Woman Builds 'Beetlejuice' Sandworm To Safely Hand Out Candy This Halloween

There are some people, like me, who love Halloween. And no matter what's going on in the world — hello pandemic, can you hear me? — it won't ruin our favorite occasion.

That's exactly what this handywoman thought, too. So, she came up with a clever and safe way to give out treats to kids that's straight out of a Tim Burton movie.

This lady didn't want any pandemic to put a damper on her beloved time of the year.

She didn't want kids to have to miss out on Halloween either. So she got crafty and made a sandworm inspired by her favorite Tim Burton movie.

This clever sandworm is actually a Halloween candy chute that she is going to use to hand out candy to trick or treaters this year.

The premise is pretty simple. It's a long tube the candy will travel through to deliver the goods to trick-or-treaters waiting at the bottom.

The chute idea was inspired by Tim Burton's 'Beetlejuice' and the sandworm creature it features.

It's always been the creepiest part of the movie for me, hee, hee. But I gotta say, her idea is pretty genius if you ask me.

It's made out of very ordinary materials.

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Things like various types of foam, drain spouts, poster boards, some turquoise trim, glue, and — believe it or not — duct tape to hold it all together. All you need to do is put your creativity to good use.

She first started by crafting the body using the drain spouts.

Then came the more advanced parts like cutting all the headpieces out of the foam. I bet it was time-consuming but totally worth it in the end.

Whoa, can you believe how creative some people are? I'm totally blown away by this project.

It seems so elementary but yet so elaborate and awesome. If only everybody would follow suit and do this in the entire neighborhood. Am I right?

This creative lady definitely made the best of this.

She used her skills and ingenuity to make her sandworm look as realistic and as close to the movie as possible. I love the whole idea of it here. It's absolutely fantastic.

The final step was of course attaching it to the railing and making sure the candies came out smoothly to the other side

Once it was all done and tested, it got the stamp of approval to be used on Halloween.

Oh my goodness, I totally floored by this cool idea.

If I ever have a porch like this I would definitely do this, too. What do you think of this? Isn't this the most awesome thing you've seen this Halloween or what?