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Listmania: Day In My Life 31st May 2013

June 4, 2013 14 comments

I am back on the Listmania bandwagon this week, which happens to be ‘Day In Your Life’. This has been done already earlier this year but it’s good to do it again every few months. My last one was February 12th 2013. This is was last Friday 31st May 2013.


A good start to the day, I forgot I was going to do it despite being up for an hour before I took this screen shot.


So it’s coffee time, need this.

Disney Countdown

A quick check of the USA countdown, it’s getting closer…yay!


Both boys are up at 6.15  – I know insane right? My eldest hates the thought of sleeping in and being late for school so he is always up early. I make his lunch (I don’t mind doing it actually) and realise for the 2nd second time ever since making his lunches that we have no bread. On today the day I choose to document. Oh well it’s real life isn’t it?

Canteen Menu

So he checks out the canteen menu and decides on Ham and Cheese Toasted Sandwiches. He takes snacks from home.

HomeworkBig boy is finished breakfast, brushed teeth and dressed. He checks his homework which is due today.

Reading OctonautsLittle boy has had breakfast but he is dragging his feet on getting dressed…. reading Octonauts book is more important…

Drawing a Banana… and drawing a banana…

Reading and big boy moves onto reading

Dricks and Snack BagI get snacks and drinks ready for my youngest and I. We are off grocery shopping after school drop off. A bag of snacks is a huge help in making the grocery shopping an easier task.

Off to Schoolbut I get youngest little man into gear and we are off to school in no time. Nice and sunny despite it having rain overnight.

Shopping CentreWe park the car and off to Aldi first

Aldi ChocolateWe spot new chocolate at Aldi, they seem to be gluten free by ingredient so of course I had to buy one of each flavour, I am yet to try them but hope they’ll be ok.

Aldi ShoppingAldi shopping done..pop them into the car and into Woolworths

Woolies ShoppingThen a load from Woolies (whoops forgot the extra green shopping bags)

ScannerBack home and I bring the groceries in and scan them then put them away. I do scan my groceries for Nielsen Homescan. I don’t mind doing it, have done for 4 years now and I have redeem lots points earned for $$. Another advantage is that I get to know the prices. You wouldn’t believe how many things at all 3 supermarkets (Coles, Woolies and Aldi) that have gone up, down, up, down and up again.

Laundry on lineI get a load of washing on the line

Vegemite ToastLunch for the youngster – classic vegemite on toast as per his request

Tomato on VineThen my turn for lunch – I love truss tomatoes, so yummy

Tomato and CheeseI had them on gluten free bread with cheese and toasted under the grill – yum

Libby VlogFinally time to sit down and have lunch. Watching Libby’s adventures in Germany on You Tube. I never realised Germany was so beautiful.

Words with Friends

Youngest climbs up next to me, helps me eat the rest of my lunch and helps me play Word with Friends. He names all the letters and we have fun sounding out the words.

Legally BlondeI also sneak a look at the Legally Blonde website, friends and I are playing a Ladies Day Out to see it since it’s come to Melbourne.

School Pick UpTime for school pick up and look at those clouds. Must get the washing in when we get back.


Still able to have a play on the school playground while waiting for the bell. Youngest loves coming to school to pick up his older brother, gives him a big hug when he sees him. So good to see.

Washing in BasketBack home and got the washing in!

Ducks on MickeyBoys get some screen time – Mickey Mouse is the choice.

Rain ComingFriday night is Auskick night. Looking at the rain radar map it is not looking good for a rain free night. The boys have an early dinner regardless in preparation. Normally we all eat together.

Dark CloudsThe clouds don’t look too dark but on an hour the heaven’s open and it pours down. Hubby and I make the executive decision not to go to Auskick. Yes we know footy is a winter sport but our oldest is asthmatic and has had a rough couple of nights previous so to keep him healthy we decide to keep him warm and dry.

pc screenWhen I finally get a chance to sit down and do some blog work. This happens. A frustrating hour later and its still down.

Watching Mad MenI give up and watch some Mad Men. Great show.


The internet comes back up (we think it was the service provider) and I am too tired to do any blog work so Pinterest wins out.

Disneyland Menus

and perusing the Disneyland Menus on Hoping to whittle down where we can eat at Disneyland instead of wandering the park wasting time lining up and not having any luck on the gluten free front. Got a few options it seems which is great. Having fun researching it though.

