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{GIVEAWAY} NewWave Kitchen Appliances – Mia Mixer

Mia Mixer Sleek design, quiet operation, large capacity at an unbeatable price.  Everything you need in a stand mixer. Find more details here.  Colour options, Silver, Black and Red. Make light and airy cakes, delicious meringues, heavenly desserts and much more at the touch of a button.  The 67 point planetary mixing ensures everything is […]

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  • Narelle Rock

    I would love to win this mixer, would be just as good as any Kitchenaid…probably even better, so many yummy things I could create in the kitchen for my family xReplyCancel

  • I would LOVE this in my kitchen! Silver Please!ReplyCancel

  • Priscilla W.

    interesting attachment: pasta roller I’d like to try that out…ReplyCancel

  • Teresa O'Hanlon

    cause my 40 year old kenwood is about to die.ReplyCancel

  • Sonia El-Sheikh

    I would love the New wave Pizza Oven because it would save me so much money on take away food and it would be so much fun making my own pizza and getting the kids involved in the kitchen :) ReplyCancel

  • steph

    The mixer! Ive been gluten free now for about 12 months and just find it so expensive to buy GF products and would love to make my own!ReplyCancel

  • I would really like to win this kitchenaid for my daughter as she wants to be a pastry chef and this would help her so much as we don’t have one at all.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah

    Ooh, yes please!ReplyCancel

  • I love the Newwave range. I have the pizza oven, and adore it, so many things you can do with it. The mixer would be a great addition to my kitchen :) I am also loving the look of the Thermo Chef Natura, another handy kitchen appliance :) ReplyCancel

  • I would love mixer. That way I’d be sure to get light and fluffy cakes. All cakes I make at the moment are with a wooden spoon and/or whisk. So I ReplyCancel

  • I would love a Mia Mixer, it will make baking so much easierReplyCancel

  • lifeatno2

    Love, want!!ReplyCancel

  • I would LOVE a Mia Mixer!! I bake ALL the time!! My friends and family call me Martha Stewart!! xx :) ReplyCancel

  • It was hard choosing between the ThermoChef Natura and the Mia Mixer, but the Mia Mixer won. I bake every sinlge day due to food allergies. How much easier would this make my life!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    Would love a mixer! I’ve never had one before but it would make things so much easier and it would be easier to bake with the kids too.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Matthews

    Ooh I definitely would love a Mia mixer!! ReplyCancel

  • Judy

    I would love to own the 5 in 1 multicooker. Im a vegetarian & the multicooker would be perfect for doing all my beans & veggies in. :) Of course winning a mixer would be amazing too. *wink*ReplyCancel

  • Katrina

    We are just about to embark on putting in a new kitchen!! yay!! going from 3 cupboards to 15 cupboards!!! I haven’t been able to own a mixer as there has been no room to store it, I will have this space in 3 weeks. I would love a Mia mixer and so would my family, i will bake again!!ReplyCancel

  • I so need a new mixer been using the same one for 25 years! *sigh*ReplyCancel

  • LilMrsC

    I would love a Mia Mixer not only would it make my life so much easier but it would add some style to my otherwise pretty boring kitchen :-) ReplyCancel

  • Kim Bool

    If I was to win the Mia mixer I would be teaching my darling teenagers how to use it!!ReplyCancel

  • Josie B

    My dream come true! I would ADORE one of these mixers. Its always on my ‘one day’ list! Maybe, one day…ReplyCancel

  • EileenD

    ThermoChef Nutra! Oh my … the things I could create, especially with baby no 1 on the way!ReplyCancel

  • Meredith in Aus

    Wow! That Mia Mixer looks amazing! So much better than my little Ronson handheld mixer!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    Wow! I *need* one of these!ReplyCancel

  • Amber

    I would love one of theses. I’ve been saving for a mixer so I can bake more now we have a daughter with food allergiesReplyCancel

  • I would love to win this! We are in the mode of getting healthy and this would just make it better to be able to make our own treats that we know what we are putting in there! I have been dreaming about this for a while but haven’t been able to make it happen :-) ReplyCancel

  • ooh I would love a new mixer Kat. Actually, I would love my FIRST ever mixer :) ReplyCancel

  • Shannen

    This would be perfect for whipping up my husband’s morning omelette then blueberry oat pancakes for the Little Miss for morning tea! ReplyCancel

  • Victoria

    The mixer looks great! I’ve also had my eye on their MultiCooker for awhile.ReplyCancel

  • Not only would I love a Mia Mixer because the name is also that of my miss 3 year old, I’d love to own one because off all it’s clever features!ReplyCancel

  • With my three kids and my husbands birthdays all in 14 days, I would almost kill for a Mia Mixer right now!!ReplyCancel

  • Micaela Carter

    Cute! The Mia Mixer would make baking a breeze!ReplyCancel

  • Sue Stubbings

    The mixer looks wonderful and would be a great present for my daughter who needs a new mixer.ReplyCancel

  • Lorna M

    I would love one of these, have been wanting a kitchen mixer for ages……really hoping now :) ReplyCancel

  • Charmaine

    I would love a Mia mixer! My old mixer has stopped spinning and the hand mixer gives me wrist pains. I want to bake!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany Murphy

    The Mia Mixer would be much loved and cherished in our home as we love to cook yummy meals and treats all on our own!ReplyCancel

  • Bev C

    I need one of these, not happy with the mixer I currently have.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxoReplyCancel

  • Naomi Haoust

    Would absolutely love a Mia Mixer, I have never owned a mixer before and with two girls heading into full time school, we would have a such fun baking together! And of course the ole manual hand mixer could retire, my wrist would be grateful! :)) ReplyCancel

  • Having three littles under 3.5 yrs, this appliance would make all my home cooking so much easier xx I don’t currently have a mixer :-( ReplyCancel

  • wow – what a great prize and what a fabbo machine – would make my life easy!ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    I’d love to own a ThermoChef Natura. With both kids now at school (my little princess started this morning) I am heading back to uni this year and could use the extra time that a ThermoChef Natura would give me.ReplyCancel

  • I’d LOVE a MiaMixer, my arm gets so sore holding my handmixer when Im making cake batter!! It would save me money on massages for the rsi it gives me!!!! Please help!! ;) ReplyCancel

  • nellbe

    Looks lovely! And would look right at home on my kitchen bench, thanks for the chance!ReplyCancel

  • huan

    Without the Thermochef Natura, because it would make preparing and cooking meals so much easier especially with a busy lifestyleReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Wow such an awesome mixer! I have always wanted a great mix master but because I am a student can’t afford them :( ReplyCancel

  • jess

    Would LOVE one of these!!! As a mum of 4 I’m always baking!!ReplyCancel

  • Jenny W

    I have said I am getting a decent mixer this year. not happy with the crappy one I have. Thankyou!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Maybe my baking will improve!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Oh my….What funky looking appliances!! I’ll take one of everything please :) ReplyCancel

  • Nicole White

    We are hosting a Wedding in April…me and my KITCHEN could really do with some AID!ReplyCancel

  • Samantha King

    Love the red!! My son cannot get enough banana cake at the moment. This would make my life that little bit easier!ReplyCancel

  • Mandy Ashford

    Every woman who doesn’t already own one of these genius inventions…dreams about owning one! It’s like having an extra 10 sets of hands in the kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth

    I’d love the Mia Mixer. The motor died on my last mixer while making nougat so am feeling a bit lost without a decent mixer. This looks wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • suzy

    i would love the red one – absolutely gorgeousReplyCancel

  • Would love the Thermo Chef Natura….if I had this machine then I could declutter lots out of my kitchen…..ReplyCancel

  • I’d love a RED MIA MIXER xxx It would certainly BEAT my WHISK xxxReplyCancel

  • My current mixer is 30yrs old, this awesome machine would certainly give my baking skills a boost!ReplyCancel

  • Misty

    I would LOVE a mix master- i’m heading back to work next week after baby number 2 and have been baking and freezing in preparation for childcare- this would make my life so much easierReplyCancel

  • marie

    I need this mixer because I love baking and haven’t been able to afford one since I moved out of home…7 years agoReplyCancel

  • Traci Sacco

    Awesome giveaway, would love to win this for my mum “fingers crossed”ReplyCancel

  • vkw

    I would love this because my other mixer has died and my sons have discovered they can cook!ReplyCancel

  • I would LOVE LOVE LOVE their ThermoChef! Why? Because it’s awesome!!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    The Mixer for sure!

    I am a cake-a-holic!

    Must always have a freshly baked one!!

    Surprisinly enf I am only a size 10!

    But boy i eat a lota cake!ReplyCancel

  • Awesome giveaway. I would love to win this since with my current mixer I am always afraid it would go off in smoke.ReplyCancel

  • Ooh definitely the pizza cooker. Hubby is in charge of cooking pizzas so this will make him want to do it more often ReplyCancel

  • Shaz

    Just what i have always wanted and needed..
    I would love to own this.. Thank you xxReplyCancel

  • With buckled beaters and only one bowl remaining, it’s time to retire my 30+ year old Sunbeam…ReplyCancel

  • I would love a mixer it would make baking so much easierReplyCancel

  • Elis B.

    I like have one to reduce prep time.ReplyCancel

  • I would like to gift this to my daughter who loves spending time in the kitchen teaching and cooking with her two children and yes one is a boy and he is learning along with his little sister, they are becoming very good little cooks. Although I should make it clear that they will NEVER appear on junior master chef…ReplyCancel

  • Shaz

    This would be a great addition, I still have my beater from when we got married 23 years ago.ReplyCancel

  • Di

    MIA MIXER – REDReplyCancel

  • Diana O

    MIA MIXER – in any colour, especially for the attachment hub, looking forward to the pasta rollers and the meat grinder too.ReplyCancel

  • kylie.thomson

    I would love to win to win a Mia Mixer. I love baking and currently use my Aunt’s Kenwood Mixer that she received for her first Wedding Anniversary, over 40 yrs ago (she passed away 5 yrs ago). It is still going strong, but not as stylish as this one.ReplyCancel

  • Crystal Jones

    I would love to win a mixer, ive been unable to bake as I broke the beaters on my mums mixer that lasted her over 20 years.. oops! hahaReplyCancel

  • I wonder if owning one of these beauties would make me a better baker? I’m going to go with ‘yes’ !ReplyCancel

  • jem

    I would love the mixer to help with all the kids baking I do
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  • I would love the mixer. I have only ever had the hand-held type and have always wanted a “proper” mixer.ReplyCancel

  • Caitlin

    This Mia Mixer would be amazing!!! My hubby is currently teaching me how to
    Bake (he is amazing) and he seems to think a mixer would help me! Lol :) ReplyCancel

  • I’ve just sat down in a huff as my current mixer is making my life much harder than saving time! I would love a new one that actually mixes!ReplyCancel

  • The digital scales! Not just great for the kitchen but great for working out postage too!ReplyCancel

  • carrie

    The Mia Mixer – it looks fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Alison

    I’ve never owned a mixer, and this would be amazing!ReplyCancel

  • OMG The mixer would be fabulous! Make baking a whole lot easier and less time consuming!!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle V

    I would love the pizza oven.

    As a mum to three, I’m always looking for quick and healthy meals. We all love pizza so this would be really welcome and used often in our home. Thank you for the opportunity!ReplyCancel

  • Lil

    I would love the Mia Mixer as my old one is not really doing the trick anymore – this one looks fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Oliver

    Oh my – I am hanging out for a mixer, it would make such a difference to my baking however at this stage of our life building a house has more priority…… Still trying to work out how we can have one built in to put the cost in the mortgage heheReplyCancel

  • AmberB

    The Mia Mixer! I have always wanted a gorgeous food mixer to display (and use) in my kitchen – and this one is amazeballs!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly

    I use my grandma’s old mix master it only just does the job with me holding the bowl so it doesn’t fly across the kitchen. So one of the Mia mixer would make me one happy lady. ReplyCancel

  • Louise

    To be honest, I am torn between the Thermochef and the Mia Mixer but I love this silver Mixer and my current mixer is on its way out due to over-use! Winning this would mean I could continue to create healthy yummy foods in my kitchen! :) ReplyCancel

  • Jess Davis

    I would love a Mia Mixer! My little ones name is Mia too XxReplyCancel

  • Alicia

    oooh a Mia Mixer would look fab in my kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • Jayde wright

    This mixer is just what I’ve been wanting to help me with all my baking!! :) fingers crossed!ReplyCancel

  • The mixer would be amazing! Especially with the attachments that are coming. In red I think, it’s a classy beast!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to win this. My mother in laws 40 year old mixer has just decided to quit on me and now I’ve been using one I just can’t go back :) ReplyCancel

  • i woud love a mixer because i have wanted one for so long and i love baking for my family, a mia mixer would make that so much easier to do :) ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer! I have always wanted a food mixer to display and be able to use without worrying if its going to work or not in my kitchen – and this one is simply amazing and just what I need with a 3yo daughter who loves to help in the kitchen and another little princess on the way and to be able to make fantastic treats for my partner to take to work is just a dreamReplyCancel

  • Meg

    The Mia mixer for all cakes great and small!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer…. I use my mixer to death…. but it just isn’t big enough for what I bake anymore… This one looks like it would power through anything!! I NEED it with my big family and how much I bake!!ReplyCancel

  • Laura

    ah, that silver mixer is gorgeous! Would use it everyday.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the thermochef as well as the mia mixer, i am being greedyReplyCancel

  • Mia Mixer!!!! Miss 4.5 starts school on Wednesday and I NEED to start baking for back to school snacks! I need some help in the kitchen as we are staying with the grannies now that we have moved and I don’t know where any of there things are!!!ReplyCancel

  • I would absolutely love to have this mixer!! It would make life sooooo much easier and this mixer looks fantastic. The extras are cool. I would never have thought of a light into the bowl, but that makes sense and being able to have attachments for pasta or meat grinding makes the mixer so much more versatile. Definitely going on my wish list!!ReplyCancel

  • Mia mixer for sure – to perfect my cheesecakes!ReplyCancel

  • Kellie Gale

    The Mia Mixer!!! I have an old mixer and the beaters are rusty. Even though I cant cook, I really want to look like I know what I am doing :) ReplyCancel

  • Allie.f

    Love the idea of the two different bowls, would help me whizz up one of my cheescakes even easier and leave more dishes for the husband to clean up :-) ReplyCancel

  • The Stone Bake Pizza Oven Please! We don’t have an oven and we loooooooove pizza, this would make having pizza so much cheaper, easier and of course, healthier!ReplyCancel

  • Jody Lewis

    a Mia Mixer would be wonderful as i have never had a mixer even tho i bake all the time for my family :) ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Wodson

    I would love the mia mixer! I have never owned a mixer before, and think that it would make life so much easier and classier in my kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    While the mixer would certainly get a workout at my home, I’d also love the ThermoChef Natur! It would cut my prep time immensely and I could be pumping out the homemade goodies with a minimum of effort!ReplyCancel

  • Margaret Turnbull

    I would love to have the Mia Mixer. Baking is not one of my best talents but I think I would get a whole lot better if I had the beautiful Mia Mixer helping me!ReplyCancel

  • So hard to choose so it’s between a pizza oven we love to make our own and of course the Mia Mixer with all it’s fabulous attachments, it would make the best homemade goodies!ReplyCancel

  • mizy

    mia mixer. im just starting to get back into baking. and my 3 year old loves to cook with mummy ReplyCancel

  • naomi

    i really can’t fit any more appliances in the kitchen… but i would love to show this off and keep it on my bench top!ReplyCancel

  • Would love this in red, to keep on my bench, for all those healthy, no preservative or horrid numbers, lunch box treats that my son can eat not full of things he is allergic to. We cook and bake together, so this would be a great addition to our home.ReplyCancel

  • karina w

    ThermoChef Natura. It’s the all in one machine for the lazy, time poor cook!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy J

    Being totally original… I would love the Mia Mixer. I have always wanted a decent mixer, but have yet been able to afford one as, as with most mothers, I tend to put my wants low on the list of priorities in favour of providing for my son. I can not quite justify the expense as one for him, despite the fact it would primarily be used to make homemade bread and muffins for him to eat at school. :-)
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  • All I have at the moment is a little electric hand beater so I would REALLY LOVE the Newwave Mia Mixer!!! I have so many recipes I want to try out and I don’t think I could go wrong with one of these … plus it’ll look so PRETTY on my bench :D ReplyCancel

  • Carmen7lee

    I have always wanted a mixer like this. BeautifulReplyCancel

  • melinda russell

    I would so love to win the mia mixer. ive been struggling with my little hand beaters for the last 9 years of school baking. Would make this and lots of other cooking jobs so much easier
    (oh it would also look lovely on my bench rather than a hidden away ugly set of beaters)ReplyCancel

  • The 6-in-1 multicooker looks awesome and would be so handy.ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Evans

    My old hand beaters just carked it. so this would be a welcome and well used addition to my kitchen :) ReplyCancel

  • KatieLou82

    Ohhh the pizza cooker! We love our homemade pizzas in this house – they’re quick, there’s always something in the fridge we can throw on them and so much better than the store bought versions!ReplyCancel

  • Susan

    I would desperately love to win the mixer! My 35 year old kenwood chef (that used to belong to my mum) finally gave up just before Christmas. While I’m enjoying the extra space I would love to have one of these beauties!ReplyCancel

  • robes

    I have never had a mixer other than my old hand held one circa 1970′s (mum hand me down). I would love to skip 40 years of technology and go straight to the awesomeness of a mia mixerReplyCancel

  • Ohhhhh the things I could make with a Newwave Kitchen Mia Mixer!!ReplyCancel

  • Trudie

    I would love love love the NewWave Kitchen Mia Mix set. It would make life so much easier as I currently have a whisk, mixing spoon and elbow grease! The blender stick gets a little work out from time to time too. Little Miss 3.5 y.o. has been requesting a lot of cooking in the holidays and I’d love to make, create & bake treats / develop childhood memories from cooking masterpieces (made with love), just as I remember as a child. After all, who doesn’t love licking a spoon (& / or bowl!). xReplyCancel

  • Renee C

    Wow I would really love to own a Mia Mixer!! My other big mixer died last year and while I am saving to get a decent one like this one, my hand held electric mixer just isn’t the same…ReplyCancel

  • Thermochef… but I am not picky. Anything to make life easier…ReplyCancel

  • I would love the mia mixer to replace my old faithful that I got for my 21st!! (I’m nearly 40 so am way overdue for a new one!!)ReplyCancel

  • A thermochef natura. I cook a lot. I cook from scratch. I cook without grains. Which all means I spend an insane amount of time in the kitchen when this beautiful little appliance could be helping me get some time back with hubby & babies!ReplyCancel

  • Manda Hardy

    I was in love the moment I saw it came in red *grins*ReplyCancel

  • Oooo! A Mia Mixer for me please!!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Mowatt-Gee

    This would be awesome..I have never owned anything like this, so it would be a dream come true!! Its looks gorgeous…Ohh the things I could make..ReplyCancel

