altered a baby snap suit, but I have used fabric paint. I have made halloween shirts with eyeballs all over them using reverse applique. I also love the freezer paper stencil method and have used that a handful of times to make plain shirts more interesting.

    Stephanie
    hippiechick512[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  17. All the babies are just so darn cute!

    I have used fabric paint once to paint on trick-or-treat bags.

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  18. I have never altered a baby bodysuit, or baby anything or have I ever used fabric paint. I would love to do it though, I've seen so many cute printed onesies that could easily be created.

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  19. I've never altered a snapsuit. I have used fabric paint. I remember using fabric crayons at my birthday sleepover. We decorated pillowcases.

    I want to start doing some fabric crafts with my son. We've got some Monster Trucks that would make great wheel patterns! I also have two new babies in the family. Something original would be cute.

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  20. I have used fabric paint and I have altered baby snap suits...put together a little kit for the family years ago and we made a new 'wardrobe' for my niece. Really fun! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  21. LOVe fabric paint! But altering a snapsuit? Not YET! Can't wait to read the book!!

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  22. I have never used fabric paint or altered a snapsuit but I would love to try!!!
    maryw1981@yahoo.com

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  23. rychlik.family@gmail.com11:43 AM

    I alter onesies and plain bibs with paint and iron ons.

    rychlik.family@gmail.com

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  24. I have done both. I have put iron on transfers of original artwork on a few snap suits. I've also drawn on them with fabric markers. I like to use fabric paint on my home made birthday goody bags and felt board stories.

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  25. I love refashioning snap suits for my little girl and for gifts for friends. It is so fun to try out different techniques to alter them! thanks for the awesome giveaway!

    prttyriss@yahoo.com

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  26. Anonymous12:40 PM

    I have made iron ons of my own design on some snap suits and made little skirts to match with ruffles on the sleeves. A themed outfit.
    Lori
    lhulstine@yahoo.com

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  27. I went on a snap suit altering spree right before my son was born. All I did was print up some cute images onto iron on sheet and iron them onto the suits. They didn't hold up too well though since baby clothes get washed way more often than regular clothes do.

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  28. what a great giveaway! i've done tons of iron-ons, but never used fabric paint. sounds fun!

    angie.rich@yahoo.com

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  29. Anonymous4:27 PM

    I've never fabric painted before but I'm willing to give it a shot! You have the cutest ideas!!
    stucker@okpublicfinancelaw.com

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  30. I just had a baby and have dyed alot of his stuff, but have not had the chance to paint yet! I really want to thought... Love the book, and the ideas!

    Kirstin
    kirstinbailey@gmail.com

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  31. Anonymous5:11 PM

    Cathie, I have never done painting on a baby onesies but have painted with acrylic paint on baby shirts for friends. Usually this is done to cover up stains and make the shirts last. I used to paint shirts and give them away to friends as gifts, also paint shirts for my daughters when they were younger and again I used acrylic paints and brushes. I love to create shirts, right now I am in the process of painting bibs for a friend who is expecting within the next two months. Alas no grandchildren for me yet just granddogs! I haven't painted anything for them to wear yet, but I might have to soon! Love the idea of having a book to get ideas from!
    Aloha,Debbi Miller
    debbimiller77@yahoo.com

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  32. I have with iron-ons - what cute ideas you've shared, thank you!

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  33. Hi Cathie!

    I love Folk Art Fabric paint! I have painted on lots of shirts... but never a snapsuit... would love the inspiration to do so!

    Thanks!!
    Carrie

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  34. I did some fabric painting on a Halloween costume when I was little with my sisters... we were "punk rockers" and it mainly involved dribbling paint everywhere, but it was a lot of fun!

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  35. I alter snap suits as baby gifts all the time by sewing on fabric swatches. Fabric paint is fun but I also like to add fabric medium to acrylic to get more colors.

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  36. I have used the iron-ons to alter snap suits then had to use fabric paint to fix some faulty iron ons. After fixing a couple I decided to just use the fabric paint and get creative! :)

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  37. i haven't altered any snapsuits but i have painted on a few t-shirts. i am also getting supplies ready to do some painting on canvas fabric. i have seen some wonderful accessories and embellishments painted on canvas and wnat to give it a try. your blog candy is fantastic. hillikayathotmaildotcom

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  38. I have altered a snapsuit by tie-dying it magenta and pulling up little twists all over that turned out to look like little flowers on it when it was finished... quite cute! This giveaway set will be great to make a ton of cute snapsuits! Thank you!

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  39. I've altered a snapsuit by appliqueing to the front. I tried some paint for Valentine's shirts...they were terrible. It was spray fabric paint, and I think I would have been successful with the regular bottle and brush style. Maybe I could win a fabulous prize and try it out!

