There's no better time than lockdown to give your home a little makeover.

But what you don't want is to spend a fortune on it, especially during this tough time.

But this mum-of-five shared exactly how she managed to build her dream greenhouse for just over £60, reported the Daily Mail.

Elizabeth Bloodworth, 43, said that she'd always dreamed of owning a greenhouse to grow her own fruit and veg, but the one's she'd seen were always out of her budget - so she decided to make her own.

Her first port of call was the local window company to see whether they had any windows heading for the skip, and luckily they were kind enough as to hand over 13 windows of different shapes and sizes.

She decided to build her own, and went to her local window company for help

The mum from Newbury, Berkshire, explained that because of this she had to plan the design of the greenhouse very carefully to make sure she didn't waste any space.

The roof panels were the most expensive purchase of the project costing £60, which she sourced from Amazon with a gift voucher.

She sourced the roof panels from Amazon for £60, her biggest project cost

Whereas the frame was constructed out of pallet wood and other timber, which she already had.

The door was also upcycled, after Emily had kept it for years knowing it would come in handy one day.

She came up with the idea if making each wall separately so that she could always dissemble it if she moved
People were saying it should be nominated for a George Clark shed of the year award

And since she rents her house and has no idea if she'll move in the future, she made each wall separately so it can be dismantled - that way she'll be able to take her pride and joy with her, genius.

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One person said: "I've never wanted a greenhouse until I've seen this."

Another added: "Fantastic. This deserves to be nominated for Shed of the Year with George Clark."

A third also commented: "That is honestly fantastic!! You've just given me inspiration to build something like this myself."

And: "Far more attractive than a pre-fab greenhouse, well done" said a fourth.