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DIY Duck Tape ice lolly tags

DIY Duck Tape ice lolly tags

As we’ll soon be going on holiday I wanted to craft some colourful tags to make our suitcases easily identifiable. A few years ago we made some colourful Duck Tape passport covers so I couldn’t wait to craft with Duck Tape again. Duck Tape is a great craft material as it’s so durable and perfect to make tags to help identify our luggage. To make  our DIY Duck Tape ice lolly tags I used:

Patterned Duck Tape
scissors
card
craft sticks
hole punch

DIY Duck Tape ice lolly tags

DIY Duck Tape ice lolly tags

First I cut my card to 100cm x 60cm. I placed a craft stick on the back of each piece of card, and held it in place with a piece of sticky tape. Then I placed the card onto a piece of Duck Tape, long enough to fold around both sides.

DIY Duck Tape ice lolly tags

I used a variety of different patterned tapes, smoothing down the edges and making sure the craft stick was kept in place.

Duck Tape ice lolly tags

I overlapped some of the tapes and placed some at angles to create different patterns.

Duck Tape luggage labels

When I had completely covered each piece of card I used the Duck Tape roll to draw a circle around the top of each tag and cut round it to create a curve. I punched a hole and threaded each one with string to tie onto our luggage. Now it should be easy to see!

Duck Tape luggage labels

You might be interested in some of my previous Duck Tape makes:

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
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3 Comments

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    Vicky
    August 10, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    Love this and the fact that you now get colourful tapes! Looks so simple to do and very useful too.

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    MissPond
    August 10, 2018 at 2:46 pm

    I had no idea you could get patterned duck tape!!! This would make the rip on our tent look so much cooler. Will have to keep an eye out 🙂

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