easy duct tape crafts for kids
This tape was used in World War II to keep the cartridge dry and wet.
Who knows that after these years, it will change from simple gray to all the bright colors you can market today.
You can even get Justin Bieber\'s tape!
Now, how cool would it be to make your own wallet or crafts. Credit: amazon.
The easiest way to extend the life of the old binder is to use this tape, but now you can create flexible \"fabric\" from this amazing product to make wallets, bags, pillows, wallets, etc.
There are a lot of different colors and patterns on the market right now, and the idea of what it can be used to do is endless.
It is very strong, it can beat when sticking together to make the fabric, it can also wipe clean, and has a soft and flexible feeling.
Arts and Crafts-you or your child need a quick wallet or bag to carry and check this quick item.
To make a basic tape fabric, you need: 10 pieces of tape about 14 inch long (
About the measurement, because it will be trimmed according to the size)
Tip: put a ruler down on your working surface and measure against it.
Method: simply stick the first side up, then slightly overlap the second, and so on.
This is the side of your fabric.
Now take the next 5 pieces and you can now put them on top of the sticky.
Once you cover the sticky side, you have your fabric now, and it will most likely need to be trimmed on the side to get even.
Then you fold this square in half and stick it to both sides with tape.
You now have a quick wallet or lunch bag decorated with other color tape.
There are a variety of cool projects to try in this book below.
You can add a simple handle or weave a handle using tape.
Take a look at the video below and see how to make the tape fabric and then look at the wallet. Credit: amazon.
If you are looking for crafts that are more detailed and look more like art then you should have a look at the book.
It has very detailed items and got good reviews which will be a good gift for teenagers.
You can get the book and then buy tapes of different patterns online.
Not only can you get a solid color, but you can also get a lot of patterns, including zebra stripes, which is really interesting.
Buy a large plastic container for all the supplies, including scissors and rulers, and wrap up a great gift idea.
It\'s a great way to use your imagination and create all kinds of things that your child or teenager can use.
Once they see all the patterns you can get, they go out to the wild with projects and crafts.
You can still use it to recycle the binder and tape it up, but why not look at all the other great craft ideas?