Duct Tape Discovery Workshop: Easy and Stylish Duct Tape Designs
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Duct tape has never looked so good!
With the help of Duct Tape Discovery Workshop, you'll learn the techniques to make working with duct tape easy and stylish.
Hosting a get together at your place? Make a set of duct tape coasters and stemware tags to match your party's theme! Need a gift for one of your gal pals? Fashion a set of feather earrings, wrap it in a set of masu boxes and make a matching duct tape card. Want to cheer up a drab room or desk? Create a colorful mosaic frame! The possibilities for duct tape crafting are endless and with these unexpected projects, you'll use duct tape in ways you never imagined.
Inside you'll discover:
- 40 projects for fashionable accessories, cards and gifts, home decor and all of your on-the-go needs.
- Dozens of tips and tricks for convenient and manageable duct tape design.
- Customize your functional, trend-setting projects by changing tape color!
Grab a roll, start a project, stick to it!
dimension you need and position it so it’s aligned with the rules on the cutting mat, sticky side up. STEP 2: Cut one strip of tape slightly longer than the fabric and run it perpendicular to the direction of the strips on the first piece of fabric. STEP 3: Place a second strip of tape at the bottom to help keep the fabric in place. Place another strip in the middle. STEP 4: Fill in the remaining areas with evenly spaced strips of tape. STEP 5: Trim the edges with a straightedge and a
the craft knife. Create the lines of the feather by cutting through the tape at an angle from the quill to the outside. Keep your cuts parallel and about 1⁄16” (2mm) apart. STEP 5: Punch a 1⁄16” (2mm) hole at the end of the quill. Cover the tip of the quill with Ranger Vintaj Patina for metal paint to give the quill a more natural color. STEP 6: Use a jump ring to attach the earring hook to the feather. Repeat steps 1–6 to create the second earring. Heart Earrings Shrink plastic
to 4” (10cm) long. Separate the zipper. Place half of the zipper at one end and the other half at the other. Secure the bottom edge of the zipper with a piece of matching tape (in this case, pink). STEP 4: Secure the top half of the zipper by folding over the remaining sticky portion of the outside fabric. STEP 5: Fold the piece together and seal the zipper shut. Burnish the bottom fold. Cut a length of tape (that matches the outside) the height of the coin purse. Cut the tape in half
and coordinating envelope. STEP 1: Cut a piece of paper to 11” × 33⁄4” (28cm × 10cm). Cut a 45-degree “arrow” point at one end and round the tip. (This will be the envelope flap.) Create a single-sided sheet of original duct tape fabric that is slightly larger than the paper piece. Stick the paper to the duct tape fabric and then use a craft knife to trim off the excess tape around the paper. STEP 2: Fold the straight edge up 41⁄4” (11cm) and burnish the fold. Wrap 41⁄4” (11cm) length
something else or something else can be attached to it. Materials list cutting mat craft knife duct tape straightedge STEP 1: Decide what size fabric you’ll need. For this example, a piece 8” × 10” (20cm × 25cm). Cut one strip of the tape slightly longer than 8” (20cm) and place it along one line on the cutting mat. Cut a second strip about the same length and position it on the mat so the outside edge is 10” (25cm) from the outside edge of the first strip. STEP :2 Place a