  • Iva

    I would so love to win one as my 2 year old daughter and I love baking and we enjoy doing all the preparation together. Winning this would complete our baking experiences!ReplyCancel

  • I would love love love a Mia Mixer, I’m so wanting one for making yummy meringues for a start. Any colour is good for me!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle C

    Mia Mixer – I would love it, looks great. But I really would love to give it to my sister because she deserves it!!ReplyCancel

  • kerry santillo

    Mia Mixer, pleaseeeee. So wishing my butterfly cakes will be fluffy!!!ReplyCancel

  • I would absolutely love ANY Newwave Kitchen Appliance because you can never have too much help in the kitchen!!ReplyCancel

  • Thank you for this fabulous opportunity to own one of my very own shiny Newwave appliance – so excited!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty

    I have a daughter who’s just started Prep. So I am loving doing lots of baking so she has lots of yummy healthy food to take. Would love to win this!ReplyCancel

  • Jo

    I might actually learn how to bake….bahaha!!!ReplyCancel

  • This would be amazing to win!!ReplyCancel

  • Deidre

    Would really love to win this.ReplyCancel

  • A mixer would be very handy thanks :) ReplyCancel

  • vicki

    lots of great products but i have always wonted a mixer to bake more as i don’t like hand mixers that muchReplyCancel

  • Mel Newett

    I would love a Mia Mixer I’ve never had a mixer and have always wanted one :) ReplyCancel

  • Louanne

    I would love love one of these to make some delicious sweets, for both my family and the kids I teach at school.ReplyCancel

  • Love to cook and love good looking appliances NewWave is for me please?????????ReplyCancel

  • Penne

    Mia mixer most definitely! :) ReplyCancel

  • Ying Ying TAN

    With kids in the house, you can never go wrong with making pizza. For a healthy option of making our own, I would so love a multifunctional stone bake pizza oven, easy to use and done in minutes!ReplyCancel

  • Leanne

    The Mia Mixer! Make my baking life easier.ReplyCancel

  • Jennette

    I have never had a mixer like this, would love one to share with my son, whwo is a single da & his boys..mu grandsons.ReplyCancel

  • I would be thrilled to win the Mia Mixer. I’ve never had a Mixer before and been a ‘drooler’ for many years wanting to own one! I can already imagine how light and fluffy my cakes would be :) ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Jeffery

    Baked up a storm last weekend ready for the school year. I would love a new mixer to do it more efficiently the one I have now is very basic and doesn’t mix very well!ReplyCancel

  • Jodes

    I would love the ThermoChef Natura or the silver Mia Mixer..either way I’m hoping that my cooking is finally edible! The kids would love you!!!ReplyCancel

  • I have been dreaming of one of these on my kitchen bench, ahhh baking bliss lolReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer would have me in baking heaven…ReplyCancel

  • Tegan Siganto

    this must be for my Mia? she loves food and i’m sure she would be delighted if I used this to make her hearts desire!!! ;) ReplyCancel

  • What Newwave Kitchen Appliance would you love to own and why? That would have to be the Mia Mixer of course!!!!! Because I am meant to have one, the name says it all, and my beautiful little girls name is Mia!!!ReplyCancel

  • IT have never owned anything flash or fancy in my kitchen. My four children love my cooking but imagine the possibilities with a Mia Mixer in my kitchen. I’m keeping my fingers and toes crossed. ReplyCancel

  • Oooh I’d love one of these fab mixers! I want to start making healthier lunchbox treats for my children and this would be perfect to try out all your awesome recipes!!

    Also, when I signed in, my avatar over to the left there is a pic of me in a Santa hat. Weird. Let’s hope when I hit the post button it’s back to me holding a wine glass which is much more normal.ReplyCancel

  • Mandy

    I would live one of these mixers!!!! I love to bake but have never been able to purchase one I these. How awesome it would be to win it!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Ei Sabai Nyo

    Mmmm

    Mia Mixer please

    so I can bake to my heart’s contentReplyCancel

  • Anita

    I’d love a Mia mixer to to whip a storm like Nigella, fill the house with amazing aroma like Donna and make classic treats for my family like Maggie :) ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Mia Mixer as I love REAL food homemade with LOVE and this would save me so much time with two littlies!!!ReplyCancel

  • Shirley

    I would luuurve a Mia Mixer. At the tender age of 39 and a half I’ve discovered the love of baking. This beauty would make sure I would never leave the kitchen. ReplyCancel

  • The Mia mixer would make baking so much faster and easier (I can do it while the kids are asleep) for me…. In red on my kitchen bench… Sigh so pretty! ReplyCancel

  • Jodie

    Oh my gosh, I would LOVE a Mia mixer. My current mixer is not doing it’s job despite being a replacement for my original mixer that died with a few months of purchase. And the colours are so funky, I’d love to add a splash of colour to my otherwise drab white appliance only kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • I would be totally happy with the above mentioned mixer as its the main kitchen appliance I want to replace!ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    I would love to have a NewWave Kitchen Mia Mix. I love involving my 3 year old in cooking, just like my mother and grandmother did when I was young! I can just imagine the delicious healthy treats we could whip up with the Mia Mixer!ReplyCancel

  • Ally Catt

    I would be most grateful for one of these. I do everything with either a handheld blender, stick blender or rotary blender. I would love to be able to walk away for a few seconds and grab ingredients from the pantry, etcReplyCancel

  • I would love a mixer so I can at least look like I know what I am doing in the kitchen, who knows I may even make something that someone in my house would like or even eat. It’s all about the illusion. ReplyCancel

  • Megan

    I’d love to win this mixer as it would look beautiful on my kitchen bench and it would work a treat when I was whipping up homemade treats for the 5 hungry hippo’s that I have to feed.ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    The mixer looks terrific.I’d love that!ReplyCancel

  • Sara Bowly

    I would like a nice shiny red Mia Mixer. I have a hand held mixer at the moment, which is on it’s last legs. I would love something with a bit more power and something prettier! ReplyCancel

  • Sara

    I would love a Mia Mixer! I have only ever owned a hand held mixer and my current one is on it’s last legs :-( The Mia Mixer is soooo pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Would love to win this mixer with my eldest starting school and my middle child starting kinder I need to start making lots of homemade snacks.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Mia Mixer. The motor on my current mixer has started to die, so I need something to replace it. Then I could do alot more baking.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Benhiam

    I have dreamed of a mixer for years and then put off buying one as my husband bought a Playstation and then a Wii and then more stuff. No money left for us both. The handmixer is going well but I still dream. This Mia mixer looks great. What a breeze it would be to whip up biscuits and some gorgeous bread.ReplyCancel

  • Gabrielle

    I would love to win this for my amazing mum. Due to myself not being able to bake :) ReplyCancel

  • I have been dying to get one of theseReplyCancel

  • I would absolutely love the Mia Mixer. I have only ever had the old school handheld electric beater and think it’s time for a brand spanking new appliance to motivate me to make some delicious treats for my family :) ReplyCancel

  • Jo

    This would make a fantastic gift for my sister :) ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Grieve

    Definitely the mia mixer! It looks like it would make a mean cake. :-) ReplyCancel

  • ned

    this would be so awesome to have in my kitchen thats for sure xReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer would be fantastic,
    To make stunning cakes without dramas that are to drastic.
    I’ve never had a proper mixer,
    I’d love to make so many things, like meringues and yummy elixirs.ReplyCancel

  • Oooo how I would love a Mia mixer!! Think of all the butter I could creamReplyCancel

  • Jen

    A Mia Mixer would be FANTASTIC!!! Then, when I make a pav and have to beat the egg whites for 15 minutes, my hand beater wouldn’t have to get so hot it feels like it’s going to explode!!! and I could be doing something else instead of holding it to be the organised housewife I dream of being!!! :-) ReplyCancel

  • Deb

    This would help my daughter in her home bakery dream.ReplyCancel

  • I have wanted one of these for so long!!! I bake all of the time and this would make such a huge difference!!!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer looks awesome!!! It would be very loved in our kitchen .ReplyCancel

  • Andrea

    I would LOVE to have one of these!!!ReplyCancel

  • of course i would love a Mia Mixer but i also love ThermoChef Natura and Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza OvenReplyCancel

  • I would love to own a Mia Mixer as my old antique hand held beaters have finally seized up :) ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne

    The Mia Mixer would be at the top of my list for wants! I do so much cooking and baking that it would be a huge help in my kitchen. ReplyCancel

  • I would love to own a Mia Mixer to replace my 33yo Kenwood.ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    The Mia mixer, who wouldn’t. It’s a funky design & would look awesome in any kitchen. ReplyCancel

  • Love to have the Mia Mixer.ReplyCancel

  • love the mia mixer – love dough hooksReplyCancel

  • Angie

    I have never seen this brand before, it looks much prettier than Kitchenaid :) ReplyCancel

  • Tash

    I would love a thermochef followed by a Mia mixer. I love baking but with three kids and a hungry hubby I have quite a lot of cooking to do too so the thermochef would meet all my needs. I saw one at the shops and loved itReplyCancel

  • The Mia mixer would love to own and use one with a dough hook.ReplyCancel

  • Mandi Armand

    would LOVE this!!ReplyCancel

  • stef

    owning the Mia mixer would really help to make stuff for the fam. 4 kids (littlest one 2) means that life is busy. 2 y.o wants to help but holding my 12 year old hand held mixer and watching her at the same time is sometimes impossible. have wanted to save up for something like this and didnt know which one. plus my electric mixer is about to conk… good timing… hopefully!ReplyCancel

  • Bird

    I would love a the Mia Mixer… Me husband and I have been thinking of getting a mixer for a while now.ReplyCancel

  • The mixer……I cant cook well and everything just goes a bit wrong. This would help so much!!ReplyCancel

  • I’d be besotted with a red Mia Mixer -red goes faster!ReplyCancel

  • Nicolle

    My Kenwood has just given up on me- so lost without it….. This would be the best thing right now!!! ReplyCancel

  • morriiau

    I would love to win this mixer. Recently I estimated my old mixer is about 30 years old. Time for a new one I think.ReplyCancel

  • Jessie p

    How handy this would be with 3 childrenReplyCancel

  • I’d love to have a pizza oven they make-Friday night is homemade pizza here and the kids would love it.ReplyCancel

  • I’d love the sexy red Mio Mixer. It would match my new kettle :D ReplyCancel

  • What a fantastic giveaway! I have been dreaming about one day owning a Kitchen Aid but will now dream about owning the Mia Mixer. I would definitely love the Mia Mixer for my baking addiction. At Christmas time my daughter, 6, told me that Santa would put a Kitchen Aid under the tree but unfortunately that didn’t happen. My fingers are crossed for this competition!ReplyCancel

  • bec

    Would love a Mia Mixer, have been checking them out of late so would be amazing to win one. At the moment I use my grandmas old mixmaster, prob about 50 years old!!!ReplyCancel

  • What a beauty for whipping up home made allergy friendly treats for my family (& friends)! This Mumma would love a Mia Mixer in sleek silver to compliment my decluttered kitchen; but wouldn’t knock back one with a colourful personality if someone gave it to me :) ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    I would love to win the Mia Mixer to give my beautiful Mum. She has been having to borrow one from her friend each time she wants to bake! Things haven’t been going their way for the last 5 years. They are a beautiful foster family that give them world to everybody and get nothing in return. Please help me make her day! Thank-you. xReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    Who indeed would not want to win a new Mia Mixer. Mia Mixer come to mia…pleaseReplyCancel

  • I would live a mia mixer! I love baking so it would come in handy :) ReplyCancel

  • The Thermo Chef would be a life saver in the kitchen with baby number 3 due in 5 weeks :-) ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Mason

    A mixer, especially one that does the job properly.ReplyCancel

  • Tanya

    The Mia Mixer sounds amazing. I can’t wait to see the pasta roller and meat grinder attachments, they will make it even more versatile. You can call me Mamma Mia!ReplyCancel

  • CristinaB

    I’m just OK in the kitchen, anything that would make cooking/baking easier would be heaven sent!ReplyCancel

  • Susan

    I would love to have a Mia Mixer with a pasta roller!ReplyCancel

  • Margaret Lancaster

    I would love to have a MIA MIXER so i could multi task while doing my baking.. i have a hand held mixer now.. can’t even talk on the phone to friends while mixing!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie

    The ThermoChef Natura!! Wonderful time Saving Appliance for any Busy Mum.ReplyCancel

  • The mia mixer sounds like a dream come true – love that they are bringing out more attachments too – makes it so versatile!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jacinta

    Oh the Mia Mixer would be a dream. To have two hands free while the Mixer did it’s magic would be wonderful.ReplyCancel

  • My poor old mixmaster died a while back and I’ve been battling on with the $20 handmixer I bought from Coles 16 years ago. Pick me!! Pick me!! … red please! ;-DReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    I had to throw away my kenwood chef a couple of years ago (it was handed down from my mum who had it for as long as I can remember!). I was so sad to no longer have a mixer that did “everything”!! It looks like the Mia Mixer is exactly what I need to finally replace it. It seems to have “everything” that I would use, and I since I do a lot of meringues it would be wonderful not to have to use my handheld mixer! Can’t wait for the Meat Grinder!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    I’ve never owned an benchtop mixer. It’s one of those things that is always on my ‘to buy’ list but there is ALWAYS something more urgent to buy, usually for someone else in the family! A MIA Mixer would be ideal! especially with baby number 3 due soon…ReplyCancel

  • Amy

    I would love to win! My child starts school this year so would come in handy to bake all those healthy school treats!ReplyCancel

  • Billie MacGinley

    I NEED this – In love!!!!ReplyCancel

    • Billie MacGinley

      Why do I need it? To bake all of your Freezable Lunch Box treats!ReplyCancel

  • Linda

    I only have a $10 hand mixer. The New Wave Mia Mixer would be a dream to own and will bring joy back into my baking. :) ReplyCancel

  • Teresa

    Definitely a mixer.love baking:)ReplyCancel

  • Ooooohhhh! I would adore one of these. Thanks so much for the opportunity!ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    With 5 children I do a lot of baking and only have a small hand mixer, so I would love to get my hands on a proper mixerReplyCancel

  • Nicole Hauritz

    would Love Love Love one of these xx would make things sooooo much quicker and easier xxReplyCancel

  • I need the MiaMixer as my last mixer was so old and used all the time the engine gave out and started smoking now its a hand mixer and not much baking gets done, much to the dissapointment of my family, and being a home mum it’s taking so long to save for a new decent mixer, so please please please help me get baking back into our home, Thank-you. :-) ReplyCancel

  • Jen

    I would love a newwave mia mixer to allow me to bake again! Due to my arthritis I cannot hold onto my old mixer – so this would be perfect!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    It would be a dream come true! I have no mixer now except the el cheapo hand mixer and I miss the joy of fresh baked cakes and perfect pavlova.ReplyCancel

  • Why do I need this?? I wish I could say something profound like “It would revolutionise my life and help me care better for my family”, but really, the real reason that I need this is that it looks so beautiful and would make me smile every time I took it out of the cupboard and what more can I person ask for than another reason to smile?ReplyCancel

  • Megan

    Why the kitchen mixer of course! Being able to whip meringues, quickly make a cake and save my poor overworked hands at the same time sounds like BLISS!ReplyCancel

  • marypreston

    The Milkshake Maker would be a big hit around here.ReplyCancel

  • Sandy

    OH MY! That is one flash machine! Would definitely love that in my kitchen!!!! :D ReplyCancel

    • Sandy

      I would love to own this mixer because I’m sick of mixing everything by hand!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    I would love to win the Mia Mixer…..for my kids! They would love for their mummy to bake some treats for school lunch boxes. The Mia mixer would be the answer to my complaining of too many things to wash up after the baking session.ReplyCancel

  • Tennille Flanagan

    Because this is so nice and shiny and I could give my mum back her 20year old mix master (that still works just fine).ReplyCancel

  • Christina

    I would love to own the Mia mixer as I don’t have a mixer like it.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    What a fabulous giveawy! I’d love a Mia mixer for cooking back to school treats.ReplyCancel

  • kristy Philpott

    This would make cooking soo much easier and less time consuming, would love to have this!ReplyCancel

  • simone lancaster

    please please send this to MIA the mia mixer… i would love this to save me sooo much time on my baking and icing making!ReplyCancel

  • I need this because standing with a hand mixer for ten minutes to make a Pav is crazy!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Claire

    Looks awesome. I would love the stand mixer, I need it because I can’t even imagine how much easier it would be than the little hand held beater I have at the moment. If I won the first thing I would make would be chocolate mousse.ReplyCancel

  • Melody G

    Wow! A Mia Mixer would be downright inspiring!ReplyCancel

  • Thanh

    The multicooker! It eliminates the need for the other appliances and I get more space for cooking!ReplyCancel

  • sarah Perkins

    i would love the Mia Mixer, it would make mia mixer for sure!ReplyCancel

  • Alisha Lancaster

    i would love the Mia Mixer, my daughter and I bake all the time, it would be so useful to help her to bake with me, hand mixers and a 10 year old and clean kitchens don’t mix.. mix.. get it… hahah..ReplyCancel

  • I have a Sunbeam mixer and I HATE it!!! It never mixes well and I am forever scraping the sides of the bowl myself. It would be great to have one that does the job well. Thank you for the opportunity and your recent Back to School tips and baking ideas. Much appreciated.ReplyCancel

  • Belinda F

    I love the Mia mixer, my daughters name is Mia. I also like the thermochef. One appliance to do most of the everyday things.ReplyCancel

  • Katalin Kiss

    I love this :) ReplyCancel

  • lj6

    If I was lucky enough to win the first thing I would attempt to make is meringue!ReplyCancel

  • rebecca

    would love to win this mixerReplyCancel

  • LisaP

    MiaMixer! Have 3 days without two little men under my feet ths year, am so going to get my domestic housewife mojo on and that mixer would be a fantastic tool to get me started!ReplyCancel

  • A ThermoChef Natura – to whip up healthy home cooked meals for the whole family – without any additives or preservatives. :) ReplyCancel

  • TrishaJ

    I would LOVE a MiaMixer, there just isn’t much joy in using a hand held mixer when you want to make healthy treats for a family of 6.ReplyCancel

  • 23thirty

    I would love to have the Mia Mixer in Silver so I can be the next Julia Child!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Coppleman

    A Mia Mixer – I only have a handheld mixer which makes cooking with the kids hard as they always want to hold it and mix goes everywhere!ReplyCancel

  • Rita

    I would love the mia mixer!!ReplyCancel

  • MD

    I foolishly burnt out the motor of my last mixer by failing to put the beaters in properly. I miss my mixer. I would LOVE a Mia Mixer and promise to be much more careful this time!ReplyCancel

  • Meg

    Sleek, sexy and silver. I would love one of these. A stand mixer was the only thing I didn’t get as a wedding gift – 6 years ago and I’ve wanted one ever since!ReplyCancel

  • This would be great, mine died recently and I stole my mums, I could give hers back :) ReplyCancel

