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Duct Tape Craft Ideas

Like many of you, I love taking simple household products and using them to create amazing crafts projects. Extra credit if the DIY project is inexpensive and takes less than half an hour!

After picking up a couple rolls of Gorilla Tape from Home Depot the other day, I decided to create some easy DIYs featuring one of my favorite trends–black and white stripes! Today, I’m sharing two of these easy crafts with you–a simple monogrammed canvas and a decorated tissue box holder!
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $20 Difficulty: Easy
Now, I’m going to share my two easy craft ideas using Gorilla Tape, starting with this simple monogrammed canvas!
Here’s what you need:
  • Gorilla Tape
  • 12×12 Canvas
  • Glitter Initial

First, tear strips of Gorilla Tape and place them evenly across your canvas. Press firmly in place. I used three strips of Gorilla Tape for my 12×12 canvas, but you may want to vary the number depending on the size of your canvas.
Then, place your glitter initial in the middle of your canvas. Super cute and easy, too! 
Next up, Gorilla Tape gussies up this adorable paper mache tissue box holder. This took literally 10 minutes to put together!
Here’s what you need:
  • Gorilla Tape
  • Tissue Box Holder
  • Twine, Rope, Ribbon or Yarn
  • Fabric Embellishments

First, take your Gorilla Tape and lay down two lengths, fully going around the tissue box holder. Press firmly in place.

Then, take your rope (I used a very thin white rope) and wrap it around the remaining part of the tissue box holder, hot gluing in place in the back. 

Hot glue your embellishment to the center. So cute!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Canvas   (craft store)
  • Tape   (home depot)
  • Paper mache box   (craft store)

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