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IN Creative ON 26 Feb, 2016
When Amber Mills was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, she felt defeated in life. She couldn't go for work anymore and decided to be a stay at home mother with 3 kids. That's when creativity hit her and she entered a wedding dress contest. The wedding dress that she decided to make took her nearly 6 months with completing one piece of the gown would take about 6-7 hours.
It seems pretty difficult but this tough mom who was a former Marine pulled through and her dress turned out to be simply fantastic!
Her children were shocked as well.
The materials that were used were just tiolet paper, glue, tape and needles.
She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and that became a constant in her life. She had to deal with the pain so she started feeling very useless after she quit her job.
She started working on this project after she came across the contest.
First, she boils up the toilet paper and then mashes it just like potatoes.
In the bowl of mashed toilet paper, add glue and then grind it.
That's a lot of effort!
Her dress looks fantastic and we're waiting for the results to be announced.
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