Poundland Shower-caddy Hack
This Poundland Shower-caddy Hack is an easy beginner project. Achieve this look in just a few minutes. What will you use your caddy for?
Take a look at a small section of what Poundland is offering this season, and make sure you head for a store near you Christmas at Poundland.
Poundland Shower Caddy Hack DIY project is just so quick and easy! Create a lovely stand to showcase your pretty tea cups. Alternatively, let it take centre-stage on your desk or work space. We love how reels of ribbons look stored on our gorgeous stand, a really cheap craft storage idea. It’s the perfect size to hold the chevron pattered pen-pot, also purchased from Poundland.
There are so many ways you can use this affordable DIY project. So quick and easy, even a novice can create perfect results. We sprayed ours gold, but you can use any colour of spray-paint. If you have a spare five minutes, you too, can create a wonderful stand that you are proud to say you made yourself. Watch the online tutorial for tips of how to create this pretty stand. Don’t forget to click the like button if you enjoy watching these tutorials. While you’re on YouTube, press the Subscribe for more video tutorials.
A Simple Hack...
We hope you enjoy the Poundland Shower Caddy Hack DIY. It’s a simple and quick staging idea for the shower caddy.
Click this link to go to Poundland’s website for an idea of the type of products they sell https://www.poundland.co.uk/home-and-pet/around-the-home/bathroom-accessories
The Poundland website only shows a small percentage of the products they stick in store. It’s definitely worth calling in to see what you local brand have on offer.
We’d love to hear what you think of this project. What will you use this easy DIY project for? Leave us a comment below and share your thoughts.
What about making your own Christmas cards this year. We have a simple video tutorial that is just so adorable, easy and quick to make. This is a fun project you can make with your friends and children. Click here to go to the project Jumper Card Project