In honor of Halloween, a few kids from around the country are making their own costumes to wear to the festivities.
One of the kids, Todd Halloween, is a 3-year-old from Illinois who loves to wear her own handmade tinker-bell costume.
Hallowreen says she has been dressing up since she was 4 years old, and says she is happy to see her costume being made in such a way.
“I love my toy,” she told NBC News.
“It’s fun to make things, and I love making things and being able to make my own things and making them for myself.”
While there are a number of ways to dress up in tinker hats, costumes can be a lot of fun to wear, especially if you have friends to help you out.
“When we have kids who are really interested in making things, they like the challenge of making things,” said Melissa Kelleher, co-founder of Tinkering Up, a local group that makes costumes for kids in need.
“Kids like to be creative, and they like to make their own stuff,” she added.
“They’re kind of curious about what they can make, and how do I make it look like a tinker or a toy,” Kellehay said.
“There’s really no wrong way to dress it up.
They’re not trying to hide it or hide the fact that it’s a toy.
They just like to dress themselves up,” she said.
Some of the more creative ways to outfit a kid for Halloween are to wear a costume with a cute face, a wig, or a ponytail.
“You could wear a little bit of a costume and still have fun, but I really think kids have to wear their Halloween costumes with a smile,” Kacheeva said.
If you are looking for a DIY costume that has been created by a child, be sure to check out Tinkercad’s costume ideas.