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Busy Philipps creates recycled dress for daughterBusy Philipps creates recycled dress for daughter

Busy Philipps Creates Adorable Recycled Dress for Daughter

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Stella McCartney move aside; we have a new eco-friendly designer on our hands and it’s none other than actress Busy Philipps.

The “Cougar Town” star recently shared with Twitter fans that she had to make a homemade recycled dress for her daughter’s school project. Let me tell you, it’s pretty freaking adorable.

“I have to make a dress out of recycled materials for my kid’s preschool’s Project Runway like assignment. I’m currently fusing plastic bag,” she tweeted.

Philipps kept her Twitter followers updated throughout the process and even posted the plastic bags she “fused together.” They consisted of Target, Panda Express and Disney bags. Very creative!

Here’s the finished product. Don’t say we didn’t warn you about its cuteness.

Busy Philipps creates recycled dress for daughter
What do you think? I think she has some potential for “Project Runway.” Her daughter is probably going to love wearing this and look cute too!

Awesome job, Busy!

Photo Credit: Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com

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