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Parents use baby, cardboard boxes to recreate movie scenes

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After moving to Australia from New Zealand, two parents found themselves with lots of cardboard boxes and an adorable baby boy named Orson. 

Instead of throwing them away, Lilly and Leon Mackie then created something else together: Cardboard Box Office.

The Mackie's use household items, toys and cardboard to make some of the most beloved movie scenes come alive.

After having Orson, they realized their weekends were a little different than before and to make them more fun, they created Cardboard Box Office.

Each week features a new "set" and a new movie.

Click the photos for some of our favorites and here to see more: http://cardboardboxoffice.com

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