This is it, the final day of the snap blog series! If you missed any of the previous posts for the snap blog series, I have links at the end of this post. I hope you have already downloaded the free Snap To It Key Fob pattern and have your snaps and snap installation tool ready (or maybe they are on their way)! Today I am excited to share with you my amazing testers’ Snap To It Key Fobs - be ready to be inspired! I would like to say a big thank you to my great team of testers, they always do amazing work and they really came through with some great key fobs and pictures. It is fun to see how the different fabric combinations completely change the personality of the Snap To It Key Fob. Are you ready to check them out? Here we go . . .
We will start with Barbara Dorig’s pretty Snap To It Key Fobs. She made two with very different personalities! I love how Barbara added her Snap To It Key Fob to a cute little coin purse! Barbara used KAM snaps on her key fobs. You can see more of Barbara’s Swiss-made creations on Facebook: www.facebook.com/beedeeschoenesausstoff and on Instagram: www.instagram.com/bee_dee_swiss_made.
These lovely Snap To It Key Fobs were made by Marilyn Brandt. She has a flair for making things classy! Barbara likes SnapSource metal snaps and so she used those on her key fobs. You can see more items that Marilyn has made on her blog: www.shadesofbold.blogspot.com.
Shanel Chute of Sanity’s Boutique made her Snap To It Key Fobs with pretty, summery fabrics that give them a vintage feel. Shanel agreed to test this pattern even though she wasn’t at home with her sewing supplies at the time. She usually uses KAM snaps, but had to opt for some knock offs. Shanel likes KAM snaps better. You can see more of Shanel’s beautiful creations here: Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop/sanitysboutique Facebook: www.facebook.com/SanitysBoutique Instagram: www.instagram.com/sanitysboutique
This bright, fun Snap To It Key Fob was made by Laura Hyder of Stitches by Laura. The lime green fabric she used shows off the bright, colorful floral fabric perfectly! Laura used a normal ring metal snap that she had on hand. To see more of Laura’s creations, check out these links: blog: www.stitchesbylaura.blogspot.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/stitchesbylaura Instagram: www.instagram.com/stitchesbylaura
I love the fun, colorful Snap To It Key Fobs that Noor Raats made! The KAM snaps that Noor used coordinate perfectly with her fabric choices. I asked all my testers to let me know what snaps they used and where they got them. Noor got her snaps from a German shop called Snaply. Doesn’t that sound like a shop you would love to spend some time in? I know I would! You can see more of Noor’s beautiful creations here: Instagram: www.instagram.com/noor.raats blog: quiroandme.blogspot.com (Noor’s blog is in Dutch, but there is a “translate” button that pops up so you can read it in your language of choice.)
I love how the Snap To It Key Fob can be attached to a bag handle or strap. That is what Jenniffer Howling did with her pretty Snap To It Key Fob. Jenniffer used a metal SnapSource snap on her key fob. I love the way the pink snap contrasts against the blue fabric!
How adorable are these Snap To It Key Fobs? Jackie Anderson did a fabulous job making this bunch of key fobs. I love how she got the little animals and sun placed perfectly on each one! Jackie used metal SnapSource snaps that coordinate so well with her fabrics. You can see more of Jackie’s awesome work on Instagram: www.instagram.com/rowermom3
These Snap To It Key Fobs were made by Sue Reed of Dreamscape Studios. What a great variety of key fobs and colorful snaps. Sue chose to use KAM snaps for her key fobs. Sue had already given one of her Snap To It Key Fobs away within a day of finishing it. Sue’s beautiful work can also be seen here: Facebook: www.facebook.com/dreamscapestudio Instagram: www.instagram.com/dreamscapestudio
Diane Cullum of Two Chicklets Sew Shop made this patriotic looking Snap To It Key Fob. I love how the red snap adds to the style of Diane’s key fob. Diane used a KAM snap in the making of her Snap To It Key Fob. She was lucky enough to get a big starter set of KAM snaps from her sister for her birthday one year! Check all of Diane’s makes here: Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/twochicklets Instagram: www.instagram.com/twochicklets Blog: sewingwithd.wordpress.com
Kate Maryon made a great variety of Snap To It Key Fobs, including a Christmas key fob, a Harry Potter key fob, and a lady bug key fob! Kate did a great job of pattern placement on her Snap To It Key Fobs. I love her choice of snap colors too. You can see more of Kate’s creations here: Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/KatydidKLM Instagram: www.instagram.com/katydidklm
One of my testers is really more of an editor than a tester I guess. Alison Shaw did a great job editing the text of the Snap To It Key Fob pattern, finding my misspellings, grammar mistakes, and making great suggestions to make the text of the pattern easy to read. Thanks Alison!!!
Thanks for joining us this week! I hope you have learned a lot from the Uniquely Michelle snap blog series! If you missed any of the snap blog series, here are links:
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