Mouse in a Trap Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to Make Mouse in a Trap Costume

Mouse In A Trap Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
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1 Gray Long Sleeve T-Shirt Start off your pesky rodent attire by getting this long-sleeved gray T-shirt.
2 Gray Sweatpants Combine your top with these gray sweatpants.
3 White Running Shoes Try your best to sneak and escape capture with these white running shoes.
4 Mouse Costume Accessory Set Show what you really are by wearing these mouse ears, nose, and tail.
5 Foam Tubes Use these foam tubes to assemble the spring-loaded bar mechanism of the giant mousetrap.
6 Extra Large Cardboard Sheets Build the giant mousetrap using these extra-large cardboard sheets and secure it to your back.
7 Acrylic Paint Set Utilize these acrylic paints to add the necessary colors and details to the giant mousetrap.
8 Giant Cheese Stress Ball Hold on to this giant cheese stress ball and show how you were caught in the trap.

Mouse in a Trap is a small rodent caught in a traditional wooden mousetrap. Typically, a wild mouse is considered a pest or vermin as they sometimes invade a house and damage food packaging, contaminate food, and transmit diseases. As such, they are often targeted using traps, including the traditional mousetrap which consists of a rectangular wooden base with a heavily spring-loaded bar and a trip to release it. A cheese is usually used as bait on the trip, which releases the bar rapidly and forcefully when touched by the mouse.

Mouse in a Trap is a common house spectacle. To look like one, you will need to wear a long-sleeved gray T-shirt, gray sweatpants, white running shoes, mouse ears, a nose and a tail, and a giant cardboard mousetrap with foam trap bars.

About Mouse in a Trap

The conventional mousetrap with a spring-loaded snap mechanism resting on a block of wood first appeared in 1884 and, to this day, is still considered to be one of the most inexpensive and effective mousetraps.

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