  • i would love a NEW WAVE Mia Mixer as a working mother juggling children, work and a husband all the help i can get is a bonus!!ReplyCancel

  • My ultimate Newwave appliance would be the Thermochef as I am taking back control of what my family eats, but I’d love a Mia Mixer as I’ve never owned a stand mixer. I’ve only got the little hand held beaters. I wonder what I’m missing out on??ReplyCancel

  • Charni

    I would LOVE a Mia Mixer, as the 40 year old Kenwood Chef mixer i have been using just died :( I love baking and how am I going to make all the school lunch box treats without it?ReplyCancel

  • This would be awesome to have I have never had one I only use my food processor and I would love to get a proper mixerReplyCancel

  • Teneal-Lee Sims

    I would love a Mia mixer, would make making lunch box treats for my cake loving boy so much easier!ReplyCancel

  • mardi

    I would so love a new mixer, I dropped mine on the floor last week and now it’s holding together with sticky tape…ReplyCancel

  • Rose Brodrick

    I have never had a stand mixer and with a little one with allergies I have to make everything from scratch – would make our lives so much easier!ReplyCancel

  • My kitchen is so boring with mismatched appliances….I would love this one to start off a new collection!ReplyCancel

  • sarahbraaksma

    I would love one for my friend, she is a amazing cook and would love a mixmaster but doesnt have the money.. If I won I would send it straight to her door!ReplyCancel

  • Di

    What a beautiful, sleek and classy looking piece of machinery! I’m bookmarking the recipe book for the wonderful cakes I could make with one of these lil’ beauties!ReplyCancel

  • This will just make whipping up the large family cakes & pizza doughs so much easier than my little one (that is on it’s last legs)!! Fingers & toes are crossed I’m the lucky one :-) ReplyCancel

  • I would be in baking heaven if I won this mixmaster. It may sit on my bench being quietly admired for a few weeks, but after taking it for a test drive, I’m sure it would become my new best friend :-) ReplyCancel

  • Jen

    As a single mum a could never afford this but i know how much it would make my life easier and that of my disabled daughter too :) ReplyCancel

  • Ada

    I would love this, mostly for my partner’s sake. He loves making bread, but lately the rheumatism in his hands has flaired up and he can’t knead the dough because of the pain. This frustrates him a lot and I have been wishing I could buy him a mixmaster.ReplyCancel

  • Apart from the mixer, the 6-in-1 Multicooker would be amazing!!! Time saving and bench saving machine with 3 young kids! :) ReplyCancel

  • would love this for yummy lunch box snacks and making cakes with my lil princessReplyCancel

  • Sami Veloso

    What a lovely mixer. What a timesaver.ReplyCancel

  • if i won this the kids will go crazy as they know i will be cooking something new every day for the school lunch boxesReplyCancel

  • Nicole K

    I love the pizza maker – perfect for those rainy friday nights!!!ReplyCancel

  • Helen S

    What fun I could have with this lovely mixer!ReplyCancel

  • Anne C

    What a great prize! This would make baking so much fun.ReplyCancel

  • love one for paulie as he does all the cookingReplyCancel

  • A mixer, my last wooden spoon broke!ReplyCancel

  • Wow this Mia Mixer would look fabulous in my kitchen not to mention the yummy treats it could make.ReplyCancel

  • A thermochef, because then I can pretend I can cookReplyCancel

  • Would be so much better than a handmixerReplyCancel

  • Lesleigh

    This is a must have in my kitchenReplyCancel

  • My old mixer is just not doing the job anymore, time I retired it to greener pastures (the tip) and found a “New Wave” friend to help me cook up a storm in my kitchen !ReplyCancel

  • Love the 6 in 1 multi cookerReplyCancel

  • I love to bake, and this sexy mixer would mean i could bake even more!ReplyCancel

  • I have always dreamed of having a planetary mixer to mix my cakes properly!ReplyCancel

  • ThermoChef Natura because it sounds amazing and I need all the help I can get. I haven’t tried any of the products yet but hope to have that chance.ReplyCancel

  • 6in1 multicooker….many uses and perfect for this large familyReplyCancel

  • Love to win the Mia Mixer in silver to match my other appliances and a drag having to manage with a stick mixer.ReplyCancel

  • A ThermoChef Natura would be very pleasing!ReplyCancel

  • the Mia Mixer i want to be able whip a sponge cake for when my friends come for a cuppa!ReplyCancel

  • awesome giveway, I’d love to use this!ReplyCancel

  • Mumma Mia it has to be The New Wave Mia Mixer, I’ll be dancing like a Dancing Queen if I won this.ReplyCancel

  • if i get this my wife will never get me out the kitchenReplyCancel

  • A NewWave mixer would beat the old arm strong mixing, my arms are not strong enough to mix up treats by hand any more.ReplyCancel

  • Owning a Mia Mixer would make all my dreams come true! I will be happily whizzing around my kitchen, whipping, blending kneading, mincing and baking delicious nutritious meals and treats for all of my hungry crew until I turn blue!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    6-in-1 Multicooker would surely help my shocking cooking record!!!ReplyCancel

  • Totally love this, the perfect kitchen accessory.ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    I can’t look past the Mia Mixer, would be perfect for whipping up a delicious Valentines dessert!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Gorton

    The 6-in1 multicooker would save me time and space. I could become a kitchen connoisseur with so many to cooking methods to explore!ReplyCancel

  • What a fantastic mixer, great looking, very chicReplyCancel

  • I’d love the Mia Mixer, looks very modern and with more power than a hand held mixer, I’m sure to have light fluffy cakes and smooth creamy cheesecakes.ReplyCancel

  • sharron smith

    Love this mia mixer would dearly love to try the 6 in 1 cookerReplyCancel

  • Kylie B

    Mia mixer is pretty cool. Would save me heaps of time preparing and cooking for my family of 7. ReplyCancel

  • Mia Mixer, I could finally bake my own desserts, instead of store bought ones!ReplyCancel

  • my old one makes awful noises when changing speeds, I love to bake so it’s had a hard life!ReplyCancel

  • JanelleM

    I’ve got by on using my hand held bamix stick but trying to make macaroons this way is setting myself up for failure. Please help. I’m competing against Adriano Zumbo :) ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    A Mia Mixer – my mixer is so old it doesn’t go fast enough to whip cream!ReplyCancel

  • joe

    MIA MIXER would add elegance, quality and style to my kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • Louise

    OOH i would LOVE LOVE this….ReplyCancel

  • great prizes and so handy.ReplyCancel

  • I would love to own a Newwave Mia Mixer, as I don’t own a mixer and would love to whip up loads of treats…..ReplyCancel

  • Margaret Lancaster

    I would love to win the Mia Mixer, it looks so beautiful and shiny too too good for me but I want it anywayReplyCancel

  • Isobel

    I would loveeeeee a Mia Mixer- it’s got such a cute look that would go great with my kitchen…cause this chich isn’t organised enough to get the mixer off the bench…ReplyCancel

  • Siobhan

    Would love to do my best Nigella impersonation whipping up a batch of treats with this brilliant mixer!ReplyCancel

  • I still use a rotary whisk and my arms are getting tired and I get RSI from it. Would love to win one of these.ReplyCancel

  • Stacey

    Which appliance would I like? This mixer? Why? Its shiny. OK, so not a great reason to want a mixer…OK, to mix things? Make dough? Whip cream? Mouse? Or how about…..because its shiny!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • daniela

    i want to start a cupcake buisness and the 1980 mixer i have has way beyond expired and isnt throwing the love into my batchesReplyCancel

  • Kylie Bowers

    Oh wow I would love to own one of these baking for 6 kids would be a whole lot eaiser :) ReplyCancel

  • The mixer so I can bake decent cakes!ReplyCancel

  • Cecilia Bell

    The Mia Mixer, I need a kitchen helper that is easy on the eye, and built to last. ;) ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    The Mia Mixer…..want to bake whoopie!ReplyCancel

    • Cecilia Bell

      This was my comment…not a guest, don’t know why it said guest!ReplyCancel

  • Cecilia Bell

    My daughter is a keen cake maker and she is always asking for a decent mixer!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to win this…..My hubby and I are very passionate about cooking…we always experiment things…..I have been dreaming to have a mixer like this!ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    Love the mixer in red :) Miss 5 has me busy baking constantly :) ReplyCancel

  • Nikoly

    I would love this!! I could finally make a double batch of cupcakes – one batch at a time just doesn’t cut it anymore!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten W

    6 in 1 multi cookerReplyCancel

  • Oh, the decadent treats I could whip up with one of these!!ReplyCancel

  • alesha mcrobertson

    Would love to try the 6 in 1 cookerReplyCancel

  • The Mia mixer as I dont have a good one like this……shes a beauty to be desired!ReplyCancel

  • louis

    GREAT!ReplyCancel

  • Sue Cossor

    The mia mixerReplyCancel

  • Ash M.

    Winning this would restore the creative funk I have developed in the kitchenReplyCancel

  • I would love it to replace my current mix master. Which after two years of use is about to die through a bad case of cheap and nasty.ReplyCancel

  • Lorraine

    New Wave Multi Cooker 6 in 1

    my old pots needs a modern look to trick my boyfriend into cooking is easy!ReplyCancel

  • I love New Wave products. I have the oven and the 5 in 1 slow cooker so would love to add this beautiful Mia MixerReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer! I don’t have a mixer at the moment and I love to bake, this would be such an awesome treat!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer! :) ReplyCancel

  • I’d love a Mia Mixer – it would make blending and kneading so much easier on my wristsReplyCancel

  • Margaret P

    The Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Oven looks great no more wondering what’s for dinner on a Saturday night.ReplyCancel

  • Ally Wilson

    I’d love the Mia mixer. It would look so impressive on my kitchen bench, I’d look like one of those real mums that can cook. Maybe I might get game enough to have a crack at some of Nan’s old recipes!ReplyCancel

  • Sacha Pech

    I’m not a cooks anything… but even I can see the benefit of owning one of these :D ReplyCancel

  • The Mia mixer as l don’t have one and am mixing everything by hand. My arthritis don’t appreciate it much. lOLReplyCancel

  • The mia mixer all the way!ReplyCancel

  • Christine Sutton

    I would love to win one of these!!ReplyCancel

  • Mia Mixer, gets my heart beating :) ReplyCancel

  • Im trying to go ‘off the grid’ with more home cooking and this would be perfect in our DIY farm kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • EliB

    Trying to save more money this year by home making/baking things rather than buying stuff from the supermarket. Not to mention the health benefits…..ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I am new to this sight and LOVING it!!! I would love this appliance… with four children I am always baking for their lunches and this would sure beat my dodgy old mixer!! :-) ReplyCancel

    • Donna

      By the way I LOVE that it comes in RED!!!ReplyCancel

  • Rochelle

    Great prize love it!!!ReplyCancel

  • Charlotte

    I’d love to own this mixer! Baking is my real love and this is the sort of kitchen gadget every baking aficionado dreams of!!!!!
    Thanks for the great giveaway, fingers crossed! :) ReplyCancel

  • I have my sons birthday coming up and he has askedme to make him a cake, going to need a NewWave Kitchenware Mia Mixer to make it perfect.ReplyCancel

  • I’d love to own ALL of them – but the Mia Mixer most of all :) ReplyCancel

  • Chris

    I really need something to help me get organised in the kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer – is sleek,
    And it’s features really neat!
    I could make lots,
    Making dinner parties hot!ReplyCancel

  • Maria Cook

    I currently use my food processor with various attachments for mixing baking etc however i have to stand holding the lid closed otherwise it doesn’t work!
    This would be awesome to make all the yummy things i avoid now!ReplyCancel

  • Anyone would be great to mix and Create!!!ReplyCancel

  • Tamara McCann

    My daughters birthday is coming up and she has requested a castle cake so the Mia mixer will definately help out with that task since I will need to make a minimum 4 cakes to build it!ReplyCancel

  • I would LOVE the Mia Mixer! My baby just started kindy and I would to be able to bake little goodies for school!!!ReplyCancel

  • The great Mia Mixer would mean I could WAVE goodbye to my ancient Sunbeam I got for a wedding present 40 years ago!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie McGill

    I can’t choose between the ThermoChef Nature, 6 in 1 Multi Cooker or the Mia Mixer. To have those three would give me more space in the kitchen and make cooking easier.ReplyCancel

  • As a busy working mum, I can see that the 6-in-1 Multi-cooker would be a lifesaver. Tasty, healthy meals on the table in a fraction of the time it usually takes with conventional appliances (and saves room in my cupboard too, by replacing all the other bits and pieces !)ReplyCancel

  • This would be AMAZING to help me make all the yummy goodies that never seem to last long enough to make it into my girls lunch boxes lol.ReplyCancel

  • Eugenia

    I’d love to own the mixer – it’s so versatile and efficient, but also saves electric AND man power! Definite props +++ReplyCancel

  • Amy Barker

    This would be great, certainly a time saver :) ReplyCancel

  • Megs

    This would be a great help towards a preservative free household and happy kids which means happy parents. ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Spinks

    I’ve been wanting a kitchen appliance like this for a long time. The Mia Mixer in red will look gorgeous on my bench.ReplyCancel

  • I would absolutely love a ThermoChef Natura! I know I would use it all the time, and it would be invaluable in my kitchen, as we strive to eat in an additive-free, whole food way. As we’ve reduced gluten too, I’ve found myself using nuts and seeds a lot, and my current appliances lack ‘the estrogen’ to process them – something that I’m sure the ThermoChef would do with ease! I love that it’s half the price of another popular food processor, and has more stainless steel parts – definitely a bonus for me, as I don’t like having plastic anywhere near foods that are being heated.
    I’d love to win a Mia Mixer, as my old mixmaster has been nearly worked to death.. not sure how much more life it’s got left in it! This would be an amazing addition to my constantly in use kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • Sue P

    Whilst I am having trouble choosing, the mixer and the 6-in-1 cooker is on my priority list as my crockpot is no longer working and my mixer is a hand held mixer. Both items would be a great time saver for me and as my two chldren also like to cook it would be great to involve them. What a beautiful prize.ReplyCancel

  • I need a stand mixer, yes NEED… I am using my hand held beaters for baking, the one I bought 10 years ago for $12, back when that is all my budget could handle! The are still working, just, but are so cheap & nasty!! It really is time for an upgrade :) ReplyCancel

  • Jillian Ives

    I’d love to win the The New Wave Mia Mixer it is the only kitchen appliance missing from my newly renovated kitchen. I remember being a kid & helping mum cook and pushing the button on hers for her. So I would love to have one and carry on the same tradition.ReplyCancel

  • Cangie

    I would love to have the mixer as a busy mum of 3 kids I think it’s about time to say good bye to my 16 year old mixer and speed up and save time so I can make all your wonderful receipes……lol. ReplyCancel

  • I’d love the milkshake maker FABULOUSReplyCancel

  • sistemme

    I would love a mixer – it would make life so easy!ReplyCancel

  • ACasa

    My pick would be…. the ThermoChef Natur. O M Gosh!! Add that one to the wishlist. Make your own butter…. WOW! Preservative Free home here we come!ReplyCancel

  • Ana

    I would love to have the Mia Mixer… I’m always making cakes, baking, well… Cooking. And I have a small mixer, without a bowl, because where I live those kind of mixers are way too expensive, and I really can’t afford one. Please please please? ;) ReplyCancel

  • Brooke

    I would like to have a kitchenaid mixer because i have been asking for years for it for Christmas but because of the cost could not fit in in our christmas budget. This would be so fun to have and to use to try new dishes for the family. Thanks for the chance to enter this contest, fingers crossed.ReplyCancel

  • Amy Ginis

    I would LOVE THIS MIXER! Life would become SO much easier!ReplyCancel

  • Kristina

    I love to bake especially cakes & desserts this would sure beat my handmixer. Thanks for the giveawayReplyCancel

  • MARGARET LANCASTER

    i would love the MIA Mixer, there is no one who would love it more than MIAReplyCancel

  • simone lancaster

    my mum and i cook together all the time, i would love to be able to give this to her to bake with this together, we love your recipes and make nearly everything you suggestReplyCancel

  • Vicki Fraser

    A NewWave Mia Mixer will put air in my pavlova and cakes and leave the air and energy in me so I’m not the one taking the beating!ReplyCancel

  • alisha lancaster

    i wish this was in mia kitchen, what a gorgeous looking mixer, i would love to own this mia mixer, thanks for putting this give away on, fantastic blog, my favourite ever.ReplyCancel

  • I want to be in the mix!ReplyCancel

  • Rach

    Really like your blog … awesome to know there are other big families out there and ways to make it about more than just surviving!! I’d love the mixer … I’m working to try and make more of our foods from scratch but with a very old mixer that seriously lacks power! The multi-cooker looks great too … thanks for all the useful hints and tips!! :o)ReplyCancel

  • Well, obviously I’d like the Mia Mixer, because they look so trendy!ReplyCancel

  • Mick G

    I suppose to say the Mia Mixer would be safe but I would really love to own one of the Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Ovens – what a great way to create brilliant pizzas without needing a huge ovenReplyCancel

  • debnichol

    I would look like I knew what I was doing with the NewWave Mia Mixer.ReplyCancel

  • Move over dessert king Adriano Zumbo
    NewWave Mia Mixer’s made me the kitchen pro
    To master the art of quality cakes
    And become The Organised Housewife as I love to bake.ReplyCancel

  • I’d love a Mia Mixer as I’ve never owned a mixer this fabulous. I’m a little over the hand held mixer when baking.ReplyCancel

  • Alicia

    I’d love the Mia mixer as my current mixer is hopeless! ReplyCancel

  • jay2abbey

    I’d love a ThermoChef Natura to make my life easier, with work and children anything that saves me time would be fantastic.ReplyCancel

  • I have only heard good things about Newwave and their Mia Mixer!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lea

    Arthritis will never again stop me from my love of Baking with Newwave’s Mia MixerReplyCancel

  • A Mia Mixer would be a great upgrade from my wooden spoon!ReplyCancel

  • With a NewWave Mia Mixer, just thinking about all the cakes I’d love to try makes me grin from ear to earReplyCancel

  • Katherine F

    I would love to win the Mia Mixer! I would love to make cakes and biccies with my little boy!ReplyCancel

  • A Mia Mixer!!! We make cakes, muffins and pizza dough and lots of other things that this would come in handy for!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara

    I’d really love the mixer because my hands have become really sore. Man VS Machine: Machine always winsReplyCancel

  • Charisse Childs

    The New Wave Mia Mixer is what I would really love so I can make cakes and prove to my grandmother I can bake as good as she.ReplyCancel

  • Sonia

    The a mixer. We had an old kenwood which has been the reason not to upgrade (30 and still working) but it has finally died and I am now “permitted” to dream of other mixersReplyCancel

  • Mcslushy

    What a funky little mixer, thanks for h blog
    ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    I’d love this Mia Mixer. My kitchen is calling out for a Mia Mixer.
    Come out, come out wherever you areReplyCancel

  • Margaret Lancaster

    I would love to have a mia mixer and would look at it lovingly look at it all day long. I promise I will treat it properly.ReplyCancel

  • Danieka

    Love it! ReplyCancel

  • *Mia Mixer*
    Would be handy to do what all good mums should do and that is to teach my beautiful children to cookReplyCancel

  • Deffinately the NewWave Mia Mixer, OH loves making everything from scratch with love! The NewWave Mia Mixer would make him the King of the kitchen & a whole lot more baking going on.ReplyCancel

  • Sam

    going to cook some good cakes when i win this!ReplyCancel

  • Val C.

