- Two creative mothers identified as Linda Mills Hudson and Kayleigh Smart have gone viral after using poundland tote bags to design their children's furniture
- Hudson and Smart shared photos of their works on social media and other mums praised them for a job well done
- The mothers used tote bags to make impressive furniture, cutting a lot of cost
Parenting can be very demanding even financially but a lot of parents understand the importance of giving their child the absolute best in life. So when Linda Mills Hudson and Kayleigh Smart shared photos of their kids upcycled furniture, they got applauded.
Hudson who hails from Rotherham used old poundland bags to upcycle four sets of dining chairs for her daughter, who appears to be a huge Harry Potter fan.
The creative mother shared the photos on social media and had other mothers respecting her efforts and skills.
Smart, who hails from Northampton had her Disney-loving daughter happy when she used poundland Disney princess tote bags to decorate her daughter's drawers, springing the old pieces of furniture back to life.
The creative works of the mothers earned a lot of praises from social media users with some offering to buy the furniture pieces from them.
Not only did the mothers cut huge cost by buying tote bags for N440 and chairs from Ebay for less than N400, they still managed to make fancy, beautiful furniture for their kids.
The two mothers shared photos of their works on Extreme Couponing and Bargains group on Facebook and the two posts immediately went viral.
Kayleigh's post gathered more than 12,000 reactions and 1600 comments whilst Linda's received 16,000 reactions and almost 4,000 comments in less than a day.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng has gathered the report of a young corps member, Stephen Teru, who used his skill as a carpenter to make over 80 furniture for pupils in his host community in Cross River state.
In a post shared on Stephen’s Facebook page, he explained that his act of kindness was towards two public schools in the community namely; Community Secondary School and St. Georges Primary School.
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