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Last minute doesn’t have to be stressful. Here are 5 costume ideas with Duck Tape® for your kids without even buying a costume. 

1. Combine a plaid shirt with a DIY tool belt with duct tape covered tools to make a simple costume.

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2. Add duct tape ears to a headband to make a unique cat costume. Check out how to make it here.

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3. T-shirt costumes are an easy way to make a homemade, inexpensive costume. With a black shirt and pants, add white duct tape strips as bones to make a spooky skeleton.  Here is a step by step on how to make the skeleton costume.

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4. Need accessories? Cover foam with duct tape to make a fun and safe sword and shield for a knight costume.

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5. A little more involved, form an airplane out of cardboard or foam and cover it with duct tape to make an airplane. 

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6. Cut out superhero masks out of cardstock or paper and add string. To see how to make it, check out this step by step.

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7. Every superhero needs accessories, right? Match your masks above with cuffs made out of duct tape and toilet paper.

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Need more inspiration? Check out 5 simple Halloween crafts to do with your kids or DIY Halloween party ideas to save even more money this season.

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