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Back to School with Duck Tape®!

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Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone doing today?  We are doing GREAT!  How many of you have made crafts/projects with Duck Tape®?  We haven't, but when I was browsing the web earlier I found this really neat School Supplies Case that you make with Duck Tape®.  M. would LOVE to use this for her pens, pencils, erasers, etc., but she would also enjoy making it!

Above Picture Taken from the Ducktivities on the Duck Brand Website.

All you need is :

Some Duck Tape® (of course! :), 1 Zippie (1 Qt.), a Pen, a Ruler, a Crafting Board, a pair of Scissors and a Craft Knife (so make sure there is adult supervision).  It says that this craft will take about an hour (for an intermediate Duck Tape® crafter :), but I am sure it would be well worth the time!  

Our family has several rolls of Duck Tape® around the house.  It is usefull for soooooo many things!  School crafts and assignments, you can use print/color Duck Tape® for embellishing things, not to mention how many times we have used Duck Tape® for a quick fix.  Do you currently have Duck Tape® on your Back to School Shopping list (either for crafts or embellishing school products)?  If you haven't make sure you pick some up soon.  A nice thing is that if you have forgotten to put Duck Tape® on your list you can buy Duck Tape at Walmart on your next grocery shopping trip!

Okay Neighbors, what is your favorite use for Duck Tape®?  Have you ever made a Duck Tape® craft?  Leave a comment below and let us know.  Oh... and don't forget you can also follow @TheDuckBrand on Twitter for LOTS of creative inspiration! 

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