YouTuber Amber Scholl is Slaying the Internet With Her DIY Prom Dress from Trash Bags

Wondering how trash bags can beautify a dress.

YouTuber Amber Scholl is Slaying the Internet With Her DIY Prom Dress from Trash Bags
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Just hitting at the common notion that one has to break the bank to look fab, here comes the famous YouTuber Amber Scholl with her DIY prom dress with trash bags. As creative and as badass that she is, she has a bang on retort for whoever calls her 'trashy'. Not needing any over-the-top materials, this simple yet chic prom dress can help make a huge fashion statement. 

This 24-year-old beauty has more than 1.7 million subscribers on YouTube and loves to make vlogs. Having an array of viral video in her basket, Amber is really cute in this prom dress video. She even tweeted about this dress "when someone calls you trashy, make a dress out of trash bags & prove them fabulously correct"

Have a look at how she craftily brings out an appealing prom dress. 

Amber decided on this idea of using trash bags, after this comment. 

Amber decided on this idea of using trash bags, after this comment. 

And here, she is for her fans, with just what they wanted!

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Here are the supplies that you will need for the DIY prom dress with trash bags. 

Here are the supplies that you will need for the DIY prom dress with trash bags. 

A black bodysuit, as a base for the dress. Some duck tapes and scotch tapes. Trash bags, of course. An E6000 glue to stick stuff around. 

To begin the decoration, she started with cinnamon buns from strips of trash bags. 

To begin the decoration, she started with cinnamon buns from strips of trash bags. 

Finally tape each rose with the duck tapes. 

Make a number of such cute roses. 

Make a number of such cute roses. 

Hey, they look cute, don't they? You stick these roses pretty compactly on the bodysuit with E6000 glue, in the front and on the straps. Thus, the base of the dress is ready. try to be as neat and clan as possible. 

With the same cinnamon roses, she decorated the bottom border. And here, her flare was ready.

Whoa! The end-result is actually breathtaking. 

Whoa! The end-result is actually breathtaking. 

A step-by-step tutorial. Tryin, eh?

Here's what she tweeted.

Snag here the tutorial from the new 'DIY Queen'.