Meet the Beautiful 16-year old Nigerian girl Who Uses Upcycle Tyres To produce Household Furnitures
By OlawaleTajudeen | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 103 views
Creativity is something not common in our society. Many would have to go through some learning skills before they could produce or perfect themselves in creating something. But it takes raw talent to be able to create something out of your own imagination. Only few are capable of creating things out of their own imagination.
According to a post on Facebook, a talented teenager named Favour Oluma has made use of her natural skills to produce something Worthy and useful to beautify homes. Favour made use of upcycle Tyres to produce some household furnitures such as centre table, Mirror etc.
The post on the Facebook page goes thus; "Her name is Favour Oluma, She is 16 years old, she upcyle used tyres for household furniture, THIS IS Her HUSTLE. Can you make her work go viral on Facebook?"
See pictures of her works below;
What do you think of this creativity?
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