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My kids have just about outgrown the bathtub.  The twins now 9 and my youngest 7 all inherited their dads long legs. So each night they are having showers.  After the kids had a bath the facewashers would easily dry over the tub ledge.  However now when having a shower I usually always find the […]

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  • Jessicacarey

    Love the hooks for the puffs in the shower,what a great idea.ReplyCancel

  • alannadale

    Great idea but no way I would spend that much on a shower caddy!ReplyCancel

  • Kazzie

    Love it! … a bit pricey but it looks modern and streamlined.ReplyCancel

  • Congratulations on a lovely clean shower – the caddy looks very practicalReplyCancel

  • Littleanglelstoo

    That looks divine – and your tiles are SPARKLING! Great job. We are about to complete our transition to the shower – can’t wait!

  • Stacey

    I really like this idea. But for $150 I am happy for the bottles to sit on the floor! ReplyCancel

  • tomi

    I’ve finally found the caddy I wanted but the man will not be pleased about the price tag though :(.

    Still worth bookmarking the site for later browsing 😉ReplyCancel

  • Belinda

    I feel sorry for your twins and their eczema. I was born with atopic eczema and diagnosed at 5 weeks of age. I suffer all year and it is not a good feeling. It is very hard for people to understand exactly how itchy the skin gets. ReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    Katrina I love your ideas and where did you find this website – it is an amazing discovery for the addicted organiser. We are about to do a bathroom makeover/reno and it has given me lots of inspiration! For eczema we have found great results in using Epsolm Salts (try in the bath. If using a shower, you can make a mix in a bottle and spray on before or use a foot bath.ReplyCancel

  • That’s a great idea Katrina! My kids are at that age as well, and with Eme having eczema and Seth not, the number of products in our shower is ridiculous. Love how organised your shower is…especially the little sponges hung in a row, up off the floor.ReplyCancel

  • brella

    Hi Kat – you just keep coming up with more and more ideas. I love your blog. I have been decluttering over the last few weeks and feel so much better just clearing out our house. Thank you for inspiring me. xoxReplyCancel

  • Alicia

    I LOVE Moo Goo! It’s the only thing I’ve found that keeps my sensitive skin and scalp calm. Love the shower caddy!ReplyCancel

  • What a clever idea!ReplyCancel

  • Jodene

    Wow, this shower caddy is fantastic! I am going to head over and see how I can get one. I have a metal one that hangs over the shower head, but I hate it. They always get rusty or they don’t sit straight. This one is perfect!ReplyCancel

  • MarissaBeautifullyOrganised

    Love it Kat – I shared it on the blog, hope that’s ok?ReplyCancel

  • Jude Dickson

    Wonderful idea…great design…but seriously could anyone justify $149.00 + postage for an acrylic shower shelf?
    Is it just me?  ReplyCancel

    • It’s very strong and durable, I will get my money’s worth for sure as the ones I have used in the past rust and corrode, where this one won’t.ReplyCancel

  • Raelene

    I have 3 teenagers in their bathroom and the amount of products that are scattered on the floor is rediculous…….. Your shower caddy may be expensive but at least it will be a one off cost! I off to order one now. Thanks :)ReplyCancel

  • I went to Bunnings/Masters and got a soap dispenser like they have in hotels on the walls with the shampoo and conditioner except I got one with three dispensers in one Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash (thats what I use anyhow) no bottles what so ever. And now that I can see how much is left in the dispenser I just buy the 1 Litre bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash when they are on sale and I only need to buy it every 3 or 4 weeks instead of weekly/fortnightly cause I am unsure if it will last the week or not.ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    How does the mentioned shower caddy hold up to shower/water scum & mould/mildew?ReplyCancel

  • EJ Butler

    Great idea. I have 2 shower caddy’s in my shower because I hate things on the floor. I have a few shampoos and conditioners in my shower because I wont waste expensive stuff on my boyfriend. I only recently got the new second one before that I had a suction cap one which kept falling off. great Idea but annoying. this one i have now is hanging over the glass and one over the shower head. I would pay $150 for a great shower caddy. I do wonder about the soap scum. another of my nightmares.ReplyCancel

  • Marisa

    that is exactly the shower caddy I have been searching for for our shower, thanks for postingReplyCancel

  • Jac

    I love this idea! Especially the hooks for the puffs. I have a glass shelf in my shower and tried this, but my hooks keep falling off, which ones did you use?ReplyCancel

  • Joanna

    what a great idea… love it…ReplyCancel

  • Robomum

    Love that rack. I’m in the same situation with my little one and I’m always picking up sopping facewashers.ReplyCancel

  • Jess

    As we do not have a glass shower I am having to think outside the box. I was wondering how the 3m holds up in the water with all the steam?ReplyCancel

  • Renee Simpson

    My girls don’t like the loofah says they say it hurts their skin, so I am going to put loops on their face washers and hang them off their shower caddy.ReplyCancel

Welcome to the another ‘Love it, Like it, Link it’ Blog Link Party!! If you have a blog please join in the fun linking up below your favourite blog post of the week (only one please) and there maybe a chance you are featured next week. HERE ARE 5 THAT I LOVED & LIKED The […]

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  • Russian Smoochies

    Thank you for the opportunity to share our blogs! I’m new to blogging and could really use some feedback, comments and followers. Much love for your blog and site! xxxxReplyCancel

  • […] been featured by The Organised Housewife  in her Love it, Like it, Link it feature this week. I feel so honoured to be featured on this lovely blog – Thanks very much Kat! I've […]ReplyCancel

  • Ash K

    Thank you Katrina for featuring my post :-)ReplyCancel

  • Desire Empire

    Thanks for hosting Kat

I love the idea of being pampered and having a lovely restful day on Mothers day.  What do you enjoy most about Mothers Day?  Below are some really lovely quotes plus creative acitivities you can do with your kids over the coming week. Mothers Day Clever hint to hubby | Putting on a party (website […]

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  • Dani

    Wonderful … I love the poems!
    I would appreciate if you could share some ideas for donations for school run Mother’s Day Stalls …. we sell the donated gifts for $5 and under.ReplyCancel

  • Trish

    Such super fun ideas Katrina , thank you for sharing ….got to show my husband now what he can do with the kids.

