Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Week 6 - 101 Snappy Fashions Giveaway

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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! :)

This giveaway is worth $130!!!


I have 5 weeks of Giveaways after this week!
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Week 6 - Chapter 6 - Iron-ons
Have a peek at a few scans from the book featuring some of my favorite designs from Chapter 6. This chapter focuses on using iron-ons and features 10 different techniques and 19 different designs.
# 57 Early Rap

#57 Pretty as a Picture & #58 Altered

#60 Crowned

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Week 6 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

12 different baby themed iron-ons.

3 bottles of Rit Dye & a baby snapsuit

2 pairs of scissors from Simplicity and a baby snapsuit

Baby Snapsuit, Mod Podge, Foam Stamp

6 fun and festive Iron-ons
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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 April 6th, 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.

139 comments:

  1. No I haven't altered a snap suit and I don't have any babies on the way, but, I do have a 21 month old son and I have bought some iron on transfer paper I just haven't used it yet!!
    maryw1981 at yahoo dot com

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  2. I do have a baby on the way!! And a new niece or nephew!

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  3. OMG! This is the coolest book I've ever seen. I can't wait to get my very own. My little sister is pregnant and I want to spoil that baby rotten. My youngest is 20 months and I have altered 1 onesie. It was super fun and suprisingly easy! I would LOVE to win!!
    Lacey
    lacey_ann_fowler@yahoo.com

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  4. I used to paint on snap suits for friends, but haven't done any since having my own 2 kids. My 13 month old now wears a size 2T, so I'm hoping to use some of the ideas for t-shirts and make the snap suits for gifts.
    asm7593 at hotmail dot com

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  5. I dyed the bottom half of the suit then added a pirate iron on for a pirate party at sea with Mickey! Can't wait to make more I had so much fun on the first one!

    thescofields@att.net

    jamie

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  6. I have altered a snapsuit before for a friend's baby shower! :)
    -Sierra
    sierra.keaster@gmail.com

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  7. The book looks great - not to mention the crafty loot. I have altered a onesie or two in my time. I've tried tie dying to cover stains. It didn't work out too well. I've also made a necktie and fish applique for other onesies. It's fun and the little ones will wear whatever you put on them - so the sky is the limit.

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  8. I have never altered a snapsuit; I would like to though. I have an 18 month old and we are planning on having another little one in the future. What an awesome book!

    emilou84037@yahoo.com

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  9. yes, i am the queen of altered onesies! i tie dye them, iron on homemade and store bought appliques and have even cut them off at the waist (bottom) and added a skirt or ruffle or two. whoopee! your book will definitely provide lots more inspiration for all those gifts and grandchildren in my future. thanks cathie! p.s. love "creative juice" - watched it this a.m.

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  10. Never thought of altering a snapsuit...now I want to, those ideas are SO darling! I just had my first girl 3 weeks ago! my email: courtneycurt@gmail.com

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  11. I have a little girl on the way this summer. We have two boys already and are excited about adding a girl to our family!
    sweetems {at} gmail {dot} com

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  12. Yes please. I hope to win...these are amazing giveaways.

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  13. These are so sweet! Friends are now expecting their first baby and I'd love to give them a handmade & personal gift using these supplies! :)

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  14. I haven't altered any snap outfits, and I can't have any babies, but I'd love this to make some fun things for my niece and friend!!!
    Jackie
    nauvootemple@yahoo.com

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  15. Like I said previous week, I do TONS of onesie embellishments :)

    http://demilunes.blogpost.com

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  16. I would love to try iron-on transfers!!
    lisamary24 @ hotmail . com

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  17. I have! but nothing as cute as the ideas in this book! I am excited for it =)

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  18. pick me pick me!!

    savannahmoulton@gmail.com

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  19. fun! i've done quite a bit of freezer paper stenciling but nothing much else!

    rlynnbaker@gmail.com

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  20. I just had my BFF's baby shower this last weekend and gave her several altered onesies. She is having a little boy so the tie and bow-tie onesie I made were a big hit. So much fun!!

    sadielanedesigns@gmail.com

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  21. I just had a new grandson last week and I've embroidered a cowboy on a onesie. It's in the mail to him and I cannot wait to see pictures!

