I’m a thrifty mum, my cheap hack will transform your kid’s bedroom for under £5 and it’s so easy | The Sun

WITH Christmas around the corner, we’ll all looking for present ideas for our loved ones. 

Luckily one savvy mum has shared how she creates adorable wall art for her kids – and it’ll cost you less than £5. 

Beth, known online as @budgetingmumofficial, regularly shares money-saving content with her 43,000 followers on TikTok and Instagram. 

In her latest Instagram reel, the thrifty mum shares how she decorates her child's room on a budget, using wallpaper samples. 

“How to make some cute artwork for the kids' bedrooms on a budget? 

“Pick up some wallpaper samples in your local B&Q or Wilko’s that matches your decor, but it out and frame it.


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“Perfect to add some extra decor to the room on a budget.” 

During the reel, Beth can be seen placing the back of the frame face down on the wallpaper, over the area she wants to display. She draws around it to get the perfect-sized print.

Using scissors, the mum-of-two cuts out the rectangle, before popping it in a frame and displaying it on a shelf.  

The bargain hunter appears to be using the Rasch Kids & Teen Dinosaurs Wallpaper, available online and in-store at B&Q. 

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A roll will cost customers £12.99, but Beth suggests picking up a sample for just £1. 

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Black photo frames are available from various retailers, including Wilko, with prices starting at just £1. 

Her followers loved the bargain hack, and even B&Q praised the idea, commenting: “We LOVE this idea.”

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