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Free Easter Colouring Pages

My little Miss just asked me if she could do some easter colouring in, so we popped down to the supermarket as I know they usually have some easter colouring note pads.  Unfortunately they didn’t have any in stock so I’ve come home and found a whole heaps of cute colouring pages on the web. […]

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  • Suzanne Mummytotwins

    Great colouring for kids. :) I will definitely be using this
    to keep kids happy over the Easter Break.ReplyCancel

    • Katrina

      My kids have loved these too Suzanne, so many cute pages!ReplyCancel

  • Renee Simpson

    My girls will defiantly enjoy colouring these in during the Easter holidays, especially since they wake up so early .
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  • […] to keep the kids busy for a while. The Organised Housewife does it again with a round up of free Easter printables from around the interwebs. How can we resist? 2. Proof the Easter Bunny exists.With a bunch of […]ReplyCancel

Valentines Day Handmade Gifts For Men

In two short weeks it’s Valentines Day! After the rush of Christmas and then heading straight into organising back to school, it’s easy to feel a little jaded at the idea of heading to the shops to go hunting yet again… if you are the romantic type and like to buy your partner a little […]

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  • Amy

    what a gorgeous round-up! a big thanks for including my chevron iphone case :) ReplyCancel

  • Bernadette

    Thanks for including my leather cuff in these great gift ideas!ReplyCancel

  • Latte Design - Amalia

    Many thanks for including my print in your fantastic selection!!!ReplyCancel

Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 37

1 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more I want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to each of you that have been following along during this Christmas series, I hope it has helped you to create a stress free Christmas. From my […]

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  • Jasmine

    Thanks so much for the Christmas challenge! Merry Christmas to you and your family!!! :) ReplyCancel

  • Margaret Hillier

    Dear Kat & family, thank you so much so your guidance over the past months, since I joined your website I’ve managed to declutter and clean places that I had no idea as to where to start, Christmas this year is a breeze thanks to you, shopping is all done and today I’ll make the trifle for tomorrow. I’d like to wish you and yours a wonderful day tomorrow and a great 2014. looking forward to following your suggestions in the new year..ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    Thank you for your website and emails. I am very disorganized and you have helped me a lot this year! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family from mine. :) ReplyCancel

  • Grace

    Thank you so much for the time you’ve put into this Christmas series. I’ve been following along since the first day, and this is the first Christmas that I’ve been well organised, haven’t had any last minute shopping to do, and haven’t felt at all stressed! Today I’m making a trifle and enjoying Christmas carols. Looking forward to your Back to School series! A very Merry Christmas to your family. :) ReplyCancel

    • Thank you for the feedback Grace, I am so pleased you had a stress free Christmas. I can’t wait to share the new back to school series with you!ReplyCancel

Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 36

2 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more Use ‘The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner’ to help organise tasks throughout the series.  This 45 page planner will keep all your checklists, planners, budget, travel information and more together in one folder.  It is a […]

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Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 35

5 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more Use ‘The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner’ to help organise tasks throughout the series.  This 45 page planner will keep all your checklists, planners, budget, travel information and more together in one folder.  It is a […]

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Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 34

6 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more Use ‘The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner’ to help organise tasks throughout the series.  This 45 page planner will keep all your checklists, planners, budget, travel information and more together in one folder.  It is a […]

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  • TrinaR

    I am also in the “removing shoes when entering the house” camp – having lived in Asia for many years it was an automatic thing to remove shoes on entering someone’s house. Here, in the winter months, if you have tiles (which can be cold underfoot) it is a nice touch to supply those little slip on towelling scuffs which the hostess can provide near the front door. I also have flip-flops to pop on when venturing outside to water garden etc.ReplyCancel

  • Penny

    we were inspired by you to get an Elf on the SHelf his name is Melvin.http://spectacularkidsminiplayscapes.blogspot.com.au/ReplyCancel

Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 33

7 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more Use ‘The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner’ to help organise tasks throughout the series.  This 45 page planner will keep all your checklists, planners, budget, travel information and more together in one folder.  It is a […]

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  • COCOCOZY

    Love the Christmas ornament organizer. Great tip–thank you for sharing!

    xo

    Coco

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Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 32

8 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more Use ‘The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner’ to help organise tasks throughout the series.  This 45 page planner will keep all your checklists, planners, budget, travel information and more together in one folder.  It is a […]

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Organised Christmas 2013 – Day 31

9 days till Christmas Day Daily Cleaning Tasks to prepare for the silly season Christmas organisation, recipes, crafts & more Use ‘The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner’ to help organise tasks throughout the series.  This 45 page planner will keep all your checklists, planners, budget, travel information and more together in one folder.  It is a […]

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  • Julia K

    LOVING THE CHRISTMAS SERIES !!

    A big Thank You to you Katrina for the Organised Christmas series. I have not followed every day to the letter, but have enjoyed reading the series each day and have definitely implemented some of the suggestions, craft and recipe ideas.
    Our children broke up from school on 6th December. Inspired by the series, I have been more organised than I have been in YEARS for Christmas. I had all the kids’ teacher gifts etc purchased, wrapped and ready to go two weeks before school break up. ALL my Christmas shopping was completed and the gifts wrapped and hidden away prior to break up. I’m not kidding, I CAN’T REMEMBER the last time this was done so early ! It has been such a relief. The series inspired me to plan the Advent Calendar gifts and activities and because all the other Christmas stuff was taken care of, I have had time to really enjoy this time with the kids. They have been so excited to get up each day and find out what we are up to. My husband works away and came home for the Christmas break on Friday. I am going to hospital this morning for a minor operation on my knee. Last night I handed over the bag of advent activity cards and treats to hubby so he can take care of the next week’s shenanigans, but it was so GREAT to have it all organised and ready to go !
    I purchased an “Elf on the Shelf” and the kids have just LOVED his daily antics – I hadn’t even heard of it ’til I read about it on TOH.

    I am ashamed to say that it has been at least 5 YEARS since I sent out Christmas cards. Inspired by the series, I have our Christmas letter printed and ready to go and will spend this morning writing out cards so they are ready for hubby to post tomorrow.
    Thanks again. The series has been inspiring, motivating and IT WORKS :) ReplyCancel

    • Julia, you have bought tears to my eyes, happy tear, this so so beautiful I am so so glad that you have enjoyed the series and it has helped to make a difference to your Christmas, the whole and sole purpose of me writing it was to help others that find this time overwhelming. Thank you for writing and letting me know how you went. I hope that your little op went alright and your family spoil and pamper you over the next week. Look after yourself and enjoy every moment, laughter and delicious goodies Christmas will provide you xxReplyCancel