Hope you liked my ‘Day in the Life’

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The Week That Was 31st May 2012

June 1, 2013 4 comments

Hello! Hope you are all well. Time for another week that was. It wasn’t a particularly exciting week but I wanted to share anyway.


My eldest was invited to a birthday bowling party, not great lighting for photos but it was great fun for the kids.

Cookie Time

My 3 year old and I had a ‘date’, I had a delicious coffee and he had a cookie and baby cino.

Kinder Bike

It’s time for checking out 4 year old kinder’s for next year so we went to an open day of the local kinder, he had so much fun playing. It’s such a good kinder.

Kinder Puzzles

Puzzles is one of his new favourite past times and he here is checking out all the ‘big’ kinder ones. He had such fun!

Lego Club (1)

Lego Club at the library again this week, the boys love it so much. I admit I like to have a go as well.

Mickey Cookbook

Mister 3 and I went to Target for a bit of a look and we were happy to see a couple of Mickey Mouse items finally hit the shelves, this book may have come home with us – at $5 I couldn’t resist.


This Mickey was cute but a bit young for my boy now.

Monster Uni

We are liking the Monsters from Monster’s University, they are pretty cute in a different way. He stayed on the shelf though, my 2 don’t really need any more toys like this.


I did get a pair of pj pants, they were $6 – a special Target had.


We have been giving the popcorn maker a work out lately – I have had this popcorn maker 19 years!

Puzzle Time

See? More puzzles. I confess I bought these this week too, $5 for a Disney Puzzle Book, so 6 puzzles in one. He has been into puzzles so much I can’t help myself.


And I found this in the cupboard, every birthday and Christmas I put a few things away from the presents they are lucky to receive and I get them out during the year. My youngest is starting to recognise letters so he is enjoying this puzzle too.

RACV helper

One morning my car wouldn’t start – never a good feeling! Mister 3 is helping the RACV man check things out


Turns out it we needed a new battery so he was able to replace it on the spot. Thank goodness! And yes it cost me for the battery even though I am a RACV member. Worth it I think.

Weather May

Melbourne has had some funny weather lately, it’s been chilly but sunny some days.

White Cloud

Look at these clouds! Love the sky when the clouds are like this.

I hope you had a great week!

{PS I am not affiliated with any products or brands mentioned)

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Bloggers Brunch May 2013 Carmans, Kambrook, Tasty Bite, Mamee, Yumi’s, Wellaby, Higher Living Tea, Brauer, IGA and Mitsubishi

May 22, 2013 3 comments

A few weeks ago I headed to Federation Square in Melbourne City to attend a Blogger’s Brunch event. To attend you need an invite from Kids Business but any blogger can register to get an invite so please sure to do so if you wish. (just head here and fill in your details)

When I received the invite I read the list of companies attending, I knew I had to go, 5 of the companies were those that have gluten free products! It really was made for me.



There is are guest speakers that are invited to speak and this month we heard from Carolyn from Carmen’s. It is very admirable how she has built this company into one of Australia’s best. They had Carmen’s new range Yummo out to show us, which is a range of nut free products designed for the lunch box. They also have a very yummy gluten free muesli that is one of my favourites.

Tasty Bite

Tasty Bite

If you are a coeliac, be sure to check out Tasty Bite. They have a large range of ready meals that you can buy in the International Food section of the supermarket or even online through their website. I love them and almost always have a packet in the pantry. Just watch the red packet ones coming in stores soon as they have a ‘may contain gluten’ warning on the packet.



I enjoyed chatting to the guys from Mamee again, I did see them at a previous brunch. They have an exciting new product coming out in July that we got a sneak peek of. Watch this space as I might be sharing a giveaway with them then.



Yumi’s have such great dips and I had a great chat to them. Did you know that everything is made in Melbourne, Australia? Isn’t that awesome? Everything is completely gluten free? They built their own manufacturing plant and have very strict controls in place. I love hearing that! Check out the dips and all the other products they have. They are very yummy.



I will let you know more about them next week as I may or may not have a giveaway planned! They introduced me too their new Lentil Chips and Hummus Chips. Two words. Oh my.

Higher Living Tea

Higher Living Tea

They have a delicious range of teas, the Cinnamon and Licorice ones are my favourites. Having a Cinnamon cup of tea is liking having a hot cinnamon donut without all the calories or gluten!