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  22. I don't have a baby on the way but I have some friends who do and I would love to make them something. Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  23. First, I am so excited about your book! I love to jazz up and alter my babies onesies. My baby is 5 months and I really want to master using the fabric paint and dye. I also have lot's of friends that are having babies in the next few months and I really want to make them something fun.
    amielberry@gmail.com

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  24. I don't have a baby on the way but my brother and SIL do! I'd love to try your ideas!

    Danifaith4@gmail.com

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  26. Both my kids are to big for onesies, but my nephew still wears them, and ive got a few friends all due this spring/summer that I've been making bibs,dresses and other things for. This book is so cute, such great ideas!!
    dd1027@comcast.net

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  27. no babies on the way, but I have already altered snapsuits!

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  28. no babies for me yet, but plenty of family and friends having them! i love that cassette tape onesie...would love to make these as gifts. thank you!

    stinksopurdy@gmail.com

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  29. Ha this is awesome! Not only do I have a baby on the way but I have a niece and a nephew as well! Awesome!

    camrae27@yahoo.com

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  30. 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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  31. Anonymous3:48 PM

    howdy! love your ideas....we are planning on getting prego soon so I've been looking at different blogs daily for ideas. This blog is one of the blogs i began to follow some time back. thanks :)
    ruthperez@satx.rr.com

    ruthie perez

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  32. No baby on the way, but I do have a 6-month-old, and I have altered a few onesies for him. Can't wait for this book!

    katisieger at gmail dot com

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  33. Jaye Jaye4:38 PM

    Lovely blog!
    I've altered many snap suits AND have a baby in my lap as I type.
    :)

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  34. I have altered a few snap suits, but never for my own baby. Hopefully I'll have another one soon, and hopefully it will be a girl so I can make some of my own lovely girl clothes for her. Although another boy would be perfectly welcome (and inherit an abundance of hand-me-down clothes from his brothers).

    ilovepaulduersch [at] gmail [dot] com

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  35. I have altered a few with paint, but NEED to learn some new exciting techniques!!!!
    kris
    goorsky at g mail dot com

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  36. I have altered a snapsuit. For my daughters baby shower she got alot of plain pink things, and the crafter I am I wanted to spruce them up. I added appliqued fabric...animals, crowns...(I traced the copies from coloring books).. and wah-lah she wasn't so "plain" anymore.

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  37. this is awesome.. I actually altered before... when the twins were born cause I had a hard time finding matching onesies.. hehehhehe... look forward to the book..

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  38. Anonymous6:44 PM

    I have altered a few onesies with the freezer paper stenciling technique, but am looking forward to doing more with the ideas from your book.
    kdspringer@gmail.com

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  39. I've tried to alter a onesie, but it failed! I have a 1 1/2 year old and another on the way! I would love some ideas and learning how to do them!! jen.reece@yahoo.com

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  40. Anonymous7:19 PM

    Just did a onesie table at a baby shower I threw for some friends. Half of them were totally not appropriate for babies to wear, but everyone had lots of fun making them!
    cassie.whitmire@gmail.com

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  41. No babies on the horizon, but I once did a baby shower "game" where everyone got a snapsuit and was responsible for decorating it. We then gave them to the mom-to-be at the baby shower and she chose her favorite (who won a prize!). I tie-dyed mine... it didn't win.

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  42. I have done iron-on transfers and also did tie-dye.

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  43. That monkey stamp is too cute! I'm so ready to alter some snapsuits for my 4 month old after reading your blog! I already have a copy of the book, but will definitely offer it as a giveaway on my blog. I'm eyeballing the loot! kimstoys at gmail dot com

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  44. I'm currently working on adding a skirt to a snapsuit for my baby girl! I would love to win this!

    olympicsleeper@hotmail.com

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  45. Ahhhh, Oh my goodness!!! I can't thank you enough for coming out with this incredible book!!! It is just what I want and need. I have altered 2 "snapsuits" little cut outs of and apple and an elephant, used cute fabric, and some wonder under!
    my blog: josephandanniehatch.blogspot.com
    my email: annieleec@yahoo.com

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  46. Oh my is this the cutest thing ever! I have a little nephew that I do clothes for all the time!

    I would loooovvveee to win this one. Pick me pick me!