  • Renee Simpson

    I will be flying back from Sydney on Mothers Day after seeing Strictly Ballroom the musical. Having some mummy time that weekend and then spend some time with my husband and 2 girls.ReplyCancel

We recently upgraded our old TV to a flat screen, with that we also needed a new  TV unit.  I found a wonderful long unit to match the rest of our mahogany furniture. Our iron basket used to sit nicely next to the old TV.  We previously kept it in the laundry but then we […]

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  • Pahaha hiding the ironing pile… excellent, my ironing pile is hiding my favorite chair! Must get inspired today :)ReplyCancel

  • Yep mine usually hides something else rather than me hiding it! Will have to work on a good hidey hole…ReplyCancel

  • Where are all your dvd’s etc if not stored in the tv cabnet?ReplyCancel

  • Marcena74

    What a great idea! The baskets also hide the cables at the rear of the unit, too!ReplyCancel

  • Snotface Stinkbum's Mum

    ironing? what ironing? like you, i avoid clothes for myself that require ironing, and hubby is a mechanic – no need for ironing there either! Snotface Stinkbum is not at school yet, so no uniforms either! i iron so much (usually when i sew) that hubby found the ironing board whilst doing some decluttering in the spare room and asked me why we had it “to iron on, dear” “we have an iron?”

    but i do love the ‘non traditional’ use of the storageReplyCancel

  • Shoe_gal3178

    I don’t do ironing, I fold them straight off the line (For the things that get folded) and for the things that are hung I bring coat hangers out to the line and hang them straight on them and put them away. We have a big wardrobe (which helps a lot). And if I don’t have time to bring them in I won’t. But I mostly do.ReplyCancel

  • I only iron when I need something eg work clothes I either iron each morning or evening or do 5 days at once – I started this when I had 2 piles of ironing that I never ever got to. Much easier to just hang everything up as soon as its dry or fold up and put in the cupboards. The baskets are a good idea, but who wants to have your ironing basket under the TV?ReplyCancel

  • Kazzie

    I love it! That’s good thinking … ‘thinking outside the square’.

    Usually I have an ironing basket located on the laundry bench, but being an empty-nester, only throw a few to be ironed on the back of our chair in our eating room as a reminder! Convenient, but an eyesore.ReplyCancel

  • The ironing basket is in our room. It comes out every second Sunday night to sit by the front door so I don’t forget to leave it out for the Ironing Fairy. Aside from that, it sits on the floor between the door and dressing table. I toss the empty hangers back in there as well.ReplyCancel

  • I don’t have an ironing basket at all. All of our shirts are placed on hangers straight out of the washing machine. Once dry, they go straight into the wardrobe, to be ironed as they’re worn. It would make sense to dedicate a particular time each week to iron all the shirts etc, then I wouldn’t be running around like a crazy woman every morning!

    btw – those baskets look fabulous in your tv unit!! Genius.ReplyCancel

  • Joolzmac

    I do the same as Lisa Warren – I put away shirts as they are dry then iron as necessary – one each morning as part of my routine. Hubby is quite capable of ironing a shirt if need be. ReplyCancel

  • Letitia

    My ironing basket sits in my walk in robe until I get a chance to do it. I iron every time I sit and watch TV therefore do it quite regularly. Usually Sunday nights and a night during the week. I love neatly ironed clothes.ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    As I am an Ironing Lady, I do about 3-4 baskets a day for other people plus my own family, there is always lots of ironing here.ReplyCancel

  • … I do not iron. ReplyCancel

  • Jspunner

    My ironing basket is also in our wardrobe but my system is I cut my Mum’s hair she takes a bag of ironing & then I only have to iron it if I really need it.
    Katrina the baskets look great. Would you know where I could find something similar but smaller (like to fit in the Ikea expedit series bookcase) maybe in a faux leather? I can’t seem to find any & you seem to have agood eye for storage.

  • Jazz

    I had to think about this post for a while. I’ve fallen into the trap of having a plastic tub in front of the tv unit pretty much permanently which is full of my ironing to be done and I hate it. It goes away when I know I have visitors coming but for anyone who drops in, it is on display for all to see. Reading this post made me really think about this. Our side cabinets in our tv unit contain the kids’ hard cover books on the left, and I’ve take the door off it’s hinges to allow the kids access to the books rather than having to open the door all the time, and on the other side, our dvds etc with the door in place (we removed the handle when the kids were little – they couldn’t open it without but we could still manage).
    The kids never use these books any more (mind you, the minute I started thinking about getting rid of them, they went back to them again – doh!) so I am going to pack them up and move them. I’m going to get a proper book case and some might go in there, but the tv unit is going to have it’s door put back in place, and I’m going to find some pretty fabric or paper to cover the glass doors and in goes my washing. Thank you so much for this post! I’m so sure that not looking at my ironing all day will do a lot for my sanity!!ReplyCancel

  • Jodene

    I don’t have an ironing pile/basket either. Everything gets folded and put away after washing and in the evening I just iron the kids uniforms and whatever I want to wear for the next day and that’s it. Takes about 15 mins and it’s done. I just can’t bring myself to do hours of ironing in one go. I have too many other fun things I would rather be doing 😉 ReplyCancel

  • Eli

    My ironing basket is kept in the laundry. I fold anything that I can, straight off the line. Anything that has to be ironed gets done of a Sunday night, ready for the week. I love seeing my basket empty for the start of the week. It also means that I don’t have to panic each morning to iron uniforms (I’m so not a morning person) and get to sleep in a little longer.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    I love the long tv console unit… no glass doors! Where did you get it… been looking for just this style!!!ReplyCancel

  • I love reading all the comments for this post. My partner does all the ironing. I can’t/won’t iron. If it needs ironing, I give it away. I fold all washing as it comes off the line. And I hang what should be looked after a bit more. But my partner irons either the kids or his own clothes as they are pulled out of the wardrobes. I try to have tomorrow clothes pulled out before we go to bed, so he irons then. I do make it even however. I love being in the garden, and I do help with mowing and the garden up keep….ReplyCancel

  • […] Note:  Since writing this post, I have changed where I hide my laundry.  See full details here. […]ReplyCancel

  • Jaimie

    I don’t have an ironing basket. I have no room at all for one. I just put all the clothes away and if someone needs to wear something that needs ironing we iron it the night before.
    But that is still a clever place to hide other things.- a blanket for cold nights watching tv or maybe all the accessories for the playstation & wii.

