DAILY TREATS ON FACEBOOK

DAILY TREAT! TODAY ONLY!

1. The first person to reply – 50% off their purchase (value up to $100)
2. The second person to reply – 25% off their purchase
3. The third person to reply – $10% off their purchase
…All orders today – free gift.

* Grab your DAILY TREAT on my wall or message me on Facebook only. First in first served. Only available to Facebook Nappy Nutters (not on website). GO GADGET!!!!

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COMPETITION UPDATE

Hello everyone :-). I hope you’ve all had a fab weekend and haven’t been blown away yet? Keep sending your mates to my Facebook page, we’re nearly at 200 fans!! Remember the COMPETITION – Someone will WIN a ‘Bib and Tucker’ nappy of their choice when we get to 200!

    

After yet another weekend of birthday parties and overindulging in sugary treats (tee hee), I’ve decided to tempt you with ‘DAILY TREATS’ at ‘Bib and Tucker’, starting TOMORROW!!! Keep checking my Facebook page, first in gets the biggest piece of the cake (there’…s no table manners going on here). Party begins at 9am tomorrow morning. See you there!  🙂 Kate

COMPETITION!

I’ve finally given in to modern technology and have joined the world on facebook.  Become a friend, like my facebook page, blog about it, suggest it to a friend and you are in the draw to win a ‘Bib and Tucker’ nappy of your choice. Let me know what you’ve done and you’ll get one entry per ‘nattering’!  I’ll draw a name when we reach 200 fans! GO GADGET GO!!

I’ll be updating the page with daily temptations, so pop by to snaffle a treat.

🙂 Kate

CHIRP, CHIRP!

CHIRP, CHIRP!
What’s hot @ b&t September ’10?

All ‘Bib and Tucker’ products are now available for order!

NEW Spring Bird Collection
http://www.bibandtucker.co.nz/index.php?page=catalog&categoryid=8&sco=2
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NEW ‘Bib and Tucker’ Gift packs
http://www.bibandtucker.co.nz/index.php?page=catalog&categoryid=5
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NEW items in the Bib and Tucker etsy store
http://www.etsy.com/shop/bibandtucker
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Happy nappying everyone!

:-) Kate

birthday girls

The girls have had their 2nd and 4th birthday parties over the past two weekends.  It has been a great distraction from the scritchy scratchy chicken pox. 

Rio decided that as Charlea had a monkey cake last year, she needed to have one this year.  Yay for Mummy!!  Ugh.  So, Rio got a monkey cake, and I managed to convince her that Charlea really wanted a fairy cake (as opposed to the train cake she decided Charlea needed, which she had had last year!).

So, lots of butter cream icing and a friendly icing bag later, we have two birthday cakes.  Whew.  I’ve just polished off the last piece of Charlea’s cake.  That’ll help the much needed root canal!

Shake yourself up

It’s been some time since I did a blog entry, ahem.  With the earthquake that has hit the South Island this week I realised that I want to make the most of every day, and to record and ponder a bit more.  So, I’m back.  And so is bibandtucker, on Etsy at least.  Slowely at the moment, but I aim to paint and craft to my little hearts content and record the process. 

I have crafty plans for b&t.  Time to rev it up a little I think.  I’ll be pottering away on that over the next few months.  Here’s some new additions to the b&t etsy shop:

   

Life has been busy, as always since Jan.  Two wee poppits have me running most days. We’ve had little girls’ birthday parties, one last weekend and one today.  The girls’ have been very lucky to receive beautiful gifts, including a handcrafted wee smocket made by Sam.  It’s just lovely, I try to coaxe Rio into wearing it daily.

 

Thanks Sam 🙂

How does your garden grow?

The garden in this little corner of the world has gone quite mad.  We have an abundance of cabbage, silverbeet (it’s really taking over!), butter and purple beans, rhubarb, a few pumpkin plants that are very happy with the current climate, a single zuchinni plant which is also VERY productive at the moment (evidence follows………), strawberries, lettuce, chives, parsley, celery, eggplant and fifty million (o.k, slight exageration) cherry and big red tomatoes.  I think that’s it??  Ooh, no I forgot the main crop in the garden, the potatoes.  Take one bag of seed potatoes from the Warehouse, add some potato fertiliser, an afternoon of serious digging, a few weeks, and you have a rather HUGE crop of potato plants.  The cauli and brocolli were abundant, but they largely went to seed.  Those that didn’t were savaged by nasty wee white butterflies, despite my religious removal of said nasties.  Grrrrrrrrrr.

This evenings pickings: three cute little cherry tomatoes (there’ll be 5 or so ready tomorrow, yipee), beans, and a lovely cabbage.  Isn’t it satisfying growing your own food.  I must plant the next lot of seeds.  Thanks so much for getting me started on this seed raising adventure Lizzie, I’m having a lot of fun :-).

 

The marrow that I forgot to pick…………………………………………………………..

We’re going to hollow it out and stuff with mince/onion mix and bake for dinner tomorrow night.  Mmmmmmmmmmmmm.

xxx Kate