Jaimie and Jay from the YouTube channel Wicked Makers are utterly obsessed with Halloween Given the fact they're also parents to two kids, they want to make the most beloved Fall family activity — aka trick-or-treating! — as safe as possible amid the pandemic.Rather than risking the spread of the coronavirus by leaving out a bowl of chocolate bars, the pair got to work making a spooky candy slide that delivers treats to little ones from a safe six feet away.
Although it takes some serious DIY energy to follow their tutorial and throw this creepy prop together, we can't help but give Jaimie and Jay an A for effort!After using various sizes of PVC pipe to make the base of the candy slide, Jaimie relied on her trusty glue gun to totally creepify their handy invention, complete with skeleton and mummy details.
By the looks of the video, it seems like the neighborhood kiddos loved the idea. But keep in mind, parents: while Jaimie and Jay note they're "in a bubble" with the children featured in the demonstration, if you make one of these awesome slides, the candy transactions should be completely contactless and masks should definitely be on at all times to ensure safety!