    Where do you keep all of your DVDs?ReplyCancel

  • Elissa

    I iron only my clothes (hubbies a tradie and daughter’s clothes don’t need ironing) so its on an as needed basis.
    But as a side note, we have an indoor cat and to eliminate the smelly kitty litter (we were in a unit then) I trained him to use the toilet (as in adult toilet). Its quite nifty as we no longer have to buy litter, scoop his poop and deal with the smell. He does both in the toilet and we’ve only had 2 accidents when both were my fault as I left the toilet lid down. The smell is elmiinated as once its in the water it no loonger smells and I keep a container of disinfectant wipes next to the toilet if he does leave a mess on the seat (rarely).
    Just something to think about :)
    By the way I love this site!ReplyCancel

  • Roz

    I store mine in our walk in robe… But it is folded and ready to go though..ReplyCancel

  • Leann

    Mine always sits in a big pile on one end the couch – not a great look. I am now off on a mission to find a better way of storing my ironing pile – thanks :)ReplyCancel

  • Elly

    Marissa, you’re a legend!!! xxReplyCancel


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  • This may be helpful if you’d like to make a poppy with your little one today. If you don’t have red crepe paper, you can colour or paint some paper red. Lest We Forget.

    Source: Australian War Memorial

  • Leonie

    My father in law past away a few months ago. He survived being one of the ‘rat’s of Toorbruk’ during the war and went on to live a rich life. He was father of six, grandfather of 20, great grandfather of 9 and sadly missed today xxxxx Thinking of you and all the others diggers today Angus.ReplyCancel

  • guest

    Lest we forget!ReplyCancel

  • Amie McIlroy

    The boys were up early to attend the dawn service. My husband commented that it is only a little thing that once a year you get up a little bit earlier to pay respects to those that fight to keep our world and country free from terror. Respect to those that have done their duty and respect to those that have died for our continued liberties. Lest we forget.

The weather is changing along with our need to add some warmth into our wardrobe. Are you getting some of your winter woolies from the wardrobe, or perhaps pulling out the cosy bedsocks??   The Autumn Winter fashions have hit the stores.  After having kids my style sense went out the window, I really do […]

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  • Katrina Redcliffe

    After loosing 17 kilos over summer I need a new wardrobe with pants that don’t look like they belong to a clownReplyCancel

  • I have had this before and it was a scam. Is this one legit? ReplyCancel

  • No they are all spam and when you allow access you allow them access to your friends list and all their information. It should all be deleted. The link and go into settings where your apps are and delete there also :-) ReplyCancel

  • Nothing is a ‘giveaway’ on fb ReplyCancel

  • This one isn’t guys. Organised Housewife have teamed up with Westfield Helensvale to giveaway a $200 gift card. If you read the blog post details are there. ReplyCancel

  • I have had two kids in two years (yes just 12 months and 3 weeks apart) and developed gestational diabetes with both which meant not much weight gain at all. The youngest is now almost 9 months old, and I am 10kg lighter than when I first fell pregnant in 2010. While packing for a short trip away last night, I realised that my wardrobe consists of 3 tshirts (all same style just different shades) and three pairs of pants. Now I know how my 1 year old knows when we are going in the car – it is the only time I wear these clothes! I need a new outfit desperately so that I have something besides the shorts and shirt I currently wear!ReplyCancel

  • As there are many scams,particularly involving gift cards, can I suggest the word giveaway can be changed to competition or something similar. I wasn’t even going to click on the link because there are so many fake links that are shared.. Nice Comp!ReplyCancel

  • Lucyanne Hirst

    Never managed to get my wardrobe up and going again after the birth of my first daughter 2 years ago and have just had bug no 2. Need a new ‘mummy’ style wardrobe rather than my old party girl one, most of it doesn’t fit anyway!

  • I don’t need help, I need a wardrobe-ectomy! Fashion eludes me, and people have admitted in the past that they’ve laughed at my ensemble – but only after I’ve gone out for the day wearing it. ReplyCancel

  • This is real I am working together with my local Westfield (helensvsle, on the gold coast) to help promote their style worshops and the gift voucher is valid at all Westfield stores Australia wide.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    I am a walking cliche. Mother of 3 who still hasn’t ‘snapped back into shape’. Love fashion, just not on me…ReplyCancel

  • Nina

    OMG I am going back to work part time in less than 3 months after 2 babies and I have nothing to wear!!! Help me!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jessikah_1986

    I need more then help! Mummy of a 12 month old and I am 23 weeks pregnant, I was my biggest in Summer last year and will be my biggest in Winter this – So unless I get some help it is going to be a cold cold Winter of me in summer clothing – which I was 25kgs heavier the last time i wore it.. So i already look funny enough!ReplyCancel

  • Melinda

    Oh I so need new and different clothes (90% of my current wardrobe are “house” clothes), but I promised myself I will not buy anymore until Ihave purged the old stuff from my wardrobe first.ReplyCancel

  • Liannedgong

    I need shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!! of course and some jeans and a jacket would be loverlyReplyCancel

  • Gaye

    I’m in my 40’s & need a updated look from frumpy suburban Mum…ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    After two gorgeous babies I’m almost at my goal weight, I’d love to celebrate with clothes that not only fit well but look awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Katherine

    Post baby, my clothes either don’t fit, don’t work to feed in or look worn out now that I’ve unpacked them post pregnancy. A few new bits and pieces without thinking about the budget would be such a treat.ReplyCancel

  • Spockmoon

    I think that there is always someone more worthy than myself to win something where you have to offer up why you deserve to be the winner. I don’t have an Aussie battler story to offer as to why I am more deserving than others. I am not rich in monetary terms yet I am not poor or wanting. Yes I covet what others have, as do most. Like most ladies, I am always wanting more stylish clothes, shoes and handbags, and like most, I usually ensure my family get their needs met first, leaving me without. So yes, I would like to win a voucher, as everyone else here does, alas I do not have a deserving story that will win me that voucher. To all those ladies who do have a greater need than mine, I wish you luck!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lise

    Gosh, I wouldn’t know where to start with a voucher – all of my clothes could do with being replaced :)ReplyCancel

  • Because even 6 months after having my bub, none of my nice clothes fit :(ReplyCancel

  • Thecaige

    As a mum of four, I would love to have the opportunity to go shopping & buy something for MYSELF. And Update to my old & weary wardrobe would be most welcome!!!ReplyCancel

  • I just had my sixth baby….and baby does this mummy need some grooving up….ReplyCancel

  • Krystle Seville

    Great comp!
    I’m due to have my first baby in 5 weeks and will definitely need a wardrobe revamp after bub is out! Hot mummy outfits here I come!ReplyCancel

  • Leigh hopton

    I feel frumpy and out-of-date with my current wardrobe :(ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    I would love some money to get a new outfit – and West field is the best!ReplyCancel

  • Buying clothing for myself (instead for the kids) for a change would be a dreamReplyCancel

  • Kate A

    Going back to work after having my first baby a year ago. Definitely need to jazz up the wardrobe. That might help me be more confident too as I’m sooooo nervous!ReplyCancel

  • Nearly 50 but I don’t feel it and don’t want to look like my mother, help meReplyCancel

