See What This Artist’s Balloon Dresses Look Like A Month Later

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Molly Munyan refers to herself as a “self inflated balloon artist.” She creates incredible balloon dresses that are sure to draw attention to anyone wearing them. But the dresses don’t last forever, and after only one month they become shrunken creations.

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