Monday, March 22, 2010

Week 5 - 101 Snappy Fashions Giveaway

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The winner is:
Heather
http://feathertysews.blogspot.com

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available for pre-order - available April 2010

I am just a few weeks away from 101 Snappy Fashions release and to celebrate I am giving away a goodie pack each week until the release of the book. 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! :)

I have 5 weeks of Giveaways after this week!
Check back every Tuesday for the next giveaway
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Week 5 - Chapter 5 - Ribbons & Trims
Have a peek at a few scans from the book featuring some of my favorite designs from Chapter 5. This chapter focuses on adding ribbons and trims and features 10 different techniques and 14 different designs.
# 43 Darling & # Cirque du Bow

#44 Jr. Prom

#46 Beachy

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Week 5 Loot!


Tons of goodies!!! Paints, Rit fabric dye, iron-ons, scissors and other supplies to get you started altering baby snapsuits.

A signed advanced copy of 101 Snappy Fashions

3 bottles of Rit Dye & a baby snapsuit

2 pairs of scissors from Simplicity and a baby snapsuit

Baby Snapsuit, Fabric Paint, Mod Podge, Foam Stamp

4 fun and festive Iron-ons

Crafter's Pick - Batik-EZ
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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 babies on the way! :)

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 March 30 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.

398 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:38 AM

    I want to win!!!!!! Can't wait for your book. I am a huge fan of yours. Just ordered it.

    Jamie (JAlberts (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  2. Your book looks terrific. I have a 15 month old and a new baby due in August.

    I've altered 2 onsies, using the same very simple technique. The onsies were dyed green and letters were ironed on. See links below.

    http://jenniferhoel.wordpress.com/2009/03/17/happy-st-patricks-day/

    and

    http://jenniferhoel.wordpress.com/2009/01/12/e-a-g-l-e-s/

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  3. Cathie- this is a GREAT book- I got a copy at CHA and have been pouring over it, soaking up all the cuteness! I made some snapsuits for my girlfriend, using freezer paper templates and Shiva Paintstiks (oil paint in stick form), which also works well! Thanks for the great crafts & inspriation you provide!

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  4. Love your new book! My sister and I both have baby girls 6 months apart and were just talking this weekend about having a craft day to make the girls some fun onsies. So I haven't altered any yet but I do have plans to!

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  5. Anonymous7:50 AM

    Hello, I have altered several onsies though out the years using fabric paint and just free handing for gifts. some were durring a babyshower as an activity and others were just gifted and enjoyed. i also used iron-ons to tell everyone that we were expecting another baby by writing "big sister" on a onsie for our 1 1/2 year old to wear. it was great and a big double take to those who read it.
    thank you,
    Kimberly email onetweetygirl71@hotmail.com

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  6. I haven't had any children of my own, but I have lots of friends and I love to alter and embellish.

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  7. I haven't altered anything nor do I have any wonderful babies. My sister had a baby last year, so this would be something fun we could do. (Plus I'd love to surprise her with it) :) Thanks for the great ideas and the chance to win!
    Dollie
    dolliescreations at gmail dot com

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  8. I love your blog Cathie! I have the Creative Juice book and love the show. I have gotten so many great ideas from you guys throughout the years.

    I have altered onesies before for baby shower gifts. I simply make a pattern out of fabric, cut it out, iron it on with fusible interfacing, then zig-zag stitch around it. The cutest part is when you put a design not only on the front, but on the bottom so when they crawl around, you can see your design. :)

    http://keepingupwiththejones-s.blogspot.com/

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  9. Oh My Gosh!! That "jr. Prom" one is hilariously cute!!!

    I haven't done a snapsuit in a while. The last one I did was iron-ons for a friend's baby, they loved it!

    Stiff like thus is so much more appreciated by the parents, too!

    Thanks for the chance to win your book!! I'm a big fan of You & your multi-talents (or maybe you have "creative a.d.d." like me!

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  10. sooo excited for your book to come out... your teasing is driving me crazy.. heehehe.. i have altered before, and it's addicting..

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  11. I have never altered a onesie before. I wish I would have thought of this when my boys were little... but now that I'm addicted to my new sewing machine I am definitely gonna try this for my new nieces or nephews (both my sister-in-laws are pregnant!) :-0 I'm soooooo excited I REALLY want to learn this!!!

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  12. I have a baby nephew on the way- we're all excited, especially the grandma-to-be who has been buying little boy clothes for him. That whale onesie is just too cute and I might have to try it! :)

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  13. yes, I made some for my niece with iron ons - they were fun!

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  14. Can't wait for your book to come out! I embroidered birds all over the shoulder area of a bunch of snap suits and then wrote "babies first tattoo" under that...hehe..

    picnpaint(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. Jr. Prom is beyond cute! Back in the day I used to do cross-stitch on bibs and snappies... You've taken it to a whole new level!

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  16. I definitely have "babies on the brain". With 3 babies coming (my two BFFs & my sis in law) in the next three months, I am loving the inspiration to alter onesies. I love to do that for gifts or for my own kids. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  17. I just recently used some extra blue fabric I had lying around and Heat Bond and cut the fabric into the shape of a tie. I ironed it on the front of a onesie and zig-zag stitched around the edge, just for looks! It came out wonderfully, and just in time for my brother-in-law's initial sermon he preached last Sunday!

