About Me

Hi I’m Francine. I am a wife to an amazing husband Davide and together we have three gorgeous children. Oscar, Layla and Molly.  I am a proud ‘stay at home mum’ and I am a Thermomix Consultant.

As long as I can remember I have always loved everything creative. I crave anything crafty. I have been to classes for just about everything. Just to name a few – folk art, teddy bear making, embroidery, cross stitch, quilting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, pottery, card making and of course scrapbooking. I have sewn rag dolls, teddies, clothes, cushion and patchwork quilts. I have knitted scarfs, crocheted blankets and embroidered baby blankets. I painted wall plaques, wooden stools and boxes. I have made cards, paper crafts and invitations. And these are the things I can remember!

I also have a passion for cooking. Cooking for me is a way of bringing family together. I love collecting and trying out new recipes as well as making the traditional recipes passed on from my beautiful Mum and Nonna. Since becoming a Thermomix Consultant my passion for cooking and food has grown.

I have been a Thermomix consultant since March 13 and I’m really enjoying the experience. I love cooking at demos and spreading my obsession I have with the Thermomix. I have met lots of interesting people and best of all it works really well with our family routine and lifestyle. The highlight of becoming a Thermomix consultant is amazing incentives and rewards I receive, I have travelled to South Africa with Thermomix, I have received a free Thermomix and I often get Thermomix cookbooks and other Thermomix products I have also been given the opportunity to meet amazing chefs that are ambassadors for Thermomix like Nico Moretti, Louise Fulton -Keats & Dani Valent. Thermomix has allowed me to do something that I love!

I believe that when someone uses your idea you should take that as a compliment.

So here I am sharing my ideas and my story.

The Creative Mummy

5 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Francine, a South Perth Mum pointed me in your direction and I think we have a lot in common. I love to hold onto the memories too; my children’s lives (as well as my creations) will be well documented when it is time to look back! I just wanted to say that in your second last line, above, I think you mean “compliment” rather than “complement”. All the best!

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