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This is a versatile costume. It could be anything – a TV, a shopkin or anything else rectangular. Perfect for Halloween or just as something silly for the weekend. Best bit is most of us mums have nappy boxes lying around at some point.


Material

  • 1 empty nappy box
  • scissors
  • paint

Method

  1. Keep the open flap in the box where you have opened the box.
  2. Turn the box over and cut a hole in the base for your child's head and then on both sides for their arms.
  3. Paint the box a grey colour to be a robot (my daughter was too excited to let me do this step!!)




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    • 11 Jun 2016
      2:38 pm

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  • Recycling at its very best. Thank you for the idea.

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  • Pop nappy boxes aside for book week too!

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  • I have not been putting my nappy boxes to good use! Craftnoon time all set

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  • This is a very versatile idea.

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  • Cool idea. We could spend an afternoon painting and decorating so when it dries my son can be a robot. Good fun.

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  • Very easy way to make a robot

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  • Every girl needs one of those!

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  • What a cutie pie …she makes a lovely robot.
    Great idea and the possibilities are endless…look mum I’m on TV. te he . oh mum I’m a computer today.
    tHANKS for sharing. :-)

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  • What a cute smile:) we have a smaller box and I think it shall now become a space helmet

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  • A easy craft project that you can use for many ideas!

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  • A great, simple idea that would be an amazing and fun craft project; thanks for sharing!.

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  • how simple and effective this looks. A few bottle caps for robot dials would look great after it is painted.

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  • That put a smile on my face to look at! Great idea! Thank you !

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  • A lovely robot project – would look terrific with silver paint.


    • Absolutely! Pity she was too excited to let me do that bit!

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  • Oh! Look at the smile of the child! :-) Great idea!!

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