    A Mia Mixer would definitely bring the joy back into my gluten-free cooking!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah H

    A Mia Mixer of course! My arms are tired from hand mixing/beating! ReplyCancel

  • oh – cool – need one!ReplyCancel

  • looks gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Pennie A.

    A silver “NewWave” “Mia Mixer” would “make” my “baking” dreams come true; “whipping” up “winning” treats, “mixed” with happy smiles too!ReplyCancel

  • I’d love a Just PIzza oven, looks so easy to make healthy pizzas.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    This mixer and the Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Oven, then we could easily make our own pizzas, dough and all!ReplyCancel

  • New good equipment when your cooking makes you a REAL kitchen wizzReplyCancel

  • Is it wrong for kitchen appliances to give me goosebumps and giggles? I would love the NewWave Mia Mixer in black…..*giggleReplyCancel

  • dangermouse

    My husband refuses to part with his vintage, solid steel mixer that I can’t even lift out of the cupboard! Maybe the NewWave Mia Mixer will accidentally push his off the bench :D ReplyCancel

  • brooke

    would love to win this to see what creations i could whip up :) ReplyCancel

  • I’d love a New Wave Mia Mixer because my arms are sore from doing my mixing with a wooden spoon!ReplyCancel

  • amanda

    how fantastic, id be a wiz in the kitchen with thisReplyCancel

  • simone lancaster

    I love to bake every day and would just love this to be a mia mixer in mia kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • alisha Lancaster

    i would love to cook with this Mia Mixer please send it to me..ReplyCancel

  • Jess

    Omg this would be so amazing, I love cooking and baking but I’ve only got a hand mixer.ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    I’d love to win this for my wife, she deserves a new one :) ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    I WouldReplyCancel

  • Jesse

    I would love to win this for my wife, she deserves a new one, her previous one has died. And she loves baking.ReplyCancel

  • Kimmi

    The Mia Mixer would be awesome…..I’d love to get a bit of mixing going on in my kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty

    The Mia Mixer to help me create all the cupcakes, birthday cakes, cheesecakes, muffins and tarts I love baking, my old mixer is on its poor little last legs.ReplyCancel

  • Amazing Mia Mixer would transform me into a Masterchef :) ReplyCancel

  • Lee

    The Mia Mixer of course!!! I want to be able to make beautiful cakes and bickies for the kids lunches!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer must stand for ‘Mum In Action’ because this beautiful mixer would have me baking up a storm in the kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • So need one of these. I’m getting RSI from using a spoon.ReplyCancel

  • Deb

    I just love making cakes and I don’t have a mixer that worksReplyCancel

  • Merryl Walker

    I haven’t got a mixer at all so this New Wave mixer would be very welcome in my kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • With a mixer like this I might finally be able to produce decent cakes!ReplyCancel

  • Where have you been all my life??ReplyCancel

  • James

    If I knew you were coming I’d bake a cake!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to own the MiaMixer so that hubby can be made redundant as my mixer in the kitchen and stop him altering the recipes as to how he thinks they should be. I might then be able to produce a decent cake that doesn’t see the inside of a bin.ReplyCancel

  • I am currently using a hand mixer so would love this one.ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Stoute

    I’d love to win this Mia Mixer! Instead of bringing supermarket bought biscuits and slices, I can wow the mums at after school play with delicious home-made goodies!!ReplyCancel

  • mkelly3238

    I would love the New Wave Mia Mixer, it looks like it would help even the worst baker like myself to make a great cake.ReplyCancel

  • Courtney

    I need a silver one desperately!ReplyCancel

  • Would LOVE to win this so I can make gorgeous cakes and slices for my very appreciate work mates and neighboursReplyCancel

  • Dianne Childs

    I’d love the 6 in 1 MultiCooker, because it has so many functions, I’d never need another kitchen appliance again!ReplyCancel

  • the Newwave Mia Mixer for sure, it would save my alot of time in the kitchen and also save my poor wrists from trying to whisk everything or mix it with a spoon !ReplyCancel

  • Ah! We were talking about these on the weekend and I NEED one to make my own pasta! With the new attachments of course! :) ReplyCancel

  • Fantastic prize! 1000 watts, planetary action and 2 bowls! :-) ReplyCancel

  • thank you for a great opportunity.ReplyCancel

  • Top of the wishlist … my pavlova wouldn’t dare fail with one of these!!ReplyCancel

  • I think the 6-in-1 Multicooker is the antz pantz. One appliance that becomes any one of 6 is magicReplyCancel

  • Art

    I thought the Mia Mixer in silver was nice, but then I saw the black one!ReplyCancel

  • christine

    Such a wiz bang, must have in any mum’s kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • Would love a mixer. Perfect for baking with the kidsReplyCancel

  • Kerri

    6-in-1 Multicooker would be amazing to own and would save so much timeReplyCancel

  • I would love the mia mixer in red because I am sick of whisking by handReplyCancel

  • I would love this!! A red one would be just perfect :) ReplyCancel

  • Id of course love to win the Mia Mixer. Infact I dont know anyone that wouldnt. Thank the lord of all that is mixers that planetary exists and at 1000 watts and stylish design its a must have in the kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • I love baking but only have a hand mixer…this would allow me to be a bit more adventurous :) ReplyCancel

  • id love to win a mia mixer it would make life easier baking with my 4yoReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Doing a big bake session for the freezer atm this would make it so much easier.ReplyCancel

  • Melagaggie

    I love baking but only have a hand mixer…this would allow me to be a bit more adventurous :) ReplyCancel

  • Kaye Parker

    would love to win this in red…my kitchen has had red accessories since I was 20 and had my own kitchen so this would just be the highlight of my kitchen…ReplyCancel

  • I would love to own the mixer. I’ve never been lucky enough to have one :( ReplyCancel

  • Sam

    Love it. Why do I need it? Really I probably don’t, but I LOVE it and would love to own it. :) ReplyCancel

  • I love all New wave appliances but I’d one day love tow own a ThermoChef Natura. Guess I’d better start saving.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I would love a new mixer as my current one is on its last legs. Fingers crossedReplyCancel

  • Christine

    I’d love to use this in my kitchen :) ReplyCancel

  • CassD

    How awesome are these mixers! Can you believe I’m using a little electric hand beater (Tiffany brand) I bought in K-mart when I was 17! It was the first thing I bought for my “glory box” (does anyone do that anymore???) and it’s still (kinda) going 20yrs on. It is blowing smoke out the back, so don’t figure it’s got much life left..lol!
    Thanks for the great comp xReplyCancel

  • Bec Killen

    I would love to win one of these :) My old one has just stopped working a week ago. Such a great giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • tammy

    id love to win so i can get into the kitchen & start cooking again– havent been able to since my girls were little babies :) ReplyCancel

  • Anna

    I’d absolutely love one, we have to cook gluten free in this house so it would be a huge help when baking!! :):)ReplyCancel

  • Trisha

    This would make my baking days so much easier and I have a lot of birthday cakes to prepare that are coming up in the next few months for friends and family.ReplyCancel

  • I want to be a good housewife and cook more.. The Mia Mixmaster would help me so muchReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    Facts > I am simply not in Love with a kitchen appliance nor could I ever be. I likewise would never share a violin playing pity party story or bust out a sugary poem to win favour. Simply stirring up the mix and following the recipe ;) ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    Our hand mixer blew up yesterday and scared my daughter who was helping me use it for the very first time (I usually beat by hand with her helping- takes forever!). We’d love a new Mia Mixer that won’t frighten the bejezzus out of us when we cook!ReplyCancel

  • A Mia Mixer would make my baking life so much easier especically with the quiet operation I’d be able to get my baking done whilst the baby is asleep. It would also allow me to replace a few items in my cupboards with all the different attachments. It would also look very stylish on my bench!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sooooooo want one of these!ReplyCancel

  • Jess

    I love to bake so the mixer would be soooo handy!!ReplyCancel

  • This would be awesome to win!nfingersvcrossed!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to win a Mia Mixer as I love to bake with my daughters as its something fun I remember from my childhood & want to create the same experience for my daughtersReplyCancel

  • Amanda A.

    I like the multifunctional stone bake pizza oven because we have a pizza stone and love it. I think this would be another cool alternative to the pizza stone.ReplyCancel

  • a great brand – quality appliances without the silly price tags! Their 5 in 1 cooker has been a huge time saver for our family.ReplyCancel

  • Having the New Wave Mia Mixer in my kitchen would be a dream come true! I make all my food from scratch and this would make my life so much easier, especially for lunchbox snacks and birthday parties!ReplyCancel

  • Carly

    I would love to win the New Wave Mia Mixer as its the best mixer I have come across. Would motivate me to bake moreReplyCancel

  • Helen

    I got a hand beater for my 17th birthday…. I am now 40 and it has only just died!! It served me well with the many cakes and puddings it has provided….. now its time for a new mixer. :-) ReplyCancel

  • I would love win this mixer as I do not have one. I currently mix everything with a wooden spoon which hurts a lot as I have rheumatoid arthritis in my hand, wrists, elbows and shoulders.ReplyCancel

  • marie

    The Mia Mixer of course! I have an old and clunky mixer that is so noisy and a pain to use, that I dont even bother getting it out and instead always revert back to the old hand mixer. I love baking for my 3 young kids and this would be perfect. Would never keep this hidden in the cupboard, too pretty! ThanksReplyCancel

  • Jodie

    I would love to win of these, it would make it much easier to make sponges and meringues and heaps of other home baked goodies, much better than my 10yr old hand mixer. Good Luck Everyone :-) ReplyCancel

  • Annie

    This would be so great to win! The one I use is over 45years old.ReplyCancel

  • Emily Lawes

    Mia Mixer because it will beat up my dough without beating
    up my arms, it will mix up my cakes without miniaturising my time, it will whip
    up my cream without whipping it all over me and it will put air in my meringue
    while putting air in my sails to cruise through my day because I’d be organised
    and super women for all the homemade goodies made!ReplyCancel

  • Joanna Harrison

    Mia Mixer because I KNEAD a rest :) ReplyCancel

  • To cook with my son to help him with his depressionReplyCancel

  • Tina

    I would love to win this for my mum as she loves baking cakes for her grandkidsReplyCancel

  • Helen

    I have never owned one of these and would love to. I do like to bake and cook but find my small kitchen too pokey for too many appliances. I’ve recently culled all of the appliance I don’t use and found that it pointed out what I really need… one of these is on the very top of my list!ReplyCancel

  • kimrio

    Dying to get this..cant find it here in d philippines.. Gotta 5 month baby girl on d way so need to hit the oven more since im gonna be a new mommy again (my first born is now turnin 3 at d end of d year) ..and he loves sweets and pastries much that needs me to practice bakin from scratch.. This mixer makes it possible so gonna wish myself luck luck luck ;-) ReplyCancel

  • charlie101

    oooooh would luv a mia mixer…..luv bakingReplyCancel

  • The ThermoChef would be a dream come true, I dream of the endless creations and food experiments I could do … !ReplyCancel

  • Keith Harkin

    the Mia Mixer because it looks retro as well as practical and time-saving!ReplyCancel

  • Ooooh, pick me, pick me !
    Love cooking, love baking – and I know I’ll love using the Mia Mixer !!ReplyCancel

  • I would love one of these. Would make my baking so much easier!! Thanks for the chance to win one ;) ReplyCancel

  • my wife would love me forever if i gave her thisReplyCancel

  • Tenielle Ogden

    mia mixer…this home is literally a bake-house!ReplyCancel

  • omg i have wanted one of these for so longReplyCancel

  • Helen

    Make mine a mia mixer please, please, it is so cool and sooo useful!ReplyCancel

  • Tania

    As well as the Mia Mixer (can’t choose between silver and red!), I would love a ThermoChef Natura – as a full time working mum, anything that saves me time in the kitchen is a must have!ReplyCancel

  • Chix Fix

    Would love to have one in my kitchenReplyCancel

  • I’d love the mixer to make a pavlova. My old mixer died so i haven’t been able to make one in ages!ReplyCancel

  • The MIA mixer in Red – will fit perfectly in my kitchen and I’ll be able to whip up some awesome cakes – yummo.ReplyCancel

  • 6-in-1 Multicooker one pot for many dishesReplyCancel

  • Would be great to win this.ReplyCancel

  • A NewWave Mia Mixer would be great to make the best tasting cakes!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Morrison

    I would love to have the ThermoChef Natura in my kitchen because it looks awesome and sounds like it can perform magic :) ReplyCancel

  • Judi Adams

    I would love a Mixer to make my kitchen accessories complete, without a New Wave Mia Mixer I simply cannot compete, With the masterchef wannabes who have me beatReplyCancel

  • The mia mixer is awesome i love baking goodies for my 8 kiddies this would be wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Steadman

    I’d love to win the Mia mixer so I can learn how to bake!ReplyCancel

  • Mia Mixer … yes please! That would look amazabubble in the kitchen :) ReplyCancel

  • MIA MIXER of course!!!ReplyCancel

  • Would love one of these, would make baking so much easier!!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer would be brilliant, it would make my life easier.ReplyCancel

{BACK TO SCHOOL} Getting ready, organising labels + giveaway

This post is sponsored by Nuffnang Now that the rush of Christmas is over its time to start preparing for the kids return back to school.  Even though they don’t start for another few weeks, you will need all this time to cover books, name bookpack items, label everything, prepare the uniforms and so much […]

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  • Madeleine Driver

    I will have to label my daughters ear phones :-) ReplyCancel

  • Daniela

    My sons cars…. All 126 of them. He was taking them to preschool and there were so many I couldn’t tell which ones were actually his anymore!! (But of corse he knew if one went missing!)ReplyCancel

  • Rhiannon Guess

    Fruit, my child’s kept going missing, once I wrote his name on it everyday magically it stayed in his bag until it was time for fruitoReplyCancel

  • Bec

    I’ve labelled my son…on his arm with a marker when we’ve been out at a fair for the day!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Harding

    Years ago, my sons nappies. The day care he was at would continually use up ours on other children so I named each and every one as I sent the bag in and magically I wasn’t needing to buy more every week!ReplyCancel

  • I think Labels are essential, I have even used markets to write my phone number on my daughters hand on busy field trips.ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Cocks

    My eldest is starting pre-prep this year so we need to start labelling everything. From my teaching experience I have found the things that are hardest to identify for little kids are undies, socks and hair ties/scrunchies etc…always the things that are left with no owners…so they are definitely some of the most important/strangest things to label!ReplyCancel

  • Leanne

    Glasses… One for every child in the house-to prevent the school holiday 36 glass sink pileup!ReplyCancel

  • Mickey Jenkins

    I was a nanny for a little girl i had to label her underpants so when she went swim lessons they didn’t get lost or mixed up.lolReplyCancel

  • laura swinfield

    lids on everything .. not just containers its the lids too or both wont come home .. so annoyingReplyCancel

  • Sonya Holden

    My step-sons beybladesReplyCancel

  • Kirsten

    Probably her tooth fairy box – she had a very wobbly tooth and wanted to put it straight in the bid if it fell out at school! ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    Hats and shoes! Daughter can never manage to keep hers on- let alone remember where she put them!ReplyCancel

  • Well where do you start – everything that goes into the school bag needs a label – I’ve found even their food needs a label these days!!!ReplyCancel

  • the home phone and a clock up up on a wall? dont ask me why….ReplyCancel

  • I like to label my electrical cords.ReplyCancel

  • cass

    my own kids… three running different directions and two not talking… labelling with my number gave a peace of mind for that just incaseReplyCancel

  • Keys – how funny – that we need to label the keys because we have so many of them !!! Also everything that has to go to school, and I a mean EVERYTHING !!!ReplyCancel

  • Narelle Rock

    hair ties because my girls argue over which ones are whos, ridiculous!ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Lee

    I had to label a bag of ice that was for show & share. Even though I assured the teacher I didn’t want or need it back, they wouldn’t allow me to leave it without a label!ReplyCancel

  • Definitely underwear for school – in my opinion there shouldn’t be a reason my child should have their underwear OFF in order for it to be misplaced??ReplyCancel

  • My sons library bag, homemade reversible bag with a gorgeous dinosaur print on it.ReplyCancel

  • Hairclips, they never seem to come home…..ReplyCancel

  • Trina

    Socks, at the centre there are always missing socks
    ReplyCancel

  • Megan McCormick

    Flannelette nappies! My son used these as “ruggies” when he was little, labelling reduced confusion at childcare.ReplyCancel

  • Shannan

    My daughter got me to label everyone’s plate and cup at her birthday party with a Dymo.. Wasn’t enough to just have placecards! She’s an anal little thing already! :P ReplyCancel

  • Susan

    I had to label my son’s teddy bear for daycare. I ended up making a really long label with a label maker and wrapping it around it’s neck like a collar. Worked a treat!ReplyCancel

  • Justine

    Last year for prep swimming I labelled my daughters ear rings ! I thought maybe she might take them out and loose them :-) ReplyCancel

  • Leona

    The plastic beach toys!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    MY CHILDREN!!!…..When we go to a large public event I write my mobile number on their arms so they can be returned if lost :-) ReplyCancel

  • Natalie sartori

    Every year I label my kids when we head of to the Perth royal show.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Chapman

    Trying to label reading glasses on the cheap.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    My first child is off to school soon so i will be taking all the above comments on board. I will definitely be labelling her hair clips as they can only wear school coloured hair accessories and her hair clips are always disappearing!ReplyCancel

  • I once labelled my socks in highschool. Not because I lost them but because my five-years-younger brother, he of the enormous feet, kept stealing them then wandering outside on red clay in them.

