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Invasion of the Zom-Babies

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Tired of princess and puppy dog costumes? Why not dress up your baby in some scary threads this Halloween? Sure, it’s still more than a month away, but it’s better to have a costume all prepared than rush around and buy a really crappy one when you realize that you didn’t have time to make one yourself after all.

What’s a better costume for your baby than an undead one?┬áZombies are all the rage these days, so why not let your baby get in on the action?

Zombabiez

Stephanie Davidson was on the hunt for a zombie costume for babies that would make them appear to be creepy, crawling torso-only zombie and decided to make her own when she couldn’t find it. She decided to share the joy of transforming babies into the crawling dead and launched a Kickstarter campaign called Zombabiez.

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That’s essentially what these adorable-looking zombie costumes are called. Each one is made using child-safe materials and has a bunch of colorful innards and hanging organs that babies will probably have a lot of fun grabbing and chewing on.

You can check out Zombabiez here. A minimum pledge of $60(USD) will get you a Zombabiez costume for your little one, just in time for Halloween.

[via C|NET]



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