It’s always great seeing Kambrook folk and this visit I learned about their recipe blog, A Perfect Pantry. Lots of yummy recipes on there so be sure to give it a visit. They also kindly gave me a cake pop maker but I have yet had the try it but when I do I will share what happens.



They showed me some new products as you can see from the photo. They are made of natural ingredients which is always great I think.

Hallmark Cards

Hallmark Cards

I always love chatting to Hallmark, such nice people. They have bought along a lovely range of cards that I think many people would love to receive.



They bought along a couple of Outlanders for us to check out. Very nice looking cars with some awesome features. One of the models has the 7 seats which is great for getting out and about with the kids and their friends. Beautiful looking cars but sadly I couldn’t talk them into letting me bring one home.


And last but not least for me to visit was IGA.  A great supermarket thaty tries and source from the local area that the IGA store is in. Awesome idea.

Thank you again for Kids Business and companies involved for another great Blogger’s Brunch!

Bit of an Update and The Week that Was

May 19, 2013 1 comment

You may have noticed I haven’t been posting as much, a couple of weeks ago I hurt my back. Total surprise as usually when I have health issues they revolve around being a coeliac. It hurt quite a bit and as you can imagine I wasn’t able to do as much as I usually could.

Good news is that it is getting better which is a relief but I still need to be careful and as such sitting for long periods of time isn’t very good for me at the moment. I will get there but at least you know what’s going on in case you don’t hear from me quite as often.

I have some random photos taken the past couple of weeks for a wrap up of ‘The Week That Was’. So I hope you enjoy them.

Walking in School GateLove walking in the school gate in the morning, its like we have actually achieved something for the day, we managed to get up, fed, dressed and to school before the bell rings. It’s the little things!

Moccona Me Time PackI am signed up to a few research companies, (completely non related to being a blogger and a PR firm sending me goodies) I don’t do many of them anymore, due to the timing of things but I did say yes to the Moccona Coffee review, where I get to enjoy some of their flavoured coffees. The jury is still out on them, not too sure I am a fan. (Contagious Network is the one I am doing this through for those wondering)

Bloggers Brunch May 13Before I hurt my back I did go to a Bloggers Brunch, I hope to do a wrap up of this soon.

Boys Playing TogetherOne of my favourite things as a mum is when my 2 boys play well together, I can never resist getting a photo.

Green SmoothieI had taken to drinking green smoothies for breakfast, but my blender broke :( Now I have to get a new one before I can make them again and I miss having them.

Sunrise Sunrise2Even though it’s turned chilly around these parts, I spied a lovely sunrise outside my back windows one morning.

RainbowThen I spotted a rainbow a few days later!

Smashed Fridge DoorSay bye to my fridge. Walked towards it one day and the doors fell off right in front of me and smashed to the ground.The hinges snapped. It seems a strange thing to have happened but the fridge is 12 years old so it was getting on.

Lego Club CreationOnce a month our library hold a ‘Lego Club’ which my boys love going to. This is one of my 8 year olds creations, it’s a police helicopter.

GF Tom Savoury PieWith a broken fridge comes the use of a smaller one as we won’t buy a new one until we get back from our holiday (yes it’s that close!) so that means I started the using up of food before I planned to, this was one of my creations which is basically a Gluten Free Savoury Bread and Butter pudding and it was delish.

GF HoneycombIf you follow me on facebook you may have seen these already but I was delighted to find Choc Coated Honeycomb that is gluten free at Woolworths. $2.98 for a 400 gram bag.

And on that note, it’s time for me to sign off for now. Have a great week!

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Listmania – Currently I Am…

April 29, 2013 6 comments

Pretty Flowers

Hello! I haven’t been about to post in over a week – did you miss me? I haven’t been well and needed the time away from the computer to try and get better. Not 100% but almost there.

I thought there no better way to get back into things than with a Listmania post. This week marks the 3 month mark since Deb from Home Life Simplified kicked the Listmania linky off so we are doing an current ‘Currently I Am…’

Currently I Am

Reading:Blog Inc‘ by Jo Cho – pretty self explanatory, I love reading how other bloggers think and always learn something.

Listening to: My gorgeous 3 year old saying ‘Good Night Mummy’ he is off to read books before bed with Daddy.

Laughing at: Shaun the Sheep – you may have seen this show on ABC2 for Kids if you have children, I swear it is so funny. Love kids shows that have humour for adults.

