Thursday, June 9, 2016

Utah Woman Becomes Finalist In Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest 2nd Year In A Row

By Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor   |  Posted Jun 9th, 2016 @ 9:11am

WOODLAND HILLS — Toilet paper is one of life’s necessities, but it serves another purpose for one Utah woman. She uses it to make beautiful wedding dresses.


Judy Henry, a 68-year-old grandmother from Woodland Hills, is a top 10 finalist out of 1,500 entrants nationwide for the annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Presented By Cheap Chic Weddings and Charmin Toilet Paper.


Henry said she has been sewing since she was old enough to tether a sewing machine. She has also been using toilet paper, including tearing out pages of old Sears or Penneys catalogs to use as toilet paper in an outhouse in her backyard farm in southern Utah, for many years as well. So, when the link for the contest popped up on her computer last summer, she said she just couldn’t get the idea out of her head.


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