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  18. I'm expecting a baby boy late May. I've never altered a baby outfit, but I'm so tempted since there so much creativity out there and with easy to follow instructions.

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  19. I love your book. I am a grandma and make gifts for my friends who are going to be grandmas. Never done a onesie....looking forward to it.

    robindemaree (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  20. Expecting one little baby at the end of June, and a friend's having hers in April. This prize would be perfect for fixing up some cute outfits for our nearly born kids. : )

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  21. I've altered toddler T's & sweatshirts with ribbons. I've also painted them, ironed things on, "bedazzled" them. I've tie dyed. I can't wait to get your book because I have friends who are expecting and I would love to alter some onsies for them! I love your ideas and products! I can't wait for your hot glue tools and for you new glitters!

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  22. My niece and a number of friends at work are soon due with girls. I would love to win this and alter some onesies for them! What a great giveaway!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Colleen
    cnmayberry at gmail dot com

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  23. Another amazing prize package. You are too sweet! I haven't done anything with these little snapsuits, at least I haven't yet. I did just find out that I will be a great-aunt again. This will be #7 "great" Babies are such fun!

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  24. Gotta love free stuff :)

    Love the show!

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  25. I picked up your book last night, and it's fabulous! I altered two baby snapsuits last week as a baby shower gift, adding applique to the front and ruffles to the rear.

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  26. I have a 4 month old and the weather is definitely warm enough for onesies. I've never decorated or altered one. Your book is inspiring me! I'd love to try dyeing some onesies for the boy. kimstoys at gmail dot com

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  27. Vanna Owens3:40 PM

    I love altering little snapsuits. I have made a few for friends (as I do not have children yet). I really like sewing basic shapes on them with a zig-zag stitch around the edge. Your book looks super cute!

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  28. Carrie6:06 PM

    I have one granddaughter and a grandson on the way. Your book seems to offer a lot of fun projects for new grammys like me! I would love to win! clmakin5171@gmail.com

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  29. I love the Jr. Prom design! I might have to borrow that idea for the next baby shower I attend. Altered onsies are such a great gift and they're fun to make. :)
    vikkis77 at gmail dot com

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  30. Love to win your book. I just had a baby girl and love sewing her new stuff!
    asklisam(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. Anonymous2:49 AM

    Oh my what a great giveaway. Right now in my life it seems that I am surrounded by babies or that babies are coming out of the woodwork. Yes I have altered onies before when I was teaching, my aide was preggie and my students (all boys 15 year-olds to boot) made a baby quilt, a moblie, and onies one in which had a tutu...it is a girl. Nothing like watching teenage boys aound a sewing machine.
    taylorhw(at)comcast(dot)net

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  32. Future grandchild would be the best dressed kid in the State!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Pick meeeeeee, pleeeeeeeeease.

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  33. Love the ribboonss!!!!

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  34. no babies here! it's amazing how adding a few embellishments can dress up a onsie. i have only embellished one onsie. it was for my granddaughter (who turned 19 yesterday). i used a fabric paint to make the word "angel". at least, i THINK that is what it said. it was 19 years ago!!!! rush8888 at att dot net

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  35. I have altered some onsies. I added birds with fabric paint to one and have added ruffles to others. http://yadiwyatt.blogspot.com/

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  36. Pennymac12:22 PM

    Have two Grandchildren already, eagerly waiting for more and the opportunity to "Cutify" the snap suits!

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  37. I've rubberstamped with permanent ink pads and markers.
    They are a great baby shower gift!

    Lynna
    LynnaDemay@gmail.com

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  38. Anonymous1:18 PM

    I haven't tried anything with ribbons yet. I have a hard time making a bow that looks right.
    Cheryl - wdmmlc@aol.com

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  39. I have not altered a snap suit but wish... thanks
    marthablake3@gmail.com

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  40. Anonymous6:04 AM

    looks fun, only have done iron ons before.

    rita.r.richardson(at)gmail.com

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  41. Love your giveaway!! I have embroidery on a snappy.
    tishaserrano@gmail.com

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  42. Got a cricut expressions for Christmas and that is one thing I wanted to do was cut fabric with it and alter onsies and t-shirts for my kids.

    dgwdlane@gmail.com

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  43. joycie5:16 AM

    i have never altered a onsie but two of my co-workers have just had babies and i am on the lookout for some unique gifts...these projects are just perfect...

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  44. Tasha7:26 AM

    I've done fabric paint on onsies. For my cousin's son, I stenciled "I Can't Wait Till I'm" and below was a stenciled picture of Black Jack (also referred to as 21). I also made one for a friend's son that said "Perfect Little Man".

    tasha.odonnell @ gmail.com

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  45. New to yur site and loving the book....would love to win! I have altered onesies. I just made my daughter one and plan on several more because I had a great time doing so!

    s_salik@yahoo.com

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  46. I have never made anything but I would love to. I have lots of friends that are pregnant and plan to start trying within the next year so I would love to start practicing now!! Pick Me!!!

    tyduffman@gmail.com

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  47. ooh!! What a fun book and all that loot! I hope I win! Thanks for doing the giveaway!!

