Six year old recreates amazing red carpet dresses out of paper

While most six year olds are content dressing up as their favourite Disney character, this talented little girl is taking dress-up to a whole new level by crafting replica Oscar dresses out of paper.

Along with her mum, Angie Keiser, the talented youngster, known as ‘Mayhem’ on Instagram uses tissue paper, gift wrap, foil and other household items to recreate the dresses worn by Hollywood’s finest at red carpet events. The results are stunning.

Top pick. By a landslide 🙂 #Oscars #FashionByMayhem (image left, regram @armani)

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Mayhem's second fav 🙂 #Oscars #FashionByMayhem (image left, regram @gucci)

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Counting down Mayhem's top 3 fav looks from last night. And coming in at number 3 ……. #Oscars #FashionByMayhem

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Mayhem started making dresses with her mum when she was just four years old. Since then, Mayhem has crafted dresses inspired by Taylor Swift, a holiday barbie, and even a shark she saw at the aquarium. The budding designer has also appeared on Ellen to showcase her designs, and even has a gig creating kids’ clothing with J. Crew.