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  47. Hi, what a lovely blog I just came across! I would LOVE this new book! I have done many applique onesie's for my daughter and friends children. I would love to get more creative and do some other things. My hubby and I will be trying for baby #2 in a few weeks so this would be great timing! Thank you!
    estherhuhkoi@gmail.com

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  48. I can't wait to get your book! I have recently started using fabric paint and stencils on some onesies and shirts. My favorite is the stencil I did of our un-born baby boy's nickname..."Awesome"!

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  49. wow, the book is so cool. upgraded onesies are my favorite baby gift. i did appliques i did freezer paper stenciling and i'd love to learn more techniques.
    thanks for the great ideas.
    nilly.
    nilly1st@gmail.com

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  50. Simply marvelous! I am definitely into decorating and making over onesies. In fact, I just hosted a baby shower where that's what we did for the mom to be was create onesies:)
    brenbren13 (at) ymail (dot) com

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  51. Your book looks terrific. I have a 16 month old and a new baby due in August.

    I've altered 2 onsies, using iron on letters.

    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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  52. would love to win one of these goodie bags so I can try the new techniques. I've only ever done iron-ons before. thanks rita.r.richardson at gmail.com

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  53. I have a compulsive issue with altering the little onesies for gifts and EVERYONe LOVES them!!

    http://thebeehivetimes.blogspot.com/

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  54. I just had a baby girl and would love this!

    vanessajharper@yahoo.com
    http://www.veesews.blogspot.com/

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  55. I have a baby boy and can't wait to get my hands on this book! I also have a new neice or nephew coming this September and my best friend is having a baby in September! Would love to make some gift for them!
    singingthreelittlebirds@gmail.com
    http://singingthreelittlebirds@blogspot.com

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  56. allison7:45 AM

    I have never altered a sanp suit, but it's a great idea and I look forward to altering some for new summer clothes for my 9 month old.

    allison.fanger@yahoo.com

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  57. JennieG8:00 AM

    This looks like an awesome book. I don't have kids but I have several friends that are having kids - that means baby shower time. I am one of those people that likes to give the creative and fun gift. I did several iron on snap suits a couple weeks ago for a friend with bling cupcakes and aniamls, She loved them.
    jenniegift@gmail.com

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  58. I really, really can't wait to get my hands on this book! And, to get an advance {SIGNED!} copy?! Pure bliss! Thanks for the chance - my Littles will be decked out!

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  59. Anonymous8:28 AM

    I love this new set you are giving away. How fantastic. I love vamping up baby suits. Taylorhw@comcast.net
    Wendy

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  60. I went to a baby shower a few years ago where we all wrote our best baby advice on a onsie. That's all I've done because I'm such a sissy. I'm excited for the book so I'll dare go for it! le.tigerlily@gmail.com

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  61. I love creating one of a kinds for my little ones!

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  62. I have zazzed up a few snapsuits-usually with fabric paint and appliques. Also-I do have a baby on the way. The little miss should be arriving at the end of this month!!

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  63. Yes, I've altered onesies. For my sister's baby shower (5 years ago) everyone painted, stamped, stenciled, or otherwise decorated one for the new baby.

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  64. Your book is great! I want one! I have a little girl on the way and would love to make things for her! Thanks Kara B
    scrapsincali@yahoo.com

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  65. I have a 4 month old and recently started altering onesies. I would love to win a copy of your book...along with all the other loot!

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  66. I never imagined a book like this existed! I absolutely love altering onsies and always say my baby (that's still a twinkle in my eye) will only wear altered onsies and babylegs! This book would be the perfect addition to my plan!I HAVE to have it!
    Jordan
    jordanwaddington@gmail.com

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  67. I LOVE altering snapsuits! And I just came across your awesome blog with great new ideas! I can't wait for your book!!!!

    I have 4 children, my youngest is 14 months, and I have so much fun coming up with unique outfits for him :-)

    Garzagoat@yahoo.com

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  68. I can't believe all the wonderful ideas you have been showing us! I don't have a baby or one on the way, but I have one great niece or nephew due in the fall. Thanks!
    kristie@lashotphotography.com

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  69. I can't wait for your book! It looks so inspiring! I love changing up my daughter's snapsuits. I'm hoping to get ahold of your book to jazz up some more.

    kamoses@mail.com

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  70. Heather11:52 AM

    Thanks for sharing small portions of the book with us. Baby # 4 due in May would love to win!
    heather@thelacroixs.com

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  71. the sole contribution i've made to the pretty-ing up of onesies, is adding an applique. i am excited to read your book to learn about more ways to pretty up the onesie world around me! :)

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  72. I have a two year old, and plan to have more; I have tried to alter a snapsuit, but BLEW it, big time! I ruined a whole package of good onesies!! So, help me out!

