Amidst the growing fear of COVID 19, you must be wondering what will happen on Halloween this year. Will there be trick-or-treating or not? There is no outright answer but definitely there are going to be many changes and one of them sure is trick-or-treating with social distancing. Keeping this in mind, DIY-er couple Grenier and wife Jaimie Nakae of The Wicked Makers have devised a unique way for social-distanced trick-or-treating.
The couple has created a DIY candy slide using PVC pipe, skulls, and a few other supplies. One person stands at one end of the prop and slides candy down to trick-or-treaters waiting at the other end. It will let you enjoy the festivities from a safe distance of 6-feet.
This DIY Halloween prop can be decorated in different ways. Actually, it is upon you how creatively you decorate it. The couple has used skull props and cheesecloth for most of the decor. Making one is not very difficult and can be prepared very easily at home. If you want to give it a try, check out the full project at The Wicked Makers.
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