Creative Lady Uses Food & Water Containers To Create Beautiful & Attractive Outfits, Video Goes Viral
- An impressive and beautiful lady on TikTok turned everyday kitchen items into beautiful outfits
- In a video shared on her TikTok handle, the lady who goes by the name @hotchokkolate flaunted her skill in the craft
- The video has not only impressed many social media users but also heaped massive reactions from them
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A beautiful and talented young lady on TikTok is raising many eyebrows after showing off her skill in turning household items into beautiful outfits.
The skillful lady who is known by the TikTok handle @hotchokkolate combined different items including water bottles, water sachets, tomato paste sachets, noodles containers, and other items to create the 'clothes'.
As the video went viral online, many netizens have also been awed by the elegant lady's beauty and how she glowed in the outfits.
Comments from netizens impressed by @hotchokkolate's outfits
The creativity of @hotchokkolate found admiration in the eyes of many netizens who shared the following thoughts in appreciation of her talent:
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what do you sell I want to buy
awww , no be small thin day here OOO someone should make me come back again ❤️❤️
Aluko Gold mentioned:
My ear don Dey pain me ooo buh it’s definitely worth it. Kimon
Temitayo Akinola85 commented:
who else watch the video more than 20 time's you really good
Watch the video below:
20-year-old level 200 UG student makes kaftan clothes with pure water rubbers
In an equally exciting report, Craig Owusu, a 20-year-old student and photo model at the University of Ghana studying philosophy, psychology, and archaeology has created an outfit using water sachets
Information obtained directly from the level 100 student indicates that prior to him getting enrolled at UG, Craig graduated from the Osei Tutu senior high school.
Due to his exploits and creativity, Craig Owusu partook in the Youth Empowerment Awards and was able to win an award as a certificate sighted by YEN.com.gh has shown.
The kaftan cloth was created using Voltic pre-water rubbers out of which the creative young man was also able to make some slippers.
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