Most children choose Halloween and dress up as their favorite Disney princesses or superheroes – but then there are the particularly imaginative children who think outside the box. Far away outside.
Proud parents go to social media to show off the unusual, creative and just strange costumes that their children have asked for this year.
Of course none of them could & # 39; automatic & # 39; or & # 39; sunken ship & # 39; find costumes at Party City of Spirit Halloween, so talented mothers and fathers have rolled up their sleeves and whipped out their glue guns to make some of the most impressive homemade costumes from 2019.
B2 please! A funny child from Maine wanted to be a Halloween vending machine this year, so his mother made him the costume
Talented: Felicia Osmond of Bowdoin Center shared photos of the costume in progree
A funny boy from Maine wanted to be a vending machine.
Felicia Osmond of Bowdoin Center showed the incredible and unique costume that her son Cam wore earlier this month in a series of Facebook photos.
& # 39; Cam asked to be a snack machine for Halloween. It seemed appropriate because he always asked for & # 39; anudder snack & # 39 ;, she wrote.
& # 39; Never underestimate a woman with a glue gun and a Cricut. Total cost: $ 8. & # 39;
Photos show a very realistic mini-snack machine with a slot for money and a window with three options: Trident chewing gum, peanuts M & M & # 39; s and cheese crackers. Felicia has also uploaded a number of photos behind the scenes of her trial.
Too funny! The son of actor Jeff Cannata wanted to become a Rain Sprinkler grass sprinkler
The son of actor Jeff Cannata is another child with hyper-specific interests, and this year the three-year-old wanted to become a grass sprinkler.
But not just a grass sprinkler.
& # 39; At my own request, my son is a sprinkler for Halloween. A Rain Bird sprinkler to be precise. Yes, my 3-year-old has a favorite sprinkler brand, & Jeff wrote on Instagram.
A cute photo shows the grinning little boy wearing a Rain Bird brand T-shirt and a fake grass skirt, with a wrapper around his waist and a tube in his hands.
A real sprayer appears to be on his head.
Foodie: Texas Field Lisa Field revealed on Facebook that her daughter Emerson asked months ago if she could be a Halloween refrigerator
A peek inside: she also shared a video of the very elaborate costume in action
Lisa Field, living in Texas, revealed on Facebook that her daughter Emerson asked months ago if she could be a Halloween fridge.
& # 39; I postponed giving her a box with the thought that she would definitely change her mind, but she never did, & # 39; she said. & # 39; So when the perfect box crossed my path a few days before our local costume parade, we went to work!
& # 39; She came up with the idea and designed the costume and I helped her with the construction. I think it has become pretty good and it was hilarious to see her walk in it! & # 39;
She also shared a video of the very elaborate costume in action, in which Emerson walked through the gray fridge with her hand protruding from the side and her head peeking from the top.
The refrigerator doors are decorated with pictures and frames, and there are plants and boxes stored on top. When the refrigerator doors swing open, one sees food in them, including eggs, milk, sour cream, soup, butter from Land & O, Lakes, tonic water and peanuts. M & M & # 39; s.
The freezer compartment has banana dolls, Ben & Jerry & # 39; s and Farm Rich waffles.
Super specific: a four-year-old boy named James dresses like the Edmund Fitzgerald, a cargo ship that sank on Lake Superior in 1975 and killed a crew of 29
Fall in love: James has been in love recently & # 39; on ships and in shipwrecks and especially likes this story
Homemade: his grandmother Peggy Ryan always makes the costumes and was surprised by this request, but did incredibly well
The Edmund Fitzgerald, a sunken cargo ship from 1975
For this year's trick-or-treat, a four-year-old boy from Minnesota dresses like the Edmund Fitzgerald, a cargo ship that sank on Lake Superior in 1975 and killed a crew of 29.
According to MPR News, every year Peggy Ryan asks her grandchildren in August what they want to be for Halloween so she can start making their costumes. Her son Mike said his son James wanted to be the 730-foot ship.
When Peggy thought it was a joke, Mike said "No, he really wants to be the Edmund Fitzgerald. Do you think you can make it?"
