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Stacey Solomon shares genius organising hack for partner Joe using children's Lego

The Loose Women panellist was helped by her eldest son Zach

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Nichola Murphy
Deputy Lifestyle Editor
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Stacey Solomon has wasted no time getting creative while the nation is in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic - and her latest home hack involves her children's toys! The Loose Women panellist took to her Instagram Stories to reveal she was preparing a thoughtful surprise for her partner Joe Swash, who she revealed regularly loses his keys. 

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Stacey's eldest son Zach helped create the key organiser

After beginning to tidy away the Lego before her youngest son Rex woke up from his nap, she found a better use for them in the form of a key organiser - and she delighted her fans by providing a step-by-step breakdown of the process. Firstly, a video shows her eldest son Zachary using an electric drill to create holes in a piece of white Lego, and Stacey explained they then "attached them to our keys like a key ring." Getting artistic with the toys, she also said: "We tried to make characters that we thought looked like me and Hoe," before showing off one brunette female figurine dressed in a pink outfit with wings, and another male one with long ginger hair dressed in a grey suit. 

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Stacey shared a picture of the finished product on her Instagram Stories

"Stuck our characters to a large piece of Lego which we glue gunned to a pot and that's it," the 30-year-old captioned the video. And the finished product is quite impressive, with both her own and Joe's keys attached to the key organiser using a small Lego piece. The doting mother was clearly thrilled with the finished design as she could be heard saying: "Zach it's so cool, you did so good!" to which the 12-year-old replied: "Thanks, mum."

WATCH: Stacey Solomon shares a glimpse into her lockdown date night with Joe Swash

Earlier in the day, Stacey also repurposed her recycling rubbish into pencil cases for her sons. The TV star shared a peek inside the family's arts and crafts session, where they each transformed an empty bottle of their choice - in Stacey's case, the Ketchup container - using just glue, scissors and a zip. Keep the free home hacks coming please, Stacey!

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