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May 042013
 

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Only one week to go until Mother’s Day, time to get organised if you aren’t already. While your is husband is (hopefully) working on a way to make your day extra special it is probably your job to sort the presents for your mother and mother-in-law. In our house that is definitely my responsibility and I think I’ve got it all under control this year. All that was missing was a sweet card and preferably not one with a dorky, non-personal poem. Luckily I stumbled upon the very stylish Minimals range.

Minimals A-Z Poster

Minimals A-Z Poster

m-shop-thumb-origimalsThe Minimals cards are absolutely gorgeous, the designs are clean, simple and appealing to young and old. Because all the cards are blank on the inside you can make them suit any occasion, just add your own text to make it personal. Each card measures 125mm x 125mm and comes complete with matching envelope. Normally Minimals cards costs $3.50 each or $15 for a set of six but at the moment you can get 50% off your complete Minimals order, time to stock up on these awesome cards!

m-shop-thumb-stork-blueMinimals were created right here in Australia by talented artist Daniel. It started with a few quirky animals and over time more and more friendly creatures have been added to the family. If you love Daniel’s artwork as much as I do you will no doubt love the fabulous Minimals A-Z Poster ($30) featuring the whole alphabet in Minimals ‘characters’. I think it would be perfect for a nursery or kids bedroom.

To save 50% on your order simply enter the code ‘MUMIMALS’ at checkout, hurry as offer ends May 5, 2013. Regular postage within Australia is just $1.80.

To find out more about Minimals, to browse the range and to order online visit www.minimalsworld.com.

Apr 302013
 

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Two weeks of school holidays is a long time when you are four. While we had lots of fun and did plenty of nice things together the twins are very happy to go back to kindy today and I’m glad they love it there. One of the biggest hits these holidays was this Little Town Puzzle ($19.95) by Bamboletto, the kids can’t get enough of it. In fact, it pretty much lives on our kitchen table as someone is always playing with it.

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bamboletto little townjpgThe talented designers behind Bamboletto, a Polish husband and wife team, have done an amazing job creating a puzzle that is beautiful, fun and challenging at the same time. The twins (4) and I have had many great chats while exploring all the different buildings, houses, shapes and colours, there is lots to see in this Little Town. The attention to detail is just divine, it is so much nicer when every puzzle piece is interesting in itself, not just some vague shapes that only come together in the end.

The gorgeous Anastasia (daughter of Coccinella owner Renata) loves Bamboletto too

The gorgeous Anastasia (daughter of Coccinella owner Renata) loves Bamboletto too

Bird and TreeThe Little Town puzzle has 60 pieces, a good size for our twins but too difficult for miss 2. She didn’t mind though as she had her own Bamboletto puzzle to play with, the Bird and Tree Puzzle ($19.95) which is actually two puzzles in one box (1x 12 pieces/ 1x 8 pieces). The puzzles are made with strong, thick cardboard for extra durability and come in a handy box for storage. You can find these and other Bamboletto puzzles in store at Coccinella.

To find out more about Coccinella, to browse the Bamboletto range and to order online visit www.coccinella.com.au.

For your chance to win a Bamboletto puzzle of your choice (subject to availability) visit www.coccinella.com.au and answer the following question: Which Bamboletto puzzle would you choose if you were to be our lucky winner?

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