    (labelling didn’t work, sadly)ReplyCancel

  • piece of ribbion my child took everywhere.ReplyCancel

  • Sally

    Undies and socks when my daughter has swimming at school – every sock looks the same!!ReplyCancel

  • socks….my hubbie always steals mine (don’t worry they are black!). I sew a little star on them in coloured cottonReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    I have been known to label my daughter for kinder/school excursions.ReplyCancel

  • Happy Housewife

    My child’s teddy bear. :-) ReplyCancel

  • Jacinta

    I label my children when we go to places that have huge crowds. I write my phone number either on their arm, or if i’ve been organised I write it on a bandaid then put it on their armReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    Strangest thing would have to be a bottle of nailpolish when we brought in our own each to a party.ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Flavel

    EVERYTHING when my son went to Sydney on his own last year for the Australian Gymnastics championships. He was only 9 and in the first day, he lost his phone, room key, event pass AND silver medal!!!ReplyCancel

  • Amy P

    Ok so not really strange, but difficult to label – I had to label a fluffy pillow for rest time for my Son in kindy. I used an iron on label on a ribbon then looped the ribbon, opened a small part of the cushion up, stuffed the end of the ribbon in and sewed it shut!ReplyCancel

  • Underwear is the thing I found strangest to label, but definitely a necessity when they’re toilet training!ReplyCancel

  • Marg P

    Underwear, not so they don’t get lost but so my teenage daughters don’t freak out if I give them the wrong ones….ReplyCancel

  • Rach

    I labelled my children with wristbands last year when we took them to the Brisbane Ekka.
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  • Sheridon

    My husband! When he went out with his mates I used to write on his arm: If found please call wife ###### (ph number).ReplyCancel

  • Lea

    I labelled a bikini when I was younger as my sister kept saying she ‘didn’t realise it was mine’ lol.ReplyCancel

  • My two girls play representative sport so for every trip everything has to be labelled – socks, undies, strapping tape, toiletries!!ReplyCancel

  • Tammy

    I once tied a luggage tag with my contact details to my daughter’s ponytail. She was about 18months, we were in an airport and I was 7 months pregnant… It is one of my favourite photos of her still!

    I also labelled mum’s tupperware tumblers in permanent marker with party guests names… the names are still visible a million washes and about 20 years later. OOPS! I guess they don’t make permanent markers like that anymore – I have to constantly relabel things I label in “permanent” marker.ReplyCancel

    • Meg

      Metho works really well to get even ancient texta off tupperware :) ReplyCancel

  • Mandy

    Probably homemade meat pies. My kids love it when I cut their initials out of pastry and put it on their pie so no one else gets it.ReplyCancel

  • My Daughters!! We went to the Zoo and Miss 5 started to take off with a friend and I was held back with Miss 3 and a friend and stroller, so I wrote my mobile number in pen up her forearm! Fortunately, she stayed close by!ReplyCancel

  • Everything! I have two kids (a boy and a girl) who are very close in age. They fight over everything so I have to put their names on all of their stuff!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kara

    Knickers! As I was getting my eldest ready for kindy last year, I remember ironing on the labels thinking why??? But yes it seems everything going to school needs a label even knickers :) ReplyCancel

  • My daughter wanted to label her guinea pig when we took it to school for a class visit! I had to convince her to compromise by labelling the pet carrier. I don’t think Woffles would have been happy with a sticker on her hairy little body :) ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    I need to label my son’s swim gear, including swim fins and a kick board… I wonder if there is one small enough for googles?!ReplyCancel

  • Jazzy

    I am definitely a label girl …. I am a casual primary school teacher and I am always lending kids pencils, pens, glue, rubbers etc from my bag just so there are no excuses as why they cannot finish their work…. They always come back now since labelled “MRS SUMMERS” lolReplyCancel

  • SuzieLove

    My son wanted me to label his actual tissues! Made me laugh though.ReplyCancel

  • chloe

    Strangest thing would be my husbands lunch. Someone in his office use to like my cooking so much, that they are it every day for a week lol.

    Thanks for such a great site. Love you to bites xxReplyCancel

  • Cath Roberts

    Embarassingly…our CD/DVD collection…it is housed in purpose built pop-out storage and arranged alphabetically by artist/movie title. Sadly my very organised husbands idea – even though I am the one to do the labelling!!!ReplyCancel

  • Megsy

    Flannelette Nappies! My second child (C-Man) was a huge fan of “ruggies” when he was a toddler and we found that he was happy with one of the many flanny nappies we had – he did demand they all have his name on them so at Child Care they all knew they were his. Very cute indeed :-) ReplyCancel

  • Anne

    As funny as it seems, my identical twins girls often need to be labelled in some way. We usually do this with hair styles, ribbon or earrings. This year they are turning 8 and will be with a different teacher for the first time.ReplyCancel

  • Danielle mckenzie

    I’ve had to label each item in my childs lunch box. And his jocks i thought that was odd how is he going to loose themReplyCancel

  • Lisa P.

    Probably my son’s underwear for is extra clothes kept at school.ReplyCancel

  • Julie C

    A bone sample that my husband wanted to keep. From 2002. It’s in Keen’s mustard jar with water and labelled.ReplyCancel

  • Nadine M

    Kids Mac Donald’s toys. They were fighting over who’s was what….. Can’t argue with a name in black Nikko :))ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    I labeled the entire plastic drawer of my babies diaper station with weird phrases and poems.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda A

    I’m embarrassed to say I once labelled a labelmaker with “Labelmaker”. In my defence I had just bought it and was desperate to try it out but couldn’t think of anything else to label. I’ve left it on there all these years later for a giggle :) ReplyCancel

    • TheMindfulMum

      OMG that is hysterical, I bet you win :) ReplyCancel

      • TheMindfulMum

        Oh it’s random – well, you should win ;) ReplyCancel

  • I tend to label everything esp my Tupperware I just hate thiings going missingReplyCancel

  • jem

    I have to label my boy’s tennis ballsReplyCancel

  • Sharna

    Little notebooks! So my DD6 and DD2 have less arguments over which one belongs to who!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey

    I actually labelled my little girl’s teddy today so her sister wouldn’t play with it.ReplyCancel

  • My son’s blanky (which was a face washer) which he took everywhere!ReplyCancel

  • Haha, some funny responses! Strangest thing I’ve labelled is banana’s. When my boys wanted to make sure that they each got their own. Just used a sharpie on the peel. Definately saved any arguments!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie H

    lol when we has baby number 4 i put each outfit into a big zip lock back and labled the size and sex hahah and i even had 4 for the first outfit! 2 for boy and 2 for a girl and 000 and 0000 as we had no idea how big she was (everyone said she was going to be huge)

    i wanted to make sure if hubby had to dress her/him at the time he would know what was what, and then all 000 and 0000 were seperate and it made it easier…

    have been know to write my mobile # on the boys arms in permament marker when we go to big events heheheReplyCancel

  • Kim M

    Labelling tupperware makes me feel like my mother – especially as it is for my husband! Strange because I never thought I would do it!ReplyCancel

  • After a long day of getting the boys things ready for the start of the school year I accidently labelled the back outside of my sons school shirt, at first he was so surprised that everyone knew his name on the first day of high school but not so impressed when he realised why. To this day he still has a go at me about it!ReplyCancel

  • I label anything & everything possible, my 4yr old & husband lose most things… like father, like son ;) ReplyCancel

  • kate

    All of my children have the nude food movers lunchbox sets so i labelled the lids of their snack containers as well as the container as they seem to be really popular since the school has gone ‘wrapper free’.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty

    My kids asked me to label our cats feeding bowls with their names so the cats will know “who’s is who” :) ReplyCancel

  • Joni

    Anything that belongs to my husband so that it can make its way home!ReplyCancel

  • lainskii

    hmmm, pantry items? Don’t really label much so haven’t done anything strange yet, I’m sure I will as the kids grow up.ReplyCancel

  • Alyra Shaw

    LOL – what fantastic responses. Clearly I need to do a lot more labeling besides the pantry containers and kids drink bottles!ReplyCancel

  • My own lunchbox for the staffroom. But lids .. Always seem to be labelling lids, why do they never return!ReplyCancel

  • Laura

    My daughters dummies, bottles and for school I label everything in more than one spot incase they fall off. ReplyCancel

  • Julie Myhill

    I put a label on the Dymo label maker at my work! :) It leaves my office and rarely returns without a hunt!ReplyCancel

  • casey

    I labelled the jar on my window sill with pens, pencils, scissors etc in it; ‘pens, pencils, scissors etc’ReplyCancel

  • Bev

    Socks my step son use to take mine and the would never come back so i started labeling them and then for some strange reason i ended have way to many socks lolReplyCancel

  • vetstar

    I havent had to label yet but I have 2 little girls within 11 months of each other and a little boy on the way within 18 months of the youngest so I do think that labelling is going to become a very big part of my life in the future just to keep the peace if anything :) ReplyCancel

  • At a recent show we made my son a wrist band out of paper and sticky tape with our number on it. Apart from that, I generally label his clothes.ReplyCancel

  • My kids both got a buzz lightyear for christmas and I had to label one of them to stop the kids fighting over which buzz lightyear belonged to who!ReplyCancel

  • Kim m

    My lunch, people at work take it otherwise…ReplyCancel

  • 1nitahaircut

    I label everything- that way there is little to no arguments in my house of 6! The strangest thing I have had to label were elastic hair ties and shoelaces! Into the nitty gritty! I have labelled apples and bananas too!ReplyCancel

  • Ying Ying TAN

    Having only one child, never thought labelling my daughter’s room is necessary. Apparently it is because she always end up in my room on my bed!ReplyCancel

  • I don’t know what the strangest thing I’ve to label is….The kids toys and games all have a letter on them, every time they get anything that is the same it gets their initial so NO arguments…..other than that I only label stuff for school, and cutlery, plates and cups for camp outs…ReplyCancel

  • My husband thinks I am a nut, I label everything even my labels are labelled.ReplyCancel

  • Nappy Rash Cream for when DD6 was at daycare as a baby….. :) ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Wodson

    The strangest thing> My daughters performance lipstick for dancing – she is allergic to a lot of things so it was better than having to label a new Epipen!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie B

    My kids get labelled every year when we go to the show in case they get lost. They have wrist bands with my mobile phone number on ReplyCancel

  • SueA

    I label my stapler, hole punch and scissors at work – if I didn’t they would grow legs!!! :) ReplyCancel

  • melissa maree

    my daughters knife, fork and spoon on her first girl guide camp.ReplyCancel

  • My pack of labels!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel K

    Pencils because they are easily replaced and are cheap to purchase – so why do I label them every year? I guess it’s just habit but it really is stupid when you think about it!ReplyCancel

  • Shannon R

    {hangs head in shame} but some days I probably need to label my kids withy their names! As a working parent seeing customers all day and calling them by name, I can often get home and mix up the kids names. Seriously not sure how I can, we only have 2 kids (1 boy 1 girl)……ReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    I would like a large label I could affix to my husband’s forehead especially when we go to the Hardware Store and he wanders off mumbling ‘I’ll meet you back here’ and his voice trails off :-) ReplyCancel

  • The remaining three quarters of a Kit Kat in my top drawer at work :-P ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    I labelled a knife handle with “Don’t Touch” I was really sick of people moving my knife at work.ReplyCancel

  • Katie

    Kids underwearReplyCancel

  • I am constantly reminded of my need to label at my old work. You would open the freezer to find clip lock bags with two slices of bread labelled bread! ReplyCancel

  • The only weird thing I’ve labelled is underwear :-) ReplyCancel

  • Linda Maynard

    The weirdest thing I’ve ever labelled??? Definitely my daughters undies for school. I was using iron on labels and my husband walked in and said “Have you gone insane? Why are you ironing her undies?” I explained that it was a directive from the school. He looked quite puzzled and said “How is she going to lose her undies at school? What are they doing… nudie runs?” I had to remind him that they actually have to take them off when they change for swimming. :) ReplyCancel

  • Niamh

    At work Myself and a colleague label our milk in the communal fridge with “Goats Milk containing quick acting laxative. Use at your own risk” Needless to say our milk doesn’t disappear as fast as others!!!ReplyCancel

    • Lisa

      Thank you for giving me a giggle – I’m going to try this one @ my work!!ReplyCancel

  • WMO2

    The strangest thing I have had to label is my little boy’s nappies when he was going to day care. Even though his things were suppose to be kept in his bag, when he first started going he would always come home with someone elses nappy (I know this because of the brand we buy and the brand he use to come home in)ReplyCancel

  • Chris

    A bag of wool in clear packaging that said “wool” . ReplyCancel

  • AlisonF

    Shoes, at child care there was 3 children with the same shoes as my daughter and as they would take them off at rest time, staff would often get them confused.ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Hay

    When my kids go to school I label everything- down to their sharpeners, scissors and textas. I have ever been known to label their drink bottle lids! When I can’t get a label onto it I burn their names on with a soldering iron lol. It takes a long time when you have 5 or more kids at school!ReplyCancel

  • I often feel the need to label my children! I have 4 girls all close in age and I have a bad memory!lol. I often call them by someone else’s name.ReplyCancel

  • I too on a couple of occasions labeled my dd. When she was very young, and if we were going out in large crowds, I would write my mobile phone number and name on both of her arms with permanent marker. We never needed it, but I thought it was a great idea if she got lost.ReplyCancel

  • Donnelle

    The strangest thing i’ve had to label was my childs banana when he was
    attending preschool as EVERYTHING in lunchboxes had to be labeled. This
    included juice boxes, sandwich bags etc. Needless to say I didn’t use a
    stick on label, just a texta, but still, it seemed pretty stupid.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    I’m probably strange – I label everything. Helps me keep things tidy and helps “missing” things find their way home from school. :) ReplyCancel

  • When I worked in Child Care in the Toddler’s room I would label every child’s nappy with their name on it before they went home. If they were back the next day I would know who didn’t get a bath or changed.ReplyCancel

  • The kids fruit for crunch and sip as they always seemed to have their bananas and mandarins go missing….ReplyCancel

  • Mel S

    My sons football that he takes to school and i make sure i label it more than once in case the first label falls off lolReplyCancel

  • Single pieces of fruit, apple, banana, orange.ReplyCancel

  • Cassandra

    my son is about to start pre school and i have labled his underwearReplyCancel

  • Casey

    A tennis ball and a dinosaur… DS loves taking toys to share with friends at school. Branding everything with his name is the only way to ensure there arent any schoolyard disputes over who’s dinosaur is who’s.ReplyCancel

  • My kids shoes and USB sticks for school. Very hard to find a label small enough for the stick !!ReplyCancel

  • megan

    i have never bought labels before but after my son lost his $40 school Jacket and $25 school hat last year (named with permanant marker and only worn 3 times) i swore i will label everything!!! at least then it has a slight chance of returning to us. the weirdest thing that i have had to “label in permanant marker” were my boys toy cars (from the movie)…mind you they both had exactly the same ones due to my thinking it wouldn’t cause fights (but apparently these things can be distinguished from each others belongings..never the less they all have little symbols on them) and clear plastic boxes with what was inside them…facepalm moment!ReplyCancel

  • Alex S

    As a kid I used to label the little packets of chips that come in the huge variety bags. I did this as my older brother would always come and steal the best flavours. So one day I decided to evenly divide the packets and label. I think this is where my obsession for labelling items came from! ReplyCancel

  • Hubby, as he was going out drinking heavily with the boys, in a strange town, I wanted them to get back to the hotel where we were staying. Mostly a selfish reason as I didn’t want to be driving around in the early hours of the morning looking for the drunks when they had no idea where they were. It worked, they made it back to the hotel thanks to the name of the hotel on hubby’s arm.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    I want to label my combs and brushes! They seem to disappear into my daughters bathroom and bedroom and it’s irritating!ReplyCancel

  • Andreajvb

    As a child i remember i labled allof my clothes drawers!ReplyCancel

  • Tamar

    I had to label my expressed milk so no one used it in their coffee at work LOLReplyCancel

  • Emma B

    I have labelled my USB stick…ReplyCancel

  • AMG

    I have no idea how you are meant to label socks????ReplyCancel

  • Gabby H

    I have labelled my light switches, I have a set of four with half inside lights & half out, weird but so useful :) ReplyCancel

  • Megs

    My kids don’t seem to know who they are, they answer for each other or don’t answer at all … think I’ll label them so they know who they are!!ReplyCancel

  • Domestic Diva

    I labeled my kid’s underwear before a sleepover.ReplyCancel

  • We labeled the dog, just until we bought the new collar.ReplyCancel

  • Hailey

    I have labelled my daughters headbands, yes it may sound really silly but i wont allow her to wear hair accessories to school that aren’t school colours. They go walk about throughout the year and are not cheap, and the cost adds up. If i could name the hair ties i would lol it drives me batty!ReplyCancel

  • I have had to label my daughters banana (on the banana peel) at kindy, so the other kids don’t eat hers.ReplyCancel

  • I really don’t label much. I have a label maker that I use for scrapping. I have used it for labeling the years on my scrapbooks. But labels would be great for teaching supplies. I am a special education teacher that works in the general education classroom with the gen-ed teachers. Every year they buy supplies and write their names on them, this would be great to gift to a few of them. :) ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Furmedge

    I have labelled my children. If lost please call…. One day i went out with my twin boys then aged 4 and their cousin 3 with the cousin and one of my boys being “runners”. I stuck on the labels and had forgotten about them. The look of horror on my sisters face when i dropped her home and she saw i had labelled her daughter is priceless!ReplyCancel

  • Gillian Larcombe

    My sewing scissors are labelled to differentiate them from household scissors…actually, they are labelled with a threat to anyone who touches them!ReplyCancel

  • I label most things that need sorting – baskets in the bathroom, cleaning products, etc.ReplyCancel

  • Gillian

    The front of my son’s dummy – I was worried about him being given someone else’s at daycare – he did look funny with his name glaring out from the front of his mouth!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda A

    Probably the kids dummiesReplyCancel

  • a salad dressing container for work…and it still got pinched out of the fridge :) ReplyCancel

  • Another strange thing i have labelled is my son’s clothing drawers…my partner complains he can never find anything.. now its in black an whiteReplyCancel

  • My girl’s dolls all need to have their owners names written on their bodies, because they have to have the same, but god forbid if ‘she’s got mine!’ReplyCancel

  • The comb and spray bottle I packed for backstage at my daughter’s first dance concert! Also the makeup including lipstick and mascara!ReplyCancel

  • Renee

    I actually labelled my new label maker as I was way too excited about getting it! ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    At my girls’ childcare they leave their shoes on all day except for rest time, so I didn’t label their shoes – until one of them came home with shoes identical to the ones she’d gone in – except two sizes bigger!!ReplyCancel

  • Mel Raff

    The inside dash of my car!! It was a new label machine and I wrote “I love my wife” and stuck it to the dash (to the bewilderment of my husband!!!) and then when we had our first child i added “and child” then when we had the next child I added “ren!” so in the end it read, “i love my wife and children”ReplyCancel

  • I’ve labelled my daughters headbands for school with a permanent marker (on the side that touches their heads). I used to label my pens at work with the old “sticky tape and a strip of paper” method. And I had to label lunchboxes almost everyday last year with the permanent marker as it kept wearing off in the dishwasher… so much for permanent!ReplyCancel

  • Hiyah Kat – where did you get the water bottles? They look like the bottoms screw off to hold a snack. I’ve been looking for something similar for ages!ReplyCancel

    • Teresa M

      Lesley Anne they are tupperware drink bottles.great to hold key in bottom if going to gymReplyCancel

  • I don’t like labeling, but know its necessary. Food, is the wierdest thing I label!ReplyCancel

  • well in my house no one has respect enough to ask they just take and dont worry the fights over drinks and food and snacks is ridiculous i even have to label my bourbon cans or they disappear very quickly my wierdest thing would be labeling all the keys in the house so we know wich are whosReplyCancel