Swooning over: Mad Men back on the TV for Season 6. Such a great show!

Planning: our American holiday! Yay!

Eating lots of: Cobani Greek Yoghurt, I love the stuff, so yummy and the plain is 0% fat, just so good.

Feeling: a little worn out.

Discovering: so much while reading for my Nutrition course, it is amazing the things I have learned already

Looking at: my very sad excuse of a winter wardrobe, I have to go shopping  stat!

Wearing: my beautiful new scarf my friend knitted me for my birthday, which was in December but it’s just chilly enough now to start wearing it.

Cooking: not enough! I miss cooking and need to get into again. I have bought some Chia seeds so hoping to cook some yummy things with them.

Wondering: if my darling 3 year old will cry tomorrow at 3 year old kinder drop off, he has the past 2 weeks and it just breaks my heart. He does get over it but its still upsetting.

Trying out: a new work schedule for me. It always seems to be an evolving entity.

Linking up with Listmania

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Now is Good and Won’t Back Down DVD Reviews and Giveaway! *closed*

April 17, 2013 17 comments

It’s been awhile since I have reviewed DVD’s and those ones I have done in the past have been Disney Kids movies. So when the chance came to review some more grown up movies I took it up.

Now is Good

Now is Good

I was worried it would be a very sad movie, as it’s about a 17 year old girl with leukemia, Since being a parent I tend to avoid anything to do with kids and serious illnesses.  This movie wasn’t negative like that, it was sweet and there was no real sadness until the end of the movie.

Dakota Fanning played the main character of the movie and she played the part well I thought, it was an easy to watch movie that made me think a little too. It’s rated M.

Won’t Back Down

Won't Back Down

This movie is an inspiring story about 2 women who took on the school system as they were unhappy with government bureaucracy about the way a certain school was ran. It is based on a true event so I think I liked it even more for that.

I love it when people try and change a seemingly impossible task to try and better lives of others and in this case, lives of children. Won’t Back Down is a great movie showing others they can certainly get things changed, it just takes persistence and hard work. This movie is rated PG.

Both DVD’s are now available on Blu-ray for $42.95 and DVD for $36.95 at all the usual retail outlets.

Luckily for one of my readers I have one copy each of the movies on DVD to give away!

Giveaway Details

  • To enter, leave a comment telling me the last movie you watched for yourself (not for the kids!) and whether you liked it.
  • Prize is a copy each of Now is Good and Won’t Back Down on DVD, RRP $73.90. There is one winner.
  • One entry per person
  • Australian postal addresses only
  • Giveaway ends midnight AEST 7th May 2013
  • Winner will be published on this post on 8th May 2013
  • Entries will be judged on creativity and the judge’s decision is final and further further correspondence will be entered into.

Good Luck!

**Giveaway now closed and winner is Mary Preston. Congrats Mary, an email has been sent! Thank you everyone for entering**

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The Week That Was: School Holidays and Chutney Making

April 12, 2013 1 comment

It is now the last day of school holidays for us in Victoria. It has been a quiet two weeks for us, there was Easter, an illness and just saving for America. We did manage a few fun things though – lots of trips to the library, some walks and playing in the park – it has been alright weather for us but I didn’t take any photos of that.

Easter Egg Haul from Easter BunnyEaster bunny came and visited the boys and here is some of what he gave them.

Easter Egg HuntThe boys also got an Easter Egg Hunt from us (we went to an organised one and they missed out on finding any :( so hubby and I did one in our backyard for them)

Ghiradella ChocI found Ghiradelli Chocolate in Coles during Easter, I kept meaning to buy it but kept forgetting. One day there was one left on the shelf so I nabbed it. From the ingredients and the research online it looks to be gluten free but I am yet to try it.

Diary of Wimpy Kid DVDSome movie watching during the ‘sickie’ days

Lego PlayingLots of Lego playing

Pasta Meatball BakeSome cooking – my eldest helped me make this Pasta and Meatball Bake

TomatoesI bought a box of tomatoes

Tomato Chutneyand made some Tomato Chutney (with the help from a lovely friend – I had never made it before!)

I hope you’ve had a lovely week!

PS I have an Eskal Food Pack of Goodies to giveaway at the moment – check it out to enter!

