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Kid Gets Awesome Tusken Raider Costume Thanks to Equally Awesome Dad

by Paul Strauss

Halloween is almost here, and if you’re looking for ideas to make your kid the coolest kid in the neighborhood, you might want to check out what illustrator/animator Ward Jenkins did for his kid last year.


Yep, little Ezra has been magically transformed into the most awesome pint-sized Tusken Raider ever. Ward achieved this costuming greatness using a variety of household items including torn up fabric, old belts for the bandoliers, and some highly versatile toilet paper rolls for the eye/goggle thingies. I think that toilet paper rolls are the new duct tape. And duct tape was the new hot glue.


Apparently the “deadly” Gaderffi (bet you didn’t know it was called that) is actually a cheap mom with colored paper and some slapped on it.


Yet again, another parent proving how great parents can truly be. If you’ve got kids, you’ve got a tall hill to climb to keep up with Ward and Ezra this year.

[Flickr via Boing Boing and Buzzfeed]

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