A MUM shared her incredible transformation of an old TV stand into a Hey Duggee play kitchen to a Facebook group - and fellow mum's went wild for it
The creative hack - which was a hit with her daughter and group members alike - was achieved in under £30. here's what she did...
Writing to The Motherload group, Natasha Hall shared her incredible - and not to mention resourceful - hack.
The mum-of-one uploaded the amazing before and after pictures as well as snaps of the process behind assembling the stunning Hey Duggee inspired play kitchen.
She wrote to her 86,000 fellow group members: " Hi MOLOs [mother of little one's] can I please brag to you all...
"I made my daughter a play kitchen from an old TV stand. I'm so very proud of..."
She continued: "I have no DIY experience but recently taught myself to use a drill and jigsaw."
And her talents don't stop there, she revealed that she also made her daughter a "dolls house out of an old bookcase."
Natasha told us about the process, revealing:
"It took me about 4 months as I could only work on it while my daughter napped.
"We were only home a few days a week."
She explained how she managed to keep costs to a minimum, saying:
"I had a lot of the materials in the garage so the cost was pretty low.
"The hey duggee picture cost £10.49 from ebay.
"S bar and hooks and yellow trays are from IKEA for about £10.
"Sish bowl is a dog water bowl £2.99 and £4.99 for the gloss both from The Range."
Before revealing that quite astonishingly it cost "less than £30 for the whole thing."
Natasha said she wanted to share the amazing results to "show we ladies can do everything."
And she's certainly inspired her fellow mums - Tasha revealed to us that she's had so much interest in her handiwork that she has even " set up an Instagram page 'mummymakesme' where I can share ideas with others."
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