A Nampa teenager claims to have broken the world record for creating the biggest mosaic of which consists of M&Ms.
The display is set up in the Idaho statehouse and is made up of more than 70,000 candy pieces.
The design was created by the high school student. It took Jackson McKenzie, along with his friends and family, six days to complete.
"What I enjoyed the most was putting it together and just finishing it, because it's the biggest in the world,” McKenzie said. “And, I'm the only one that has one now of that size."
The youngster plans on filing the paper work to make the record official very soon.
You can see the mosaic in person through the end of the week.