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  48. Anonymous11:48 PM

    I have actually altered onesies and a few other childrens clothes.. some of the onesies are on my "blog"...
    http://craftymommyandme.blogspot.com/

    i am currently a crafty mommy to a 3 yr old and currently have a baby boy due in a bout 3-4 weeks..(due date is April 23)

    i love crafting and i just found out about the book and and actually VERY interested to find your book and check it out!!!

    email: cassandra.ousley@yahoo.com

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  49. i have never really altered a onesie (aside from fabric painting and tie dye). it would be great to win and learn other techniques.

    email: magpiemama@gmail.com

    thanks!

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  50. SUPER PRIZE! I just altered a onsie for my 8 month old and a tshirt for my 1 1/2 year old for them to wear on easter.. its kind of like your "junior prom" one... I put a bowtie, dress shirt ruffles, and buttons on the little one, and a regular tie applique and dress shirt ruffles on the bigger one. I used red bandana fabric (because I had some scraps to use up) so I call them the "redneck dress shirts"
    email: chasingrays@hotmail.com

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  51. I think my 7-month-old would love a personal unique snapsuit! And I would love making one for her with the things you show, I think your book looks really great (saw it on Dana´s blog Dana-Made-it).
    And I think I´m gonna post something on the internet forum I´m a member of, all moms who love making things themselves. Turning ´old´ things into new ones is also very good for the environment, so perfect in all possible ways.

    dekkeresther (at) gmail (dot) com

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  52. I have not ever altered a onesie, but would love to! We have 2 little boys and are adopting a little girl, hopefully to be here by the end of the year. Thanks!

    anngraves1(at)gmail.com

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  53. The book looks really wonderful. I've made a few onesies with appliqued neckties and flowers and I would love some more ideas.

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  54. I have made a onesie with an applique tie on it, but that's it. Was just about to do a couple with freezer paper stencils. Love the thought of a book full of ideas.

    j.bkicklighter(at) sbcglobal (dot) net

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  55. this book looks like so much fun! no babies yet, but it seems like i'm always altering onesies for shower gifts...most often by freezer paper stenciling, but these are some great new ideas!

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  56. Wow! What an awesome book! I saw you featured on MADE and I've fallen in love with your snapsuits. I've done a few applique snapsuits (ties, planes, guitars). Thanks!

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  57. Amazing book. I can't wait until it comes out to order. With a baby boy I have embellished many onesies but I need some new creative ideas.
    sandersbarton@gmail.com

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  58. I haven't taken the plunge to alter a snapsuit... yet! I'd love to know some good tips for dying them as the colours I can buy never go with handmade clothes. I'm really interested to see inside your book!

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  59. Stephanie5:05 AM

    I'd love to see all of your suggestions. I threw a shower for a friend of mine about 5 years ago and set up a table to decorate a onesie for the baby. I sat out some fabric paints and various stencils for those like me without painting skills! Everyone loved it and it kept the kids occupied. Thanks for the contest.

    stephaniewildman (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  60. oh yay!
    i just had a baby (well, not JUST, he was 3 months on the 18th)

    i've embroidered onesies before, but that's about it, i'd love more ideas for embellishments, we got a TON of plain onesies for the shower.

    (alien_sunset AT yahoo DOT com)

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  61. I've been given some pretty cute altered snapsuits and I've been planning on creating some for my soon-to-be-born niece. What a great book!

    tiffj.brady (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  62. What a terrific book! With all the babies coming in our family we'll need to start now!

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  63. What a fantastic book! And it seems that I, apparently, need your help, as I have attempted (unsuccessfully) to alter a onesie with embroidery but failed miserably. I have a 4 month old daughter, oodles of friends with babies under 6 months that I would love to help outfit in style, and lots of creative juices flowing. Help, Cathie, help! :)

    amyjhurst@gmail.com

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  64. What cute ideas! I'd love to win this to make snapsuits as gifts and for my 5 month old.

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  65. Your book looks great! I have twin 7 month old girls and I would love to jazz up some outfits! shannon_burt@yahho.com

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  66. I love all your ideas here. I have not altered a snap suit, but would love to use your ideas for baby gifts. I have altered many t-shirts and burp cloths, mainly using an appliqué technique. Thanks for offering a great give-away.
    lizharrell@auburnalum.org
    http://stolafstories.blogspot.com/

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  67. Anonymous5:38 AM

    This is so cool! I have twins on the way, one of each variety, and have only done some stenciling on their snapsuits.
    Carrie
    care1900@att.net

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  68. So far I've done some hand embroidery and simple appliqué on a onesie. It was great fun but I'd love to try some new techiques!

