Duck Tape Creations

February 9, 2012 at 8:56 pm 1 comment

We had some duct (duck brand) tape rolls lying around, and I had the idea to make wallets out of them. I’d never done it before but it’s fairly simple.

Check out this link to view duck tape prom dresses. Seriously just click on the link, it’s absolutely amazing what people can do with duck tape! Also this website sells some really cool purses, but you can make them yourself for cheaper http://www.renasducttapeandstuff.com/. You can also Google search “duck tape creations” to get many more ideas for duck tape things to make.

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  • 1. Haneen  |  February 9, 2012 at 10:06 pm

    Awesome!!! : )

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