Teens' Duct Tape Outfits Win $20,000 "Stuck at Prom" Scholarship Contest | Past Winners
Using 39 rolls of duct tape, over the course of 90 hours, teens Mia and Chandler created these incredibly detailed ensembles. "The inspiration for these outfits was originally nature and flowers - how...
Teens' Duct Tape Outfits Win $20,000 "Stuck at Prom" Scholarship Contest | Past Winners
Using 39 rolls of duct tape, over the course of 90 hours, teens Mia and Chandler created these incredibly detailed ensembles. "The inspiration for these outfits was originally nature and flowers - how...
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