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  69. Hi! I came over from MADE. This is such a cool idea! I have a baby due in June and two cousins with brand new babies, so I have lots of babies to embellish! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  70. Anonymous5:49 AM

    This book looks awesome! I just recently tried dying snapsuits but I haven't ever sewn on applique or anything like that. But I really want to. I have a 21 month old daughter and hope to have more in the future. Crafting for kids is so simple and fun.
    ~Jessica

    justenoughstyle.blogspot.com
    justenoughstyle@gmail.com

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  71. I have transformed a few snapsuits in the past - but yours are too cute! Arrived here at your site via MADE.
    kbkjensen@yahoo.com

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  72. This looks fantastic. i sure hope I win I'm expecting my little one in May and have a bunch of onsies that I want to dress up.

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  73. I have perked up some "onesies" in the past but would love to transform snapsuits with the help of this book!

    hawkeyejlp (at) hotmail.com

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  74. Anonymous5:58 AM

    I love altering snappy for my niece! eaweiss@gmail.com

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  75. I am a HUGE fan! Expecting baby # 2 in the fall. Would love to get started on cute outfits!

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  76. How adorable are these and I just added your book to my "book wish list"! ;) I have a boy who is 9 months old and would love to make some of these for this summer! I also have embellished a few "snapsuits" with fabric (basically just sew a square on, but I'd like to try something else) and I ABSOLUTELY love the party idea in the book. I'm a pastor's wife and we will throw lots of baby showers in our church.

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  77. I love these ideas! I'm heading to a baby shower in a few weeks, and I would love to bring something special along. Thanks for the give-away!
    Mel H. (melissa at ranchero dot com)

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  78. What a great giveaway! I've appliqued a guitar onto a onesie for my son. So cute and so fun!

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  79. I recently embellished a few snapsuits for a friend's baby shower. The baby's name is Harlow, so I enlarged an "h" in a font I like and cut it out of pink polka dot fabric. I ironed it on an went over it with the sewing machine. Then I did the same thing with a cute little elephant!

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  80. I took a photo of my best friend's dog and cut out the outline of the dog in fun fabric, and then appliqued it to a snapsuit for her baby shower. She loved it! You can see it here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/39107044@N08/4473329336/

    email:jenalderman@me.com

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  81. I have a 2 week old baby and two toddlers. I also love to embellish snapsuits but need some new ideas. Would love to win. lesliewilliams@hotmail.com
    www.eliandellaoriginals.blogspot.com

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  82. I have my first due in July. Would love to be able to snaz up some onesies.

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  83. love your ideas...i think even an amateur like me could pull some of these off!

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  84. I have a 3 month old baby boy! I would love love love this! I hope I win. Thank you for the opportunity!

    Kate
    katew806@hotmail.com

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  85. Lynne6:20 AM

    Our 4th grandchild is due in Oct. I have so much fun sewing for them all. I wish I had had this book when my own were little.

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  86. My husband is in med school and every nine months there are 10 babies being born here! I am always looking for cute ideas for gifts, this would be awesome!

    caysieriley@yahoo.com

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  87. Just found out #6 grandchild is a girl. Would love this book!!!

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  88. Oh. my. this book would be an answer to my creative prayers. I have two children. A three year old boy and a sixteen month old girl and my husband and I are about to make a third one happen, so this would be a great book for me to jump into.

    misha.lauren@gmail.com

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  89. wow! what a great giveaway. I would so love to win.
    when my first was born my husband and I took american apparel onesies and screen printed designs on them. they turned out great. this book would be great to have as I am always trying to come up with unique gift ideas.
    bethanypitman@gmail.com

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  90. Donna6:31 AM

    I've never altered a snapsuit and don't have a baby on the way (but do have 6 children!). These ideas can be used on clothing for people other than babies, though,so I'd love to win!

    Donna
    d831961@mchsi.com

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  91. this book looks like so much fun!!
    i love altering onsies, and have a 9 month old little gal. all of my friends are expecting, but i'm pretty sure i'm not;o)
    really hope to win!

    dignity_depravity@hotmail.com

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  92. This book looks so cute! I did make a onesie for a friend with a tie (used an old silk tie of my husband's, laundered and cut apart), then made a matching t-shirt for his older brother. They were adorable! Can't wait to see some new ideas.

    Heather
    http://feathertysews.blogspot.com
    heathertyfeatherty at gmail dot com

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  93. Oh my gosh how fun and adorable! I'm pregnant...finding out TODAY what we're having! If it's a boy I will for sure be altering some snapsuits...I don't really like most of the boy clothes out there so I figured I'd make me own (kinda!)

    karencallister@gmail.com

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  94. Love this! I've only ever turned a snapsuit into a shirt for my daughter. I have a new little niece or nephew on the way that I'm itching to craft for!

    sunshinebabysite@gmail.com

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  95. Christine6:39 AM

    I just altered snapsuits for 3 of my family/friends who are pregnant or just had the baby - what fun. I have 3 little ones of my own as well and want to do some for them. What a great book. Can't wait to get it!

    christinejohnson77@gmail.com

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  96. What an awesome giveway. The only thing I have done so far with a snapsuit is freezer painting. Hope I win!!
    sueellenhafen@yahoo.com

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  97. I love embellishing snapsuits. My favorite so far is ruffles on the bum. Too cute!

    http://cuteasafox.blogspot.com
    cuteasafoxcreations@gmail.com

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  98. just found out about your book-looks great! I've appliqued initials on onsies for shower gifts.

