Wednesday 16 October 2013

Product review of MAM Anti-Colic bottles.

I have recently received the MAM Anti-Colic bottles to try for myself and to review. Firstly they look good, the base, ring and lid are coloured. They come in 4 colours White, blue, pink and green which I have. The bottle comes in several parts making it easy to clean. It has a vented base which regulates the pressure balance within the bottle providing a smooth and even drinking flow. The milk flowed well and evenly not allowing air bubbles to form and no air swallowing which may result in colic. The teat is different to other teats in that it is flattened on two sides just below the tip and I did find that the teats were just the right flow as not to leak milk when my son sucked.
What also sets the MAM bottles aside from others is the fact that they have a self sterilising feature so no need for a separate bulky steriliser and they are quick to do if you need a bottle in a hurry. All you do is fill 20 ml of water into the base and place the teat in it's ring on the base followed by the main bottle body and the lid then microwave for 3 minutes. You do have to allow some standing time as the bottle does get very hot then pour out the water, Assemble the bottle and make up the feed as required. My son took to the bottles straight the way. Overall I am very happy with the MAM bottles I received and I would definitely recommend to them to others. They are Good value for money and fantastic for preventing colic, I will be buying some more for sure.

Sunday 22 April 2012

Anything goes challenge

Over at one stitch at a time it's everyone's favourite challenge, Anything goes. The challenge is sponsored by Stitchy Bear Digital Stamps and to win the new collab set below, you must use a stitchy image however you can still enter using any other image for the chance to win $3 to spend instore.

Here is my card.

Sunday 25 March 2012

Bear love

Isn't he a cutie? This is the image i was given to work with for the challenge over at one stitch at a time the challenge is to use a digi image. We have two great sponser prizes to be won. Joanna Sheen and StitchyBear stores are the sponsers this week.

To win the Joanna Sheen prize you must use a product from StitchyBear stores however if you enter using a non stitchy image you will be entered into a draw to win $3 to spend at StitchyBear stores.


Sunday 11 March 2012

easel card.

It's been a while since i made an easel card so i thought i would make one as they are lovely and easy to do. I did it for the challenge over at one stitch at a time challenge which is to use a digi image. I was given this fab image that Barbara jensen created.
There are 2 prizes this week a Cropstop £10 gift voucher and the The mini collab from Stitchybear. So have fun and let's see your projects.

I woould like to enter this into the following challenges.

Monday 27 February 2012

Pinch Punch first of the month!

Pinch Punch first of the month! well nearly but instead we have a PUNCH challenge for you over at sew many challenges so show us all your fab projects with a punch on it for your chance to win 3 digi's of your choice.

Sunday 26 February 2012


This is my first easter card and it is for the EASTER challenge over at one stitch at a time the image is from Digi Blessings This week it's a Big Collab Week the set is free with a purchase of just $12 across the store and one lucky winner will even win the set for free.

Here is my card.

Monday 20 February 2012

Recipe challenge.

This week at sew many challenges is recipe week but don't worry it an easy recipe of  2 or more Designer Papers & 4 or more Gems.

You don't have to use a sew many challenges image but we love to see them if you do and remember the oh so cute Duncan is still half price.