Because our trick-or-treating journey will be a bit long this year, my husband decided to make Roscoe’s wagon part of the costume. My son received it for his birthday this year after we did some rust-removal and repainting. It’s now one of his most prized possessions and we love its versatility and usefulness.
My hubby found some old cardboard in our attic and a few wooden sign posts. He cut them out, decorated them with some of our old paint (the red was left over from the wagon) and made an easy add-on to the wagon.
It cost just under $4.00 total for this fabulous moving costume and the objects we reused have been granted a second (more glamorous) life too! It’s more adorable and natural than those large plastic vehicles for sale at big-box stores and it’s provided just as much fun.