Friday, April 09, 2010

Week 7 - 101 Snappy Fashions Giveaway

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NOW SHIPPING!!!!

To celebrate the release (now shipping) of 101 Snappy Fashions, I am giving away a goodie pack each week for the next few weeks. The goodies are themed by chapter and will include a signed 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 $115!!!


I have 4 weeks of Giveaways after this week!
Check back each week for the next giveaway.
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Week 7 - Chapter 7 - Patches
Have a peek at a few scans from the book featuring some of my favorite designs from Chapter 7. This chapter focuses on using patches and features 10 different techniques and 16 different designs.

# 62 Future Sailor

#64 Blue Bird


#65 Major Poop and Little Stinker

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Week 7 Loot!
Tons of goodies!!! Paints, Rit fabric dye, iron-ons, scissors and other supplies to get you started altering baby snapsuits.

A signed copy of 101 Snappy Fashions

Baby Onesie and Fun Patches

3 bottles of Rit Dye & a baby snapsuit

2 pairs of scissors from Simplicity

Baby Snapsuit, Mod Podge, Foam Stamp, Batik-EZ

4 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 16th, 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.

83 comments:

  1. I have made a birthday onsie before. But with my 3rd girl on the way and lots of family and friends expecting new little ones as well..I would love to win this and be able to make new cute and stylish little onsies handee01@hotmail.com

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  2. I have never altered baby clothes before, however my best friend is having her first baby this summer and we are planning to make baby onesies for the little one at her baby shower!

    Cassie
    moorecc311(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. Thanks for doing the giveaway and yes I have alterd baby clothes. It is so much fun

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  4. I have altered onesies for a niece with pink girlie skulls (The dad is a tattoo artist!). I actually found some onesies at the dollar store (can you believe). They came out adorable!

    I have also found baby shirts that I altered for our four pups.

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  5. I love altering little ones clothes!!I have never done patches, but I have done Iron on things!! I love makin things funky for the kids!!
    dd1027@cmcast.net

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  6. Amber Boggs8:24 AM

    I altered onesies for my dolls when I was a little girl. I also enjoy making them pretty for my niece and friends children. I love to tie-dye them. You never know what interesting patterns will arise.

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  7. so count me in - my first grandbaby on the way - would love to make things for her!!

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  8. I only started altering onesies recently, and I had so much fun! I'm excited to do some more.
    ilovepaulduersch [at] gmail [dot] com

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  9. I haven't altered a onsie- YET!! Can't wait...

    Tricia
    triciaannfrank@gmail.com

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  10. Hello Cathie! I have altered many onesies in the past by appliquing fabric to them and I have also tye-died a few too. I love seeing my friends babies wearing my artwork. I would love to win this prize pack too.

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

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  11. I just recently started altering onesies and I love it!

    s_salik@yahoo.com

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  12. Hi! i have altered a few, but need new ideas!!!! especially with all the babies my friends are having soon!
    kris

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  13. no babies on the way but plenty of nieces and nephews! i'd love to start altering snapsuits. thanks for all these fun giveaways!

    stinksopurdy@gmail.com

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  14. Stephanie9:23 AM

    I've only painted a stenciled image on a onesie for a friend. Now that I have one of my own, I'd love to try something a little more special. Thanks for the contest.
    stephaniewildman (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  15. I would love to win this giveaway- no babies on the way for me - but when my neice was in utero we decorated a bunch of onesises for her. I went to a baby shower once where we used fabric paint on onesies for the mom to be - it's a blast.

    Joanna
    tessahjake@yahoo.com

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  16. Anonymous9:53 AM

    I have several onsies waiting to be altered. My baby boy needs some boyish atire, and he has several cousins on the way who will also need some cool onsies! wball.12@gmail.com

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  17. Cathie, I have a new grandson, born one month ago and a new granddaughter born 3 days ago! They are both in the market for some very cool onsies as their mothers are very artistic and I would love to surprise them with something unique! I have done some simple embroidery on onesies but I know this book is going to get me going on a new track!

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  18. Anonymous10:02 AM

    A onesie is probably the only thing I haven't altered! I have a friend with a baby on the way and the book is coming out at a perfect time for me :) scorpn5[at]sbcglobal[dot]net

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  19. I have a stack of onesies that I am planning on altering this weekend for my baby boy! I have babies on the way in my family and would love to make some gifts!