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  73. No baby on the way for me, but lots of friends do!!! I'd LOVE this book!!!

    tbmroberts at yahoo dot com

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  74. For my baby shower each person got a white onesie and decorated it with fabric markers and paints. it was wonderful! Not only was it like an extra gift from everyone, but I'm still using them all and I'm on baby #3!

    maryadams@gmail.com

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  75. I've altered lots of snapsuits, and I have a new baby boy. It seems like everyone I know is expecting, too!

    Addie

    waldeckdrygoods@gmail.com

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  76. Did not alter a snapsuit, but would LOVE to!
    librik@yahoo.com

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  77. Katie3:22 PM

    I haven't ever altered a snapsuit, but just looking at the cover of your book makes me want to alter as many as I can get my hands on!

    katie.catlett@yahoo.com

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  78. I have altered a onesie before but that was for a girl. I just gave birth to a beautiful baby boy and would love to have some ideas on what to make for him!

    Hooray for giveaways!!

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  79. yes, I have! I made my niece some with iron-ons when she was born - so fun to do

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  81. I'm going to be having my 4th in a couple months and will defintaley be changing up the clothes...after 3 the same clothes aren't so cute

    susankrogh@hotmail.com

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  82. I have never altered a onesie but I have plenty that have some type of stain of them. I am expecting #3 this fall and would love some ideas on how to recycle those onesies.

    sereagan03@yahoo.com

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  83. i hand painted (with bubble fabric paint) an EVITA broadway emblem on the torso of a onesie once. but that's about it for me. and i have a 2.5 year old, a 6 month old and hope to have many many more on the way... eventually! :)

    georgiamigs@yahoo.com

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  84. No, I haven't altered anything like that, but have done some other things. Awesome giveaway, thank you so much!!

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  85. I've never done an iron on, but I've added fabric neck ties to onsies, along with dressing one up for a 50's party. I love it! I have 2 boys & would love to win!

    Staci
    craftifyit at gmail dot com

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  86. Those are the cutest onesies. I don't have any babies on the way but these would make the greatest gifts. Pleaes enter me. Thank you.

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  87. Well, I printed up a bunch of images in order to embellish a onesie...but never actually did it! I have to say, looking at the pictures, I'm inspired to go for it!

    While I am not expecting a baby myself, my cousin is pregnant with twin girls and ready to pop them out any second, and a friend is pregnant with twin boys and currently working hard to keep them in. April is likely going to be a busy birthday month in years to come!

    Thanks for the generous offer and I'm looking forward to the book!

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  88. When my kids were young I loved altering their onsies - but now I am going to be a grandmom for the first time and would love to do that for my first grandchild - what a great giveaway~!~

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  89. These would make great gifts for some neices who are expecting their first baby and for my grandson. Love your stuff, Cathie.
    Lisa
    liscal_96@yahoo.com

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  90. I absolutely love makeing items for babies. My daughter and I made some appliques and put them on oneies and then she decorated them with glitter. Cheryl

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  91. I have yet to alter a snappy but I have a 2 week old niece who really needs a princess one! Thanks for the giveaway, I look forward to seeing your book.

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  92. oh altering onesies with paint, embroidery and strained peas dribble... all have their own allure, don't they?! you gotta love a peace sign on a batiked little baby jumper! my own baby is almost 7 now *sigh*

    fun give away my FB friend!
    happy thursday!
    xoxo
    jul

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  93. No Babies yet, but I have altered snap suits with tie dye and applique for my niece and children of friends. I think snapsuits are one of the greatest Baby inventions ever and I am not sure it is possible to have too many. :)

    Amber
    FionaNuala@gmail.com

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  94. Anonymous7:40 AM

    I have made long sleeves into short and cut off the snaps when my kids got too long but my sister is expecting and I really want to do a snapsuit baby shower for her! jen_n_herrera@yahoo.com

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  95. No babies on the way ... yet ;) But my 19-month old son and I would have so much fun with all these great ideas!! Thanks!!
    Rachel.Pozun@gmail.com

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  96. Since you started this contest, several of my friends have announced that they are expecting...I need to get busy for all the new arrivals - - Yikes!

