Mrs Hinch shows fans how to make a gorgeous DIY tray station for the bathroom

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Mrs Hinch has been busy creating a DIY tray station for her bathroom, and let fans in on the secret as to how she created her new home accessory.

The star – whose amassed 4.1 million followers thanks to her home cleaning hacks – shared a video of her supplies with the caption: "Decided I want a bathroom tray station. So let's make one shall we!"

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, then shared a video of the parts she uses to create her new display. The star used spray paint, soda crystals and glitter to glam up two glass jars, before using a glue gun to create lids.

Sophie then filled her two new pots with cotton buds and cotton wool, before placing them on a tray with a candle, a plant, some hand cream and a rolled up towel. The star then shared a photo of the finished project, which looked super stylish in her bathroom.

The star then explained that all the items were from her range with Tesco, revealing that the woven tray cost £12 and the eucalyptus is £10, while the soap dispenser and candle are £5 each.

It's not the first time Mrs Hinch has shared a bargain tip for her followers. The star recently posted a secret beauty bargain that costs her just £2.99.

The lifestyle guru explained that she “doesn’t have time” for a complicated skincare routine, and instead relies on a brilliant skin booster that costs less than £3.

One of Sophie’s favourite brands is Garnier, with its cult favourite Moisture Bomb Masks, featuring regularly on her social media.

But now the queen of clean reveals she’s streamlined her full skincare routine thanks to just one product – Garnier’s Rose Water Micellar Water (£2.99 here).

“So I am being asked now, more than ever, what I use on my skin,” Sophie said in a sponsored post on her Instagram Stories.

“This is it. This is how I remove my makeup and clean my face every night. This is my staple, my go-to, my safety blanket,” she adds, holding up the bottle to the camera.

Mrs Hinch’s new favourite product is a 2-in-1 cleanser and make-up remover. It lifts away dirt, grime and impurities from the skin, with the added rose water helping to soothe stressed areas and create a glowing complexion. It’s perfect for sensitive skin types as well.

In the short clip, Sophie applies the product with Garnier’s Reusable Eco Pads, £4.49 here, claiming the combination of the two “works so well” for her skin.

“I haven’t got the time at the moment to do a full routine so this is perfect for me,” she added.

After cleansing her face using the eco-friendly pads, the star said she then puts them into her washing machine, with each one lasting “up to 1000 washes."

Whilst Sophie’s been known to use the brand’s micellar water in the past, she now favours the rose water version as she claims it’s the “best one for my skin.”

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