  • Liz B

    I labelled ‘the good scissors’ as my fabulously sharp (and expensive) dressmaking scissors were constantly being used for paper and other no-nos. Then of course I had to label all the other scissors in the house as ‘the evil scissors’.ReplyCancel

  • Teresa M

    I labelled the dustpan ‘inside’ to stop hubby using them for muck in the garageReplyCancel

  • I labelled my kids undies last year… when he went swimming I was paranoid that he would end up with some other kids undies.
    I also put labels on my linen cupboard shelves… sheets, pillowcases, towels, hand towels, facewashers. After cleaning it all up one day…. I wanted to ensure it stayed that way. (it kind of did)ReplyCancel

  • so far the weirdest thing I’ve labelled are my boys undies, as he is off to Kindy this year!ReplyCancel

  • sharon graham

    I labeled the vacuum head ‘ carpet only’ as the wheels were scratching the wooden floors – oh and when my daughter went for day surgery I had to label her teddy bear!ReplyCancel

  • Having two daughters at daycare at some point, I have had to label everything – bags, shoes, drink bottles, clothing (including underwear)… I think the hardest was DD2′s dummy.ReplyCancel

  • Aileen

    There is a fair bit of labelling of cables and plugs round this house so someone (me) doesn’t pull out the wrong plug and create an IT nightmare or mess up the DVD recorder when I’m being domestic and vacuuming etc.ReplyCancel

  • The lettuce container. Really, what else would be in it! ReplyCancel

  • I’ve labelled my hubands shelves with ‘Work Clothes’ and ‘Fishing Clothes’ and ‘Going out clothes’. Seriously beyond house training when I got him…ReplyCancel

  • Stacey Shailer

    My toothbrush – my hubby is a shocker for just grabbing mine and using it, even though his is blue and mine is pink…think he might be colourblind!ReplyCancel

  • Krisso

    Both of my daughters got a rainbow unicorn Pillow Pet for Christmas. To avoid the inevitable fights over ownership each unicorn came with a little engraved dog tag saying “I belong to ______” tied on a ribbon around their neck. Too cute! (and the child’s name in permanent marker on the tag on the unicorn’s butt in case the other one was removed!!!) :) ReplyCancel

  • I always find labelling the kids undies for kindly pretty funny! ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    I labelled one of hubby’s wardrobe shelves as ‘good for a re-wear’ as I was sick of him leaving jumpers and things laying around our room because they were items you don’t wash after every wear.ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    I feel the need to label my lunch in my work fridge – always goes missing- especially my yoghurt!ReplyCancel

  • Donna W

    My prescription glasses case, with my name and mobile number. It’s not strange as such, but I never would have thought of it myself if my inlaws didn’t suggest it.ReplyCancel

  • Nat Freeman

    Cat food…..one of our cats was very fussy and would only eat a certain type!ReplyCancel

  • Kath C

    I have labelled the different attachments for our dyson vacuum so that hubby uses the right one on our wooden floors. ReplyCancel

  • My Groceries at one place I worked if you ducked out and grabbed a few groceries and popped them in the fridge you had to label them or they would be thrown out – we had a co worker who was anal over the fridge! Our lunch bags had to be dated so that she knew it was that days luch and not a few days old. We were all terrified of her not to do this :) ReplyCancel

  • Irena

    Socks!ReplyCancel

  • Meg

    At my girls school a lot of the kids have the same school logoed school bag. As a result the kids use a lot of keyrings etc to tell them apart. Each of my girls keyrings has their initals on the feet as some kids have had theirs go missing. I can’t fit even their full name on the foot so its normally just 1 letter LOL. Its worked though, none have gone missing in 2 years!ReplyCancel

  • I label all the kids possessions that are similar with their initials. Toys, dolls, headbands, handbags, purses, music boxes, snow globes, books, etc. It’s the only way to avoid the squabbles over what belongs to who.ReplyCancel

  • Sonia

    I find socks a pain to label.ReplyCancel

  • Jolynda

    I labeled my labeler! :) ReplyCancel

  • Jen

    underwear! We had to label my daughters spare underwear when she as at kindy!ReplyCancel

  • SueSueper

    Labeled a chair so it would not disappear!ReplyCancel

  • I label EVERYTHING from drink bottles, to knickers & socks & most recently my girls’ body boards coz they were the same colour. I even have my own labels to put on my tupperware when we go to a party in case I leave it behind!ReplyCancel

  • Annie Radcliffe

    I drew labels for my girls (4 & 6 years) drawers with pictures of types of clothes so they can put their own washing away :) ReplyCancel

  • Joy

    My Nannys slippers, at the rest homeReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    Chocolates because everyone always seems to eat my secret stashReplyCancel

  • CrystalB

    My own children and niece when they were going out to a concert with NanaReplyCancel

  • Deb K

    My hubby!ReplyCancel

  • Linda S

    My dogs ‘stools’. He’d had some issues and the vet wanted to check which days he was doing what!ReplyCancel

  • Sabby

    I used to have to label my lunch so that people in the office wouldnt steal itReplyCancel

  • After living in sharehouses for years, I was always tempted to label every single piece of food in the kitchen……never quite went that far, but it was tempting!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten W

    My husband!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Hortin

    My daughter’s dummy for daycare.ReplyCancel

  • Julie McCosker

    As a new school mum this yr I have found myself going a little extreme with the labeling – I am hand writing my daughters name on EVERYTHING in case the iron on label comes off!ReplyCancel

  • macemesmum

    I label my chocolate and I m not embarrassed to admit it!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie B

    My husband labelled my kids with messages for me for Mother’s Day. That was cute ????ReplyCancel

  • Jodie Harlow

    My daughter’s underwear. They’re now the same size so labelling makes it easier at sort time, although the pen marks have to be redone every few washes. Permanent markers are not match for my washing machine it seems!ReplyCancel

  • Alexandra

    I once labelled my clothes to try to stop my sister from borrowing my clothes. It didn’t really work though, so I just made sure I borrowed hers!ReplyCancel

  • My sister and I both had pet turtles, but would argue who owned which turtle. We decided to label their shells by putting a black spot and a red spot on them. This worked fine for a couple of months until the marker wore off!ReplyCancel

  • The shelves in the pantry so that everyone puts the kitchen gadgets back in the place they belong!!ReplyCancel

  • My sanitary items when living in shared dorms at university!ReplyCancel

  • Falon Downing

    I labeled my pets tags with a label maker to avoid getting them engraved!ReplyCancel

  • socks, with 3 of my boys and my husband wearing the same size socks and all similar colours, I have had to resort to sewing different coloured thread at the top of each sock.ReplyCancel

  • Simone

    My grandmother’s shampoo, conditioner, and toilet rolls whilst she was in a nursing home. The trials of being a patient in the dementure ward!ReplyCancel

  • Kristi Renout

    Nothing strange that I can think of. Just my waterbottle I guess, so it wouldn’t get confused with anyone else’s.ReplyCancel

  • Kristina

    My mum labelled my underwear when I went away to camp lol she seem to think someone would think mine were theirsReplyCancel

  • labelling food with my name so the kids wouldn’t eat it on meReplyCancel

  • I labeled my lunch so workmates wouldnt steal!!ReplyCancel

  • when i was staying at a backpackers, the fridge is communal, and everyone stole food, so i would write in black permanate marker my name on the meat i would buy, didnt always stop people, but a few cuts of meat were saved!ReplyCancel

  • Laura C

    Colourblind hubby has a habit of wearing unmatching socks. I felt like labelling them with their colours so he can match them up!ReplyCancel

  • my grandad labels everything for the visitors who stay in his unit, including arrows pointing where to turn things on!ReplyCancel

  • I labelled my daughter’s banana! I couldn’t find her lunchbox but I needed to label her lunch so I wrote her name on it. I still feel embarrassed about it!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Morrison

    My shopping reciepts…ReplyCancel

  • Jodie F

    my bananas, was sick of people eating them at workReplyCancel

  • Luvlee6

    The daily newspaper, so no one else would steal it to read at lunch time!ReplyCancel

  • Jeannette Lockett

    I label the grandchildrens drink bottles, so there’s no arguing about which ones theirs.ReplyCancel

  • Tess

    My white serving bowls and platters. We have a huge family and lots of gatherings and I find my dishes are ‘lost’ forever. I started putting some of my daughters school labels on the bottom and haven’t ‘lost’ one since.ReplyCancel

  • Josie

    The school chickens are looked after at our chicken coop during the school holidays. We paint their toe nails with nail polish so that we know which ones to give back :) ReplyCancel

  • TheMindfulMum

    I’d like to label the linen cupboard shelves, which I find disturbing and intend not to do so!!ReplyCancel

  • I label my own drink bottles with my kids labels as I don’t have my own! My work mates think its hilarious!ReplyCancel

  • Sian

    I worked as a Nanny for many years and I was always nervous of losing the children when at large public events so I used to label the back of every jacket they wore with my contact number and any medical conditions they may have had. I still do this with my own children today but thankfully have not lost a child yet!ReplyCancel

  • Indigoo

    I labelled my son at age 3 when we attended an outdoor concert in the city once. The label included our name & mobile numbers. We also attached a similar label to his favourite Ted.ReplyCancel

  • chantelle smith

    My cd collection. So much better if I lent them to a friend or they were stolen to identify them.ReplyCancel

  • My child – her name and my mobile number is always written on her arm when we go to a theme park, show, expo, in case she gets separated from me.ReplyCancel

  • Ros

    My toothbrush so nobody else uses itReplyCancel

  • Adele Smith

    I would like to label the goldfish so I know who is who…but of course I wouldn’t. I have labelled most items on my home desk as the kids seem to always claim it as their own.ReplyCancel

  • My husband, before he went out on the town for a bucks night.ReplyCancel

  • My daughers underware,they are roughly the same size and i mix them up,one of them gets very angry,the other doesnt care as long as its clean,very frustrating for meReplyCancel

  • Charlotte

    I actually labelled a box of name tags to sew on clothes in my craft box “name labels” – felt a bit inception-y to be honest!ReplyCancel

  • Sue

    We labelled our dog’s bowls to stop them being mixed up as one of them wouldn’t eat from theirs if the other had used it! Such a diva! :P ReplyCancel

  • My iphone! All of my friends have the same colour (white) and we are all always picking up the wrong phone. So now I have mine labelled clearly so it stands out.ReplyCancel

  • Colouring in pencils not because of mix ups at school more for teh sake of my sanity of them fighting over whos whos pencils …forbid if you end up with the smaller yellow one as Im sure it aint mine!ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne V

    My kids school socks, even though they are all white, they vary in size, and kids would just grab a pair from washing basket, sometime stretching one or both socks, youngest child would find that he had no well fitting socks by end of the term!! they would all be stretchedReplyCancel

  • My son – whenever we went anywhere I might lose him – phone number on the belly :) ReplyCancel

  • Steph

    My child!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kate evans

    My friends cats while I was or sitting. One needed medication and they both looked similar.ReplyCancel

  • ACasa

    WII controllers…. 1 & 2. It’s so hard to work out which one is Player 1 when they are both white!ReplyCancel

  • Cass Henry

    Hubby keeps stealing my notepads so I’ve bought pink cover ones and labeled them “MINE”! ReplyCancel

  • toothbrushes lol!! My kids always steal my hubby’s – eww – he tried using a pink one and even that didn’t work – I keep mine up out of reach ;) ReplyCancel

  • Underwear. Not the kids, my husband’s! He’d leave it behind when he’d use the shower’s at work after being onsite. His excuse – he was used to me picking it up at home!ReplyCancel

  • Each and every pen in the office with KA this was due to hubby taking MY pens down the shed and not returning them to where they belong… needless to say it didnt last long as he just started taking off the tags and saying they werent mine…ReplyCancel

  • When pregnant I jokingly labelled my husband with his name, I was sure I might forget it otherwise.ReplyCancel

  • Jaclyn White

    I’ve labelled treats in the cupboard and freezer so my husband doesn’t eat them! :) ReplyCancel

  • chrystal

    fruit for the playgroup fridge.ReplyCancel

  • Hubby is pretty embarrassed about me labeling his lunchReplyCancel

  • Jacinda Callus

    I’m also a fruit labeller at work :-) ReplyCancel

  • Table Tennis Bat (we have a chewer) and nobody whats that bat!!ReplyCancel

  • Toothbrushes!! ReplyCancel

  • Courtney

    My children- they get so angry when I call them the wrong names.ReplyCancel

  • Ann

    I labelled a cupboard with “Cleaning Supplies”, thereby turning it into Fort Knox as no-one ever looks in there. At the back I hide illicit things like Tim Tams. Worked so far.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda J

    Back in my breastfeeding days, I used to store containers of expressed milk in the fridge – and one of the containers I used was permanently labelled ‘booby juice’ (because that’s what my husband and I used to call it!). One day my husband had a new workmate visiting, and this guy who I hardly knew, was putting beers in the fridge – and jokingly called out to my husband, “This your booby juice mate?!” How embarrassing.ReplyCancel

  • My scissor with instructions for their use like kitchen, fabric and husband use only.ReplyCancel

  • As all the work mobile phones are the same type I labeled each one with the number and user name – saved a few mix ups over timeReplyCancel

  • nicole

    When I was younger, I labelled everything in sight and wrote my name on each object with a little ditty “Nicole{surname}, if this item should start to roam, smack it’s bottom and send it home. {with home phone number in brackets]. No mobiles back then.ReplyCancel

  • I had my son label his own clothes with a laundry marker when he was going on a 10 day camp. What I found strange was that he wrote, in very large letters, across the whole bottom covering material part of his underwear! No mistaking who they belonged to …ReplyCancel

  • When I first heard I was having twins, I panicked thinking I would mix them up as newborns… I considered marking them somehow. Then we found out they were fraternal and boy/girl so nature labeled them for us.ReplyCancel

  • Inspired...

    We labelled items around the house to help with reading… to spice it up a bit.. the toilet button is labelled “flushy flush”… it has worked.. she is an awesome reader.ReplyCancel

  • I had to labela container of play rice so I didn’t accidentally cook it.ReplyCancel

  • The salt and sugar containers….I once mixed those up in a cake and just about vomited when I took a huge bite of the delicious looking cake :) Now I buy brown sugar just to make doubly sure I don’t get them confused ever again!!!ReplyCancel

  • my problem is I don’t label…..then I have no idea what or whose is in what!!!ReplyCancel

  • When i got my labeller i went on a bit of a frenzy and did some really random one like my laptop, the remote control, a hair brush, my sewing machine haha but i also did the normal lunch boxes, container in the pantry etc. :) ReplyCancel

  • My parents wall unit, I thought it best if I engraved my name in it…. Then when I got in MAJOR trouble, denied it completely.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Jones

    I have to label my keys because it always wastes my time to find the key that I want by trying all of them.ReplyCancel

  • I’m a bit fussy about toothbrushes – the thought of swapping mouth germs just doesn’t appeal to me. My girls insist on getting the same toothbrush – so I’m using their pencil labels for the toothbrushes as well :) ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Fitzsimons

    When my daughter was 4 she was obsessed with “Woody” from Toy story. When she received her own Woody doll for Christmas she set about trying to scrub “Andy” off the bottom of his boot so that she could make Woody her own! In the end she had to settle with me labelling Woody’s other boot with her name with a black marker!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy J

    My son adores dinosaurs and fossils of any type (plant, insect, etc). When he was in Kindy he begged me to allow him to take his Trilobite in for show and tell. I did wonder if this was slightly unusual when I labelled it…ReplyCancel

  • I don’t think it’s actually strange, but when people see the labels on the shelving of my linen cupboard (towels, sheets, fan, esky etc.) they seem to think it’s odd. I just think it makes life easier :) ReplyCancel

  • Belinda Baker

    My police officer hubby’s work items, strangely a lot of stuff gets stolen or “misplaced” in a police stationReplyCancel

  • Melissa Hills

    I have labeled an old wooden spoon “poop scoop” for de-pooping backyard, a cut up milk container “kitty litter scoop” and the shelves in the pantry.ReplyCancel

  • I had labels made with my name and mobile number to put on things if they got lost. My friend pointed out my daftness when she saw I had put one on my mobile phone! I still chuckle at myself for that oneReplyCancel

  • I had to label my daughters shoe laces…she kept taking them out and loosing them!!ReplyCancel

  • Mareesa

    Drink bottle lidReplyCancel

  • Julia K

    22 years ago I was the first woman to return to my workplace after having a baby. I was expressing milk for my son and had to label my milk in the fridge as “NOT FOR YOUR COFFEE GUYS”ReplyCancel

  • my sons bathers as he played underwater hockey he did not like sharing as they all had the sameReplyCancel

  • The dog at the fete we went to…so many people and dogs…would have loved to label himReplyCancel

  • I don’t understand why childcare insist on my labeling my babies dummies. They seem to share them with every other child there and then when you leave it feels like you need the name there to make sure you’re taking home the right kid!ReplyCancel

  • Robyn

    I labelled my house broom, I was sick of my husband stealing it for work. He works as a floor coverer so I decorated and labelled it all pink. Needless to say it has stayed at home.ReplyCancel

  • Mia

    I’m boring. My eldest is 4 so I just label her lunch box and water bottle for kindy.ReplyCancel

  • Renee

    I’ve had to label cloth nappies before!ReplyCancel

  • my forehead with the name “stupid” so at least when people treat me like i am its no great surprise!ReplyCancel

  • MeganH

    The draws in our babies room so hubby could find things. He was repeatedly searching every draw every time he had to dress our son.ReplyCancel

  • My kids are the strangest thing – I used to often write my contact details on their hands when out and about.ReplyCancel

  • netty

    I know it may sound strange but I have felt to label all of the pillows in our house. I have nine children and we all have two pillows each (including my husband that is 22 pillows in our home! When all bedding is getting washed and pillows are put out to air it is impossible to make sure eveyone gets their own pillows back.ReplyCancel

  • Monique

    everything at child care, but most difficult his socks! Urgh! They’re not big enough for label,s! :) ReplyCancel

  • Dorizzi

    My brother-in-law labeled the shelves in my sisters linen cupboard one day when she was at work. She was not impressed.ReplyCancel

  • Every year I label the kids Easter Eggs – that way there’s no arguing about who’s eaten the most!ReplyCancel

  • kathryn pearson

    Dolls, teddys & books so all 3 girls know who is who’s or more to the point I know when they start fightingReplyCancel

  • sharron smith

    I labelled on my front door years ago if not invited you are brave enough to knock it workedReplyCancel

  • With Six kids I have now labelled a dinner plate for each of them to stop fights over the coloured plates!ReplyCancel

  • MrsHoneyBee

    My salad sandwich! It’s amazing, someone or someone’s actually hoodwink other peoples lunches out of the staff fridge. Who does that?ReplyCancel

  • Apples in the fridge. Himself used to get confused between the Pink Lady apples and Red Delicious apples. (He only ate Red Delicious and got most upset biting into a Pink Lady)ReplyCancel

  • i labelled my husbands work lunch i know probably not to strange but my tupperware containers kept going missing!! so i had too!!ReplyCancel

  • Richelle

    My money tin. …”Say goodbye to that holiday if you open”….. long label but worth it!ReplyCancel

  • I labelled the toothbrushes to stop people using mine by mistake!ReplyCancel

  • Piachay

    I have to label my water bottle sick of drinking bits of soggy biscuits left behind after my kids guzzle my drinkReplyCancel

  • Kristin Santi

    I labelled my stapler at work, not with my name but with the word stapler. You know, in case I couldn’t remember what it was called. Funnily enough it stopped people from taking it, everyone knew my stapler was labelled with the word stapler.ReplyCancel

  • Robyn H

    Our saffron cutlery – amazing how much of it goes missing over the course of a year and how many times we need to replace it!ReplyCancel

  • Shelves in the linen cupboard. Men can never find anything.ReplyCancel

  • As a school teacher, I’ve had many a pair of underpants lose their owner after swimming lessons/carnivals and, believe me, NO child is going to own up when asked, “Has anyone lost these?”. My daughter starts Prep this year and I will definitely be labelling her underpants so her teacher can discretely return them to her if lost!!ReplyCancel

  • Cath Roberts

    Apart from all the kids labelling for school/preschool, many things in our house are labelled with with tactile dots/shapes as hubby is blind…even the salt and pepper grinders!ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    I once labelled my name badge for work, I was new and they gave me one with the wrong name until they made up me up a new one, I just didn’t think I looked like a Tracy…ReplyCancel

  • Amy P

    Woohoo!! I’m a winner!!! How do I claim my prize??ReplyCancel

Happy Birthday to me!! Plus 35 things about me.