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  99. I have never altered a baby snapsuit, or onesie, but I would love to start because I have a darling baby boy!

    seashells@me.com

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  100. I have altered some snapsuits with freezer paper stencils and appliques. I have lots of baby showers coming up and I am planning on doing some ruffle butt ones. Can't wait to see what other ideas are in the book!

    Morgan

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  101. Wow! I totally NEED this book. I've never altered a snapsuit but I have at least seven baby showers coming up in the next four months (plus my own). Yeah, could definitely use it for some unique ideas. :-) Thanks for the giveaway!

    Candice
    blakeandcandice@gmail.com

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  102. ive done a lot of stenciling on baby snapsuits but would love to broaden my decorating skills. rlynnbaker@gmail.com

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  103. What a great book! We had the kids make baby snapsuits for their sibling one time and it was a lot of fun!

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  104. have never altered one of these, but would love to try! we have a baby on the way (and two already!) nystraldjo at hotmail dot com - http://blog.hestermania.com

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  105. I've altered a few snapsuits in my day with fabric, but hadn't thought of all these fun ideas! Looks great! GOOD WORK!
    thanks for the give away. this is me, crossing my fingers...
    melimba@gmail.com

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  106. All my friends are starting to have babies so I would love to win this giveaway to start making fun onesies for them!

    katie.marinaro@gmail.com

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  107. I haven't made a snappy refashion, but am dying to try as gifts for my friends with new babies on the way! The idea of a snappy shower is also awesome!!!

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  108. please please please!! i love this!

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  109. I've done a few onesie refashions... and would love some ideas to do more! :o) I have a little one-year-old (I can't believe it! Already!!) girl.

    Thanks for such a great giveaway!

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  110. Oh what a great giveaway!! I really want this :)
    I'm currently refashing tons of onesie and t-shirts, and I'm pregnant with my second child (unknown sex until august!) and my little girl is almost 2 yr old already :)
    I'd take good use of those goodies!

    http://demilunes.blogspot.com

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  111. I've used fabric dye on some onesies for my 5 month old recently...this looks like a fun book filled with great ideas!

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  112. I've altered a few onesies, but not to this awesome extent. Thanks for the giveaway. Heather
    rougglyministries@hotmail.com

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  113. What a great giveaway! I don't think I've ever refashioned a onesie before, but I'd love to!

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  114. I have made baby boy tie onesies before, but never anything as pretty and fancy as yours!
    kayla.dishon@gmail.com

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  115. I'd love to win any of those! I've altered some for friends before, but I haven't gotten around to doing any for my own kids! With a 6 month old at home, I really should do some more!

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  116. What a neat book! I have never refashioned a onesie before, but after having a little girl (after two boys) I would love to try it. It would be fun to turn icky white onesies into PINK ones! bll1707@yahoo.com

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  117. Since having my son in November I have altered at least 30 onesies. I don't like the plain ones so I dye them and then decorate with embroidery or iron-ons. I would love to try some of the techniques in your book!

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  118. I'm starting a project adding a tutu to a onesie right now, but I love the designed ones that I've seen in previews of your book! It seems like everyone I know is having a baby, and these would make GREAT gifts, but my little girl will also be jazzed up!
    diriculous@gmail.com

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  119. I would love to win. I tried to find the perfect onesie for my nephew, but didn't like any of the ones I found or was shocked at how expensive they were. I cannot wait to just make my own!

    elyse(dot)erin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  120. i LOVE this book already! i would love to win :) i have altered quite a few onesies/t-shirts for my own boys and for baby shower gifts - with felt, iron-ons, and embroidery floss. can't wait to see all your fun ideas!

    jessicamcollier (at) gmail (dot) com

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  121. Wow! This looks like fun! I have altered snapsuits by adding fabric with machine appliqué to turn a boy themed item into a girly one. I have also taken one of those ad added a skirt based on a tutorial I found online.

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  122. I have made some 'tie' snapsuits recently for friends who had boys - I am due with my 2nd at the end of May and can't wait to make him/her some cute stuff - your book looks amazing!!

    cviel21 at aol.com

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  123. Just found you through MADE! What a wonderful book! I have altered a onesie at a baby shower recently & no baby on the way right now, but I know that I'm not finished having babies. :)

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  124. kristin7:34 AM

    I love to give appliqued onesies and matching burp cloths as baby shower gifts. Congrats on the book and thanks for the opportunity to win!
    www.flossyflirt.blogspot.com

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  125. I've only done t-shirt transfer iron ons, but have been looking for an excuse to try some other methods of jazzing up snapsuits - I wouldn't mind winning!

    ettajking[at]gmail[dot]com

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  126. I have an 8 month old boy and am always looking for cute boy ideas. I have a daughter that I am always sewing for! Love the book!
    benjiandkyla(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  127. Sounds fun! I have never altered a snapsuit, but I do have a little baby!

    roxannecarlile[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  128. Saw your blog through MADE! I have a 1 year old son and many friends with little ones on the way. I have stamped on a onesie for people to sign at my friend's baby shower. Really excited about this giveaway!

