Well, it i that time of year again. BACK-TO-SCHOOL!! Do I sound a bit excited? This was the first summer I had both my kids home while I attempted to work. WOW! Is that hard! It was more fun than trouble and I will do it again next summer. However, I will be glad for the fun to simmer down a bit.
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Part of what the kids and I did this summer was spruce up our house and separate the boys into their own rooms. I wanted to give them a bit of ownership since they were both going to be in Elementary school this year. Part of switching the rooms ended with this awesome Duck Tape® craft project in this post!
I love that Duck Tape® comes in so many printed colors now. I use Duck Tape® for a ton of things around the house (mostly crazy craft projects) and my hardware store guy thinks I am slightly insane. Duck Tape® is a great way to personalize and style up your school supplies and accessories with over 200 prints it is easy to personalize everything you own. It is so easy to use, even my 5-year-old can do it with little help from me. You don’t need glue, other tape or staples. Heck, you barely need scissors because it tears so easy from the roll.
Duck Tape® Closet Door Organizer
First I made the duck tape quilt. I took 4 baggies and taped the seams together along the edge.
Make sure to open your baggies before taping them together. It makes for an easier time.
Tape up one side, then flip the baggies over to tape the other. Make sure to start your seam under the opening so you do not tape the baggies closed.
Now go over the part where the baggie closes with duck tape keeping the seam open.
Now tape the outer edges to the closet door.
I repeated this process for the bottom of the door as well.
Next I crafted the bulletin board by taping over a cardboard box, then taping the taped box to the door. Add pushpins and you have yourself a colorful board.
What kind of project would be perfect for Duck Tape in your house?