The coronavirus pandemic has ruined a lot of things this year: sports, concerts, vacations, school, the list goes on. But a couple from Austin, Texas, may have just saved Halloween from it.

With October creeping around the corner, DIY YouTubers Wicked Makers released an amusing and informative how-to video, teaching how to make a genius candy slide that allows people to stay six feet away from any trick-or-treaters while still filling their baskets.

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A couple from Austin, Texas, may have just saved Halloween

Wicked Makers Jamie and Jay describe themselves as YouTubers who create high-quality, free DIY videos about all kinds of fun and interesting things, including woodworking, decor, tech, and electronics, as well as gaming projects, and all sorts of other awesome stuff. “We do this because our favorite thing and we want to share it with the world,” they wrote on their website.

DIY YouTubers Wicked Makers made a genius candy slide

Jay has worked in the video game, media, and animation industries for over 15 years and leads the product development team at Faceware, an animation and motion capture company based out of Los Angeles, California. Jaimie, on the other hand, has a strong background in marketing, engineering, and special effects fabrication. She spent 8 years working at DreamWorks Animation, several years at Rooster Teeth in Austin, and is currently a full-time mom, and Wicked Maker.

Which allows people to stay six feet away from any trick-or-treaters

While still filling their baskets

Jaimie and Jay have said that Halloween is their favorite holiday, and it really shows. During the past couple of years, they have shared several great DIY ideas for the spooky holiday. They’ve made videos ranging from how to make graveyards for your front yard, to a life-size mummy.

They released an amusing and informative how-to video about the whole process

Watch it below

Image credits: Wicked Makers

Here’s what people have been saying about the project