  • Kate

    living on a farm has completely depleted my shopping mojo, especially with a 1 year old in tow my clothes have all become ‘farm work clothes’ & i borrow instead of buy if i head to the city as my newwest clothes are maternity ones from 13 months ago when i was 20kg heavierReplyCancel

  • I have given birth to 7 kids and now I have no idea what to wear for my shape and still look like I’m wearing maternity clothesReplyCancel

  • Katie Pyle

    Because I never had a Mum who showed me how to really ‘dress with style’ReplyCancel

  • I have four children, and have lost a lot of weight following the death of my mother, really need some me time, never have the money to spend on me and never had nice clothes to wear, just like everyother mother I havent made the time for myselfReplyCancel

  • Liz

    Back at work after having 2 kids and the wardrobe is lacking big time and really don’t know what suits me anymore.ReplyCancel

  • Robinsonconcrete

    Pick me pick me :)ReplyCancel

  • crystal jones

    Desperately need this i cant remember the last time i bought myself new clothes, im wearing my pregnancy clothes still and my daughter is one, im in a fairly new relationship and so embarrassed of my wardrobe!ReplyCancel

  • Samy_savva

    Oh my lord Westfield gift card to the value of $200???? what a giveaway! HELLO winter flat boots I have been eyeing off for weeks. PLEASE pretty pleaseReplyCancel

  • Debbie Mowatt-Gee

    Cause I’m a dag and Look bad lol! Any help would be appreciated!ReplyCancel

  • Have a tom boy look. In dire need for a little mystery to be etched into my life. An air or element that can wow a few faces. ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    Because I really have no wardrobe style. I sort of lost touch with what style is after I had my children.ReplyCancel

  • Mmzcwozniak

    I love Westfield Helensvale! Especially the great kids park. Top place for a catch up with friendsReplyCancel

  • lou

    i need new clothes. the past few months have had many changes for me and not many new items in my wardrobe….ReplyCancel

  • Megan Wilson

    After having my son 9 months ago my body shape has never been the same as before. While I fit most of my old clothes they don’t suit my new body shape. I’d love a new wardrobe, I never by myselft new clothes, instead I spend money on buying bubba new clothes. Winning the voucher would definitely take away the guilt. :) great compReplyCancel

  • 14weeks pregnant and EVERYTHING is getting tighter. Need I say more? :)ReplyCancel

  • Jolene

    I love being organized, shopping for storage items makes me excited as does shopping for winter fashion! Being the Auzzie average size 14, classic hourglass it can be a challenge to find the right style & shape for my body. Would love to attend workshops or win the $$….!ReplyCancel

  • Lee

    Certainly could do with some new clothes with the cooler season upon us!ReplyCancel

  • I live in a small country town with limited choices for purchasing clothes. This would give me an excuse to head to the Sunshine Coast or Brisbane to go shopping.ReplyCancel

  • Far too easy to spend. So much variety and quality stores.ReplyCancel

  • Mandcpalmer

    I need ti win a $200 gift card so I can buy me a smokin hot pair of SHOES!! I’m sick of $5 jobbies! I want something sexy!ReplyCancel

  • Kobi

    A new wardrobe would be fab!!!

  • linda

    i could really use some new clothes and inspiration

  • Carolyn

    Wow $200 to spend on me!!??ReplyCancel

  • Tracy

    I have work clothes and daggy house clothes. I NEED clothes that love me like I love them lolReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    Will need help finding clothes that flatter my Mummy body shape instead of showing off the wobbly bits though!ReplyCancel

  • Kirstybell

    After 15 years in Melbourne I need to make my wardrobe more Qld style and fresh. New outlook new clothes. Good to be home in Qld. ReplyCancel

  • Christine Poole

    I sooo need this because I’m too scared to spend money to try something new…. just seem to stick with the same old, same old…. black, plain etc! HELP!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie

    As a working mum of 20 month old twins, I feel I need help to look half decent when I go to leave the house!ReplyCancel

  • Elise

    Busy work and home life, could always use an extra hand, especially shopping!ReplyCancel

  • Maahaa111

    just had baby No 2 and joined weight watchers a week ago, looking forward to a healthier new me in a few months and a new wardrobe would be the icing on the cakeReplyCancel

  • Peta

    I’vebeen pregnant or breast feeding for the last 7 years so I definitely need a new wardrobe to help me feel human again and not limited to maternity or breast feeding friendly clothes.ReplyCancel

  • jo

    I love Westfield shopping centres & could not think of a better place to buy a new wardrobe of clothing : )ReplyCancel

  • Amie

    I definitely need new clothes. Now that my boys are getting a little bigger I need some nicer clothes and to be able to spend time shopping just for me without feeling guilty!ReplyCancel

  • Alexis

    I need help in my winter wardrobe because it is from the 90s…ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Barr

    Oooh what a great giveaway! I had two kids in 19mths, lost an unhealthy amount of weight in between pregnancies & since having my second, have put on weight…I have had to buy a new wardrobe every couple of months due to my body’s weight changes & we’re going to NZ in July & I have nothing warm enough that fits eeeeek!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jule

    While I’d love it for me my little ones have gone through growth spurts I didn’t budget on so clothes that reach their wrists and ankles would be a big plus!ReplyCancel

  • Kelli Stevens

    Ooh yay, I need some more staple items for my wardrobe and a bunch of stuff for my husband as he’s lost nearly 15kg in the past 4 months. I’m so proud of him!ReplyCancel

  • Trish

    I haven’t had much of a wardrobe since I became a mostly stay at home mum 6 yrs ago – having twin dirt magnet boys I wear a lot of black and I have not bought a dress since before conception ! ReplyCancel

  • Kyegki

    I need this because i take my kids fashion more seriously than my own lol!!!ReplyCancel

  • Well, to begin with, 90% of my wardrobe is black. I need an injection of colour and a brand new wardrobe, because I hardly ever clothes shop for myself!ReplyCancel

  • Anna Foran

    I’ve just realised at 18 months post-bub that my current style, called ‘not in my pyjamas’, is not going to cut it much longer. Please rescue me from my mummy uniform of crop pants and Tshirts!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey-Lee

    I would need help because I simply have no idea. I have become one of those Mums – that dress for practicality and comfort not ‘in fashion’ or even ‘feel good’. Can’t even dig far back into the cupboard for those once worn good clothes cos they went out with the 25 kilos last year! Replacements have been few and far between and I wear the same thing ALL the time!

