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Ta Dah! A mother who stays at home makes impressive costumes from cardboard, paint and clothing - such as this issue of & # 39; world peace & # 39; - for less than $ 10 per doll

A cunning and creative mother proves that all you need for an impressive Halloween costume is cardboard, paint, some glue and your imagination.

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Danielle Bevens, a mother of two who stays at home, manages to create affordable children's costumes that are inspired by everything from household items to cartoons using leftover packaging and some art supplies.

24-year-old Alberta, Canadian delicacies, looks forward to Instagram every year as she unveils the resourceful costumes – including a vending machine, salad and & # 39; world peace & # 39; – which gave her a doll less than $ 10.

Ta Dah! A mother who stays at home makes impressive costumes from cardboard, paint and clothing - such as this issue of & # 39; world peace & # 39; - for less than $ 10 per doll

Ta Dah! A mother who stays at home makes impressive costumes from cardboard, paint and clothing – such as this issue of & # 39; world peace & # 39; – for less than $ 10 per doll

Imagination: the Canadian mother made a salad costume on the left and a succulent costume on the right for her son Noah, four

Imagination: the Canadian mother made a salad costume on the left and a succulent costume on the right for her son Noah, four

Imagination: the Canadian mother made a salad costume on the left and a succulent costume on the right for her son Noah, four

Imagination: the Canadian mother made a salad costume on the left and a succulent costume on the right for her son Noah, four

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Imagination: the Canadian mother made a salad costume on the left and a succulent costume on the right for her son Noah, four

Mom: Danielle Bevens, 24, deals with the glue gun every October and makes impressive costumes for her two sons Noah, left, and Toby

Mom: Danielle Bevens, 24, deals with the glue gun every October and makes impressive costumes for her two sons Noah, left, and Toby

Mom: Danielle Bevens, 24, deals with the glue gun every October and makes impressive costumes for her two sons Noah, left, and Toby

Danielle told before Good morning America: & # 39; I always wonder what mothers do with all the boxes, because I have an abundance of cardboard. & # 39;

& # 39; Almost every costume is made of paper, cardboard, paint and hot glue and whatever economical clothing I need, & # 39; she added.

Every October she makes different costumes for her sons Noah, four, and Toby, two.

At the end of the month, Danielle gives away her self-made costumes to other families so that more children can enjoy the quirky outfits.

Inventive: some costumes, such as Noah's Dobby the house elf look from 2018, don't even need cardboard
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Inventive: some costumes, such as Noah's Dobby the house elf look from 2018, don't even need cardboard

Inventive: some costumes, such as Noah's Dobby the house elf look from 2018, don't even need cardboard

Remains: Danielle said she was flooded with leftover cardboard, hence her decision to reuse it in costumes such as a vending machine inspired for Noah

Remains: Danielle said she was flooded with leftover cardboard, hence her decision to reuse it in costumes such as a vending machine inspired for Noah

Remains: Danielle said she was flooded with leftover cardboard, hence her decision to reuse it in costumes such as a vending machine inspired for Noah

Tradition: Danielle started making the costumes in 2017 when her now two-year-old son Toby in the photo was just a baby

Tradition: Danielle started making the costumes in 2017 when her now two-year-old son Toby in the photo was just a baby

Tradition: Danielle started making the costumes in 2017 when her now two-year-old son Toby in the photo was just a baby
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Tradition: Danielle started making the costumes in 2017 when her now two-year-old son Toby in the photo was just a baby

Tradition: Danielle started making the costumes in 2017 when her now two-year-old son Toby in the photo was just a baby

Her first costume project, in October 2017, transformed the then baby Toby into an avocado.

That same month she used two packages of cotton balls to create a cute lamb costume for her son.

By the next Halloween season in 2018, Danielle was busy making outfits, including a Rubik & # 39; s cube, a vending machine and a Dobby the house elf of the outfit inspired by Harry Potter.

