A MUM has shared the thoughtful sweet kebabs she made for her daughter's class – at just over 50p a pop.
The thoughtful parent made the sweet treats for 30 kids for £17.38 – so she can spoil the kids on her child's eighth birthday tomorrow.
She stocked up on Asda's four for £1 sweet bags – buying cherries, pastels, foam ice creams, milk bottles and fizzy bottles.
She then fill the long sticks out with lumps – costing £1 for five – which she cut up to spread the love.
The mum got the personalised stickers from Etsy, for £2.38, and they read "Erya is 8 today! Happy birthday!"
As for the kebab sticks, they were Asda's wooden summer BBQ ones, costing 75 for £1.
Posting on Facebook's Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, she said: "30 home made sweet kebabs made for my daughters class mates.
"She’s so excited for Monday… None of her classmates have allergies I checked before hand."
She added: "Grand total of £17. 38. So just over half the price! Cheapest I could find were £1 each plus postage and were half the size."
The sweet post racked up 1,400 likes and hundreds of impressed comments.
Commenting on the post, people raved: "They look fantastic!", "love this idea", "how cool do these look" and "omg they r amazing".
Others said they were stealing the idea for kids' party bags, summer fetes and even wedding favours.
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