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Girl Makes Prom Dress Out of Wrappers [Video]

Why bother buying your prom dress in a store, when you can make one out of candy wrappers. A girl in Wisconsin made her dress, purse, shoes and corsage out of Starburst wrappers. She even made her date's vest out of the wrappers. It took six years to put everything together. I think it's pretty clever how she made the dress, but her date doesn't look like he's excited to wear his wrapper vest.

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Bruin Fans Help a Boy Ask His Crush to Prom [Video]

A very creative boy in Massachusetts had some help from Boston Bruin fans to ask a girl to prom. He was at a game and pieced segments together from a variety of fans telling the girl to go to prom with him. The next day he brought the video to school and showed it to the girl, who eventually said she would go to the prom with him. Watch it after the jump.

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Todd Williamson, Getty Images for JCPenney
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$14,000 Prom Dresses

Soon it's going to be time for prom, which means the search is on for the perfect dress. So, would you actually spend on $14,000 on a dress?

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Scott Wachtler, Needham Times
Scott Wachtler, Needham Times
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Creative Way to Ask Someone to Prom

Were you creative when you asked your date to prom? Mike Pichetti in Massachusetts was and decided to ask a girl to the prom with his grandfather's 20-ton crane.

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