TEEN MAKES PROM DRESS OUT OF 41 ROLLS OF DUCT TAPE

The tape company Duck Brand introduced a contest earlier this year and challenged high school students to make their own prom outfits out of duct tape -- and wear them for a chance at a $10,000 prize.

Well, 18-year-old Peyton Manker took on that challenge and made the most of it by creating a coronavirus-themed prom dress, made entirely of duct tape.

Peyton spent nearly 394 hours and used a total of 41 rolls of duct tape to make the off-the-shoulder gown -- and matching accessories.

Her mostly blue dress features coronavirus-related scenes, including a virtual graduation, frontline workers wearing masks and other images about the virus.

While the contest isn’t quite over, her entry in the "Stuck at Prom" scholarship contest has already become a big deal on social media, with people sharing her pictures hundreds of thousands of times. Check out more plus photos here: Insider

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