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Sneaky mum reveals VERY clever hiding spot for her giant lolly stash

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 19/10/2020 02:10:01 Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia
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A mother has left the internet in stitches after sharing the ultimate hiding spot for her secret lolly stash.

The Australian woman shared pictures showing rows upon rows of lollies hiding behind her bedroom door after using an 'over the door' storage organiser, in which she purchased for $25 from Kmart.

'Kmart over the door storage, kids open my bedroom door and can't see my stash - winning,' the mother wrote in a Facebook group on Saturday.

a close up of a door: A mother has left the internet in stitches after sharing the ultimate hiding spot for her secret lolly stash so her kids can't find them © Provided by Daily MailA mother has left the internet in stitches after sharing the ultimate hiding spot for her secret lolly stash so her kids can't find them

The post has since been met with more than 4,200 'likes' and 680 comments, with many parents describing it as a 'parenting win' and a 'mum hack at its finest'.

'Great idea. Now to figure out how to open them without the packet crinkling and alerting them,' one woman wrote.

Another said: 'I'm so stealing this idea to hide my stash. Mine much bigger though so I hope this is still big enough.'

However, many revealed the trick won't work in their home. 

'My kids would have this sniffed out and raided before I'd had a chance to even pack it in,' one woman confessed, along with a laughing emoji.

The woman shared pictures showing rows upon rows of lollies hiding behind her bedroom door after using a $25 'over the door' storage organiser from Kmart © Provided by Daily MailThe woman shared pictures showing rows upon rows of lollies hiding behind her bedroom door after using a $25 'over the door' storage organiser from Kmart a refrigerator filled with food: The post has since been met with more than 4,200 'likes' and 680 comments, with many parents describing it as a 'parenting win' and a 'mum hack at its finest' © Provided by Daily MailThe post has since been met with more than 4,200 'likes' and 680 comments, with many parents describing it as a 'parenting win' and a 'mum hack at its finest'

A second mother revealed: 'My children when they were little had noses like a bloodhound so I used to keep Christmas presents, snacks and anything I did not want them to see in a suitcase in the back of my car.'

A third woman said: 'My kids are like sniffer dogs. They'd find them in no time! Seems it's a talent they all share.' 

A fourth woman said: 'Great idea but can't do that in the future when we have kids, because my husband will eat them all.'

And another added: 'It's all fun and games until on of the packets either falls or makes a noise when it hits the wall.' 

Others confessed they also have a secret stash of lollies at home. 

'I have a stash as well. Saves me going to the shop late at night when I have cravings! Great idea.' 

Meanwhile, one mother revealed the best hiding spot for Christmas gifts.

'I ended up hiding them in their [children's] own wardrobe. The only place they never found them,' she said.

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