Happy Tuesday, y’all! Let’s get sticky this week... with duct tape!
Duct tape is incredibly useful around the house, and MacGyver taught us that it can be used to solve just about any problem. But have you ever considered using duct tape to create art? Believe it or not, duct tape can be turned into jewelry, sculptures, purses and wallets, and even clothing, with a little creativity. Have you helped your kids make neat duct tape creations? Have you come up with your own cool duct tape craft patterns? Share your experience for our new Topic, Duct Tape Creations.
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Given the awesome duct tape guides I've already seen published on HubPages, I am REALLY excited to see what folks might publish this week!!
Ha ha ha Wonderful topic. I've had the pleasure of seeing a few duct tape creations. I wish I had the photos of them now!
Though my hub
http://rtalloni.hubpages.com/hub/Make-a … -Chocolate
is an old one, I thought I would include it here so crafters could think through the possibilities of using clear Duck Tape along with the printed ones and other elements for creating designs.
Most folks don't know it, but the original name for duct tape actually was duck tape. http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inven … cttape.htm
And if anybody wants to use the pic along with the history, you can thank the USPS. http://www.fws.gov/pacific/highlights_a … m?id=13943
Best image at: http://www.fws.gov/pacific/images/featu … kStamp.jpg
Check out a recent Project Runway show on creating prom dresses out of Duct Tape - there are some brilliant designs.
Meanwhile - will my taped-up stuff in the garage do for a hub?
Duct Tape is my saving grace with all my son's school projects!
Duct tapes can be used in many craft works.There are many uses for duct tapes . Three useful things that can be made using colorful duct tapes are explained in detail in this hub.
http://kevin-peter.hubpages.com/hub/Use … tive-Works
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