Today is my 35th birthday, where has the time gone, each year just seems to pass by so fast.  Anyways, I am sure my hubby and kids will spoil me today and I will forget all about it soon enough. Today I wanted to share a little more about me that you may not know […]

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  • you forgot to mention how wonderful & thoughtful you are, happy birthday gorgeous xReplyCancel

  • SubversiveReader

    Happy Birthday fellow 29th December person :) Hope you have a wonderful day!ReplyCancel

  • belleamiemotherofthree.com

    Happy Birthday Kat! We have so much on your list in common it’s scary, I even turn 35 soon! You are a rock start! Renee @belleamiemotherofthree.comReplyCancel

  • jr

    Happy birthday Kat! Hope you have a wonderful day!ReplyCancel

  • andrea

    Happy birthday and thanks for sharing. Love the idea of 35 Things about Me and may use it myself later this year. Looking forward to following you this year and for more challenges.ReplyCancel

  • del king

    Happy birthday Katrina. Thanks for the motivation and inspiration. ReplyCancel

  • Sonia@NaturalNewAgeMum

    Happy Birthday – another Capricorn – my birthday is tomorrow!!! I knew there was a reason you were so organized!!! LOL :) ReplyCancel

  • Lucy

    Happy Birthday!!!ReplyCancel

  • Vikki

    Happy Birthday Katrina! Enjoy. Thank you for all that you day to enrich our lives every day.ReplyCancel

  • Happy Birthday!! I may be a little jealous of #32 but I totally agree with #34!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    Happy Birthday Katrina. I feel like I know you even better now. :) ReplyCancel

  • Dani

    My niece is Sienna Rose!ReplyCancel

  • I hope you had a very happy birthday Katrina. It’s my big 4 0 on Wednesday, and I’m looking forward to writing a reflective list like this! As you know I’m a big organiser such as yourself (home and my classroom), but the one area I’m really slack in is meal planning, and that’s my BIG push for 2013 – I’m an Aldi disciple but I’m determined to not get sucked in my their wonderful specials this year unless we really need them as we’re saving for a trip to Vietnam in 2013. Big hugs! PS: Will send you through some piccies of the classroom when it’s all set up and ready for 2013 (I’m enjoying my break at the moment!) xoxoxoxoReplyCancel

  • Nerys Lewis

    Hey Trina
    Happy Birthday again :)
    Just wanted to say Nice Blog post xxxReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    What a great day for a birthday, I share it with you and reading your list tells me that we are very similar……capricorns!!!! Happy Birthday!!!ReplyCancel

The gift of giving this Christmas

This post is sponsored by Nuffnang I’ve mentioned previously about what Christmas means to our family, it’s very important that we spend time with our extended family and we really enjoy giving them a gift each year.  Gift giving isn’t about the obligation of always giving a gift, it’s so much more.  We put thought […]

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  • Tracey @ Bliss Amongst Chaos

    What a beautiful young man your son sounds like. I wish there was more kids around like him. So many seem so selfish and all out for themselves these days. I hope my boys grow up to be caring people too :-)
    xxReplyCancel

Quick reader survey to help improve content, daily tasks and more

I will be taking a break over Christmas for some much needed time off, away from technology and to spend with family.  But after I have done this I am going to take some time to prepare my content, daily tasks and a few new printables for 2013.  But before I do this I would […]

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  • Nicole lovell

    I love this site. And can’t wait each day for the tasks makes it more achievableReplyCancel

  • Carmel

    Really enjoying your blog and daily emails :) thank youReplyCancel

  • Dot

    Thanks, love all your ideas!ReplyCancel

    • Thankyou Dot for taking the time to do the survey, I really appreciate it xReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    Some fantastic ideas although I don’t always get around to the daily tasks it’s amazing what little things I just haven’t thought of to do in a long time.ReplyCancel

  • Gayla

    Oh I forgot to say that I really love your quote section…Look for it everyday…Some make me think and some make me smile! Thank you!ReplyCancel

Summer fun and lazy Sundays + Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Giveaway

This post is sponsored by Nuffnang and Baskin-Robbins Hubby and I have been so busy the past few weeks.  Mr Organised is working a lot of extra hours as he is running his own Accounting business. As for me, I have had my 9 month old niece recently stay for 4 days, it was really lovely […]

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  • Ice cream is my BIGGEST downfall, I LOVE it! So to enjoy it even longer I eat it with a tea spoon so it lasts longer and I devour it slowly. Don’t judge me!! :) ReplyCancel

  • I like to eat my ice cream slowly but I also lick around the edge of the cone to stop the drips and to help the ice cream keep it’s shape!ReplyCancel

  • Megan

    I use a teaspoon to eat my ice cream but to make it last longer I lick the ice cream from the spoon slowly. Because of my strange ice cream eating habits I never eat ice cream in public as in the past people have looked at me. When the two younger kids are eating their ice creams I will lick around the cone so that I can help stop the drips. It’s funny because I try to get them to take bites and eat it fast BUT that’s only because I don’t want sticky children in the car lolReplyCancel

  • Jo-Anne Wells

    Every season is ice cream season for me! I’m afraid I’m a speed eater and definitely not lady like either!ReplyCancel

  • Jane

    I am a fast ice cream eater & unfortunately for my waist not satisfied & have to have another just to make sure I really enjoyed it as much as I thought I did. Of course I did cause it is Ice Cream – YUM!!ReplyCancel

  • No waster…this is more difficult in public but at home when no one is around(dont want to give the kids any ideas) the ice cream is just too good to waste so i find myself licking the bowl !! Mint choc chip is my downfall, cant go past it.ReplyCancel

  • im a licker i have really sensitive teeth so i take my sweet time eating my sweet treat but i lick up all the dripsReplyCancel

  • I eat it slowly and savour the flavour and indulgence. But my main priority is to hide from the kids so I don’t have to share!ReplyCancel

  • I like to eat it slowly, licking and making sure nothing drips or falls off always keeping a nice rounded shape …. unless it’s a really hot day and it’s melting fast, then it’s eat as quick as I can or I’ll lose it to a puddle on the floor!ReplyCancel

  • Kelley

    Mmmmm I love B&R. Gold Medal Ribbon is the best (slow or fast). :) ReplyCancel

  • Meg Woulfe

    Scoff it quick smart before it melts!ReplyCancel

  • jess robinson

    I love to eat it slowly and I am always boring and choose……VANILLA.. my favourite!ReplyCancel

  • i love melting icecream. i eat my icecream slowlyReplyCancel

  • I am a licker! I like to take my time – the ice-cream *has* to be nice and even and rounded – unless it’s melting – then I’m super quick lick lick lick :) ReplyCancel

  • Felic

    Neatly! My life is a complete mess but one thing I’ve always done super neatly and in an bizarrely organised fashion is the eating of ice cream. But… anything done properly takes time and therefore so does my ice-cream eating…ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Daly

    I’m a selfish ice cream eater – I take my time because I hold out till the kids are in bed and then I don’t have to share or get interrupted. I can savour every mouthful. Vanilla with crushed up maltesers and black cherries or the amazing summer chiller of vanilla and watermelon. YUMMOReplyCancel

  • I’m a fast eater. I eat the top off above the cone and then eat sections of the cone leaving another icecream top. I continue this technique until the end. I also make sure I push the icecream down into the cone with my tongue.ReplyCancel

  • Thanh

    I’m an ‘around the globe’ ice cream eater. The technique to this is to turn the ice cream cone while you lick the ice cream on top! More or less like an ice cream turntable!ReplyCancel

  • Di

    I’m a top to bottom eater – eat the ice cream down to the cone and then turn the cone whilst nibbling off cone and ice-cream. I also try to push the icecream down the cone (with my tongue!) so I get nice and even icecream eating!ReplyCancel

  • Narelle Howell

    I prefer icecream in a bowl or a cup with a spoon. I like it to get soft and creamy. I don’t stir too much, don’t like it sloppy. Just a bit melted. The spoon has to be a small one, not a big one. Lasts longer that way. I enjoy it slowly. Definitely more than one scoop.ReplyCancel

  • Trish

    I am a pig basically as icecream is my favourite all time food, I even eat it in the middle of winter wrapped up in a blanket (as my good friend will atest to!). I love eating it straight out of the tub, somtimes on its own and sometimes with twisties as my spoon, oh yumm.ReplyCancel

  • Mireya

    Slightly melted!ReplyCancel

  • kath woods

    One scoop,2 scoop 3 scoop 4 no matter how much i always want more

    sometimes i lick, sometimes i spoon,sometimes i gauge the whole afternoon.ReplyCancel

  • Heba El-Hakim

    I love to eat my ice cream leisurely, neatly, in a bowl, with a spoon! So I am an organised ice cream eater :) ReplyCancel

  • Alicia

    Well, I definitely don’t let the drips fall. Pretty efficient, lip – bite routine. :) ReplyCancel

  • I like to make it like soft serve icecream by using a spoon to whip it then saver every mouthful :) ReplyCancel

  • I’m a nibbler! I take little nibbles & savour every bite!ReplyCancel

  • Licking at a decent enough pace so there are no drips!ReplyCancel

  • I agree family time is the most important of all. I’m not big on TV and have always stuck to no tv on weekends except the odd family movie. We are lucky to have an ice cream van come down our street every Sat evening at 6pm. The kids are allowed to sit up and wait for this special treat and we all sit outside and watch the sun go down together. The kids get cones but I’m a super slow ice cream eater – it’s gotta be in a cup!ReplyCancel

  • Rach

    I used to bite and chew, then I met my husband. I wondered why I always finished my icecream before him – he taught me how to lick icecream cones, and now they last much longer!ReplyCancel

  • Jan

    I am a reformed biter, swallower now an intentional, slow, smooth licker!!ReplyCancel

  • I eat my ice cream at a ‘normal’ pace – not too fast to get a cold headache and not too slow the kids want to help me finish it off.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I can’t eat the cones anymore so have to have a cup, I miss ice cream cones!!! I usually share a cup with my little guy :) ReplyCancel

  • Tinalee

    I love icecream!! I prefer to mix mine in a bowl to make it really soft and eat it slowly. This way I avoid brain freeze! My favourite baskin flavour of all time was key lime cheesecake icecreamReplyCancel

  • Kelly Lakeman

    I’m a licker of an icream in a cone and shape it as i go along. If it’s on a stick then I put as much in my mouth as i can and suck as i pull it back out again so it eventually creates a point at the top! Then with the last little bit left i will snap it off the stick so I can chew the last bit!!! If it’s with a spoon i will put a BIG amount on it and shove it all in my mouth and pull it out again so i am only taking a bit at a time! I’m odd I know … it’s what makes me ME!!!! ps now I REALLY am feeling like ICECREAM!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Amy

    I love to start at the top, have a few bites, then i lick around the bottom off the ice-cream coan, to continue i have a little bit off the ice cream coan. Then start the process again, its kind off like a merry-go-round when I come to think off it.ReplyCancel

  • Shaaron Currie

    I like to eat mine slow but not messy. Very hard to do.ReplyCancel

  • Abby Easthope

    I have never been a big ice cream person, except for Baskins. I really, really love Baskins. I always eat it with their choc fudge topping, sometimes going for the banana splits or waffle cones… I’m not a speed eater but I like it still frozen – so I sometimes have to re-freeze halfway through :) ReplyCancel

  • I like to let it melt a little and eat it straight out of the tub. Cookies n Cream is my alltime favourite.ReplyCancel

  • Gillian Larcombe

    I’d call myself a “dart and lick”, as I slowly turn the cone around, looking for driblets as the icecream starts to melt, then darting my tongue out to catch those driblets before they run onto my hand. I take a loooooong time to eat icecream!ReplyCancel

  • I’m a slow & long licker. If I have different flavours I alternate licks between flavours. :) ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    I’m a savourer. Prefer a spoon – a little spoon so it goes further ;) ReplyCancel

  • Merryl

    I lick my ice cream slowly and savour every mouthful.ReplyCancel

  • Lyndal

    I have mine in a tub with a spoon and eat it pretty fast when it’s baskin-robbins…ReplyCancel

  • Being a mum, I think I’d classify myself as “the cleaner”. I have to swap my ice-cream with each child before they end up a huge mess (much lie your picture above). No matter how much I tell them where to get the drips, they always persist on going from the top (especially Mr 5). But they’re used to me grabbing there’s for a quick “round up”, then they get it back again. Easy!ReplyCancel

  • del king

    When it comes to ice cream, I have no off button and I can not share. I am a scoffer. I figure the faster I eat it, the less opportunity I have to share. I then offer to clean up the drips from the ice cream cones that the kids are holding! Not very nice of me I know but it is ice cream :-) ReplyCancel

  • I start at the top slowly and lick my way round and then chew the cone love the crunch sound before it becomes soggy. My daughter is slow and steady and always make a messReplyCancel

  • Kathy McMullen

    I am definitely a slow slurper! Love to make it last.ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Hay

    Eating icecream fast,
    Is the best for sure,
    Sharing isn’t a possibility,
    When there is no more!
    No dribbles can escape,
    Making a mess everywhere,
    And I finish before my toddler,
    So a tantrum I am spared :) ReplyCancel

  • I suffer from sensitive teeth so i tend to lick and use my lips and tongue bypassing my front teeth and then suck until that bit is dissolved before moving on, of course the sensitivity is to the cold not the delicious crunch of the cone. Although i’m prone to skipping the cone when i am out with the children in favour of a cup (less mess for me to clean up and less icecream i am guaranteed to wear)ReplyCancel

  • I just dive right in. Great ice-cream doesn’t wait to technique.ReplyCancel

  • I have sensitive teeth so am forced to lick instead of use my teeth (watching others bite through an icy-pole runs a chill down my spine lol!)
    I’m always the last person to finish eating my ice cream :) ReplyCancel

  • Katie Miller

    I love me some rocky road & peppermint together and start from the middle and swirl my tounge while turning my wrist all the way around! Yum! making me want to go get one now! Lucky for me Baskin Robbins is right up the street!!ReplyCancel

  • I’m the mummy who doesn’t buy herself an ice cream because inevitably at least on one of my three will not like or complete their ice cream and I end up eating it. If I bought one for myself I’d never get any because one of the kids would decide that they like mine betterReplyCancel

  • I’m a spoon licker – I prefer mine in a cup. I take a scoop with my spoon then turn the spoon unside down and lick the ice-cream off :) ReplyCancel

  • Naomi.H.

    I love to eat mine slow and enjoy every moment of the tasty treat.. Love licking all the way around the ice cream and then when I hit the cone I take little bits all the way around so my cone stays the same level as I eat down near bottom.. Once I have a little cone left I then just gobble that bit up in my mouth..Best way is slow…ReplyCancel

  • Nicki

    im a licker, I cant handle it when I see people bite their ice-cream. I am also a vanilla fan, nothing beats vanilla ice-creamReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    hmmmm, just the thought of licking peppermint choc chip….. I wouldn’t call myself a slow slurper, but I do like to take my time and enjoy every mouth full. Unfortunately with little ones to attend to I find myself starting as a slow slurper, but then changing to a speed eater so I can rescue the kids as ice cream runs down their arms.ReplyCancel

  • Shauns

    Cookie dough….mmmmm…
    Ice cream must be devoured (especially cookie dough). Lick over the top and then around the sides to prevent any drips (can’t waste ANY!). I can still remember when my cousin visited Australia for the first time (from Belorussia, when 10 years old) and tried his first ice cream cone. There was no method and it was a soggy heap in his hand – disaster!! And chocolate icecream too…ReplyCancel

  • Jen

    A Summer’s day is not complete without an ice cream and Baskin & Robbins is my absolute favourite. As a foster carer and mother of many, I don’t get out much so the best kind of ice cream is in a waffle cone, contains chocolate, is eaten slowly but not so slow it melts, and not shared! :-) ReplyCancel

  • SylviaB

    I’m a top-down ice cream eater now, but as a child I couldn’t resist nibbling the tip off the cone pretty much at the beginning of each ice cream. That always ended up in a huge mess, as the melted ice cream would start running down the sides of the cone AND out of the little hole I’d nibbled at the bottom.
    Now that I’ve pretty much mastered the neat way of eating ice cream, I try to instruct my two children, without much success so far. One of them is a scoffer, the other a very slow licker, both styles being messy…ReplyCancel

  • Ruth West

    I’m a lazy, leisurely licker.
    Hubby is a brisk biter.
    Both kids are sticky scoffers!ReplyCancel

  • I would describe myself as a slow steady methodical licker! I love ice-cream especially Baskin-Robbins and my fave flavour is choc chip. Yumm.ReplyCancel

  • I’m a lip smacking slow licker ice-cream eater and in a waffle cone , but I’lll take a bowl when it’s an icecream sundae.ReplyCancel

  • Amie

    I usually eat my ice cream quickly – a great excuse to get another serve in before anybody notices!!!ReplyCancel

  • I definitely don’t eat it slowly! I like to eat it before it melts :-) ReplyCancel

  • AmberB

    I like to eat my ice cream quickly to avoid drippage. YUMMY!!ReplyCancel

  • Kimberley Belford

    I also a a quick ice cream eater as when I was a kid my uncles used to always try and eat my ice cream – so my thoughts were the quicker I ate it the less likely they were to get any of it lol, My daughter always bites the end off Grrr lol and it goes everywhere lolReplyCancel

  • Debbie Barton

    I love to lick around the edges then slurp down from the top until it is level with the top of the cone. I then like to bite the bottom off the cone and suck it out through the bottom…..yummy!!!! If it is a waffle cone I like to unpeel the cone which is my favourite part.
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  • I definitely enjoy and savour every lick of the Baskin and Robbins Pralines and Cream. I only splurge occassionally on one of these special ice creams but make sure I make it last as long as possible.ReplyCancel

  • Looking over the years,
    I can see my tastes have changed.
    My ice cream sensitivity,
    Evolved as I have aged.

