101 Snappy Fashions – Chapter 8

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Sneak peek at Chapter 8 – Cut Ripped and Torn!

Week 8 – Chapter 8 – Cut,Ripped and Torn

Have a peek at a few scans from the book featuring some of my favorite designs from Chapter 8.

# 74 Tiny Dancer
#77 My Daddy Rocks

#79 Janis
  1. I have altered a few baby snap suits when my baby was younger. I did potato stamps on it and a few other ones. We’re working on baby #2 πŸ™‚

  2. I’ve altered some onesies but only with embroidery. These ideas take it to another level with lots of suits for boys and they are the hardest!

  3. i have altered a few with paint and have plans for more, but would love this book for more inspiration and instruction!!!

    goorsky at g mail dot com

  4. Currently in the process of altering some onesies with stamps for my SIL. Love the “I’m with the band” My boys have that T-shirt!

  5. I was just invited to a shower in June and am making a chipboard name book for the baby and an altered snap suit might be just the thing to along with it. Now there is a great idea, not just to decide on a design!
    Thanks for all you inspiration!

  6. When my last daughter was born I went bananas with onsies for her. I learned how to tye-dye and when that got old I’d cut appliques out of outgrown (or ugly!) dyed outfits and make new ones. I also embroidered quite a few and everyone I know who has a baby ends up with snap suits; they’re just SO much fun to make!

  7. I’ve recently altered a couple of onesies for a friend’s baby shower but I would love how to do some more!

    alysembennett at gmail.com

  8. Absolutely!! πŸ™‚ My husband and I don’t have any babies of our own yet, but we have lots of neices/nephews and friends that have rockin’ babes. Altered baby onesies are a great gift for mommy’s baby showers. I’ve embroidered on them, appliqued, and even used the freezer paper stenciling method for baby onesies. So much fun!!
    icepinkstars at gmail dot com

  9. I have 3 kids. I’ve only done appliques and chop away the bottom portion of onesies to turn them into tops when my babes got too long! BTW, Love this site!

    – Jen from “Growing Up with Charissa”