Shoppers amazed by what mum’s ‘adorable’ Easter shirts are made from: ‘So clever’

Shoppers amazed by what mum’s ‘adorable’ Easter shirts are made from: ‘So clever’
  • PublishedMarch 28, 2024

‘Totally adorable and really well made.’

Looking for a cheap but stylish way to make Easter more fun this year?

An Aussie mum-of-two has shocked and impressed thousands with her unique and clever Kmart hack.

Skye Langeberg turned Kmart’s $15 Easter tablecloth into cute button-up shirts for her two young boys.

You’d never know the shirts — which feature bunny rabbits and florals on the front and back — were made from a tablecloth.

Skye shared her designs in a Kmart Hacks Facebook group, explaining she didn’t have time to draft her own pattern for the shirts.

She said she instead used “Style Arc sewing pattern’s Rhys Overshirt pattern”, which she said she highly recommends.

An Aussie mum-of-two has shocked the internet with her unique Kmart hack. 

“However, full disclaimer, I did alter it slightly and didn’t follow their instructions as I knew how to construct it,” she said.

“It’s a great little pattern and comes with a huge range of sizes,” the mum-of-two added.

Skye’s post garnered more than 100 comments and people said they loved the creative hack.

“Totally adorable and really well made, I love the curve on the hem,” said one.

“They look amazing,” added another.

“Awesome job and creativity, so clever,” said a third.

Facebook users love Skye’s creative hack.

Another Kmart shopper recently shared a $6 camping hack that went viral.

The shopper — who uses the handle @harriethunnisett — revealed how she and her partner used the store’s Pull Chopper to whip up chilled drinks in no time.

The low-cost kitchen item has been a cult buy for years, with thousands swearing by the gadget to cut vegetables quickly and easily.

But the savvy couple worked out it was also a great tool for making smoothies.

“Best $6 we’ve ever spent!” the Kmart fan said. “We only eat gourmet while camping.”

The footage shows the shopper’s partner vigorously pulling on the Pull Chopper’s cord for a few seconds to mash up the ingredients – berries, banana, yoghurt, granola, peanut butter and a little water.

A $6 Kmart camping hack is going viral on TikTok.

He went on to rate the smoothie a nine-and-a-half out of 10.

The video had more than 120,000 views and thousands more reactions.

“Omg get OUT, how cool!” said one.

Another said: “This is the best cheap device ever! I have one in my caravan! Love it.”

A third wrote: “Wait what, this is amazing!”


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