Mum makes epic sleepover den using £20 frame, fairy lights and sheets

Mum makes epic sleepover den using £20 frame, fairy lights and sheets

A SAVVY mum looking for a fun night in for the kids created some pretty impressive sleepover dens using bedsheets and fairy lights.

Maggie Hazlewood bought three timber den frames from HobbyCraft and used a cheap King sized bedsheet over the top to make a super cosy space for movie night.

The mum- whose kids are Ava Jeanne, 13, Bruno, 11 and Verity, 10 – revealed the whole thing was pretty cheap to do too, using shops like Asda and B&M to get the job done.

The wooden den frames were just £23 from HobbyCraft and it's easy to dismantle and pack away into a bag for space saving storage.

Clearly a success, Maggie shared the idea in the FAMILY LOCKDOWN TIPS & IDEAS Facebook group along with snaps of the kids enjoying themselves.

She wrote: "These den frames from Hobbycraft are great and the poles pack down in their own bag for space saving. We bought King sized flat sheets from Asda and lights from B&M. We used our narrow mattresses from bunk beds in the caravan."

She also added that they'd used regular clothes pegs to secure the bedsheet and stop it from falling off.

Other parents were pretty impressed by the cheap and fun idea – particularly because some teepee-style set ups can be pretty expensive.

The post has racked up over 3,000 likes and hundreds of comments from parents who insist their own kids would love it.

One person said: "I'd love to do this……"

And tagging a mate, another said: "wow. We should get them and the kids could have special sleepovers."

While another said: "Thanks for this, daughter is obsessed with dens. Just ordered her on."

Meanwhile, this dad creates stunning treehouse for his daughter for just a TENNER.

Plus this mum creates incredible teepee for daughter’s 5th birthday on a budget using bargains from Amazon.

Meanwhile, Mrs Hinch previously threw an epic girly sleepover for her niece with teepee beds, fairy lights and sweets.

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