My husband and I have been fighting over the latest Duck Tape. We both love Duck Tape and he often ‘borrows’ mine when he needs it for a DIY project around the house. When he saw the latest Duck Tape Chalkboard tape, from leading stationery brand Duck Tape, he immediately wanted it for himself!
I’ve been trying to use it for my own purposes before it disappears into his man-cave, never to be seen again. Luckily it has so many uses that I don’t think there will be much left. The Chalkboard tape can help turn almost any hard surface into a writeable one. So far I’ve managed to use it in 6 places around the house so I thought I would tell you about them.
My favourite so far has been to label jars in the kitchen. It’s so simple to do but really makes a difference and helps me feel super organised.
Simply cut the tape to your desired size.
Peel off the paper backing and apply where needed.
Label your jars with chalk, then wipe clean with a damp sponge or cloth and start again when needed!
Other ways we’ve used the tape around the home include:
Creating a chalkboard on the fridge for a shopping list and our weekly menu planner
Labelling drawers so the kids know where everything is for school – hats, gloves, etc
Making a cute chalkboard banner which can be used again and again
Labelling my windowsill garden (perfect for helping me to remember which herb is in which pot!)
Labelling the kids coat pegs to prevent arguments
Duck Tape Chalkboard tape measures 47mm x 4.5m and costs £5 from leading retailers such as Amazon and Hobbycraft.
You might be interested in some of my previous Duck Tape makes:
Finding Dory Duck Tape key ring
Unicorn Duck Tape pencil case
Star Wars Duck Tape wallet
5 minute Duck Tape plant container
Duck Tape Halloween decoration
Duck Tape Pirate Hat
Duck Tape containers
Duck Tape magazine holder
Duck Tape sewing case
Frozen Duck Tape pocket money wallet
Duck Tape bracelets
Minion Duck Tape wallet
Duck Tape Easter eggs
20 Duck Tape crafts for kids