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The Skittles Dress Answered

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This prom dress by Theperilouspopsicle at craftster uses 101 Skittle wrappers and took 15 hours to make and it was worth it. Thanks to Tetranitrate I'm currently sick of Skittles, but the color certainly works.

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nytbest (author)2009-01-21

This dress is amazing!!! I'd really like to include a couple photos of your dress in a short video of unique prom dresses we're putting together to promote my daughter's website. Would you mind?

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Sandisk1duo (author)nytbest2009-01-23

send that to the artist, not Fungus Amungus

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Weissensteinburg (author)2009-01-21
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Wills42 (author)2008-07-16

Amazing, and I though Duct Tape prom dresses were cool. When I first saw the topic, I thought it was a dress made from the actual skittles T_T.

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Sunbanks (author)2008-07-03

I want that dress! It's totally awesome! Maybe I could try something with m&m; wrappers....

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Goodhart (author)Sunbanks2008-07-04

Hmm, with Skittle having the tag line of "taste the rainbow" maybe M&M;'s would be a better choice for the dress :-)

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Brennn10 (author)2008-05-07

Now that the dress is finished, Theperilouspopsicle can use the money made to buy himself a root canal.

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Goodhart (author)Brennn102008-07-04

not to mention treatments for diabetes.

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tina4 (author)2008-07-03

that is well good!! i think it was worth it too!! wish i could make something like that!

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rachel (author)2008-05-07

That's a super cool dress. I wonder how she washed the wrappers, though - otherwise it might be Sticky!

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Goodhart (author)rachel2008-05-07

I was thinking the same thing (if they were sticky enough, it could be worn strapless, as long as she stayed away from ant hills and bee hives :-)

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