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  129. I haven't ever altered a snapsuit, and I don't have babies, but I swear there are babies popping out everywhere around me!

    daniellephillipp@gmail.com

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  130. This is awesome! I would love this book to learn all these cool techniques and to make shower gifts!

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  131. I have lots of friends having babies...unfortunately, I have to wait a few years till my husband is out of dental school...but I'd LOVE this book!
    -Sierra
    sierra.keaster@gmail.com

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  132. cute!! I have experimented a little, using techniques from the blog MADE. I complicated it a little, though, and used two colors to create freezer paper stenciled onesies. They turned out so well, I got hooked!

    brandonandelise.blogspot.com or elisemiller5@gmail.com

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  133. Your book looks amazing! I am currently pregnant with my third little one and this time I've challenged myself not to buy anything, only to make things for the baby. In the past I've only done applique on onesies, but I am looking forward to trying out much more. :) Thanks! Heidi

    heidicrawford at gmail dot com

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  134. I would love to have this book. I altered most of the onesies my little one wore, and now I am making them for friends. My favorite ones to see on a little boy are ties on a white onesie. Just doesn't get much cuter!
    marcydarcy7(at)hotmail(dot)com
    ilovebeingmommy.blogspot.com

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  135. Oooo I would love to win. I have done freezer paper stenciling, fabric dying and ruffle butts on my little ones "snap shirts". So please pick me ... I need more ideas and more craft stuff that I will have no where to put in my already PACKED craft area.

    creator@superiorcreations.net
    creator(at)superiorcreations(dot)net

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  136. I have only done one onesie before with a car on it as a baby gift. It turned out cute! Love this book! I am expecting a sweet baby boy in June. #4! I'm loving all the cute things to make for boys these days!

    www.ourscoop.blogspot.com

    ourscoop@gmail.com

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  137. What a fun book! I have dyed and added iron-ons to onesies/snapsuits before. I have 2 little girls and a little guy due in a month!

    pbackholm(at)gmail(dot)com

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  138. I am wanting soooo badly to win. I need to learn these fun ways to alter a oneies. I have a little 6 mo old and would go crazy this summer giving him lots of snapsuits to wear!

    ashleewright07@gmail.com

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  139. The hubby and I just decided to start trying for our second baby! Hope I win!!!

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  140. So cute and what great ideas! I've only ever stamped on t-shirt transfer and ironed it on a few snapsuits. Your book has a wealth of ideas!
    raelynstoddard@hotmail.com

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  141. Anonymous7:59 AM

    I can't *wait* for the book!! My sister in law told me about it and I knew I had to have it. I'm a pretty crafty/artsy person but haven't had much time for that since my little girl came along 8 months ago. I figure this is a great way to do something for her AND me!

    Leah (lhnswan@gmail.com)

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  142. Your book looks amazing. I love appliquing onsies. I'm a college student so I babysit often for extra money. I love making outfits for the sweet babies I watch. This book would be great inspiration.

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  143. allison8:00 AM

    I am in love with your book already...I can't wait to be able to purchase it, that is unless I win. I have never altered a snapsuit or made any baby clothes for that matter. I have a 9 month old and cannot wait to try out all your techniques for new summer clothing for my little guy! my email: allison.fanger@yahoo.com

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  144. I have a niece, a nephew, and another little one on the way but don't have any children yet. I love making crafts for them.

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  145. I love changing things, especially clothes making it your own creation. I have done a few things with onesies, using a potato stamp i made gifts for my sons baby friends. Recently i did some fabric applicate for my daughter to match her skirts. I love getting new ideas, this book would be so fun.

    mksuffolk@aol.com

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  146. Awesome! I've done a bunch of snapshirts altering -- it's a fun thing to do at a shower and provides unique clothes for the baby! I would get supplies together (fabric markers, washed snapshirts in different sizes -- light colors only, and a bunch of ideas -- ed emberly books are great, cardboard rectangles to go in the shirts so they don't bleed to the back, drying rack or clothesline and clothespins). It was really fun to see what people would create in a short amount of time! One of the hosts would take the shirts home and iron them so that the paint would be permanent.

    At home I've used ink-jet iron ons to alter shirts. I also have a snapshirt with a skirt sewn on as a cute dress for my daughter.

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  147. Anonymous8:03 AM

    I have a one year old and lots of friends with babies on the way! This book looks like a ton of fun!

    irishrose16 at hotmail dot com

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  148. Anonymous8:06 AM

    I have an infant daughter and I am always looking for ways to turn her boring onsies into cuteness! This book is for me!

    K.M.

    Kimmieclover@aol.com

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  149. Oh lovely! I have a two year old and a one year old. I have lots of pregnant friends, too!

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  150. I made some faux-tie onesies for my son and continue to do them in t-shirt size. And I have lots of pregnant friends so I need this book!!!

