Singer/songwriter Kina Grannis is making her way up the music charts with her song In Your Arms, a sweet and singable love song.
Speaking of sweet, when Grannis decided to make a music video of In Your Arms, she has something different in mind - a music video with background, props, and even Grannis at one point made entirely out of jelly beans!
The video took over a year to make and used 288,000 jelly beans. 30 peopler were involved in the making, including director Greg Jardin, who explained how he used stop action photography and not a green screen to put the singer into the action:
Watch the amazing making of video (and the finished product) after the jump:
Here's the completed music video:
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