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Next weekend is Easter, and considering we are all still going to be in lockdown, wouldn’t it be nice to decorate the home?
And as with many cleaning and home decoration hacks, Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hinchliffe, seems to have just the thing.
The pregnant cleaning star and social media influencer, recently took to Instagram to showcase her amazing hack for making a beautiful Easter decoration… and it is so simple to do.
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First she took an old jam jar, then added a cardboard toilet roll insert inside it. After this the then began filling the vessel with Cadbury’s Mini Eggs.
Then, in the centre of the vase (inside the cardboard) she added lots of fake daffodils, which look perfect for spring.
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The star then tied some brown parcel sting around the jar to complete the look.
Sophie captioned the post, explaining: "Hoping this has worked.
"Never uploaded a reel before guys so just temporarily testing this out if I’m honest went with my mini egg jar! Why not! Xx (ps ive had to refill the jar twice already ) #mrshinch #hinching #easter ".
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Many were quick to share their delight at Mrs Hinch's creation.
The Only Way Is Essex star Chloe Sims commented on the post, writing: "Awww this is so cute," alongside some clapping hands emojis.
While one fan added: "Looks awesome… Only thing is I'm not sure how long the eggs would last before I caved in and munched them all".
Another wrote: "I really feel the need to whip a couple of these up myself but the mini eggs would last 0.2 seconds in this house I might still give it a whirl while the kids are asleep so they might not notice sweets".
A third follower added: "Love it @mrshinchhome ! You totally inspire me everyday to do things like this! Sending lots of love xx".
We can't wait to try it ourselves…
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