Mummy blogger transforms her laundry pile into a Christmas tree

Is this the ULTIMATE festive hack? Blogger shares hilarious snap of the makeshift Christmas tree she fashioned from the LAUNDRY pile (and fellow mums love it)

  • Jessi, from Victoria in Australia, posted snap of her ‘Christmas tree’ on Instagram
  • Piling bigger items like blankets at bottom and socks at top, she even added star
  • Fellow parents loved idea, saying they could create two or three of their own 

A blogger has come up an ingenious way of disguising her ever-growing pile of washing – by turning it into a Christmas tree. 

Jessi, from Hampton, Victoria, in Australia, shared the brilliant ‘mum hack’ on her Instagram page Sincerely Mumsy. 

In the snap, folded up blankets and towels can be seen stacked on top of one another at the bottom, with smaller objects such as T-shirts and socks at the top, making the tree thin out.

To decorate the tree, Jessi placed a red star at the very top – completing the transformation.

The blogger stacked her washing from biggest to smallest and topped it with a red star – transforming it into Christmas tree

Jessi, from Hampton, Victoria, in Australia, shared a brilliant ‘mum hack’ for giving your laundry pile a festive twist

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Jessi said: ‘The best way to avoid doing the washing – turn it into a Christmas tree [Christmas tree emoji] it’s free [tongue out emoji] I’ll wash this after Christmas or maybe the “elf on the shelf” can help me [laughing emoji] #mumlife #mumhack.’

Fellow mothers have loved the creative ‘hack’, which racked up hundreds of likes.

Cindy-Ann wrote: ‘Hahaha the tree that never stops giving. I wish mine would.’ 

Another user added: ‘I heart this so much! It solves all my washing woes and it is also very ethically conscious so you can feel really great about yourself too.’

Aoula said: ‘I think my pile would make 2-3 trees. The never ending washing.’

Jessi helps run the mothering blog Modern Day Mumma with her best friend Jess and has more than 13,000 Instagram followers.

Fellow mothers have found the festive laundry pile hilarious, with one saying ‘it solves all my washing woes and it also very ethically conscious so you can feel really great about yourself too’

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