    What a great prize. Best of luck to all that enter.ReplyCancel

  • Karina w

    I have no fashion sense that matches my cheapness! Everything I like is expensive!ReplyCancel

  • jek06

    I have never been creative or game enough to step outside of the basic colours and clothes. A little bit of help to find a style that suits me what be wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • Anita Davis

    I need help with my wardrobe styling because I never seem to be able to “nail the look” with what I’ve got… So a little help would be oh so lovely to help me feel oh so lovely too!ReplyCancel

  • Sabrina

    Lost most of my baby weight recently and now my baby is grown up, I need help to find my style! I find I tend to tshirt and shorts.ReplyCancel

  • Catty

    Just had a baby so am looking forward to doing some winter shopping and updating my wardrobe!! I would love some help with dressing myself to better hide my pear shape! :)ReplyCancel

  • Aly

    I havn’t had time to keep up with fashion, so tend to wear my good ol’ jeans and t-shirt…. time for an update I think.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan

    My style is in definite need of an update! I’ve been studying full-time for just over a year now, and during that time I haven’t had even $5 spare to spend on clothes or accessories…the clothes I have are starting to fall apart, and I’m tired of looking awful!ReplyCancel

  • Gifts4sarah

    Need to get out of my comfort zone, out of my house and definetly out of my trackies ReplyCancel

  • stacey

    i would love this so I could take my best friend shopping. we are both bigger girlsbut she lacks confidence which means lack of clothes. id love to win this on her behalf so she wouldn’t need to worry about spending a dime we could have an amazing day and from then on she could feel hot and confident with the latest fashions.ReplyCancel

  • Tammy

    I always spend money on my daughter instead of me. I would love to inject some new outfits into my wardrobe and feel beautiful again. ReplyCancel

  • Marypres

    I don’t know that I actually have a style. It would be wonderful to create a style that fits me & my lifestyle.ReplyCancel

  • Ashleigh

    It would be great to be able to update my wardrobe and not have to spend my own money doing so! ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    I could very easily spend $200 at my local Westfield!ReplyCancel

  • Raynermichelle

    Me + $200 Westfield card = 😀ReplyCancel

  • I don’t have a wardrobe style… when i became a mum to 4 wonderful children and wife to one incredible husband i think i lost me being an individual along the way. Currently a pair of jeans and a tshirt are my style but i’m slowly creeping back to clothing finding a dress recently that i had to have and organising some shopping time with the gals to help pull me out of my mummy wardrobe rut!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Baker

    Because Im prgnate and in need of some new stylish gear for my growing tummmyReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Need some stylish maternity wear for my 3rd winter pregnancy so that I don’t look like I’m stuck in a time warp! ReplyCancel

  • Rachelle

    I am still wearing clothes that I wore since the birth of my last child and he will be 9yrs old this year.ReplyCancel

  • After losing some weight following my two children and ditching some bad habits – i have the lovely problem of having no winter clothes that fit. It would be nice to be able to spoil myself for a change :)ReplyCancel

  • Carly

    I only recently donated a top I wore to my GRADE 6 disco. I am 28 so it is about 17 years old. I suppose I should be grateful I can still fit into the same clothes as an 11 year old but I have a feeling it didn’t look quite the same almost 20 years later :)ReplyCancel

  • I desperately need some clothes that fit.ReplyCancel

  • Kerryinoz

    Maybe Maternity Hospital’s could include a pamphlet in the ‘new mum pack’ that warns that you ‘may’ be robbed of your sense of style after having children.
    Giving solution suggestions like – ‘Its okay to seek the help of a stylist’ – ‘You are worth it !!’
    ‘If you look good, you will feel good and happy mummy = happy family :-)

    I love my easy mummy summer wardrobe, but really struggle with a sense of style keeping warm.ReplyCancel

    • kerryinoz

      BTW – my suggestion above was in humour,not a real suggestion :-) LOLReplyCancel

  • Shezza79

    awesome prize! fingers crossed :-) and good luck to all who enter!ReplyCancel

  • Liz B

    To branch out from the mummy/uni student uniform of jeans+tee+sneakers into something more fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • Renee Patterson

    Would love some new clothes to fit my bigger body after my baby!ReplyCancel

  • Vsfox

    After 3 babies in 3 years I’m back to my pre baby weight days and have nothing to wear! $200 towards new clothes could go a long way!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve started my health kick joined the gym and eating healthy will need some new clothes soon :-) ReplyCancel

  • Rowena Rose

    Going through a breakup so really need some new clothes for the new me.ReplyCancel

  • Boocuddles

    I get so tired of the samey clothes in stores and the fact that we are locked in to the style of the moment,even we do look like a fat sausage in it!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara

    My wardrobe doesn’t like me. Nothing fits and nothing looks good. It’s such a mess that I need to send in the search partyReplyCancel

  • Gill

    After having three kids (18mths, 4yrs & 7yrs) I am finally back to my pre pregnancy weight (which is awesome!!) but unfortunately my wardrobe is full of 7yrs worth of too big clothes!ReplyCancel

  • Kat

    i need help so i don’t look old and fat ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    I seem to ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    I seem to have changed shape since having a baby.. Nothing in my wardrobe looks right anymore! I seem to have spent the last 12 months shopping for baby clothes – I’d love a turn of shopping for me!ReplyCancel

  • Poor daggy mummy!

    If I win this gift card I solemnly swear to spend the money on clothes for myself, instead of clothes for my kids like I always do! :)

  • Su'Anna

    I still have clothes in my wardrobe from the 80’s!!!ReplyCancel

  • my style is outdated and i could use some HELP! Thanks for a super giveaway!
    My email: anashct1 [at] yahoo [dot] comReplyCancel

  • Sallyannroe

    Boy could I use a makeover! Can’t remember when I bought a new outfit.
    It would be wonderful to have the opportunity to get me some new clothes.ReplyCancel

  • Jenn

    I definately need a makeover. Weight gain due to medication (which is now slowing coming off due to off medication yah!) I don’t have any winter clothes other than 1 pair of jeans. With four kids, and only one of us working, budget doesn’t stretch to clothing. Some new clothes would certainly boost my confidence.ReplyCancel

  • Pennyg4

    Specialist help, not friendly advice needed, desperately require makeover speedy!ReplyCancel

  • Jacky

    I certainly need some inspiration for my winter wardrobe. Love Westfield’s style magazine.

