Emily Seilhamer often creates art out of unusual objects, but her latest project might be the best yet.
The artist has created a mini dress made entirely out of Starburst wrappers, and the colorful creation will seriously blow your mind.
Seilhamer wrote on Bored Panda that she saved Starburst wrappers for four years to create the dress, and a total of 10,000 wrappers were used to fashion the garment.
Sharing her process, Seilhamer wrote that she ironed each wrapper flat before folding it, sewing wrapper chains together with elastic thread. She was able to seal the edges and add a zipper by painting underwear elastic to match the wrappers.
The dress also has a sweet story behind it, with Seilhamer sharing that she and her husband met when he offered her a Starburst a few years before she began the dress, which eventually made it on display at their wedding two years ago.
Along with the dress, Seilhamer also made a matching corsage and shoes, and if you weren't impressed enough, check out the dress from the back.
[H/T Bored Panda / Emily Seilhamer]
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