A Kid's Guide to Awesome Duct Tape Projects
How to Make Your Own Wallets, Bags, Flowers, Hats, and Much, Much More!
Instructables.com, Nicole Smith
- 208 Pages
- August 5, 2014
- ISBN: 9781629148014
- Trim Size: 8in x 10in x 0in
Full-color instructions for a pirate hat, a pair of flip flops, a kite, a giraffe, Easter basket, and much more using the most useful production on the planet, duct tape!
Making paper snowflakes and beaded bracelets are so twentieth century; the future is here and it’s made from duct tape. Impress your friends, entertain guests, keep your creative juices flowing, and save tons of money on Christmas presents all at the same time! With A Kid’s Guide to Awesome Duct Tape Projects, you’ll be the talk of the town before you even know it.
Only in this all-in-one Instructables collection can you find some of the most unique duct tape projects that will make you the coolest person you know. Everybody will be talking about your duct tape art, with projects including:
- The classic duct tape wallet
- A dapper duct tape bow tie
- A fabulous duct tape clutch
- Duct tape lilies for your valentine
- And so many more!
It is a known fact of the universe that duct tape can fix anything. If it’s broken, just add duct tape! For generations this has been the case, and now thanks to Instructables.com, there’s one more thing duct tape can fix—boredom!
Duct tape has come a long way since being a simple metallic roll that you’d find in your grandparent’s basement. Walk into any craft or DIY store and you’ll have your senses bombarded with all sorts of colors and patterns, like argyle, zebra print, and even penguins! And unlike fancy origami paper or glitter, duct tape is inexpensive and lasts forever.
Nicole Smith is an editor and part of the community management team at Instructables.com. She earned a BA in English from a little private college in the cold wilderness of Minnesota. Among her many hobbies, she loves to spend time working on needlecrafts like knitting, crocheting, and needle tatting, as well as baking incredibly sugary sweet treats in the kitchen. Check out her projects at instructables.com/member/Penolopy+Bulnick.