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Kids’ Star Wars TIE Fighter and X-Wing Cosplay

by Conner Flynn
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This cosplay reminds us of the kid in all of us when it comes to Star Wars. This is how we felt as kids when we first saw those movies and this is the kind of thing we did. Kids don’t need a huge budget to have fun. Just some cardboard and their imaginations.

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This adorable cosplay was part of the 2014 Global Cardboard Challenge inspired by Caine’s Arcade. In this annual event, kids come up with a cool way to use cardboard and recycled materials.

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I think it’s safe to say that these kids were the best with their X-Wing and TIE fighter cardboard outfits. The X-Wing even has a helmet made with paper plates and an R2 unit in the back. I know what they are going to be this Halloween.

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[via Nerd Approved via Fashionably Geek]

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