The SSG and Kitchenware Direct Kitchen Drawer Sanity Giveaway.

Prepare yourselves emotionally, readers. Have a tim tam, no take two.


This giveaway is going to bring positive decluttering energy into your home.  Not only that, I'm about to present to you a kitchen appliance review that went off without a hitch.  I opened the box, followed the instructions and voila, it worked.  Brad at Kitchenware Direct is one person I know will be very, very relieved to hear this.  Because not only am I writing a review about one of his products, we're also giving one lucky reader a chance to win the said item too.



I speak of these OXO Good Grips Expandable Drawer Dividers.  Each pair retails for $33.95 at Kitchenware Direct.



See what I mean about a fools proof product review?  The hardest part was opening the cardboard box and figure out how to prise the dividers out of their packaging.  Their length can be adjusted to fit your drawer, the grey button releases extra length and snaps down again to stabilise.  There are cushioned areas on each 'foot' to protect your drawers and also give the dividers some purchase.  The dimensions of each divider are as follows: height 10.1cm, length 27.9 - 43.2cm and width 4.45cm.

Now for a few before and after photos.  I am so proud.  I'm thinking of submitting the after photos to a kitchen drawer modelling agency.

Here is my cutting, grating and measuring drawer before its makeover.


Here it is with the drawer dividers inserted.  I had to go for a horizontal look because my drawers were too deep.


It's fabulous being able to find my measuring cups, in every size, when I need them.


The whisks, froggy-luna and other oddly shaped bits and bobs drawer looked like a little rag tag before dividers.




Voila!  Everything has its home.  I feel calm rather than apprehensive when I open my kitchen drawers now.  And you can too.

I've even got a new fandangled widget for you to enter.  Just click on it below for details.  It basically involves following on twitter or Google Friend Connect but it was fun setting it up.  There are a few different ways to enter and the more you enter, the more chances you have of winning.  Some options give you more chances than others, it's a bit like raffle tickets.  There will be one winner who will receive four drawer dividers (2 boxes).

Enter as many ways as you like.  It's genius.  It is going to be my giveaway format of choice for the future.

a Rafflecopter giveaway Entries open now (to Australian residents only) and close when I get back from London on Monday March 12 2012.

Good luck and thanks again to Brad (the long suffering) at Kitchenware Direct.




5 comments:

  1. Good morning, yes my kitchen drawers are as bad as yours were! No joke, it's a real mess in there, I definitely need some help here!

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  2. Mademoiselle Slimalicious, I've entered you as this comment because blogger and Disqus comments aren't syncing for me.SSG xxx

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  3. Wow, those are drawers to stand back and admire!! I have an Ikea drawer organiser for my cutlery, but a divider like this would be fantastic in my "miscellaneous" utensil drawer. Will definitely be purchasing if I'm not lucky enough to win your competition! Enjoy your trip to London.

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  4. my follower name is manda valenti.

    & my drawers are WAY worse, so dont feel bad! lol

    thanks for the giveaway! avalenti6936 at yahoo dot com

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  5. Those drawers look brilliant!  My cutlery is all set after I found some good cut to fit holders at Bunnings but my miscellaneous drawers are a nightmare of jumbled gadgets!

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