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  40. I've used - and still use fabric paint. It was my mom who taught me how when I was a kid. Today, I still customize plain t-shirts or even plushies with fabric paint for that personal touch. Thank for such a wonderful giveaway!

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  41. I haven't worked with fabric paint before but love the idea. I just made a ruffle-bum onesie for a friend having a girl. I have a 4mo oldboy and would love to create something fun for him

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  42. I've used fabric paint, but can't get the stigma of late 80's puff paint out of my head. would love to try some of the newer products

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  43. FUN! Yes, I have altered a onsie before, using fabric paint and rubber stamps, we made them at my baby shower. I love the ones you make and would love to try it out, before my baby gets too big!

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  44. What a great giveaway! My very first craft sale was a onesie that I had crossed stitched a cute little strawberry on. Adorable. Would love to try your techniques, even though my babies are teenagers now!

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  45. I have used puff paints to decorate canvas bags for my nana thats in an assisted living home.
    craftychic28@gmail.com

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  46. I've not done any of this, but it looks like a blast! What fun and what a wonderfully generous giveaway!!!

    xo,
    Carmen

    http://www.carmentorbus.com

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  47. omg super amazing prize pack alert!!! i really hope i win, i love painting on pretty much anything i can get my hands on!

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  48. I've never worked with a baby snapsuit before but it looks like so much fun! I'm a long time lover/user of fabric paint -- the love affair started in 4th grade when we designed t-shirts for Earth Day and I never stopped :) My favorite thing to do these days is mix iron-on graphics with fabric paint and glitter...or sometimes spraypaint over textured/patterned stencils! I'm currently in college and hoping to turn my love of design into a career. Wish me luck!

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  49. I've done/used both. One time I went to a baby shower where we decorated the little baby outfits with fabric paints. It was a lot of fun for us and for the mom since she had so many unique shirts for her little one.

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  50. I have done several different variations of baby outfits. I like using freezer paper to use as a stencil. Fabric paint is great. We did a onesie party for my friends baby shower using all this fun stuff. She enjoyed it and we enjoyed making them.

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  51. Anonymous4:48 PM

    I've used fabric paint but never Plaid brand. I'm always looking for a brand that stays soft yet has good coverage.

    Brandy
    bklotzle@yahoo.com

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  52. I have used fabric paint, but unfortunately didn't start crafting until my little one was too big to wear onsies. Thanks for all the inspiration and ideas.

    Sandra
    strent@mail.com

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  53. I have done some fabric painting. One year when my kids were little we did painted pillow cases as the craft at my daughters birthday party. The kids had a ball and went home with a fun and useful project.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win these great supplies.
    kristie@lashotphotography.com

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  54. Anonymous9:09 PM

    I have used fabric paint and iron-ons on toddler clothing. I am looking forward to making cute onesies for all my friends that are expecting. What a great give-away! Thanks for the chance to win :)

    kennedyfamily3 at comcast dot net

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  55. When my duaghter was a baby, I used to decorate those little onesies all the time! I wish mine had been as cute as the ones you have done. Isn't fabric paint the best ever?

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  56. I have never done either one but since I found out I'm going to be an aunt again . . . I think I have the excuse to try this out!

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  57. I love to make fun clothing for all the little ones in my family and friends kids! I have run out of paint and supplies so I am crossing my fingers!

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  58. Lovin the LOVE onesie! Yes, I have altered one at a Baby shower!

    Thank you for the opportunity!
    Artful Blessings,
    Kathryn

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  59. Don't have any little guys ... so I haven't altered any baby clothes.

    I've never used fabric paint, but I have some great ideas for it!

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  60. I have never altered any babies clothing. I have used paints on fabric. Thanks for the chance to win more.

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  61. Anonymous7:58 PM

    Yes,I love fabric paint & have it used with freezer paper stencils for my boys t-shirts.

    Valerie
    valreeves@comcast.net

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  62. I have never painted on a snapsuit but I have used rit dye to put a bit of life back into some dingy whites.

    I am currently working on a blanket for my dear friends where I am using stamps and fabric paint!

    Can't wait to see your book in stores!

    Amanda
    Sygnetcreation.etsy.com
    sygnet33@hotmail.com

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  63. Anonymous7:53 AM

    Never used fabric paint and never altered a snapsuit. I need YOUR help...


    cbennett58@hotmail.com

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  64. We used fabric paint to make a onesie match my husbands shirt for my son when he came home from the hospital. It was a lot of fun to make, but didn't turn out so well.

    Looking forward to the release of your new book. I could learn so much from it!

