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Giveaway: T-shirt Crafting & Book Gift Pack

29 March 2012 1,673 views 235 Comments

by heather

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Happy Thursday! Here's a fun prize pack I have to give away thanks to my friend Cathie Filian and PLAID for donating these fun items. Cathie is truly one of the most creative, generous, and friendly crafters I know, and I am happy to share her fun books and craft supplies with you today. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for instructions on entering the contest. [UPDATE: This contest is now closed - please see below for winner]

What's in the prize pack?

tshirt crafting books

  • One copy of 101 Snappy Fashions
  • One copy of 101 Tees
  • Two blank wihite baby onesies
  • One mini size glue gun
  • One Hot Glue Gun Helpers finger protector
  • Six plastic sheets of stencils
  • Four iron-on designs
  • Three bottles of fabric paint
  • Two small stenciling brushes
  • One pair of craft scissors

 That's one fun prize pack! Here's how to enter:

And the winner is:

winner

Congratulations!

  1. Comment on this post telling me what you would make with these supplies

Quick Rules: Residents of any country where sweepstakes are not prohibited (winner is responsible for any import or customs fees that may be imparted), 18 and older. Ends on Thursday 4/5/2012 at 11:59 PM. Winner will be announced here in this post on or about 4/6/2012.

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235 Comments »

  • Emillie said:

    I would make onesies for my nieces and nephews.
    hisprincess886 at yahoo dot com

  • ildi-The Craftin Mama said:

    I would make my hubby shirts for our business and if there is anything let over, I would make myself something nice!! Thanks for the oppertunity.

    Ildi

  • gemma stevens said:

    i would love to make some onesy and send them to my friend in america thats just had a baby and then it would go to my girl guide group to use to make things for badges and fund raising.x

  • Ashleigh said:

    Awesome! I’d make some gifts for friends who are having babies… and then I’d host a ‘crafternoon’ with my friends and revamp a bunch of our own shirts!

  • Shaina said:

    I would make some fantabulous duds to give away as gifts! :)

  • Molly said:

    I love this- I am a librarian who would add the books to our collection and do a program for kids and adults with these supplies. I think they’d love it. :D

  • Joanna said:

    I would make matching t-shirts for my boys. It’s so cute when they dress alike. :-)

  • Morgan C. said:

    I would make the onesies and turn one into a cute baby jersey, and the other into a Easter onesie, complete with a pastel tutu of course!

  • sw said:

    I would make something cute for my nephew!

  • Nancy D. said:

    I’m a mom. I live in T-shirts and so do my kids. We love crafts. We’d update the whole family’s wardrobe.

  • Lori P said:

    What a fun giveaway!!! Oh I could make some really cute baby items for a baby shower I am co-hosting! Budget is small, so I could use them for baby games, gifts, and I’m sure I can get some fun giveaways out of those items too …

  • Aarika said:

    I will make adorable things for my adorable niece and adorable nephews.

  • christin said:

    I would make onesies for my 13 month old daughter. I have made a couple using the onesies from the Dollar Tree. I wish they had larger sizes b/c it’s nice to not worry if she is going to spill something on it and ruin it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Leighann said:

    I’m expecting a niece or nephew in June, and I have tons of my owns children’s clothes that I would love to pass on to the new little one, after they’ve been repurposed a bit!

  • Kathleen Duncan said:

    I have boxes of T shirts that need something to make them wearable. Also have a brand new great-niece that I make things for. Everything looks like lots of fun!

  • Cassandra Holdeman said:

    I would make some cute onesies for my new niece or nephew that will arrive in September.

  • Stax said:

    Ironic T-Shirt! Obviously!

  • LinhC said:

    I’d use this package to make onesies for my new niece or nephew!

  • ann bennie said:

    Oh my, just think of all the cute onesies/tees for those babers out there……I know my great niece would love a matching tee with a onesie for her new baby sister……oh what ogling fun they would have shopping with their Mom!

  • PatS said:

    well to begin with lots of our friends and family are having babies!! sooo that means only one thing baby clothes!! then when I have enough of that I also make small dog dresses and coats and this all would be perfect! thanks!

  • Kerry Prehn said:

    Your prizes have inspired me to make the onesies for expectant mothers at a preganacy center and the t-shirts I would design for my nieces and nephews in Florida and New York. They would appreciate a special t-shirt to fit their own style. The cupckae desin I would put on a onesie with a special caption, depending on the child and the t-shirt book would be helpful in choosing just the right type for my family.

  • DIANE HENNING said:

    The High School Kids now a days I notice…my nieces love to decorate all their tshirts matching to go to a rock concert…for homecoming day or any event they are holding. I’ve never seen this before. They have fun and that is who I would gift it to.

  • G Middleton said:

    I would use the stencils and fabric paint to decorate the onesie.

  • michelle b said:

    i have 3 sweet little great nieces.. two are 7 years old..and the baby just turned one…so I’d be bust creating things for them with this wonderful collection of supplies and materials.

  • Melissa said:

    Make onsies and tee’s for the nieces and nephews!

  • Tempest said:

    Everyone I know is having a baby and these would be great for showers plus my daughter and I love making shirts for her and her brother. This would be a perfect family craft day project.

  • marybeth i said:

    I would make fun, hip clothes for my tweens

  • jessicac said:

    I suddenly have multiple friends who are expecting.. so I would bust out some cute onesies!

  • Becky said:

    MY husband and I are starting to try for another child so the onsies caught my attention. I could make really cute ones. plus t shirts for the whole family. something my 10 year old step daughter/ craft buddy and I can do together

  • Shawn said:

    I got 101 Tees from the library a few months back! Loved it! Saw some great ideas to make for my kiddos! thanks!

  • brds1990 said:

    I’d make some art for the walls of my baby girls bedroom. Something she can touch and feel textures. She’s almost 1 and wants to touch or taste EVERYTHING.

  • yvonne said:

    Some many crafts…so little time! I can definitely see my daughter’s girl scout troop (3rd and 4th graders) using these things to make projects for themselves as well as making onesies to donate.

  • Brady said:

    Fabulous personalized onesies and some matching burp cloths and maybe a totebag! And a matching big-sis t-shirt, too!

  • Stefanie Gott-Dinsmore said:

    Everybody is having baby’s so I would make some presents for the mom to bes :)