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Woman Gets Married in Dress Made from 10,000 Bread Tags Collected Over 10 Years
Posted By Tafline Laylin On April 14, 2013 @ 3:57 pm In carousel showcase,Design,Ecouterre | No Comments
Adding to a growing list of dresses made with weird, recycled materials, including beetle wings  and cow nipples , a woman in Australia recently tied the knot in a dress made with 10,000 bread tags. A fashion designer who joked that she’d marry her then boyfriend when she had enough of the plastic  tabs to make a dress, the woman’s friends and family hastened the collection process and ten years later, the deal is sealed. Hit the jump to learn how the crafty bride managed to make the dress look a lot less tacky than it sounds.
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URLs in this post:
 beetle wings: http://inhabitat.com/u-k-national-trust-restores-victorian-gown-made-with-1000-beetle-wings/
 cow nipples: http://inhabitat.com/rachel-freire’s-“cow-nipple”-dress-gross-or-a-great-use-of-resources/
 plastic: http://inhabitat.com/new-california-plant-will-recycle-2-billion-plastic-bottles-a-year/
 READ MORE >: http://www.ecouterre.com/aussie-bride-creates-wedding-gown-from-10000-recycled-bread-bag-clips/
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