Mrs Hinch has shared a genius idea for a DIY Halloween decoration that the kids can get involved in.
On Monday night, the cleaning influencer, 33, whose real name is Sophie, took to Instagram to share the process of making "a mini Halloween tree".
Sophie said: "So here I have one of my old Home Bargains Easter trees. The boys have drawn all over it and I've got a new Easter tree now, but I want to use this.
"I thought what I could do is paint that black, and then using these that I bought in home bargains – these little Halloween bauble things – so the boys could paint those, and then I've also got these little ghost Haunted House string lights, so I thought we could make a mini Halloween tree with the boys.
"I think they'll enjoy doing it – and why not? The weather's rubbish outside so whatever we can do indoors, it shall be.
"I'll let you know how it goes, or how it looks."
The family quickly got to work, and Sophie showed a clip of Ronnie, four, and Lennie, two, who she shares with husband Jamie, 41, as they carefully painted their ghost baubles, before she spray painted the Easter tree black.
Showing a look at the impressive finished product, Sophie said: "The boys' Halloween tree is complete. I think it's cute. Goodnight everyone."
The Hinchcliffe family's Halloween craft comes after their adorable weekend getaway to the Lake District.
On Sunday, the cleaning influencer shared a video of Jamie and the boys running through an open green space.
Sophie, who lives in Essex, gushed about their escape to the countryside.
She said: "The fresh air here was just another level. I've never smelt anything like it. What a place to experience."
In another snap, Ronnie and Lennie could be seen ringing the bell of a rustic tree house. The mum of two captioned the photo: "We explored the woods. The boys absolutely loved the tree house."
Next, the family of four took in the "breathtaking views" as they took a boat across the Lake Windemere, before going on to feed some geese once they were back on dry land.
Sophie and Jamie moved into their dream home in Essex early in 2022, where they now live with their sons, dog Henry, three alpacas, and their chickens.
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