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  97. I have never altered a snap suit and Im not expecting. But I do have several friends who are and I would love to give them a cute custom snapsuit
    www.thismamarocks.blogspot.com
    lvas18@yahoo.com

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  98. I just saw your book on another blog, it looks awesome! I wish I would have had some of the ideas years ago. I have never altered a snapsuit and I don't have any babes on the way, but my youngest can still wear them and I have a few friends that are expecting, this would be a great gift!

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  99. Nicole Lamb7:10 PM

    I just appliqued 3 Peeps on a shirt this afternoon...more to be done tomorrow!
    enw79(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  100. Thanks the for the chance to win! I have altered a onsie to add slevees, and it turned out adorable!

    Blessings,

    Valerie
    www.TheCraftyClassroom.com/blog

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  101. Anonymous10:35 PM

    I have altered a onesie before, but would love more ideas.

    Thanks.

    Heather
    savingmoney2@yahoo.com

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  102. I don't know if it is considered altering - but I paint on the onesies. I love making personalized ones for my grandchildren.

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  103. I have yet to alter a onesie... however, I have a stack that I plan on doing something with... possibly dying... I also have some felt that I wanted to get creative with... my little one is just 3 months old and hope to get more ideas and goodies to play with!!!
    mrscoachhatfield at yahoo dot com

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  104. I have a little one on the way and sooo much want to try and alter something for it. So much fun. Hope I win. amy.kirstensmom@gmail.com

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  105. Anonymous9:25 AM

    I've tye-dye onsies and on others sewed on eyelt lace and little roses

    smjames13@yahoo.com

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  106. I've decorated snapsuits with fabric paint, and I want to do freezer paper stencils, but I haven't gotten around to it.

    I don't have a baby on the way, but my brother and his wife are expecting one.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  107. YES I did an iron on transfer for my grandson when he was born. Hid dad was in Irag so his hospital pics were him in a camo hat and a onsie with daddy in his uniform on the front. And he was laying on a flag blanket. It was aweome kbrees3@yahoo.com

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  108. Anonymous12:52 PM

    I am a new grandmother to a beautiful little girl, and want to be able to create tons of cute outfits for her to grow up in. This sounds interesting to me, even tho I've never altered a onesie before. I'd love to try my hand at it, and to spread the news to others that it is easy to do! (I'm assuming)
    dianneu22@hotmail.com

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  109. For my baby shower in March 2009, my friend used fabric markers to decorate onsies for my little one. It was cool because they were all different sizes so the baby can still wear some of them now.
    Tammy
    smilingkitty7@yahoo.com

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  110. Danie3:14 PM

    Wow! I love your stuff! I have altered a onesie before and I love doing it! I have 2 little kiddos and my youngest is 18 months. He luckily still wears onesies because I love to do fun stuff with them! I've done iron-on transfers and freezer paper stenciling, but I'd like to explore more ideas! Anyway you're great!
    Danie

    daniecomin@gmail.com

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  112. I HAVE altered a snap suit! :) I have actually altered a lot of them to make them into regular t-shirts to make them more cloth diaper friendly. I am so excited for your book!

    www.apumpkintomyself.blogspot.com

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  113. Anonymous6:50 PM

    I altered a few snap suits years ago. My kids are 20 and 26. I have a next door neighbor who has adorable 3 month old twin boys!

    bonnieboo_13@yahoo.com

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  114. I've only altered snap suits with iron-ons, but with my first child being due in July I can't wait to try some new techniques.

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  115. Oh man! I have never altered a snap suit but have wanted to, I'm just to chicken to try!! You make it look so easy! I may have to give something a try. Thanks for coming out with such a neat book!