  • Elise

    With the weather cooling down, I headed to my wardrobe the other day to find some warm clothes – I eneded up in maternity jeans (and no I am not pregnant) and a very old jumper – I definatley need to add to my winter wardrobeReplyCancel

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4MyEarth 4MyEarth® aim is to help make a difference in healing our earth, starting with the little things, their eco-friendly products.  Stocking a range of different product, scarves, shawls, produce bags, stainless steel bottles, the Wow Wallet™, lunchbags and reusable sandwich wraps and pockets.   These handmade Bamboo Silk blend shawls are incredibly soft, smooth and luxurious. Exactly […]

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  • Alisa Garate

    I love those little blue lunch sacks! Perfect for my kids who don’t need a big lunch pail.ReplyCancel

  • donna

    Love the big sandwich wraps…just so versatile!ReplyCancel

  • Denise

    Love layering pieces in winter & this shawl looks beautiful! Going to check out their other items now too :)ReplyCancel

  • Kerrinish

    I think the sandwich wraps and snack bags etc look fantastic. Never realised how much disposable plastic wrap and ziplock bags we use per year, disgraceful really! And will be much cheaper with reusable ones.

  • Krwhan

    I love love love bamboo fabrics. So incredibly soft. And the shawl looks just gorgeous.ReplyCancel

  • Is this linking? I can’t see where to enter? (haven’t done this before) does it work via iPhone, or am I not seeing all and need laptop? Eek. ReplyCancel

  • The red is a gorgeous colour for winter.ReplyCancel

  • I like the WOW wallet, it looks like an awesome gift idea.ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    Gorgeous rich colour! Would be perfect for the cooler months! I can just see myself snuggled next to the fire with this baby, reading good books to the kids. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    Is this where we comment on our favourite 4 my earth product? Well, I’m a sucker for scarves and shawls. I can’t even pick from the website which one is my favourite, but what really excites me about these ones is that they are fair trade!!! That’s like a big green light for me!ReplyCancel

  • Lucy mcL

    Gorgeous shawl, I adore the red ReplyCancel

  • Gaye

    So many eco-friendly items to choose from! Probably the item I like the most are the Shawls – Turquoise, I love that they are made traditionally & that buying really supports an overseas local community.ReplyCancel

  • What a fantastic idea 4MyEarth! Eco friendly & gives back to the small communities where the products were made…ReplyCancel

  • What a lovely looking shawl, it looks delightfully enveloping and comforting.ReplyCancel

  • Ooh how beautiful! Would love love love to win this! Red is my favourite colour! Keep up the great work Kat!ReplyCancel

  • Love the idea of the wow wallet, a great gift idea for kids. An excellent way to introduce the concept of being Eco friendly and trendy to the consumers of tomorrow – our most precious asset, children.ReplyCancel

  • Ingrid

    Live this amazing scarfe!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Rivett

    What a treat, I have brought lots of bamboo clothing for my bubs but none for myself as yetReplyCancel

  • Rtklose1

    I have never worn a shawl or scarf, but these look so soft and luxurious.ReplyCancel

  • Kelley

    I LOVE scarves and shawls. They are just so practical here in Queensland when you don’t need a heavy outer layer. Thanks for the opportunity to win.ReplyCancel

  • Melissab

    My favourite product would be the Exfoliating Silk Towel. I love that it’s natural and gentle enough to use every day- and a great bonus- it’s Fairtrade!! It’s great to support a Cambodian family that have farmed silk for generations.ReplyCancel

  • Catty

    I love scarfs! In Melbourne you need to wear one most of winter otherwise you freeze to death so this giveaway is perfect!! Love Purple and Red so very excited! ReplyCancel

  • Pincesslynley

    I love scarfs! I have wearing scarfs with dresses during the winter months! ReplyCancel

  • Princesslynley

    My favourite item would have to be the lunch sacks. They are a gorgeous colour and very practical for me because I take my lunch to work everyday. ReplyCancel

  • Yasmin

    I wore my last favourite silk scarf to shreds, I loved it so much. So it’s time for a new one – and try out the bamboo/silk combination, it sounds lovely. And I definitely love purple, red and blue – so fingers crossed. XXXReplyCancel

  • Tab

    The scarves are beautiful! What a great idea for my mother-in-law’s birthday in a few months!ReplyCancel

  • Larissa

    Ooo…I love scarves!ReplyCancel

  • my favorite is the lunch bagReplyCancel

  • Kim

    i need a new scarfe for winterReplyCancel

  • Nikitnikit

    looks great xReplyCancel

  • Hiselbobbie

    my fav would be the Exfoliating TowelReplyCancel

  • kerry santillo

    I love the Aleppo soaps, a bit of pampering sounds nice :)ReplyCancel

  • Tess Thomson

    I’m loving the sound of the exfoliating silk towels, what a fabulously innovative, natural way to scrub away the dead skin cells!ReplyCancel

  • P Schelbach

    The scarves are beautiful! A Scarf can really dress up an ordinary outfit. It’s the perfect winter accessoryReplyCancel

  • 4MyEarth Sandwich wraps & pockets. Not only is it good for the environment, it’s good for the pocket.ReplyCancel

  • Katie Pyle

    Oooo love the look of the lunch bag! What a great idea to take to playgroup or the like!ReplyCancel

  • Nerys Lewis

    I’m loving the look of the 4MyEarth Cotton Scarf, looks so versatile especially with the colder months coming up. I am also loving the look and style of the lunch bags too though :)

  • Tane

    The scarves are a must for the coming cold months, going on my Mothers Day wish list.ReplyCancel

  • TanyaCrerar

    These shawls look amazingly soft. Love the colours too.ReplyCancel

  • Liz Borham

    I love a beautiful scarf and can never have enough! The silk blend shawls look so soft and gorgeous, with colours almost good enough to eat! Thanks for sharing a lovely website.ReplyCancel

  • Ernie_262

    I am in love with scarves at the moment, and these look amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Nina

    I can’t wait until my babies are old enough to use the lunch bags as they look awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Carly

    The sandwich wraps are fantastic. I love them!! Fingers crossed re the shawl as I’ll need it in about five months – and counting!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Rhonda Lockery

    I would love one of these Bamboo silk shawls ,I can only imagine how soft and luxurious they would feelReplyCancel

  • Karina w

    I love the Cotton Scarf. It’s so colourful so it matches almost everything in your wardrobe.ReplyCancel

  • Love that scarf!ReplyCancel

  • Marypres

    I love all the LUNCH BAGS. Great shape, size & funky designs.ReplyCancel

  • Holly N.

