It’s every girl’s dream to walk down the aisle in her dream wedding dress. A girl will search high and low for that perfect gown. Unfortunately, not all females have enough budget to get the princess gown that they’re dreaming of.
Stunning gowns often come with designer prices…or so we think. These beautiful dresses can pass off as expensive couture creations when viewed from the runway. What’s even more amazing is that these dresses cost peanuts because they’re actually made from toilet paper.
The vast potential of toilet paper
You read that right. Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com holds a yearly contest for designers to create gorgeous wedding gowns using Charmin toilet paper. The designers used tape, glue, needle, and thread to put the dresses together. Charmin is also a sponsor of the event, which got almost 1,500 entries from aspiring designers. For this year, the winning design will be used as inspiration for a ready-to-wear gown to be made by Kleinfeld Bridal. This year’s winner is Donna Pope Vincler and she was also given $ 10,000.
Part of the winning design from Donna Pope Vincler
Design by Carol Touchstone
Design by Judith Henry
Learn How to Make Fire On Your Next Camping Trip Using Only a Chocolate Bar and a Soda Can!
Don’t fret if your forgot your lighter, this simple life hack will surely come in handy!
Camping is a one-of-a-kind experience that can teach us to be life-smart and resourceful at the same time. While we may spend days thinking what to pack, it is inevitable to forget essential things like a lighter or matchsticks. In these cases, we are forced to use our critical thinking to turn whatever is available into something useful.
If ever you find yourself stuck in the cold wild and forgot to bring your lighter, you can try this simple trick to start a fire and get all warmed up. With just a chocolate bar, a soda can and some naturally-occurring materials in the forest, you can make it happen. Do this to survive or simply impress your friends with this life hack!
Watch the instructional video here:
This Guy Builds An Awesome Hut Using Only Primitive Tools And His Bare Hands!
Using nothing but his bare hands, primitive tools, and natural materials, he builds this impressive shelter. By the time he’s finished, there’s even a fireplace with chimney!
The world has become digital in all aspects. Whether it be ordering your food or getting a hotel reservation, everything can be done with a touch of a fingertip. While modern technology has numerous benefits to civilization, it is still important to not forget the simple kind of life because it is through the primitive that our advanced living is shaped and based.
We found this video of a man, who amazingly built a hut in the middle of the forest using nothing but naturally-occurring materials. From stones as ax and sticks as lighter, nothing looks modern in everything he used. According to the YouTube description of the video, the hut is two meters in width and two meters in length. The side walls are one meter and the highest point is two meters with a triangle-shaped roof standing with an angle of 45 degrees.
The video may be long but it is sure worth watching! From the foundation of the hut to the fireplace with chimney, the way he created a humble abode with only his bare hands is awesome!
Watch the video here:
It is not wrong to progress in life and advance in technology but it is still necessary for us to commune with nature once in a while and still know the basics....
Legally Blind Artist Creates Cracked Log Lamps Bursting with Light
Can you believe that a blind artist created these beautiful art pieces?
At the age of 18, Duncan Meerding began losing his sight. In 2005, he was diagnosed with a degenerative eye condition that left him legally blind within 12 months. Now, he retains 5% of his vision in his peripheries.
Despite this ordeal, this didn’t stop him from appreciating the beauty of wilderness in Tasmania. In fact, he graduated from the University of Tasmania with a degree in furniture design.
Inspired by outback wilderness, the furniture designer uses light in his creations to help him convey how he sees the world. Meerding’s most popular creation, the cracked log lamp, emits soft warm light from its cracks.
"My furniture is obviously influenced by my vision impairment but I want it to be nice to look at, nice to touch. I don't want it to be bought out of sympathy but because it is good."...