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How to turn a kids radio flyer wagon into a zoo cage for halloween?

My daughters are going to be animals for halloween and. I want to turn our wagon into a cage and be able to pull them around but I dont know how to make one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

4 Responses to How to turn a kids radio flyer wagon into a zoo cage for halloween?

  • raina_vissora says:

    To be honest, I’d just borrow a large dog crate from a neighbor and strap it down on the wagon. Heck of a lot easier than building a fake cage.

    But if you’d rather do it the hard way, 1/4 inch PVC pipe makes excellent bars. All you’d have to do is find a way to secure them to the wagon. I’d bolt them in myself, but I’m assuming you want the wagon to go back to being a wagon after Halloween. Probably the easiest way to make it temporary would be to make a lightweight wood frame for the top and bottom, use a hole saw or paddle bit to drill out some 1/4 inch holes and run the PVC through it. Hot glue them so they don’t slide, and then attach to the wagon however you like (duct tape would certainly work, but if you don’t care for the idea of removing the sticky residue later, try a couple of tiedown straps. Most hardware stores have them in the automotive department).

  • nick says:

    That is gonna be kinda hard, but i would make on out of the white PVC pipe at hone depot, you need a ton of "T’s" and 90 degrees you could figure all that out , but you can cut them to the same lenght and mak it as big as you want an it will be sturdy. or if you are really good , wood and dowle rods, but lets not get to complicated, her, wood would be cheaper, but , hope that helps, send me details I’ll lay it all out for you. but
    maybe a nice donation to my paypal acct will get you one built and delivered, and then spray paint it black.

  • Turkey Sammich says:

    you could go to a pet store and find a cage that fits down in it

  • artist91746 says:

    You could use a large box and decorate it to look like a cage.

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