Sales & Savings – Week 49

 Sales & Savings  Comments Off on Sales & Savings – Week 49
Dec 072011
 

Baby Bear Wardrobe
What? 50% off storewide (save up to 80%)
How? Enter the code ‘SALE50’ at checkout
When? Until December 18, 2011
Where? www.babybearwardrobe.com

Sukimama
What? 10% off the Zoku Quick Pop Maker and accessories
How? Enter the code ‘hiplittleone’ at checkout’
When? Until December 13, 2011
Where? www.sukimama.com.au

Happy Feet Shoes
What? Any two pairs for $60 and free shipping within Australia
How? Order via email sandra@happyfeetshoes.com.au
When? Until midday December 9, 2011
Where? www.happyfeetshoes.com.au

Minimink
What? 15% off storewide
How? Enter the code ‘FACEBOOK’ at checkout
When? Until December 9, 2011
Where? www.minimink.com.au

Shop For Tots
What?
15% off storewide
How? Enter the code ‘ELF’ at checkout
When? Until December 10, 2011
Where? www.shopfortots.com.au

Babu
What? Free shipping (+15% off if you sign up for the newsletter)
How? Free shipping automatically applied at checkout, VIP discount code will be supplied when subscribing
When? Until December 24, 2011
Where? www.babu.co.nz

Looking At You Kid
What? Nothing over $10 in special sale section
How? Prices as marked
When? Until stock lasts
Where? www.lookingatyoukid.com.au

Bebe Online
What? 20% off storewide (excludes furniture and prams)
How? Prices as marked
When? Until December 10, 2011
Where? www.bebeonline.com.au

Rube & Harri
What? Free shipping Australia wide
How? Automatically applied at checkout
When? Until December 15, 2011
Where? www.rubeandharri.com.au

phil&teds
What? 12 days of Christmas savings, a new special every day
How? Enter each special through the phil&teds Facebook page
When? Until December 12
Where? www.facebook.com/philandteds

Sukimama – 10% off Zoku

 Eco, Home, Sales & Savings  Comments Off on Sukimama – 10% off Zoku
Dec 062011
 

People who know me personally will know that I don’t give my children lollies, chocolate or ice cream, in fact they eat rather healthy all around. You may think this makes me a mean mum but as they have never had it before they don’t feel like they are missing out at all. Of course I know that kids love a cold treat in summer and a piece of watermelon gets boring after a while too, so I was really excited to learn about the Zoku Quick Pop Maker from Sukimama.

The Zoku Quick Pop Maker makes yummy home made ice blocks and does it in a flash, hence the name. Say goodbye to the impractical old school ice block molds that take over a day to freeze and hello to the fabulous Zoku Quick Pop Maker which takes just 7-9 minutes to deliver a freshly made, healthy ice block for your little ones to enjoy. Do you think it sounds to good to be true?

I’ll admit that I thought it sounded rather magical and maybe a little glorified but I was wrong. When my kids ask me for a treat I get out some fresh ingredients (fresh fruit, yoghurt, natural fruit juice), grab my Zoku Quick Pop Maker from the freezer and fill the three compartments. You can watch the ice blocks freeze and just 7 minutes later my kids are enjoying their ice blocks.

The Zoku concept is actually very simple: the unit containing a refrigerant liquid is kept in the freezer so it is frozen at all times. First you insert the sticks in the cativities, then you pour your ingredients in and your future ice pop starts freezing from the outside in. Once you can see that the contents are frozen you use the Super Tool (supplied) to gently release the ice block from the mold, pop on the drip cup and you’re ready!

The Original Zoku Quick Pop Maker can make three ice blocks at a time, and up to 9 nine ice blocks before it needs to go back in the freezer. The first round will be the fastest and it take a little longer each round. There is also a Zoku Duo Quick Pop Maker ($56.95) available which makes two ice pops at a time. If you think even 7 minutes is too long to wait you can make your Zoku ice blocks ahead of time so you always have some on hand, they can be stored in the Zoku Quick Pop Storage Case ($29.95).

Once you have mastered the Zoku Quick Pop Maker you can expand your repertoire by adding pieces of fruit, create different patterns and add flavoured cores. You can even turn your ice pops into little artworks by using special Zoku accessories like the Zoku Character Kit ($21.95), no store bought ice block can beat these cheeky creatures! There are many Zoku video’s available on YouTube to provide tips and tricks.

For more information about Sukimama, to take a closer look at the Zoku Quick Pop Maker and the Zoku accessories and to order online visit www.sukimama.com.au.

Enter the code ‘hiplittleone’ at checkout to get 10% discount on all Zoku products, valid until December 13 2011.