- An 11-year-old girl has inspired thousands of South Africans with her amazing skills and creativity
- Her proud mom, Keitumetse Senne, shared a photo of an outfit the teen made by herself
- The future fashion designer used an old curtain to make a stunning two-piece outfit which she rocks in the pic
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Every now and then a young child comes along and stuns people with their skills - which most adults do not even have.
Whether it is being innovative or running their own businesses, some kids are just destined for greatness. One young lady wowed South Africans with her talent when her mom, Keitumetse Senne, shared a photo of her handiwork online.
The proud mama shared a photo of the 11-year-old rocking a stunning two-piece outfit on the #ImStaying Facebook page and she revealed her daughter made it herself.
The proud mom captioned the post:
"My 11-year-old daughter took old a curtain and made herself a two-piece. #creativity. That's why #ImStaying."
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The post gathered over 12 000 likes and South Africans were in awe of the future fashion designer.
Brenda Jurgens commented:
"Wonderful talent! You keep using it young lady!"
Thembi Nkosi wrote:
"Fashion designer loading..."
Sedzani Abigail Sedzy said:
"Oh wow. I am speechless."
Linda Bester added:
"What a fashion star."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another creative lady. A woman, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @niqita11, is using her creativity to make money. The beautiful mama, who is also an HIV activist, showed off her hustle on the social media platform on Monday.
She uses old tyres and turn them into beautiful furniture, which she customises according to her clients' taste.
In other news, a young lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @Phennymabala, shared a sweet video of herself dancing with her mom.
On Monday, @Phennymabala posted the clip on her Twitter page and captioned it:
"So my mom and I decided to hop onto JunkPark vibezzz."
Social media users found it nearly impossible to distinguish between the two women. They had no idea who was the mom and who was the daughter
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