Welcome! I'm Brandy, mother to 5 darling kiddos and a cute black lab named Toby. My husband is in the Coast Guard so we've lived all over the place, turning each house into a home. I love baking, sewing, making cute things with my kids, and sharing what I've learned with all of you!
These Christmas rolls of DuckÂ® BrandÂ duct tape are so much fun!Â They come in so many styles and for a few bucks a roll you can grab a couple of rolls and get started crafting. Whether it is cutting thin stripsÂ to add to greeting cards, packaging up presents, or making holiday decor, the possibilities are endless!
I decided to make THE EASIEST bunting EVER with Holiday Duck TapeÂ®. No sewing, no gluing. Just tape and cut. Grab you favorite colors and a few supplies, sit yourself down in front of a good movie and in no time you’ll have some festive strands of bunting to add to presents, frames, doorways, your Christmas tree and anything else you can think of! How fun would this be for a birthday party!
Since Duck TapeÂ® is only a few inches wide, your bunting will be small. I made mine even smaller because I wanted to use it on Ruby’s Christmas littleÂ tree. We helped her decorate this to keep her from playing with the big tree. She loves it, but is still tempted by the other tree on occasion.
Here is how to make your own Duck TapeÂ® bunting!
Duck TapeÂ® in your favorite colors
String, twine or yarn
For a mini bunting (about 1.5″ wide) cut your Duck TapeÂ® in half. For a regular bunting (3″) leave as is. Place your Duck Tape Â® on your work surface (sticky side up)Â and lay your string across the center. Fold in half. You can leave it in a rectangle, cut a v up the center, or cut angles up the side to create a triangle like I did here.
Continue until your bunting is as long as you need and THAT IS IT!
This was such a fun project! I added some in my kitchen as well as Ruby’s tree and just love how it turned out!
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