I’m a mum and I’ve got a massive Christmas present haul for my kids from B&M – loads of it was under £2 | The Sun

IF you have a young child and aren’t sure what to get them for Christmas, you’ve come to the right place. 

Chelsi Pattinson Que, who posts under the TikTok username @ccscleaningandlife, has amassed 90k followers and 727.4k likes on the social media app and recently took a trip to B&M, to get her three-year-old daughter some gifts for Christmas. 

The mum-of-two from Colchester took to the video sharing platform to show off her epic B&M Christmas gift haul and it’s left many people very impressed. 

Chelsi revealed that her daughter is a big arts and crafts fan and so she picked up bags full of cheap bits from B&M, with many items under £2, which she is going to use to create the ultimate arts and crafts trolley. 

The young mum uploaded her clip to TikTok with the caption ‘B&M haul!’.

At the start of the clip, we see the mum with three large B&M bags that are packed full of bargain buys. 

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She then went through the bags, revealing her purchases, as she said: “I went to B&M so I’m going to do a B&M haul.

“I have quite a bit to show you so I’m going to be quick, but this is stuff for Christmas so it might give you some ideas.

“I bought two of these for my kids – I thought they were great little stocking fillers, they’re just sweets that are £5 each.

“I got some jelly bath stuff – I’m not sure which kid I’m going to give this too yet but they absolutely love this stuff.

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“My son’s main present is going to be an electric scooter and I wanted to get my three-year-old another big present so she’s got a big present too, so I’m going to do her a three-tier crafting trolley.

“She absolutely loves arts and crafts so this is going to be her main present.

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“I’m going to buy a three-tier trolley and get mason jars and plastic cups and little containers and do a crafting thing for her, so I can wheel it in and out of my cupboard and she can wheel it out when she needs it.

“I got pritt-sticks, glitter glue (£1.99), some clear PVA glue £2).

“I got loads of pens and pencils which I’m going to get out of the packet and put in jars.

“I got some markers, jittery pens (£1.99), metallic pens, gel pens (£2), these cute little pens (£2) and some crayons (£1.50).

“I then got this giant paint stick and these were two for £20.

“I got highlighters, sticky tape, coloured card, white card, a big notepad, a colouring pad, some paint, Blue-Tac, sticky notes, a stapler, some feathers, coloured tissue paper, some crazy slime.

“And then this mega-box (£12.99) – there’s eyeballs and lolly pop sticks in there.

“All of that came to £112, I know it’s quite a lot but she loves crafts and this is going to be built so it’s a big present.

“She’s going to love it”.

Chelsi’s video has clearly impressed many, as it has quickly racked up a whopping 408.2k views in just three days.

It has 40.6k likes, 482 comments and 73 shares. 

TikTok users thought Chelsi’s craft trolley was a great idea and rushed to the comments to express this.

One person said: “Love how creative you are with your daughter’s pressie”. 

Another added: “Yes!!! Let us see it looks like it’s going to be fab!!! It’s given me some ideas anyway”. 

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A third commented: “What a great idea”. 

Meanwhile, someone else noted: “Can’t wait to see the craft trolley organised”.

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