    I am really growing to love scarfs and these are just so beautiful! They are great for adding an extra layer as I get cold easy. ReplyCancel

  • Aly

    Love the Sandwich wraps, what a fab idea!ReplyCancel

  • LOVE the 4MyEarth Scarves – the colours are just divine and I really cant believe the price is so low! ReplyCancel

  • Dianne Childs

    I love the Stainless Steel Bottles because they are great for the environment and heaps easier to clean, too!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren B

    I love the wow wallet and totally, completely must have one – even if only to find the secret compartment 😉ReplyCancel

  • Kath_3333

    Wow love all the products. just gorgeous

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We were still housebound from suspected whooping-cough Monday and Tuesday of last week.  The kids were surprisingly really good, but being stuck inside saw us all getting a little cabin fever and I started to get snappy.  As soon as were given the OK and all clear (we never had whooping-cough after all) we visited […]

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  • Omg what time do you wake up beautiful lady. No wonder your organised 😀ReplyCancel

  • Melissa

    My fav is the monkey, cause he always makes me laugh!!ReplyCancel

  • Jodi taylor

    I am really enjoying all your tips and ideas.
    So thankyou very much.ReplyCancel

  • Jo Matheson

    I love your site and so many friends have told me they follow it now because they saw me following it on FBReplyCancel

  • Kim R

    simba of course jusy love himReplyCancel

  • Fiona _G

    Still loving the tips (however many months in). Must-read info each morning!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly B

    The sidekicks are usually my favourite in Disney movies – Timon & Pumba are hilarious!!!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Taylor

    I lived watching the lion king with my little sister and now my kids are loving it too!ReplyCancel

  • Bec G

    I LLLLOOOOOVVVVVVVVEEEEEE Lion King movies!!!! Would love to buy these but money is too tight :(ReplyCancel

  • Renee Mills

    My favourite is rafiki he always makes me laughReplyCancel

  • Venny Sarmiento

    Timon and Puba are hysterical!!ReplyCancel

  • Shireen Baker

    Love all the characters, can’t pick just one favourite! My daughter in law is African and these movies remind her of home. She is teaching her 3yo about Kenya and African custom.ReplyCancel

  • crystal jones

    Is love these for my girls (1&4) they’ve only ever seen the first one!ReplyCancel

  • crystal jones

    I’d have to say nala is my favourite always has been just love the playfulness of herReplyCancel

  • Misty Jones

    My fav is Timon and Pumbaa how can you go past Hakuna Mutata!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Gorton

    Always the wisecrack jokers Timon and Pumbaa bring comedy to The Lion King!ReplyCancel

  • Andrew

    My kids love Lion King thanks for the chance to enter.ReplyCancel

  • halie opiie

    this movie came out in my “younger days” i loved timon and pumbaReplyCancel

  • Kylie Whittaker

    Hakuna Matata!!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Whittaker

    Timon & Pumba – classic little team bringing many a laugh to young and old!!ReplyCancel

  • Jenene

    My Mr 5 is just starting to get into long movies. Can’t wait for him & Miss 2 to discover Lion King.ReplyCancel

  • teresa hogg

    my lil girl loves simba as she loves lionsReplyCancel

  • Tammy Maskrey

    Timon and Pumba are hilarious characters :-)ReplyCancel

  • Sam Meakin

    I love Mufasa – I’m gonna type that again ‘Muuuuufaaasssa’ Oooooo!ReplyCancel

  • They are such classic movies – Rafiki you can’t beat the wisdom of a monkeyReplyCancel

  • I’m a Pumbah fan, he might be a big character and not seem very smart but he is a fun character and often comes out with some wise things.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan

    I can’t believe I’ve still never watched 2 or 3! Sounds like I’m missing out…ReplyCancel

  • Meghan

    Favourite Lion King character is definitely Nala!ReplyCancel

  • Jakki

    My favourite has always been Simba-he is just so cute and adorableReplyCancel

  • Annsculley

    Simba is my favourite and my daughters :)ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Baker

    Lion King My fave al time movie, I still get a little tear in the first oneReplyCancel

  • Hiselbobbie

    nala is my favorite!ReplyCancel

  • Kakan

    My niece would absolutely love this.ReplyCancel

  • ebakkalis

    Simba is my favourite – the lion is such a majestic creature and I have a special liking for them because my star sign is a Leo!ReplyCancel

  • Marypres

    I love Timon: such a fun, wise cracking little creature.ReplyCancel

  • Anne

    My Favourite has to be ZAZU. He is funny for young and oldReplyCancel

  • Karina w

    Pumba. He is too funny!ReplyCancel

  • Bec S

    My favourite is Simba…he is such a lovable lion – who turns out to be great!ReplyCancel

  • Simba is my Favourite so cute!! And the kiddies think he’s pretty special too :-) ReplyCancel

  • Marelle Jackman

    Oh what a fabulous day out – thanks for the opportunity to win this
    Simba is my fave!!ReplyCancel

  • I love the comedic double that is Timon and Pumbaa, great to listen to and it makes the kids laugh.ReplyCancel

  • Kath_3333

    My favourite character would have to be Pumba. He is so funny and always makes me smile with his big pig song :)ReplyCancel

  • Gaye

    Timon – he’s a misfit that does good… in the end…. ReplyCancel

  • kate ludbrook

    i looooooove simba =)ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    Zazu. So clever. “Well the buzz from the bees is that the leopards are in a bit of a spot. And the baboons are going ape over this. Of course, the giraffes are acting like they’re above it all… The tick birds are pecking on the elephants. I told the elephants to forget it, but they can’t. The cheetahs are hard up, but I always say, cheetahs never prosper… “ReplyCancel

  • Emma Zajac

    I’m embarrassed to say I’ve never watched The Lion King!ReplyCancel

  • Cassy

    I don’t have a favourite, I love them all, even Ed the hyena!! (OK, well maybe all except Scar…) and The Lion King is my favourite movie of all time… I have SO much Lion King paraphernalia… I even have the movie in French- Le Roi Lion!!!! But all mine are on old VHS and I would love to update them to DVD!ReplyCancel

  • Fatin

    simba all the way!ReplyCancel

  • dean

    Simba is a lovable softyReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Wall

    Pumba, because he’s funny! Ps. Love your site I read your emails daily! My friends ask why I read it as they call me an organised freak, but I say i might pick up something new!! And I have! I love being organised!! Thank you for sharing your inspiration xxReplyCancel

  • Paula

    We have only just got Lion King on DVD – so we haven’t had a chance to watch it – but I was a teenager when it was first released and Simba was lovely. ReplyCancel

  • Lee-Anne Pearce

    Simba is our favouriteReplyCancel

  • Kaitlyn Burrage

    I love Nala from the movie. she is always the sensible one trying to keep simba doing the right thing doesnt always work but…. she is very cuteReplyCancel

  • Andrew

    Mufasa is a great role model for his young son. His presence resonates throughout the movie.ReplyCancel