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So far, Danielle has turned Noah into a succulent and stripped her friend's son as Paddington Bear.

Imaginative: Nothing seems impossible for talented Danielle, including a Rubiks cube, left and Oscar de Grouch costume for Toby and Noah respectively

Imaginative: Nothing seems impossible for talented Danielle, including a Rubiks cube, left and Oscar de Grouch costume for Toby and Noah respectively

Imaginative: Nothing seems impossible for talented Danielle, including a Rubiks cube, left and Oscar de Grouch costume for Toby and Noah respectively

Imaginative: Nothing seems impossible for talented Danielle, including a Rubiks cube, left and Oscar de Grouch costume for Toby and Noah respectively

Imaginative: Nothing seems impossible for talented Danielle, including a Rubiks cube, left and Oscar de Grouch costume for Toby and Noah respectively

Low costs: the costumes that the creative mother makes are cheap, like this lamb made from cotton balls

Low costs: the costumes that the creative mother makes are cheap, like this lamb made from cotton balls

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Low costs: the costumes that the creative mother makes are cheap, like this lamb made from cotton balls

Cute! The cute costumes, such as porcupine equipment with cardboard & # 39; spikes & # 39 ;, have helped Danielle to get 15,000 followers on Instagram

Cute! The cute costumes, such as porcupine equipment with cardboard & # 39; spikes & # 39 ;, have helped Danielle to get 15,000 followers on Instagram

Cute! The cute costumes, such as porcupine equipment with cardboard & # 39; spikes & # 39 ;, have helped Danielle to get 15,000 followers on Instagram

Friends: the resourceful mother also makes costumes for her friend's children, pictured, and donates the outfits she makes to other families at the end of October

Friends: the resourceful mother also makes costumes for her friend's children, pictured, and donates the outfits she makes to other families at the end of October

Friends: the resourceful mother also makes costumes for her friend's children, pictured, and donates the outfits she makes to other families at the end of October

Another more obscure costume came under the guise of & # 39; world peace & # 39 ;.

Busy mother: Danielle, in the photo, is also a talented photographer and creator of content

Busy mother: Danielle, in the photo, is also a talented photographer and creator of content

Busy mother: Danielle, in the photo, is also a talented photographer and creator of content

Danielle revealed on Instagram that she & # 39; ideas & # 39; had bounced for the above-mentioned suit with her mother.

She explained: & # 39; We decided that we would make a papier-mach practice ball. A million junk, a lot of newspapers and a last-minute peace sign & # 39; because his little hand didn't convey the message [and it is] one of my new favorites. & # 39;

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Across the pond, in the UK, 25-year-old mother Siobhan Smith also gets a grip on the homemade costumes she made for her daughter.

Her first costume for daughter Caoimhe, now five, was a grandmother, who she bought entirely from items she already owned.

This was followed by a Starbucks paper coffee cup cost, the Statue of Liberty and a Transformer, all of which cost her less than $ 10.

The Glasgow mother was told by social media users that her daughter & # 39; Halloween wins & # 39; after Siobhan shared the cheap, happy and creative costumes.

One for effort! The little girl was named the & # 39; winner of Halloween & # 39; when her mother shared photos of her dressed as a transformer on the left and the Statue of Liberty on the right

One for effort! The little girl was named the & # 39; winner of Halloween & # 39; when her mother shared photos of her dressed as a transformer on the left and the Statue of Liberty on the right

One for effort! The little girl was named the & # 39; winner of Halloween & # 39; when her mother shared photos of her dressed as a transformer on the left and the Statue of Liberty on the right
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One for effort! The little girl was named the & # 39; winner of Halloween & # 39; when her mother shared photos of her dressed as a transformer on the left and the Statue of Liberty on the right

One for effort! The little girl was named the & # 39; winner of Halloween & # 39; when her mother shared photos of her dressed as a transformer on the left and the Statue of Liberty on the right

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