WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. (WXYZ) - Susan Brennan knows she's one crafty young lady.
"You're born with certain talents and I think this is mine," she says.
The West Bloomfield 26 year-old has an eye for design and loves to sew.
She's even made wedding dresses, but some are made without any fabric! Instead ...
"Ten rolls of Charmin jumbo toilet paper. Two ply," says Brennan.
We first introduced you to Susan Brennan last year when she won first place in Cheap Chic Weddings.com Toilet Paper Wedding Dress contest.
It was the first time she had entered and her creation beat out hundreds of entries from the U.S. and Canada.
Recently, her talent won her first place again out of 710 entries!
"I was the first one to win it twice and it was twice in a row," says Brennan.
Judges and online votes selected the winner. Susan spent one week making the dress.
Contest rules allowed her to use only her sewing machine, glue gun , packing tape and Charmin, which was the contest sponsor.
"I just played with the toilet paper and what textures looked the best and tried to make it look like fabric," says Brennan.
She named her dress the Bohemian Cupcake dress.
The prize for winning first place for this year's contest was $2,012.
Despite her success, she's not sure she'll go for a third win next year.
"They said next year's will be bigger than this year and they said they look forward to seeing me, so we'll see what happens," she says.
Susan doesn't know what she'll do with the money yet. She will use it to go on vacation or maybe start her own company. She's currently working a few jobs, but still looking for that dream job in design and fashion.
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