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A creative mum and wife has impressed after sharing images of the coffee cart she made for her husband using affordable products from Kmart.

Candy, from Melbourne, said she wanted to make her coffee addict husband a cart that could ‘move around easily’ to make mornings a little easier. 

The stylish cart features several canisters of ground coffee, sugar, chocolate, marshmallows and cookies along with a ‘coffee guide’ Candy made herself.

Everything except the coffee machine and coffee poster was purchased from Kmart and came to a total of only $167. 

‘I don’t drink coffee, even after having a baby, so this is absolutely all for him,’ she wrote and shared a sequence of Images on Instagram. 

Candy, from Melbourne, shared how she made a coffee cart for her husband using Kmart buys

Candy, from Melbourne, shared how she made a coffee cart for her husband using Kmart buys

Candy, from Melbourne, shared how she made a coffee cart for her husband using Kmart buys 

The stylish cart features several canisters of ground coffee, sugar, chocolate, marshmallows and cookies along with a 'coffee guide' Candy made herself

The stylish cart features several canisters of ground coffee, sugar, chocolate, marshmallows and cookies along with a 'coffee guide' Candy made herself

Everything except the coffee machine and coffee poster was purchased from Kmart and came to a total of only $167

Everything except the coffee machine and coffee poster was purchased from Kmart and came to a total of only $167

The stylish cart features several canisters of ground coffee, sugar, chocolate, marshmallows and cookies along with a ‘coffee guide’ Candy made herself

The coffee station was made using a $79 white kitchen trolley with a $29 peg board mounted on the back that features three wooden shelves.

‘I joined the trolley and peg board together using some spare wood I had from previous projects, my power tools and everything my handy dad taught me,’ Candy wrote.

On the top shelf, Candy stored the coffee and hot chocolate toppings along with a $9 artificial plant for decoration. 

The middle shelf stored the ground coffee, sugar and chocolate powder, and the bottom shelf stored the coffee guide – which illustrated how to make 12 different hot drinks.

On top of the trolley itself, Candy placed the Breville coffee machine and additional coffee sachets in tall glass canisters.  

Candy made the 'coffee guide' herself that illustrates how to make 12 different hot drinks - including affogato, mocha, flat white and latte (pictured)

Candy made the 'coffee guide' herself that illustrates how to make 12 different hot drinks - including affogato, mocha, flat white and latte (pictured)

Candy made the ‘coffee guide’ herself that illustrates how to make 12 different hot drinks – including affogato, mocha, flat white and latte (pictured) 

Images shared online show how Candy drew the impressive coffee guide

Images shared online show how Candy drew the impressive coffee guide

Once she finished drawing the 12 mugs, she wrote the name of each drink and ingredients needed

Once she finished drawing the 12 mugs, she wrote the name of each drink and ingredients needed

Images shared online show how Candy drew the impressive coffee guide

The stylish cart was made using a $79 white kitchen trolley with a $29 peg board mounted on the back that features three wooden shelves

The stylish cart was made using a $79 white kitchen trolley with a $29 peg board mounted on the back that features three wooden shelves

She bought the peg board and trolley because she didn't want to mount anything on the walls

She bought the peg board and trolley because she didn't want to mount anything on the walls

The stylish cart was made using a $79 white kitchen trolley with a $29 peg board mounted on the back that features three wooden shelves

Candy opted to purchase the trolley and peg board as she didn’t want to mount anything on the walls because they’re renting.

‘My husband was amazed, surprised and loved it so very much! So mission accomplished!’ she wrote. 

The end result looked fantastic and amazed more than 1,800 people part of the ‘Kmart & The Warehouse Hacks’ Facebook group.

‘That is absolutely incredible! And the sign is amazing – you are incredibly talented, you could sell them!’ one woman wrote.

‘Wow this looks awesome! Need to do this as my hubby loves coffee too,’ another wrote.

A third added: ‘The poster is gorgeous!! Well done.’

What Kmart products were used? 

White kitchen trolley- $79

Peg Board – $29

Small glass canister – $4 each x 4

Tall glass canister – $4 each x 4 

Large glass canister – $6 each x 3 

Artificial sprawling plant – $9 

Total: $167 

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Source: DailyMail

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