I really should be kept away from my local craft store as I couldn’t resist picking up a roll of Finding Dory Duck Tape. I love Duck Tape and the patterned ones are appealing to both me and my children. Have you seen Finding Dory yet? We’ve seen it twice already, I just can’t resist Hank!
With a few weeks until the children go back to school we’ve been making some back to school crafts with the Finding Dory Duck Tape. Duck Tape is versatile so we used it to make wristlet keyrings, perfect for identifying book bags, lunch bags or PE kits.
Equipment to make a Duck Tape keyring
Finding Dory Duck Tape
Duck Tape in contrasting colours
How to make a Duck Tape keyring
I’ve made visual instructions as this is a nice and easy craft for kids or big kids. It’s easy to experiment with different lengths of tape and colours.
Cut a length of Duck Tape and fold into the middle to create a strong piece of Duck Tape. Fold the two ends together and slip a split ring over the ends. Fold the ends of the Duck Tape over the ring and hold in place with a contrasting piece of Duck Tape. If you are careful you can keep part of the sticky side exposed which should be enough to hold in place. Alternatively add a glue dot.
I love this Duck Tape and think this is a fun craft for kids to customise their belongings. I can’t wait to make something else with this tape soon.