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  65. I am a first timer with painting on fabric. This is such an neat giveaway. : )

    tishaserrano@gmail.com

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  66. Jennifer F B10:38 AM

    I have used paint when doing quick and easy stuff for my kids sports teams- now that I have a toddler and a baby on the way - they can all wear school colors. The mascot is a horse which is an easy enough stamp! Yeah! Thanks Kathy for the great ideas.

    jennime010301@yahoo.com;

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  67. I have never painted on a onesie or a snapsuit but I have just recently used fabric paints for snow painting and lace dyeing. I would love to have this collection of goodies so I can try other fabric painting techniques.

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  68. Thought I had better leave my email addy: ladyjspice@aol.com. Usually it comes up in my post but it didn't tonight. You can tell I would really like to have those fabric paints, etc. LOL!

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  69. I've altered baby onsies by ironing on appliques. I've never used fabric paint with them before but thats a good idea and I'd love to try it!

    (My email is princessmuh1@yahoo.com)

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  70. I have not altered a baby snapsuit yet, but I would love to try! It looks like a lot of fun and I've got a lot of nieces and nephews I can give them to! :D

    Jessica
    (jbethity@gmail.com)

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  71. Anonymous10:59 AM

    I use acrylic paint and fabric medium to stencil on shirts, instead of using fabric paint. I have used fabric paint to craft with the teens I work with and they love it!
    -G

    krazykitten213@sbcglobal.net

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  72. I love tie dying baby onesies! I make a set of 5 for all the newborns in my family. I have used fabric paint in the past on sports related apparel, but think I will be implementing into my tie dyes for some extra graphics (love the LOVE tie dye onesie shown above).

    peace!
    Emily
    emily@sliceoflimedesign.com
    www.sliceoflimedesign.com/blog

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  73. It is me - adding for a facebook friend...

    I would love to enter, i've been fabric painting for years and have lots of new babies in my family i could do these Snappy Fashions for. Please let me know and thank you for all you add to crafting via facebook. my email is dala.lawrence@hotmail.com

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  74. Decorating onesies is my favorite baby shower activity! I also love painting t-shirts and have a drawer full of fun and funky stencils.

    vikkis77 at gmail.com

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  75. Anonymous12:56 PM

    Hi Cathie,yes I have used many fabric paints mostly for home deor project,cards or scrapbooks.Would love to get my hands on that stuff :D

    email mpandol1@rochester.rr.com

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  76. Anonymous4:10 PM

    I have used fabric markers but not paint.

    nikimeiners@yahoo.com

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  77. I love to use fabric paint! I've used it lots with my students for goodie bags, school shirts, etc...

    erin6675@hotmail.com

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  78. Hi Cathie,

    No I nver altered a baby snappy onsie but I have used fabric paint before! I had a birthday party for my daughter in which all the girls brought a plain tee to decorate at the party. It was their favor to take home and a memory of my daughters b-day. I povided the paint, glitter gems etc..it was a blast!

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  79. Yes, I have tiedyed some onesies. I have never used official fabric paint, although I have painted on fabric. :o)

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  80. I have altered some onesies for my daughter. I have used iron ons and a bedazzler. I have used fabric paint to write things on them and want to try monoprints.

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  81. I've used fabric pant before. :)

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  82. Wow What a great package! I have never altered a onsie before but have used fabric paint. Would love this kit. Have friends having babies!
    Kasey
    xyronts_kasey@yahoo.com

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  83. No I have never tried, but would love to!

    jlh774 at gmail dot com

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  84. Definitely used fabric paint! Never a baby snapsuit. BUT - my best friend in the world is preggo with her first baby and I'd LOVE to make these for her!! Please, please, please PICK ME!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  85. I have a 7 week old little boy, and I miss crafting! I pre-ordered the book, but I 'd love to win some supplies to get me started. I used fabric paint when I was little, but not recently. I've never altered a snap suit, but I sure have dressed my son in a ton of them!!

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  86. Hi Cathie,
    I've never altered a onesie, but I have used fabric paint. My friend and her nieces and I had a t-shirt making party. It was lot's of fun!
    janiceogata@gmail.com

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  87. I like to use fabric paint, as well as general acrylic and textile medium. Fabric paint is as good a canvas as any and much easier to wear than a piece of paper.

    amber@rowandaleae.com

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  88. I have used fabric paint - designing t-shirts for a day care I used to own - so that when we took the kids on an outing they all had the same kind of t-shirt - love it~!~

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  89. I've used fabric paint before and I've altered baby snap suits with appliques and bow ties but I've never stamped on them! so cute!!!Love this! Congratualtiosn on the new book I've got baby #2 on the way (another boy) so I'm really excited to try these projects!

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  90. it was very nice of you to organize such a giveaway :) I'm sure all the winners were delighted

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  91. I miss those types of giveaways ! :( please do continue to organize such !

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Cathie

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