There are some dad’s who wear a tie to work on a daily basis and there are some who wear one for a special occasion. Give your dad the gift he’ll always remember this Father’s Day with his very own Duck Tape® tie!View Featured Ducktivity
1.first depending on how big the glasses are u will decide to use 1 or 2 pieces of duct tape this is for the width cut out a13 inch piece and fold it in half cover the side with duct tape which u will cut out a 6 inch piece and secure the sides u may add Velcro to keep close
1. Rip or cut a piece of Duck Tape a little larger than around your wrist 2. Rip or cut that piece into thirds. ( try to get as even as possible, but , if not that even its okay ) 3.Fold each third in half , so that no sticky is showing. 4. Rip or cut 3 small pieces of duck tape . 5.Connect all 3 strips with 1 small piece of duck tape . 6. Tape down your connected pieces to a hard surface . ( This is so, it is easier to braid without your pieces moving ) 7.Now Braid . ( If you dont know how to braid , you will have to look it up ..... lol ) 8. Once done braiding , take your last small piece of duck tape and connect your strands. 9. Now connect your two ends and ....... WALLA YOU HAVE A FABULOUS BRAIDED BRACELET . :) Hope you all love my ''step'' collage !! :)
I made a Zebra duck tape bow, which was very easy! This is my first time and I think I did pretty good!!
My Ducktivity is a simple bow that most can make. To make it, choose your tape, take a strip twice the size you want the bow to be, fold it in half, and pinch it in the middle. Then, so it can stay in place, attach a piece of tape around it and also you can tape it to a bobby pin or to a beret, or none at all, and use it just for show! Took about 5-10 minutes to make.