Mrs Hinch transforms her boring wooden bird table with an old can of spray paint and candle jars and it looks amazing

MRS Hinch shared an incredible transformation with her fans after she gave an old wooden bird table a chic makeover. 

With Brits now spending a lot of time in their gardens due to the lockdown, the cleaning queen, aka Sophie Hinchliffe, decided to spruce up an old bird table she had lying around. 

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The mum-of-one admitted it wasn’t “in the best of states”, as she shared a clip to Instagram of the wooden structure.

It had definitely seen better days, with the 30-year-old saying she planned to clean and paint it, and generally “make it better”.

In true Mrs Hinch style she sprayed the bird house white – fitting with her monochrome theme –  after reusing the same paint she used on her pumpkins at Halloween. 

She then added some hooks to the side which she hung miniature jars off, which she bought from eBay, filled with delicious bird treats. 

The finishing touch was an old candle holder which she’d repurposed as a bird bath, and she even labelled it with her signature stickers.

Mrs Hinch, from Essex, jokingly added it was “in case the birds get confused”. 

But she revealed her husband Jamie wasn’t too sure about the lettering, pointing out birds can’t read.

Mrs Hinch said: “I labelled it purely because I think it looks nice. 

“Jamie is rinsing me for labelling a bird bath because they can’t read.”

Despite Jamie taking the mick out of the design, the mum was over the moon with the result.

She said: “I’m so pleased with this. I’m chuffed with it.”


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In other news, we told you how Mrs Hinch made incredible edible paints for Ronnie during lockdown.

Plus she also revealed the clever game she made for Ronnie using muslin cloths to stop him pulling baby wipes out of the packet.

And Mrs Hinch also revealed how she upcycled a table she got from eBay into a plant potting station.

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