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  116. I would love to see the ideas in this book! I have a baby with lots of baby cuisins and baby friends that would love a custom snap suit. thank you!
    mariamiller81@aol.com

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  117. What a fun book! I have not yet altered a snapsuit, but I have altered a couple shirts for a 2 year old. Hopefully, I'll have a baby on the way soon (fingers crossed). I have a brand new neice (6 days old) and another niece or nephew due in October. And lots of friends expecting, so lots of chances to give them some custom snapsuits! 2sparker@gmail.com

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  118. The only time I have altered onesies were as fun baby shower gifts, I found I didn't really have the time as a new mom. I can't wait to make these for all of the new babies in my life, though. mamania06@yahoo.com

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  119. I have never altered a baby suit but I would love to try! Your creations are wonderful and inspiring!
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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  120. Tons of babies in the family to make snapsuits for. I've never gotten creative with them before! I hope I win so I can be a craftier lady!
    joellenedmunds at gmail.com

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  121. ive altered clothes ( applique onesies, re-fashion, etc) AND i have a baby boy on the way..18 days til due date..

    Blog:http: //craftymommyandme.blogspot.com/
    email: cassandra.ousley@yahoo.com

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  122. elizabeth7:25 AM

    i have not altered onesies but i have altered t-shirts for my older kids and i have a 4mth old and nearly everyone i know is expecting so i know if i win i will be busy altering onesies for all of the new little ones:)

    egray8@cox.net

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  123. I may have never altered a onesie, but definately plan on this in the future when I have a little one on the way.

    triciaannfrank@gmail.com

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  124. naomy1:18 PM

    TOO cute! I haven't altered a onesie yet, but have 4 friends who are due withing the next 6 months and would love to give them a unique custom made gift.

    somosvernoy@gmail.com

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  125. I have sewn appliques on bodysuits (and I've cut them into t-shirts, too, does that count?) monique@thefrugalfarm.com

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  126. Have not altered a snap suit, but am really inspired to start!
    librik@yahoo.com

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  127. I have a nephew on the way. His mom sold all of her baby stuff years ago and needs to restock. I'm his only crafty Aunt and could sure use this prize pack because I'm pretty sure my nephew is going to be delivered without any clothes!

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  128. I have altered snapsuits before and as a matter of fact I have an entire pack of them waiting to be doctored up! In need of some good ideas first. ;) I am also expecting my second baby, due in July - gender a surprise!
    Thank you! :)
    -Rachel
    jrshinn @ gmail. com

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  129. jessie10:20 PM

    I have altered some onsies, adding appliques and ruffles. It was so cute, all the ideas in your book look fantastic. I still have lots of little ones on the way this summer and still have lots of onsies lying around.

    divadays@hotmail.com

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  130. Anonymous5:27 AM

    Yes, I've altered a snapsuit. I did an iron-on transfer that said, "My dadda plays bass in the band" and the another one that said, "Band Roadie." I made a matching t-shirt for myself, too.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    Beth

    emtwork(at)gmail(dot)com

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  131. Anonymous5:33 AM

    I have altered snapsuits many times. My fav was at a baby shower and we had everyone decorate one for the new mom as a gift. Everyone had a great time doing it and the mom enjoyed getting to keep them as a remembrance item. I also have a new niece on the way in July. My sister and I both love to create and are looking forward to having another little girl to design for.

    Thanks
    Tiffanie
    tiffaniemullis@yahoo.com

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  132. I am crossing my fingers!

    -Kaylene

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  133. Anonymous3:41 PM

    I love the adorable iron ons! I hope I win!

    Thanks
    ilovetoteach@yahoo.com

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  134. One of my best friends got his wife knocked up. As a baby shower activity, a lot of us "designed" snapsuits with stamps and free hand "art". I actually got the privilege of seeing my wee nephew all decked out in the suit I'd painted!

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  135. As a matter of fact, I DO have a baby on the way! A little boy due in August. Can't wait to make something adorable for him.

    pieguru@gmail.com

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  136. I don't have a baby on the way, but I am surrounded by new babies, people who are trying to get pregnant, and chubby-cheeked urchins begging for cool snapsuits.

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  137. We have two new babies and a need for creativity. :-) Love your blog and the great ideas.

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  138. My four month old came into this world as a ten pound chunk. Now he's a 22 1/2 pound chunk. I love making things for him! He grows so fast it's cheaper if I can do it myself!

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  139. This contest is closed! The winner is ilovetoteach (at) yahoo.com.

    Here is the next contest!
    http://cathiefilian.blogspot.com/2010/04/week-7-101-snappy-fashions-giveaway.html

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