20 Duck Tape crafts

Last week I attended the Hobbycraft Christmas preview. I loved getting a sneak preview of the new Christmas products and hearing about some fabulous new lines for Gruffalo and Peppa Pig fans.

They had a couple of crafts set up which you could try and I was able to try my hand at making Duck Tape bows. Hobbycraft sell Duck Tape in all colours and prints and it’s a really versatile craft material. You can make a bow in seconds from a couple of pieces of duck tape folded in half and a split pin.

Hobbycraft duck tape - the gingerbread house

I had so much fun I wanted to see what else could be made from Duck Tape. I was a bit confused about the brand name (duck or duct) but apparently it was manufactured by Johnson & Johnson during the Second World War and named Duck Tape due to it’s ability to repel water. It was later used to hold ducts together so was later known as duct tape.

Here is a list of my top 20 Duck Tape crafts which includes kids crafts, handmade gifts and decoration ideas. I picked up some colourful rolls at my local Hobbycraft so I can’t wait to get started!

Top 20 Duck Tape crafts - the gingerbread house

Duck Tape flower

Duck Tape paper cup shark

Love this idea of using Duck Tape to identify your gadget cables

DIY tiny town and road

Duck Tape light sabre

Cute little cardboard playhouse for kids

Sponge and duck tape bath boats

Duck Tape Sword and Shield

Duck Tape cuff bracelets

No sew dollshouse cushions and pillows

Hello Kitty bag

Duck Rape iPad sleeve

Duck Tape beads DIY

Duck Tape bookmarks

Something for Halloween – I adore these Duck Tape pumpkins

Easy duck tape decorative jars

Easy holiday gift bags using Duck Tape

Mickey and Minnie gift cards holders

Simple pool noodle wreath

Duck Tape wreath

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26 Responses to 20 Duck Tape crafts

  1. I’m so jealous, I’d have loved to go and see the Christmas previews! Thanks for all the links :)
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  2. I love using Washi tape which i believe it very similar. There are so many wonderful things you can do! I love your list :) x
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  3. great round up! I use Washi tape but haven’t tried crafting with duct tape before
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  4. Duck Tape is awesome! Only recently discovered it and made a Minnie Mouse bow with it! Here’s my tutorial if you wanted to sneek a peek! x
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  5. I didn’t realise that you could make so many different things with duck tape! thank you! x
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  6. Wow, some brilliant ideas, I keep meaning to get some so we can try some of these things. I have pinned this post so I can put it on our summer bucket list. great for one of these rainy days :)
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  7. I have never really used duck tape as a craft material, but great round up
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  8. Wow I never realised you could make so many things from it. I am glad you had a fun time x
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  9. Never did anything with duck tape before (Ok..taping boxes for move doesn’t count!) but would love to go wild with them (or maybe just creative!) :D
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  10. I didn’t know that you could get Duck tape in different colours – and didn’t think of using it for crafting either. What an interesting range of ideas.
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  11. I have never tried duck tape crafts but it actually seems like you can do so much with it. x
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  12. These are really cool crafts! And duck tape is a very versatile material for anything.
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  13. Love the bows!! I had never thought of using duck tape to craft with but there are some fab ideas above, great post! x
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  14. We love duck tape! We had made a world cup trophy, England flags and many more. They are great! Thanks for joining with us at #pintorials
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  15. So this is why people are going on and on about duck tape. I did not now you could do all of this with it x
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  16. What wonderful duck tape creations!

  17. Thanks for some great ideas – will definitely give these a go!
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  18. wow bookmarking this for craft ideas later! thanks! x
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  19. We reviewed the leopard duck tape last year and loved it! Wish I had seen some of these ideas though, they’re brilliant!
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  20. Great round-up. All I need now is some funky duck-tape :-)

  21. You can craft with duck tape? Well I never!
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  22. I’ve always been amazed at the beautiful things that can be made with duck tape. My sister can make pens and wallets…just amazing!
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