Talented Boy Makes Beautiful Dress Out Of Paper for His School's Art Project, Photos Wow Folks

Talented Boy Makes Beautiful Dress Out Of Paper for His School's Art Project, Photos Wow Folks

  • A talented boy in grade nine at Mohlakamotala High School created a dress out of paper for a creative art project and displayed it
  • Stunning images online spotlight the youngster and the dress showcased on a mannequin and some people who seem to be educators at the school
  • After the snaps appeared online, netizens who found the boy's creativity worth celebrating praised his design

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A creative Grade 9 learner at Mohlakamotala High School has made a beautiful dress out of paper for a creative art project in his school.

Stunning pictures highlighting the boy's work on the school's Facebook page have netizens praising the youngster's handiwork.

Boy turns paper in to dress.
Netizens react to photos as a student turns paper into a dress. Credit: Mohlakamotala High School
Source: Facebook
''A Grade 9 learner left the entire school astonished when he made a beautiful dress out of paper for a creative arts project,'' the caption read with a quote from US-based American multimedia artist Barbara Januszkiewicz, which read: "Creative thinking inspires ideas. Ideas inspire change''.

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''We spot talent. We expose talent. We support talent,'' the school added.

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After the snaps appeared online, netizens who found the boy's creativity worth celebrating praised his design.

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the comments below:

Sizakele Mahlangu said:

Future fashion designer. Please don't push him to study medicine or Bcomm accounting.

Carlos Melus reacted:

Mohau that's my boy keep it up. Wow!

Karabo Jim said:

Wow, he is so creative.

Matshidiso Ndipasimoe reacted:

Waaaao that's what we Educators call Innovation and Creativity. We thank God for his talent. Diversity is what we preach. Well done, boy. Congratulations to Mohlakamotala High School.

Thandeka Mavuya said:

I cover him with the blood of Jesus Christ. He will do more wow.

Miemie Mvuleni Wa Mnisi reacted:

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I would not hesitate to buy him a basic sewing machine.

Mandisa Mntungwa said:

That’s what we want to see in our country. If they can change our education system, we can see this more often.

Dilla Tronic commented:

Oh my Lord her talent is so good. I hope she gets enough support to further her interests there and build a career in fashion design.

Nkone Kgosana shared:

Wow, what a creative young man.

Charity Mngxati said:

I'm out of words with his talent. He's a true natural designer. I wish him all the best in his life and career.

Khululiwe Favourite said:

Very impressive keep it up. Keep up the amazing work. Your future is in your hands.

Deetee Majola said:

Oh wow, I'm speechless!! Such a young talented man. He'll do great things tmr. Keep up the good working spirit Boy. The world needs people like you. This is the most beautiful piece of Art I hv ever seen from a school Boy. Levels Boy-Boy.

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Sicwala Thaba reacted:

Wow, the system of our country must take action. We need some amendments in our education system. Look at this talent this boy needs to be supported and being encouraged to follow this skill.

Cynthia Mokwala reacted:

''Wow, I am so impressed. Good work, may the Lord Jesus bless him.''

Boy Builds Car, Shows Off Stunning Vehicle

Still on young people with talents, YEN.com.gh reported that one 18-year-old boy in a technical high school in Tarkwa in the Western Region has built a car that uses fuel from scratch.

In a video published on YouTube by M48 TV, seen by YEN.com.gh, the teenager revealed that it took him eight months to build the vehicle.

The innovative teen named the whip Never Give Up as he faced several challenges but triumphed over them to achieve his goal.

One highlight in the video is when he drives the whip to demonstrate that it functions without any problems

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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