    -Amy
    Crafting by Candlelight
    bibanon1@gmail.com

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  151. I have altered a onesie with a red elephant freezer paper stencil and also one with a running stitch vertically up and down. Baby #2 is due in 17 days so this book looks perfect!!!
    Hannah
    hannah@ourworkingproject.com

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  152. I haven't altered a onesie yet but would love to! I have a 6 month old daughter (and 2 year old twin boys) and would love to make them all shirts! Great giveaway!

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  153. I am a huge fan of applique onesies. I recently started dying them using Rit. I am not expecting, but I have several close friend who are and I sale onesies on etsy:) www.therapeuticcrafting.blogspot.com

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  154. so cute! I have altered onesies before, but VERY simply. I just use fabric to make an iron-on of the baby's initial. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  155. What an inspiring book!

    I've done many things with onesies-- tied-dyed them, used fabric paint to put sayings, used eyelet to dress a couple up. I also am thinking of working on extra onesies for children in shelters (because every child deserves something special, no matter what the circumstances might be, you know?)

    I'm also due in June, so I foresee lots of wee shirts in my future! Whee!

    Thank you for the opportunity!

    Melissa
    -starcrossedlady@aol.com

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  156. Absolutely adorable! I have never altered a snapsuit, but so wish I had this book when my twins were little. The ideas would still be fabulous for their size now. Plus, I'm just now starting to get into my creative flow!! I'm a beginner who needs all of the help I can get! Thank you for the chance to win :)

    stephcallender@yahoo.com
    callenderzoo.blogspot.com

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  157. I LOVE this! I have to have it!!!

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  158. I have embroidered snapsuits for my girls, but that is about as far as it went. I am so excited to have more ideas to use! Thanks!

    Mrsfamous [at] yahoo [dot] com
    Hopscotchlemonade.blogspot.com

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  159. What a fun craft. I love that you created a whole book on something I have always wanted to do. I have never altered a snapsuit but would love a step by step guide. I have one little one and expect more in the future.

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  160. Love the ribbon embellishments! I've jazzed up onesies at a baby shower with stencils and fabric paint and also have plans to spiff up a few for my new little guy, he's not quite 5 months! Thanks for the great give away and congrats on your new book!

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  161. Oh my goodness, this book looks wonderful! I'd love to win!
    allie (dot) brandt @gmail.com

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  162. i can't wait to see this book. When I was in high school (a few years ago) I painted pictures on onesies for my niece. I haven't done anything since then. I have been trying to pick an easy project to get started again for my little guy. Thanks!

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  163. I like dying onesies for my little girl... I also cut them up to make her dresses, and have cut up some of my toddler boy's old onesies to make him training pants....

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  164. OMG!!!! I wanna win this soo badly. Unfortunately no more babies for me, but I still want to have fun with everyones elses! My sister is expecting... and she is going to be a very young mommy...so I want to help her enjoy every moment of it, any way i can! Thank you for this opportunity.
    Nikki :)
    nikkilueken@yahoo.com
    www.kreativeknack.com

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  165. You have such great ideas! I freezer paper stenciled a snapsuit for my son to announce that he is going to be a big brother. Baby is due this fall!

    melaniemcmullin (at) gmail (dot) com

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  166. I haven't tried spiffying up baby clothes yet, but I'm due with my first baby in a week and half so I will have lots of opportunity!

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  167. This book looks awesome! Just got married last summer, so there will be babies in my future! :) And of course for my friends and family with babies...Thanks!
    kaylagiacalone@gmail.com

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  168. Oh my goodness, your new book looks wonderful, and all the supplies are so yummy! My only experience with snap suits was a tie dye project. I would love to try some of your ideas. Thanks for the giveaway, hope to win :)

    katesadventures(at)gmail(dot)com

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  169. Oh, I am so excited about this book. I threw a baby shower for my best friend last summer where we tie-dyed snap suits and now she's throwing one for me in a few months. We wanted to do more snap suit decorating so this is perfect!

    Thanks for the giveaway and I'll be sure to check out your book.
    calee streza at hotmail dot com

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  170. I haven't ever altered a snapsuit. I never even thought about just picking up some and making them more fun! I have nearly half a dozen pregnant friends due before June. This would be perfect!

    Jbaileycassin (at) gmail (dot) com

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  171. I love this idea and am excited for this book! My "babies" are 18-months-old and 4 but I have a new niece or nephew on the way so I'm excited to give these techniques a try!

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  172. I just came over from MADE. The book looks great! I just dyed and embellished some onesies for a friend's baby and learned a lot in the process!

    vduersch [at] gmail [dot] com

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  173. Before our daughter was born, we used inkjet transfer paper to spruce up some tiny one-pieces for our daughter. They came out pretty cool, and we got lots of compliments.

    tragicallyordinary (at) gmail dot com

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  174. I dream of being one crafty Mama...this book should help! I can't wait to make a snapsuit for my little guy and all my friends' babies too. C'mon snake eyes! I hope I win!

    joellenedmunds (at) gmail.com

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  175. Wow! Just what I need! I alter onesies as gifts and for my kiddo all the time but need more awesome ideas. My go-to is the reverse-applique. Your book looks fabulous! I can't wait to get my craftin' hands on it!

    hayleyjoy[at]gmail[dot]com

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  176. I just tried dying some snapsuits this weekend, to add to my freezer paper stencils that I've been working on for friends. Can't wait to see your ideas!

