Duck Tape is amazing. Not only is one of the strongest adhesive tapes in the world, but it also comes in a variety of colours, patterns and even glitter! It has never been easier to make a DIY duck tape bow because I’ve made a template for you. Scroll below to download in a PDF file or the JPEG version that you can upload to the Cricut Design Space.
Tape is an essential tool if you’re a crafter and there are so many different types to choose from. Including complementary colours that help you curate a stunning project, no matter what it is.
Duck tape is so versatile; it’s water-resistant, flexible, strong and easy to tear. The glitter tape, however, can not be torn and must be cut but it’s still an incredibly beautiful decorative tape so it’s PERFECT for decorating gifts this Christmas!
This Is The Easiest DIY Duck Tape Bow You Could Possibly Make
For This DIY Duck Tape Bow You Will Need:
Click here for instructions if you want to upload an image to the Cricut DesignSpace.
How To Make This DIY Duck Tape Bow:
Time Needed: 15 minutes
Print the template or upload it to the Cricut Design Space.
Then you must put your duct tape on the opposite side, so you can see the shapes before cutting.
Cut out your pieces and fold the largest section of bow at the widest parts; so the end pieces meet in the middle. That’s your basic bow shape. Secure with a small piece of tape.
Attach the tail.
Use another piece of tape to attach the tail and take the small strip to wrap around the middle of the bow. Now you’re done! They really are that easy to make.
Making your packages stand out is a great way to add more meaning to any gift you give. The fact that it took so much time is what is appreciated. If you’re using a Cricut machine you could make several of these little bows from one 12×12 piece of card to save yourself some time!
Which is your favourite colour or pattern of this craft duck tape?
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