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Listmania – Childhood Favourites

April 10, 2013 1 comment

This week’s Listmania is about our Childhood Favourites.

Childhood Toys



I don’t have many toys left from my childhood but back then you didn’t have/need many it seemed. These were my favourite dolls and teddy. The ‘Baby Come Back’ doll was so cool as she walked all by herself! Such a big thing those days. The little doll on the end was my mums :) I am lucky she kept this for me, only wish sometimes I had a daughter to pass it on to. Oh well, I will have to hope for a granddaughter one day.

Childhood Books

Childhood Books

When my mum went shopping she always bought me a Golden Book – I still have them all and many of them I fondly remember reading. A couple of them have the price still on them. 20 cents.  Crazy. I also loved these picture books. ‘Debbie’s Dream’ the one in front was one of my very favourites and the price on that is $1.89

Preteen BooksI also couldn’t resist sharing my favourite pre teen books, I loved them all and the Enid Blyton and Judy Blume ones are from the library as I got rid of my copies when I was a teenager and didn’t care :(

Childhood Items

Jug and Dish

I love these items. The Tupperware jug was mum’s and it had our mixed up cordial in it which I think I remember was a treat back then? And the Noddy’s soft drinks in glass bottles – anyone else remember them?

The dish was my grandmothers and she won it playing bowls. Every year at Christmas she’d have it on the coffee table in the lounge with chocolate, peanuts and lollies. And every year I reminded everyone how much I loved it. Thankfully my mum remembered when it came to pack up their house and I was able to have it. Every year at Christmas it goes on my coffee table filled with chocolate, nuts and lollies.

Childhood Memories

I have a few special memories I would love to share. My love of cooking comes from my grandmother and my mum, I would spend hours watching them cook and I learnt how to cook this way. I shared a particular recipe my mum taught me to cook with Nicole and Planning With Kids in a guest post I wrote for her recently.

Even now mum and I share recipes, cookbooks and tips. We both had a steep learning curve when I was diagnosed as a coeliac but as we are both good cooks, we have overcome the challenge and now I share my successes with you :)

I also loved spending Saturdays at the VFL footy, then getting fish and chips for dinner. If my brother and I were good, we were allowed to get 20 cents worth of lollies and it was a bag full!

I remember spending part of my school holiday’s at my grandparents. It was such a special time I thought it was a treat for me. Now I am a parent I realise it was a treat for my parents too. I spent time with my grandmother cooking, playing games and pottering in the garden. I remember being allowed to have supper, a nice drink of Milo.

It’s nice remembering the good times and sharing them with loved ones when you can.

Linking up with Home Life Simplified and Listmania.

Do you have a favourite childhood memory you would like to share?

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Listmania: What’s Happening Now – A to Z Style

March 28, 2013 2 comments

I am a few days late with Listmania this week but I thought I’d still do it because it’s fun and I missed last weeks.

This week’s Listmania is simply using the letters A through to Z and listing something happening now in your life. I just love this type of ones as it’s always so interesting to think about what you are doing as well as checking out what everyone else is up to.

What’s Happening Now – A to Z

Anniversary – it is my and my husband’s 10th Wedding Anniversary next year and while it often passes without too much fanfare, hubby feels that we deserve some time off and have an evening out.

nellbe blog

Blog – I am hoping to spend some time this weekend catching up on things so I am not running behind with posts again.

Conference – last week’s Digital Parents Conference is on my mind, what I learnt, what I need to implement and how to connect to those I met and would love to stay in touch with. Plus I also need to do a wrap up post about it!

Disneyland Book

Disneyland – we are going the end of July and we are looking forward it very much.

Ebookmy first ebook was released a few weeks ago and I still need to do a few more things to promote it

Family – it’s a long weekend coming up and I am longing for the chance to spend some time with my boys and hubby.

Gluten Free – surely the only thing for G is gluten free. I live it, eat it, share it and write about it.

Holiday – I have already mentioned Disneyland but I had to mention Holiday as well as it is getting a little closer and time to make sure we are getting organised for it.

Inspired is how I feel after the conference, specially the session Kate from Picklebums did. She did a session on Blog Design and inspired me to give it a go myself.

Typo Gift Card

Journals – I won a gift card from Typo and I cannot wait to buy some lovely new journals  and pens. You can never have too many in my opinion.

Kinder – my little one has enjoyed his first term at Little Kinder, I am so glad he has adjusted well to it.

