How to Make an Out For Delivery Costume For Kids With Mobility Issues
Halloween is a time to dress up in creative outfits and enjoy yourself while scaring others, but for families with children with mobility issues it can be more of a struggle than it’s worth. So many families turn to DIY costumes – or “boxtumes” as some refer to them – created using household objects like delivery boxes and scrap fabric instead.
These accessible, accessible, and affordable costumes will inspire your child to go out for delivery – whether they choose to be a fierce dragon with wheel covers or their hero on a bike! Not only that, they’re also an easy way to recycle empty cardboard boxes that come with online purchases made by their children, helping reduce unnecessary waste!
This costume for delivery includes a snap button cuffed short sleeve top, belt, pants and gloves – complete with gloves! Add a hat for extra fun.
For your chance at entering, visit Manny the Frenchie or Terrell and Jarius Instagram pages between Sept. 28th and Octth 28th and comment on their posts by telling them what your dog or kid loves most about Amazon delivery drivers. One lucky winner will win an official uniform for them; then simply drop it off with any neighbor, alternate address or pickup shop (we’ll provide a list of local Parcel Shops with their return label) until Octth 29th (deadline for entry is September 29th).