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  20. I have altered before... but this looks AMAZING.. thank you for the opportunity

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  21. Carolyn10:38 AM

    I have played around with altering...ruffles and freezer paper fun. However would love to see all your wonderful ideas! Thanks, carolynyake@msn.com

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  22. These are so adorable!! I think my favorite is "Major POOP" ---too cute!! :)

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  23. 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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  24. Hmm, I think the funnest one I altered was the tie dye pumpkins for Halloween...I just had to give him a little jack o lantern on his tushy =)

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  25. I love to alter onesies. Infact, my daughter is wearing one now. It has ruffles on the bum!
    brenbren13 (at) ymail (dot) com

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  26. ..Hum too weeks ago the rules said that north America addresses was okay... so now I'm puzzled.
    I'm from Canada... so, If I can enter still, my email address would be andreannlarouche(at)gmail(dot)com
    I've just finished painting an AB/CD onesie :)

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  27. @Andreann - North America is cool. Thanks for entering. :) Cathie

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  28. I love these ideas...I have a peanut due in May. And have not altered any onesies yet (however have received about 900 at a recent shower PLUS the less than stellar ones handed down from his big sisters -- it's a must!)
    sassy-fras@mchsi.com

    Melissa

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  29. have a 3 yr old, no more babies yet....hopefully soon!!! Can't wait to try some of these ideas!
    annieleec@yahoo.com

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  30. I am actually altering a oneies this week. For a present for a little boy. Wish your book was here for more designs. Cheryl Clemons

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  31. nice prize! i've never altered a baby snapsuit but i'm getting inspired. love to win the prize and share the winnings with my crafty niece. i think we'd have a creative blast!!

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  32. Ive altered lots of onesies and childrens clothes.

    i have a 3 yr old lil girl AND a lil boy on te way...due april 23

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

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  33. Heather1:38 PM

    I have 3 kids and the 4th due in 4 weeks! I've never altered a onesie but would love to turn some of our baby girl clothes into boy clothes. Thanks for sharing the tidbits with us!
    Heather@thelacroixs.com

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  34. -crosses fingers-

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  35. I have my first grandchild on the way! I've never done a snapsuit - now's the perfect time to start! Thanks for the chance to win such a super prize! asthenight at gmail dot com

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  36. I am making a onesie-dress where you attached the skirt to the onesie for my baby! I would love to win this though, I'd be doing tons more things!

    olympicsleeper@hotmail.com

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  37. I love your ideas and the giveaway package. Very inspiring. I haven't (yet) altered or designed onesies. After winning the package I would certainly hit the ground running.

    davisdezine@yahoo.com

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  38. I have never altered a baby shirt and I would really love to! It looks like so much fun and super cute!!
    geo.gib@cox.net

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  39. Anonymous4:34 PM

    OMG!!!!! I really really really want to win this book. I checked it out in Barnes and Nobles 2 days ago and I love it but the only thing is that I just had my baby girl month and a half ago and I'm short in money and I couldn't buy it so hope to win it.....jennykbe@hotmail.com or jennifer ballesteros in facebook =0)

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  40. I have tye-gyed onsies, it was fun and they turned out cute! thanks for the giveaway!
    marthablake3@gmail.com

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  41. I have done one before and if I win I will be be a onesie altering/making fool!

    I hope I win!

    *emy

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  42. My friends are all having babies these days. I need this book for new onesie jazz up ideas. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway.

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  43. Oh my gosh! I love this! My sis-in-law and 2 cousins are both due pretty soon! I would love to make something sweet for them!
    camrae27@yahoo.com

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  44. I have three babies on the way that need gifts!
    thescofields@att.net

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  45. i have altered a few onsies in my day, paint & applique... would love to win this bundle. have 2 lil babies at home who would def. benefit!

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  46. Anonymous11:37 AM

    I have appliqued on simple designs but have yet to use fabric paint etc, would love to try other techniques.
    sang@gci.net

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  47. i made a few onesies before but i never thought of patches. i liked the blue bird.
    nilly1st@gmail.com

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  48. I have two little ones that I want to refashion for.

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  49. We used iron-on transfers to spruce up some tiny snapsuits for my daughter before she was born. I learned a valuable lesson about not using cheap transfers!

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  50. I like to make matching snapsuits and undershirts for my kids for each holiday.

    maryadams@gmail.com

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  51. I love altering babies clothes. I cut the front part of my friends baby's onsie, and I turned it into a bib by using the front part where the tummy is. Then,I presented back to my friend for her baby to use again!

    pixiedustcentral@gmail.com

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  52. I've just gotten into putting appliques (initials & basic shapes) on onesies! So much fun to do inbetween my 1 yr olds naptimes :)
    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

    nhume(at)aol(dot)com

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  53. I've never decorated a onesie, but I did applique a little giraffe on a baby-sized fleece jacket once. I think it turned out pretty cute!