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  177. I have just recently embellished a snapsuit for my daughter and can't wait to do more! cheyennealexander at hotmail dot com

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  178. Your book looks amazing!!! I love to dye onesies and use the freezer paper stencil technique.I would love to win this book, thanks!

    daniellelourey@hotmail.com

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  179. i have never fancied up a onsie but would love to start. no baby on the way but we are working on it ;). would love to win this!

    bluesandbasics.blogspot.com

    anne@bluesandbasics.com

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  180. I agree with you, onesies (snapsuits!) are such a fun/easy project for parents.

    I have made a few using EZ Batik (it's a resist in a squeeze bottle) and then dying it. Also I've done a few applique snapsuits. I have a little boy so I've done guitars, cars and owls. The handmade onesies always attract alot of attention. I hope your book is a huge success!

    Kim
    craftyNHmom@gmail.com
    http://www.kdmullen.blogspot.com

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  181. This book looks A-MAZ-ING! I've never altered a onesie myself, but I have a friend who is due in June and she LOVES making darling things like this! It would be so great for her baby shower!!

    rachel_musgrove@hotmail.com

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  182. I don't have any babies on the way, but hoping to have another in the next year or two. I have altered snapsuits by cutting them in two around the belly and adding gathered tulle for an adorable snapsuit tutu. Adorable!

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  184. I just made a onesie for my little one that said "I heart Gigi" out of felt for Great Grandma's 85th bday party. I love your "you are here" idea! Can't wait to see you book in person!!

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  185. I would love to win this book and make some cute stuff! I have some family and a few friends who are pregnant and they would make great baby gifts!
    Contact me at:
    janna bissett (at) yahoo dot com
    http://lilacpop.blogspot.com
    http://lilacpop.etsy.com

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  186. I am so happy to find your blog. I loved watching your show when we had satellite tv (antenna now....boo).

    Just this Christmas, I applied a rocket ship to a onsie for my little nephew. I regret not taking pictures of it!

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  187. I have two granddaughters, my youngest is only 4 months old. I like to embroider on little snapsuits!

    sandra-jo(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  188. I am in love! Win or not, I will buy this book for new ideas beyond applique to keep changing up my baby's clothes. eallred{@}gmail{dot}com

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  189. your book looks great! thanks for the chance to win! I have a 17 month old son, and a new baby on the way in November. I have altered snapsuits for my boy using iron-on decorations. steve88xjsgirl at gmail dot com

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  190. I haven't altered any snapsuits yet but want to since my baby has outgrown almost all of the clothes we got as gifts. Such a smart idea! emmillee(at)gmail(dot)com

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  191. Anonymous9:28 AM

    You new book looks great. I like to cross-stitch small characters on onsies but would love some new ideas...these all look so fun. It is a great idea. Marlene at yrungaray@charter.net

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  192. This looks like fun! I have a 5 week old baby and he is long, so I have taken to turning his onesies into shirts to extend their life. I have 5 in the next size up that need some embellishment though!

    crackerjackprinter @ yahoo.com

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  193. I am so excited for this book to come out! I have a 19 month old daughter, and I am constantly going to baby showers for friends. For my daughter's first birthday I altered a oneside with a cute circle and a number one. It turned out quite cute if I say so myself. :)

    Kylie
    pattersonkylie@gmail.com
    kylieandericpatterson.blogspot.com

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  194. I love embellishing onesies-they always turn out so cute and the ideas in your book look fantastic! I most recently made a Minnie Mouse onesie for my daughter when we went to Disneyland-so much cheaper and cuter than the shirts you can buy in the park!!
    http://vermillionrules.blogspot.com

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  195. I can't wait to check out this book! I've done some applique work on snapsuits and have tried my hand at freezer paper stenciling as well. With two girls and one more on the way in August, we go through LOTS of snapsuits!

    MsMegRose(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  196. I'm so excited to hear about your book from MADE. I have a friend who always makes the cutest clothes for her son and now I would love to try my hand at some as well with a new baby in my life :) Winning this giveaway would certainly jump-start that process! Thanks!

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  197. Can't wait to check out the book! I'm forever altering my older kids clothes, but with baby on the way (approx a month) this book would be right up my alley!
    Melissa sassy-fras@mchsi.com

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  198. I've got a little one on the way (Sept. 10) and would love to make some unique onsies for the new baby! What great gifts these would make as well. Looking forward to the book!

    www.fingerprintscards.com

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  199. I recently came across your blog and LOVE it! I have made a birthday onesie before but I am always looking for new ideas. I am expecting my 3rd girl in July and was just thinking I would really like to make some cute onesies different than the ones my other girls have worn. Would love this!
    handee01@hotmail.com

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  200. Love love love it! Your site is darling. I wish that I have never altered a baby snapsuit but I love to try new things...and I wish that I had a baby on the way!!
    jessie.gateway@gmail.com
    lakesaregreat.blogspot.com

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