Library – the thought of it being shut for 4 days over Easter made me panic so I went today to borrow many more books than I needed. But it’s all good as I feel much better now.


Missing – my laptop. It died on me last year and I miss having it to blog or write wherever/whenever I please instead of being tied to the desk fighting to use the pc.

Nutrition – I mentioned the other week I wanted to learn more about Nutrition so last week I signed up to do a short course for it! I am very excited and while the course is nothing too fancy I expect to learn heaps and it will point me in the right direction.

Organising – I need to get some organising done at home and I hope to get it started soon.

Patience – my youngest is becoming very demanding and I refuse to give into him. Because of this he is throwing the most outrageous and embarrassing tantrums. I remind myself I need to have more patience, he’ll understand soon enough and the phase will end. Please tell me I am right?

Quite – a lot of coffee. I need it. Enough said.

Reading – I cannot get enough of it at the moment, I just want to read everything from novels to blogs to ebooks.

School Holidays – they are upon us, we have a few things planned and also plan to have a couple of quiet days


Time – I want more of it!

Understanding – my darling 3 year old is chatting away alot these days, he is finding his voice. We do have some trouble understanding him sometimes, he can get frustrated with us if we don’t get him.

Very Puzzling – I find there are certain things at the back end (technical) of the blog very puzzling. Sometimes something doesn’t work after working for ages – like a plug in or email or contact form – all of a sudden it stops working. It’s such a brain strain trying to figure it out.

Diary of Wimpy Kid

Wimpy Kid – well it should be Diary of a Wimpy Kid, my 8 year old son is devouring the entire series at the moment and it gives me much joy to watch him enjoying reading – especially chapter books.

Cook books for kids

Xtra Cooking – totally cheating there for ‘X’ but we plan on doing lots of eXtra cooking these school holidays – we have gotten some great kids cookbooks out of the library and going to have some fun cooking up a storm.

Yay – it’s a long weekend!

Zzzz – I need some more of this even though I got some last week while away at the conference. My youngest being ill one night and not sleeping has just depleted my levels.

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Lego Built Ferrari and Limited Edition Lego from Shell Giveaway (now closed)

March 19, 2013 30 comments

This post is sponsored by Digital Parents Collective

There are times in your life where opportunities arise at the most unexpected moments. Last week I had one of those moments, I was asked along to the unveiling of something exciting by Shell, Lego and Ferrari. It sounded all very intriguing so I had to check it out.

Shell Lego

It wasn’t hard to find the particular place I was after, I just followed the guys carrying television camera’s. Security out the front, special blogger passes on the way in, guys with the camera’s and microphones at the front of the stage inside, bloggers at the back of the room standing on tippy toes trying to see what the fuss was about.

I was not expecting the full media throng but it was Grand Prix weekend and the 2 Ferrari drivers, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa were also there to hold a press conference at the same time.

Shell Lego

They also unveiled the first life sized Lego Ferrari! 200,000 Lego bricks and 810 man hours later….and then the group of bloggers get a chance to have a seat behind the Lego wheel. So much fun!

Shell Lego

Shell and Lego along with Ferrari have teamed up to release limited edition Lego Ferrari’s! There are 6 models, one will be released each week for 6 weeks starting yesterday. You can get them from Shell Express stores when you fill up with Shell V-Power. Each model is only $6 and be sure to get in fast as they will run out the door faster than a Ferrari with powered by Shell V-Power!

Shell Lego

My 8 year old was thoroughly impressed with the range (white car not pictured), he loved the pull back motion (smallest of its kind in Lego) and all of them are now sitting pride of place on his Lego shelf.

The very best part is that I get to share some of the  Lego joy with you. 2 of my readers will get to take home the complete set for their own budding Lego Creator.

Shell Lego

Giveaway Details – ***Now Closed – the winners are James and Jasmine, emails have been sent to each of you – well done and thanks everyone for entering.***

  • Prize is 2 x 6 packets Lego/Ferrari cars (as pictured above). This is the full set as offered through Shell Express.
  • To enter, leave a comment below this post letting me know what Lego creations have been created in your house lately.
  • Open to Australian postal addresses only.
  • Winner will be judge on creativity.
  • One entry per person.
  • Ends midnight AEST 31st March 2013.
  • Winners will be announced on this blog 1st April 2013 and contacted via email.

Good Luck!

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