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  54. I've taken onesie's and added color to them with permanet markers. I never write the name of a child on their tops because that puts them on a first name basis with a stranger if he (or a she) can get close enough to read it. I've put horses and dogs on tops and used tulip paints to do the details.

    Billie C

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  55. I have done freezer paper stenciling to onesie's, but look forward to doing much more once I get a hold of your book.
    kdspringer@gmail.com

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  56. I have never altered a baby snapsuit but wow what cute ideas if I ever get my wish and a new baby I will for sure need to try. cool book!
    coupontyree@gmail.com

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  57. great stuff!! yes, I made some for my sister with iron-ons

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  58. Allison7:04 AM

    I have a 9 month old son & have never altered a snap suit for him, although I am looking forward to doing so! :)

    allison.fanger@yahoo.com

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  59. Anonymous7:17 AM

    We are expecting our niece in July and are so looking forward to all of the little girl stuff comming our way. I have altered snap shirts by painting, stenciling and stamping. Hope to do much more in the comming months to get ready for her arrival.
    Tiffanie
    tiffaniemullis@yahoo.com

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  60. Love the ideas, I can't wait to try out the different ways to jazz up a onsie!! le.tigerlily@gmail.com

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  61. I have never made them before but I am excited to check out the book and get started. With so many of my friends having kids right now these would be perfect gifts for them!
    kate.sullivan322@gmail.com

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  62. Anonymous10:26 AM

    My son was bron on march 19. His name is Owen. Owen is my 1st and i would love to be able to make cute onesie for him.
    jbergeon@hotmail.com

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  63. Yes i have altered baby clothes.These would be good for little doggy clothes also.Would love to win Thanks '-)
    Blue.eyes10@verizon.net

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  64. Hi! I have a grandbaby on the way, and would love to make him/her a nana one of a kind onesie!

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  65. I have tried to alter baby clothes. I want to do more--just got to be brave.
    lindsavyandy at gmail dot com

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  66. I have never altered a snap suit, but I will if I win this contest!

    www.thismamarocks.bloggspot.com
    lvas18@yahoo.com

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  67. Yes, I have altered baby clothes and I love your ideas. I would love to make my expecting friends some cute onzies!!

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  68. I am a grandma that enjoys sewing and making things for my grandbabies. I have added ribbon and rickrack to onsies and also made a "tie" onsie. b_lorenzen@hotmail.com

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  69. I have a nephew on the way. I'm putting together a gift basket of items for him. I'm decorating at least one snap suit for him.

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  70. I tried recently to make a onesie for my niece, but it didn't really work out. I would love to try again though, with all this fun stuff!

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  71. Haven't altered, but I'd love to! Hope to win!

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  72. Anonymous10:15 AM

    My sister has one on the way and I want to be such a great creative aunt....
    jen_n_herrera@yahoo.com

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  74. I probably alter 1 or 2 every month. It is my favorite thing ever to take a boring white snapsuit & turn it into something fabulous
    sophia(dot)crane(at)gmail(dot)com

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  75. I've never altered a baby snapsuit before, in fact the idea never crossed my mind. SUPER cute though! Our first baby is due in October, hope I win!
    heatherhonecker(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  76. Anonymous6:41 PM

    Howdy from Texas! We are planning to get prego this summer and would love to learn to make these onesies....love all your ideas:)

    ruthperez@satx.rr.com

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  77. Anonymous6:22 AM

    would love to try this
    rita.r.richardson at gmail.com

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  78. Babies area all around in our family. Would love to win to get more ideas!

    hmoore04 at hotmail .com

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  79. That "future sailor" onesie is so adorable! I'd love to make one for my sister's baby-on-the-way. He has a nautical themed nursery. :)

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  80. Never altered a onesie, but want to, after seeing your book!!!

    librik@yahoo.com

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  81. Oh please pick me! oh please, oh please, oh please!!!!!
    geo.gib@cox.net

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  82. Nope haven't altered a onesie! But I really really want to so Please pick me!!
    geo.gib@cox.net

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  83. I have painted and designed onesies for my children and baby showers. They turned out ok, but not nearly as cute as these! I would love to get some more ideas and your book looks full of great ones! I also have a niece and nephew on the way and would love to give a more personal gift.

    kbitmyers@gmail.com

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Cathie

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