James has recently been & # 39; in love & # 39; on ships and in shipwrecks and especially likes this story.
Grandma required to spend only $ 10 on a four-foot ship suit that has the ship's name on the side and even lights up.
It went viral earlier this month when Peggy's daughter, podcast host, and comedy writer Erin Ryan shared the story on Twitter.
Peggy's other grandson is going like a ghost this year.
Yum! Las Vegas nurse Nidra Cummings made mother-son costumes to wear with her two-year-old Nathan, dressed as Popeyes spokeswoman Annie and the sold-out chicken sandwich
Cute! Nathan looks cute as the sandwich that Nidra made with felt pieces and a dark yellow sweater. She even glued cornflakes to the sleeves to make the chicken look crispy
Popeyes & # 39; sold out chicken sandwich
Las Vegas nurse Nidra Cummings made mother-son costumes to wear with her two-year-old Nathan.
So she dressed as Popeye's chicken spokeswoman Annie and turned Nathan into the sold-out baked chicken sandwich that debuted this summer.
Nathan looks cute as the sandwich that Nidra made with felt pieces and a dark yellow sweater. She even glued cornflakes to the sleeves to make the chicken look crispy.
Although Popeyes has announced that the sandwich will be back in stores this Sunday, November 3, Nidra said: & # 39; We have bought back the chicken sandwich a few days earlier. & # 39;
Impressive! Mother Andrea Hamburg from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania went all out for a joint suit for her three-year-old twin daughters, Elizabeth and Louise
The details: she first dressed them as Beanie Babies and made one Lizzy the Lamb and the other Lou Lou the Poodle. She even wrote short poems for the inside of their Ty. labels
The light on! Then with a little help, she built a giant claw machine to put them in
A claw machine
Mother Andrea Hamburg from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania went all out for a joint suit for her three-year-old twin daughters, Elizabeth and Louise.
First she dressed them as Beanie Babies and made one Lizzy the Lamb and the other Lou Lou the Poodle. She even wrote short poems for the inside of their Ty. tags.
Then with a little help, she built a giant claw machine to put them in. She said Good morning America they are & # 39; obsessed & # 39; with claw machines.
Photos show the smiling girls in the realistic claw machine, which was also filled with some toys to play with. It was then placed on top of a set of wheels so that mom or dad could pull on it.
Slurp! Mother Kim Versnel Beal proudly showed her daughter's windows
Mother Kim Versnel Beal proudly showed the costume that one of her daughters came up with this Halloween.
& # 39; My daughter wanted to be windows for Halloween … the windows are from Aldi, & # 39; she wrote.
The girl is wearing a sweater with a Maruchan cow pattern and matching pants with a chicken flavor pattern.
However, she went all the way and made a huge piece of headgear from window packages.
Drink up! Scott Shaffer's daughter dressed as her favorite Yeti tumbler to go trick-or-treat this year
A Yeti tumbler
Scott Shaffer's daughter dressed as her favorite thermos to go trick or treat this year.
& # 39; She asked her what she wanted to be for Halloween and she said she wanted to become a #Yeti! & # 39; he tweeted.
Photos show his daughter dressed as a blue Yeti tumbler, with a lid above her head.
Creepy! Actor Avery Monsen says he & # 39; loves a project & # 39; – so when his friend's seven-year-old said he was a & # 39; lava monster & # 39; wanted to be, he went to work
A lava monster
Actor Avery Monsen says he & # 39; loves a project & # 39; – so when his girlfriend's seven-year-old said he was a & # 39; lava monster & # 39; wanted to be, he went to work.
The creepy mask is orange and red and seems to melt, with drops dripping along the mouth and neck.
Glowing red eyes are even installed for maximum impact.
Sweet: Adam Morgan & # 39; s daughter wanted to be a taco, so his wife made this costume
Of course there are taco costumes in stores – but not many children ask their parents to dress them up for Halloween.
But Adam Morgan, editor in chief of the Chicago Review of Books, said that's what his daughter wanted – so his wife delivered.
In a cute photo, the little girl sticks out her tongue while wearing a white shirt with felt-taco ingredients, plus an ivory-colored cardigan that should be the shell.
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