    My first years I demanded,
    The exact same as my mum!
    Together we would conquer,
    Old school Raisin – Rum!

    As twilight settled over,
    My crazy teenage years.
    Fat free So Good Chocolate,
    Ment skinny clothes to wear!

    Then my world was altered,
    When I became a wife.
    Mother to my children…
    A new but blissful life!

    Matured, my tastes were craving,
    A sweet and sinful dream.
    That’s when I discovered,
    Baskin’s Cookie Cream!

    My first Baskin’s adventure,
    Was of the sinful kind.
    Their Sundaes made with Brownie,
    Completely blew my mind!

    Now I have an Ice Cream Method.
    And it’s called “The Ultimate Taste”.
    It’s where I take a mighty spoonful,
    And nothing goes to waste.

    I make sure that every element,
    Is spooned up the exact same time.
    Every sprinkle, nut and wafer,
    Is declared to be all mine!

    Simply put each spoonful holds,
    A mini sundae of its own.
    It’s the way I’ve always eaten it!
    From a child, to now I’m grown!

    Merry Xmas!
    Thanks for the give away x
    [email protected]ReplyCancel

  • Chloe

    I’m a speed eater it tastes too good to savour!!ReplyCancel

  • A slow licker, being careful to finish before there’s a dribble. :-) ReplyCancel

  • If it is in bowl I stir it all up until it is like a soft serve, if it is in a cone I just lick it slowly around and around so it doesn’t meltReplyCancel

  • Tamala

    Mo all-time favourite ice cream flavour was made by a company in the South West of WA and was maple-walnut, but unforutnately its not made anymore, but my close second favourite flavour is Hokey Pokey from Baskins Robbins and my waist line is protesting the opening of a new show just 5 minutes away! When I eat I generally eat fast asI detest it when ice cream starts to melt over my fingers. I eat it in a waffle cone, slowly pushing the ice cream to the bottom so I can enjoy the last ice creamy, waffley biteReplyCancel

  • Depends on the ice cream!!! Usually though I eat mine SO quickly that I then get to help miss 4 finish hers off ;-) hehe cheeky yes but it means I get MORE ice cream. lol. Waffle cone all the way generally cookie dough/cookies and cream or chocolate/double chocolate or triple chocolate flavour ANY day!ReplyCancel

  • Caroline

    I lick the top then run my tongue around the ice cream then lick underneath sides then have a bit from the top and repsat no spillage this way especially for the basking and robins caramel choc crunch yummyReplyCancel

{GIVEAWAY} Cushionopoly

I’ve mentioned on Facebook a few times recently of my new love for Chevron and surprisingly not many people knew what Chevron is.  Basically it’s a zig zag pattern on fabric, commonly on a white background. There is something about it that feels fresh. We purchased a new couch late last year, one that is […]

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  • Escape to the Hamptons, our lounge room they are soft and would look and feel great thanksReplyCancel

  • Oh how i love cushions so much so i have lost count as to how many i have,ReplyCancel

  • I hadn’t heard of Cushionopoly, thank you for introducing us! What gorgeous cushions. I love the children’s range, those cushions would brighten up any room. My favourites would be those owls!ReplyCancel

  • I’m thinking the vintage letter and the stripes in the Hampton range. Very classy!ReplyCancel

  • I had never heard of ‘Chevron’ pattern before, so thanks for enlightening me.ReplyCancel

  • Sheralyn

    They are all beautiful, but I would love the Hamptons range in my lounge room!ReplyCancel

  • Jayde Wright

    I love Chevron but the Hampton range is calling my name!! What an awesome find!! :) ReplyCancel

  • Love the Belle Amour Collection would look lovely on my lounge.ReplyCancel

  • FJ

    It would have to be a combination of Mignight Madame and Noir Blanc from the Belle Amour range to lift the guest room where I try to sneak some ‘me’ time to read, relax and rest on rare occassions. And it would be fabulous if they would add a “GET OUT” cushion to the Typo range as a reminder to my children that this room is no longer another space for them to stake their claim.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda A

    I love the kids range. I’d love to incorporate some in our family room (aka kids making a mess room)ReplyCancel

  • Jan

    I love the yellow chevron cushions and have been looking for that exact colour for quite a while!!! They would go perfectly with the aqua ones I have on my cream couch.ReplyCancel

  • I love the escape to the hamptons range, and the kids range is gorgeous……..would take them all if I could.ReplyCancel

  • Krystle H

    Ooh i love the Marie Antoinette cushion in the gorgeous blue. Im slowly trying to incorporate this colour & style in my lounge room. I adore all the ranges though, thanks for introducing this site to us!ReplyCancel

  • JacintaPearl

    I love the dinosaur walk cushions, my little boy would adore these!ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn Fitton

    I like the Typo cushions. I would put them on my lounge and when the tiny grandkids come over use them to teach them their numbers. Great idea, something different from a book etc.ReplyCancel

  • Oh my goodness, there are too many that I love to even mention!!! I have been looking for cushions for my bedroom and loungeroom for a while but haven’t found anything quite right…….until now!ReplyCancel

  • Escape to the Hamptons is a gorgeous range, vivid classic colours that would go perfefct in my house! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • I love the Escape to the Hamptons range and they would go perfectly in my newly renovated lounge room. I have a blue and white vintage theme happening!ReplyCancel

  • Shannen

    We are in the market for a new couch – so of course, new cushions too! Perfect timing. ReplyCancel

  • Ying Ying TAN

    Love the Belle Amour range especially the Le Tour de Eiffel Cushion Cover! This would be perfect in our entertainment room!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon R

    Just love the French Garden!
    Perfect for my reading area!!ReplyCancel

  • I totally love the Belle Amour collection, and these would be perfect in our rumpus room!ReplyCancel

  • Char

    Beach house range with the bright colours. These would go in my house in my living roomReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I can’t decide between the Marie Antoinette Cushion Cover or the Southampton Village. Either would be great for my lounge, they’re the perfect colours!ReplyCancel

  • Love the Limited edition – especially the Its a Dogs Life. Perfect for our dog loving family to scatter all throught the loungeroomReplyCancel

  • Kids range looks pretty cool.ReplyCancel

  • Kim m

    I love the kids owl cushions, they would fantastic in my sons room, if I didnt steal them first!!!ReplyCancel

  • Love the Hamptons onesReplyCancel

  • Meghan

    Great comp. pillows for kids room would be perfect!!!ReplyCancel

  • Scrap Goodies

    Oh how I would love the kids range! Something to brighten up my boy’s room a little!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy

    What a great range!ReplyCancel

  • Oh lovely. I love the hampton range.ReplyCancel

  • So hard to decide! But I do love the Hamptons range, exactly the style I am creating in my home….well, TRYING to create!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    Escape to the Hamptons for the family room! Fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • Madonna

    Great to see these kinds of cushions finally available at reasonable prices in Australia!ReplyCancel

  • Elissa K

    Love the Flea market range! Would decorate the studio/play room with these beauties.ReplyCancel

  • Liz B

    I already have Cushionopoly cushions in my lounge, love them :). I would like to make a cosy reading area suitable for kids and grown ups, so I’d choose designs quiet and restful – mustard blossom and southampton village.ReplyCancel

  • Amie

    I do like the look of the Hamptons collection but I would probably go for the Kids collection as we have just bought a new house and it has a separate lounge room for the kids which we plan to furnish with a couch, tv, desk etc for them so these would be perfect for that.ReplyCancel

  • Megan

    Anything from the Belle Amour collection would suit our new house. I have been looking for months and found nothing thanks for sharing this great website and for having this really good give away.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Preston

    The Beach House Range would be ideal in our lounge room, especially the LOOK AT THE BIRDY CUSHION COVERS. The colours are perfect for out lounge area. Very soft, sweet & inviting.ReplyCancel

  • Cushionopoly….wow..just bought a new lounge suite (well second hand one) and our cushions look a little sad on it….so I might need to go discovering what goodies they have.ReplyCancel

  • Belinda Furnell

    I Love the Kid’s range and it would come in handy as I will be moving my daughter into her first big bed soon and it will be nice to add some colour with the cushions.ReplyCancel

  • Danya

    Love cushions!! Love chevron!! Win win for me :) thanks xReplyCancel

  • would love a summer pick me up for my living room!ReplyCancel

  • I love the kids range, especially the dinosaur walk cushion cover, perfect for my dino loving boys!ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Hay

    I love the Home Grown range- I would put the in the loungeroom. We need new cushions, they’re worn out!ReplyCancel

  • I totally Love the Multi coloured zigzag
    These cushions give me so much reason to brag!
    Perfect on the couch, In the loungeroom,They would make the place look really in Bloom!ReplyCancel

  • kerry santillo

    The childrens range is fun and colourful. Would love to redo my daughters rooma nd make it come alive ?ReplyCancel

  • Carly Taft

    The kids range is just too cute, I am expecting in February and would love to jazz up the nursery with these cute cushions! ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Jones

    Adore kids cushion covers, they’re so cute. I’d love to put them in my little one’s room.ReplyCancel

  • naomi

    we are about to move house, and some new cushions would really help ‘make’ the new lounge roomReplyCancel

  • I understand what you mean about kids being rough on cushions. I find that the cheaper the cushion, the less it can stand up to my kids behaviour ;). These look wonderful though!ReplyCancel

  • kylie mowbray-allen

    I LOVE the Hamptons range and would like the WHOLE SET in my living room …!!!! Oh, but my all-time favourite cushion (presently out of stock – but I keep checking to see if it’s coming back any time soon!) is the view finder cushion cover … OH MY!ReplyCancel

  • susan

    So love these cushions! My sons are crazy on our couch cushions! They have pillow fights, make amazing forts, make giant piles of pillows and cushions to watch movies. Fun fun fun! Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • toacertaindegree.com

    How can something so yummy not be fattening!!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Arndt

    I LOVE the Kids Collection! I love the ‘Baby Elephants Walk’ and the different colours, which mean I could decorate each of my three daughter’s rooms with them and still keep the looks ‘individual’! For my little boy’s room, I would choose ‘The Dinosaur Walk’, as like most little boys, he is dinosaur mad!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    I love the Typo range, I worked in graphic design for almost 10 years, so the font really catches my eye! I would use them in my lounge room to add a bit of fun!ReplyCancel

  • The Look at the Birdy! Cushion Covers in Aqua would cheer up my lounge room very nicely :) ReplyCancel

  • I am loving chevron at the moment as well. The cushions look awesome on your loungeReplyCancel

  • Ada

    I moved in with my boyfriend this year, and because I moved all the way from Norway we only have his furniture and decor. I really want to change a few things, starting with the cushions, and these are perfect!ReplyCancel

  • escape to the hamptons is my favReplyCancel

  • escape to the hamptons is my favReplyCancel

  • I love the Beach House Range, especially the yellow ones – Let The Chips Fall, Linked and Zig Zag. I would put them in the living room of my new house…..when I finaly get to move into it that is!ReplyCancel

  • I love the Cushionopoly kids collection. I would put these cushion in my son’s new playroom I have started to decorate, it would make the room look fun and playfulReplyCancel

  • Dawn Taylor

    I think Vintage Letters in the Hampton Range is gorgeous. The dinosaur and elephant ones in the children’s range are also really lovely.ReplyCancel

  • Kyla

    Love these cushions and I also love chevron – great find!ReplyCancel

  • gorgeous choices – if i had to pick just one it would be Hamptons Classic Cranberry Toile, just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • MissT

    I cant pick between the Linked Cushion Cover – Terquoise Limited Edition and the Baby Elephant Walk Cushion cover in pink. The Elephant one would be a great addition to my daughters room and the Linked one would look fantastic in our living room.ReplyCancel

  • careinen

    I love the Belle Amour Collection with a blend of the Flea Market. All the cushions look beautiful. My pillows on my sofa are very tired looking.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    The kids range would look gorgeous in my little one’s roomReplyCancel

  • Love how your living room is looking. Am currently working on my bedroom ‘upgrade’ReplyCancel

  • D’oh – and Escape to the Hamptons would look great with my plans.ReplyCancel

  • I loved the old school collection – the Geek Chic Cushion cover would look awesome on the chairs in the waiting room at our optometry store!ReplyCancel

  • AmberB

    Love the Belle Amour collection. I would choose this range for my bedroom because I’d love for my bedroom to be glamourously and classically styled.ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    Love the Beach House range. I’d choose the ZigZag Cushion Cover Green for our loungeroom because they would add summer freshness to my favourite room of the house. I also love the elephant cushions in the kids range!ReplyCancel

  • mummy made it

    Hamptons, Hamptons I think i might be in love…. with this range. would love some for the house. classic style and would suit our decor.ReplyCancel

  • Kate @ Our Little Sins

    oooh, i want the yellow chevron cushions…! they are gorgeous and will match my colour scheme perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • Kerina

    I love the beach house range. They’d look great on my bed!ReplyCancel

  • Evalyn Wells

    I know I’m a grown up but I love the kids variety and would use it to decorate my living room and guest bedroom. =)ReplyCancel

  • I love the escape to the hampton range. would look perfect on my new bed setting that i’m getting for christmas ;) ReplyCancel

  • Love the Flea Market collection, I would love the peacock cushion in my bedroom!!ReplyCancel

  • becca

    i love the Belle Amour Collection, it would really suit the new lounge we got and looks very comfy too :) ReplyCancel

  • Bitts

    I like the Hamptons range, and I would use them in my living room, because the cushions in there are SAD.ReplyCancel

  • i love the belle amour collection. i would love the cushions in my bedroom as im looking to change thecolours to black and whiteReplyCancel

  • tarah-the simple mummy

    Escape to the Hampton looks fab! I have cushion envy!ReplyCancel

  • Maria Pennisi

    The Home Grown range is colourful and easily transforms a drab room into something special. I love a few of these for my lounge roomReplyCancel

  • The Hamptons collection – the letter one goes perfectly in my library!ReplyCancel

  • i love the kids collection!!! gorgeous fabrics!ReplyCancel

  • The Hamptons Collection would suit our new leather lounge perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • tonie

    Love the kids collection, gorgeousReplyCancel

  • Lovely Cushions – great competition thank you :) – there is nothing like cuddling up to a cushion on the lounge (oh yeah hubby too!! LOL)ReplyCancel

  • The Hamptons would be niceReplyCancel

  • Dianne Childs

    The Hamptons in our Lounge Room would look geat because it would really suit the decor of the room. (Dianne Childs on Rafflecopter)ReplyCancel

  • lauri

    gorgeous cushions!ReplyCancel

  • Anne McCulloch

    Have been searching for cushions! Think I might have found what I’m looking for!ReplyCancel

  • Amy Wilson

    How could I go past the Kids collection (love the dinousar walk and baby elephant walk) to help finish (ok ok ok start) their toy room!ReplyCancel

  • The kids collection is beautiful. I can imagine my beautiful daughter sitting on one while playing with her dolls and my boys would love the dinodaur ones. They match their quilt covers.ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Hamptons range for upstairs lounge room. Returning it to an adult lounge room – no kids toys allowed!ReplyCancel

  • tammy crane

    i like the beach house designs– they’re funky & would bring a dash of colour & vibrancy into our lounge roomReplyCancel

  • melissa

    Absolutely gorgeous… Have been looking for some new cushions for ages!! :) ReplyCancel

  • Kim M

    Cushionopoly kids of course. For my daughter as a suprise when her brother or sister is born in March.ReplyCancel

  • emily

    I love the flea market range.i think the empire of the sun cushion is gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Casey

    The kids range is delicious! Very whimsical and fun withouth being all too ‘cutesy’ReplyCancel

  • Just darling and oh so chic! ALL of it! for the boys’ room, our room, the lounge room-I’m.in.love. with Cushionopoly!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly

    After looking through all the ranges I can’t say I wouldn’t have any of them. But if I had to choose today I would say the Fabric by Numbers range. I’m a designer who looooves typography, work at home mum and think my gorgeous boys and I could have a lot of fun counting with them – whilst looking superb on the couch I’m longing for ;) ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Veljanovska

    My Favourite is the Ever so Gorgeous Beach House Range it would give our Lounge Room a Beautiful Pop Of Style and Colour.ReplyCancel

  • My favourite is from the Beach House Collection and would have to be the yellow zig zag/chevron one. These would go in my lounge room to compliment the new kitchen and colour scheme :) ReplyCancel

  • The Beach House Range is simply the best,
    So relaxed and stylish it would make the perfect family nest.
    Ideal to give our living room that welcoming feel,
    And a stylish look that all our neighbours would want to steal.ReplyCancel

  • Jodie

    Has to be the Yellow Chevrons!ReplyCancel

  • The kids collection! They’d look so beautiful in my childresn bedroomsReplyCancel

  • Charlotte

    Love the Belle Amour collection. I’d use them to adorn our living room, because we’ve FINALLY just got a long-needed new couch and it’s looking a little plain :( ReplyCancel

  • Must say, I don’t have kids but already have 2 of those cushions, so def my fav :) I would add fun and colour into my spare room :) ReplyCancel

  • I love the Escape the the Hampton selection – my lounge room needs theseReplyCancel

  • A bit of colour to our dark lounge would be brilliant!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous cushions! Love love love the kids range. My Son would love the dinosaur cushions.ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    I love the belle amour range, as I love all things French! It would look great in my living room to offset all the white!!ReplyCancel

  • Sheridan

    The French collection Belle Amour caught my attention as they have my colour scheme of red, black and white! They would look gorgeous on my black leather modular in the family room.

    Must. Control. Myself.
    :) ReplyCancel

  • Hmm, I think my favourite collection would be the Home Grown Collection. So many fun prints and great colours that would make my lounge room feel warm and inviting!ReplyCancel

  • Jane

    I am in the midst of having my lounge recovered at the moment – this would be perfect!ReplyCancel

    • Jane

      So hard to decide between the Home Grown or Beach House collection though.ReplyCancel

  • Mummy Brown

    I would love some of the toile from the Hamptons range in my bedroom!ReplyCancel

  • i love hamptons and chevron stuffs – this is perfect!ReplyCancel

  • Love the designs on these cushions – totally funky :) ReplyCancel

  • Love the new lounge Katrina – the cushions look great on there :) Have you done the picture wall yet???ReplyCancel

    • Megan, I am half way through it, I’ve been procrastinating about which frames. The frames that I initially brought didn’t come in 5×7 size, so I am searching for some new frames. I’m trying to make it budget friendly which is proving to be hard.ReplyCancel

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