Paper Dresses Made by 4-Year-Old ​Are Jaw-Droppingly Spectacular (PHOTOS)

angie keiserPhotographer Angie Keiser and her 4-year-old daughter, who's nicknamed Mayhem, like doing what many moms and toddler girls like doing: Playing dress-up. But Angie and Mayhem are different. See, they don't play dress-up with grandma's old clothes or dresses they found at a thrift store. They play dress-up with paper. And it's amazing.

Over the past few months, Keiser has been showing off photos of her adorable daughter modeling dresses they crafted together using tape and paper on her Instagram feed, @2sisters_angie, and wow! If these amazing creations don't make you feel uncreative, I don't know what will.

These outfits, which are inspired by movies, books, and field trips, are truly unbelievable, and Keiser said, "Cutting and taping paper is about all we do." (Whaaaa?!)

Check out the amazingly beautiful paper dresses made by Angie Keiser and her daughter, Mayhem.

Image via Angie Keiser/Instagram

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I see a future for her nickname

BabyK... BabyKsMaMa

She is about THE cutest thing I've ever seen! Love it!


I love all the dresses . I like the purple one the most it looks a lot similar to the duct tape dress the girl made for prom on the tv commercial.

Panda... PandaPop83

I love it! Way to go Mayhem and Mommy! Thanks for the creative boost, it makes me want to get down and creative with my girls! Construction paper, here we come!

nonmember avatar sparklemama

Hmmm...looks like "Mayhem" has a very talented Mommy with lots of time on her hands. I looked through the slideshow, and saw perhaps 1 dress that looked like a 4 year old "MAY" have helped create it. This story should be more about the Mother creating them and her cute daughter modelling them and perhaps helping to hold the paper on her person while Mum tapes them together. (I have a four year old of my very own, and have taught preschool for years, so am calling BS).

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