A CRAFTY mum made an epic den for her little boy out of some free pallets and a beanbag – and people are so impressed they want their own.
The mum took on a little project in lockdown after she got some wooden pallets free from her partner’s work.
She set about making a tipi-style den in the garden, and it looks incredibly cosy.
After building the frame she finished it off with a lick of paint from B&Q, and grabbed a comfy beanbag from Dunelm.
She’s chuffed with her handiwork, and shared a snap of the finished project to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
She said: “Made a den for my son with pallets (free), just had to buy the paint, bean bag & screws.
“Beanbag from Dunelm.
“Paint from BnQ.
“Pallets from partner’s workplace.”
More than 3,000 people have liked the den, and want one for themselves.
Commenting online, one person said: “I need this!!”
Another wrote: “Looks fabulous.”
A third wrote: “I want one!”
This person thought: “Kids would like these.”
While someone else added: “Brilliant job!! I'm sure he's loving it!!”
And this mum makes ‘lockdown bar’ in her garden using old pallets & paint and people are so impressed they want to copy it.
While this bloke created a stunning bar in garden using just ‘tatty old pallets’ and Wilko lights.
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