  • Allison brown

    I love Timon and Pumba cause they show you don’t have to be the same to be friends.ReplyCancel

  • student_000000-student

    Rafiki was determined to prove to Simba that he could still be king – regardless of the latter’s past.ReplyCancel

  • Mumma2boys

    Loved Lion King when I was younger, now my boys are seeing the advertisements for Lion King 2 & 3 and scream ‘mum mum thats the one can we watch it pppllllleeeeaaassseee!!’ I cant wait to watch it with themReplyCancel

  • Jenny

    You cant have Pumba without Timon!!! Hakuna Matata…. ReplyCancel

  • Raelene's Ramblings

    Sound like you had a great day at Australia Zoo. I was there 2 years ago on Australia Day. Now that is the place to be. John Williamson sung. Great day.
    PS I love the Lion King more that the kids, I’m sure

  • Jess

    We, just yesterday, bought Lion King on DVD for our kids. Was one of my favourite movies growing up. I love Pumba, especially in a hula skirt!!!! Cracks me up every time!ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn

    Pumba & Timon! Love the song Hakuna Matata, just so catchy!!!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara

    Pumbaa always makes me laughReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    It wouldn’t be Lion King without Simba. I love SimbaReplyCancel

  • Anthea

    I love Nala , my daughter named our dog after this wonderful character.ReplyCancel

  • Jacci

    Pumba, he is just too funny :-)

  • Gkhislop

    Simba of course !

  • Princesslynley

    Timon, such an intelligent creature. He was always my favourite and I just found him so funny. ReplyCancel

  • Monica

    All of them! The story is an universal one and they are all great!ReplyCancel

  • Simba is my fav :)ReplyCancel

  • Pooks12

    Absolutely love The Lion King.ReplyCancel

  • Elissa

    I have a soft spot for Simba for nostalgic reasons. Haven’t introduced the Lion King to my daughter’s yet but looking forward to doing so.ReplyCancel

  • I love Pumba he’s the comic reliefReplyCancel

  • my fav character is pumba he has the funniest moments and always gets the kids laughingReplyCancel

  • Bellebabble

    Timone because he taught me Hakuna Matata…now worries for the rest of my days. What a wonderful philsophy!ReplyCancel

  • Allison

    Scar – every movie needs a bad guy!ReplyCancel

  • Maahaa111

    timone, little and spunky, makes me feel ok about being so short :-)ReplyCancel

If you were following on facebook recently you would have read that our family has been a little sick, so much so we were by doctors orders house bound for 5 days with suspected whooping-cough. Long story short, we stayed indoors for 5 days, missed easter with family to then find out late afternoon on […]

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  • Great idea….but I actually love your other wall with your baby fotos….youve just inspired me…:)ReplyCancel

  • Lorraine

    That’ looks great. It is a great use of space….cleaver idea using the fabric squares.ReplyCancel

  • Very very clever lady. ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    i actually love the way you have done your family pics with the words, that is so nice and homey. Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten

    I agree with Mel, I reallylove the family photos. Where did you get the wording from loke that, to stick on the wall. x Love it. ReplyCancel

    • Kirsten

      Oh man I stuffed that up…. “really love” and “like” That’s what happens when miss 2 is climbing on me while trying to type. :) ReplyCancel

  • Sandra

    They look amazing katrina, job well done.ReplyCancel

  • Margaret Perusich

    What a brilliant idea. I have two fabric panels that I made at a silk painting workshop on my honeymoon in Bali 15 years ago – I’ve never known what to do with them. Off to the discount shop now to buy some canvases. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Dani

    Gorgeous! Love the ideaReplyCancel

  • Hln4paul

    Love this idea! Could also had some glitter to them for a 3d effect.ReplyCancel

  • Copying! I love yr page – keeps me motivated and happy – thank u :)ReplyCancel

  • Luv the idea of using material as wall art. ReplyCancel

  • luv especially the photo’s with the inspriational words as an added bonusReplyCancel

  • I love butterflies too, Katrina, and this arrangement looks fabulous! I love how the background colour matches your lounge chairs perfectly and just adds that punch of colour – perfect for the coming cooler months.

    Are you going to give us a “house tour” anytime soon? I love your classic modern style :)


  • They’re gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

  • Fiona

    They look great – well done! ReplyCancel

  • What a great use of fabric Katrina! The butterflies look so lovely on your wall, and certainly add that pop of colour you were seeking.ReplyCancel

  • Kate Sins

    Kat, this looks gorgeous – i’m so inspired to do something. We have so many large, bare walls!ReplyCancel

  • Jodene

    Wow, they look fantastic! They have really brightened up that space on your wall!ReplyCancel

  • Nchristie

    Looks great, I do that also, bought 1m of fabric from Lincraft for $12, when u get sick of it easily changed. I have to ask though where did you buy the sticks for your vase? ReplyCancel

    • I purchased them just recently from Vast. Vast is at our local Helensvale HomeWorld. They came in a variety of different colours, blue, orange, beige and red. ReplyCancel

  • Emilylucas83

    i do this also but when i buy a bed spread i just buy an extra set of matching cushions and use the cushion covers to glue to the wall canvas, that way you have matching wall art to the doona cover….lovely cheap ideaReplyCancel

  • Narelle Simone

    I have made our own wall art in a similar way, I found a cheap doona cover which I liked and the colours matched our lounge, I cut sections from it and stapled these over a cheap frame from an art supplies shop. The frames all match but are not the same, look great….and can be changed with new fabric if we make any colour changes. I also have the rest of the doona fabric aside to use for other projects (the background colour is white so great to have….am planning to use a small piece inside a photo frame, minus the glass, and stitch our daughters dancing medals onto it….nicely framed and a keepsake)
    Thanks for your posts :)ReplyCancel

  • KC76

    Great idea! Another idea my friend came up with was to buy a lovely piece of wrapping paper and frame it – it looks great on her bedroom wall!ReplyCancel

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This weeks meal plan Monday – Beef and vegetable stir fry Tuesday – Prawn sandwiches (thankyou to my Dad for bring something special around for Mr Organised and I wedding anniversary) Wednesday – Pizza by candlelight  Thursday – Rainbow Chicken Logs Friday – Bacon and pumpkin pesto pasta Saturday – night out Sunday – Steak with seasoning, […]

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  • flyingdrunkenmonkey

    We’re having an almost entirely vegetarian week this week – just for something different.


  • Jacqui (CRAP Mamma)

    I love your meal plan this week. We tried the McCormacks BBQ mate seasoning while we were in Melbourne and it’s the absolute bomb! Yummo!
    Thanks for the recipe ideas and thanks for the link-up too xReplyCancel