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Oscar Fashions Toilet Paper Dress Art

Jan 6, 2011

Recently, one of our readers sent us pictures of toilet paper dresses that she made. The series is called Oscar Fashions.

Liza Morado, the artist, made the first dress to enter a newspaper contest as a joke. The contest was originally to design a dress for someone to wear to the Academy Awards. So Morado created a toilet paper dress.

Though she didn’t win that contest, she began making more toilet paper dresses. They are not life-size, but rather small creations featured on 8 x 10 inch boards.

When asked what kind of toilet paper she liked to work with, Morado said,

I prefer a paper that’s not too puffy. It is easier to work with one ply rather than two ply.

Morado said that she the qualities that she looks for in toilet paper are good absorbency and softness all in one.

More of Morado’s work can be seen on her website.

Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest

Apr 28, 2010

Toilet Paper Dress Contest 2nd Place Winner (2006)The Wedding Contest 2010 as sponsored by Cheap Chic Weddings is an annual event. Contestants enter pictures of their toilet paper wedding dresses online. Some of the previous winners have such beautiful dresses, it’s amazing that they were made from toilet paper!

The rules state that contestants may only use toilet paper, glue, tape, and a needle and thread to assemble the wedding dress.

Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest 2010 Prizes

Grand Prize $1000

Second Prize $500

Third Prize $250

Contest ends May 15th, so there is only a limited amount of time to get your toilet paper wedding dress done! Photos of toilet paper dresses need to be submitted to See contest rules for more details.

You can buy bulk toilet paper rolls from to make your dress! Consider recycled toilet paper for an eco-friendly toilet paper wedding dress. Toilet Paper World has fast shipping and top toilet paper brands like Charmin, Kleenex Cottonelle, Angel Soft, and Scott.

What brand of toilet paper do you think would make the best toilet paper dress? 2-Ply or 1-Ply?

Toilet Paper Art

Mar 17, 2010

toilet paper artHi Toilet Paper Blog Readers!

My name is Molly, and I just started here at ToiletPaperWorld. I will be helping out with writing posts for the blog. I will try to find fun and interesting things for you to read. Feel free to contact me with questions, comments or ideas!

To start off, I wanted to share an example of toilet paper art I found online. See the original picture on Flickr. What ideas do you have for making art with toilet paper?

Thanks to atomicjeep for the image!

Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

Nov 13, 2009

I saw this awesome piece of Wall Art made out of toilet paper rolls and couldn’t resist sharing! What a great, inexpensive, eco-friendly, and creative piece of art. Haven’t seen one like this yes!   (Kudos to the YayEveryday Blog for the find.)

Wallart From TP Rolls

North Carolinian Toilet Paper Sculptures

Feb 27, 2009

People often given Calvin Turrentine a weird look when he tells them his hobby. You might get weird looks, too, if you made sculptures out of toilet paper.

“A lot of people think I’m crazy until they see what I’m doing. After they see my work then, they believe me.”

Turrentine is a toilet paper sculptor, crafting forms out of water and layers upon layers of toilet paper. His favorite subject: animals. To bring these sculptures to life, Turrentine then paints them and sprays them with an adhesive to keep the shape and color from wear and tear. He uses recycled toilet paper for his projects, and says it’s a cheap hobby, having spent $2 on several rolls. That and the watercolor paints mean he can sculpt for less than $10.

Turrentine, who also makes metal jewelry, said he’d like to teach his craft to children in art classes and he may apply for a grant from the Durham Arts Council. Turrentine said it might take some time, but most people are convinced one they see the result.

“One of my friends … he said, man if I didn’t see it, I wouldn’t believe it, but I’m seeing it and I do believe my eyes.”

So how about you dear readers, do you have any toilet paper art you’d like to share?


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