Duck Tape Belt

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Making a quick Duck Brand® Tape belt is super simple and takes about 5 minutes.  There are so many Duck Brand® Tape patterns nowadays you can make one for every outfit.  When the Duck Brand® Tape wears out just cut it off and reuse your D-rings to make another.  So let’s Duck the Halls with this cute holiday belt.

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Supplies:

Duck Brand®Tape

D Rings or Belt Buckle

Rotary cuter and ruler

Scissors

1.  I started with about 50” of Duck Brand® Tape.  You may need another set of hands for this part.  Fold the Duck Brand® Tape onto itself so you make a double-sided strip.  Cut the depth of the strip down to size.  Mine was 1.25”.

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2.  Loop your D-rings or belt buckle around one end of the Duck Tape strip.  Grab another piece of Duck Brand® tape about 5” long and cut it in half lengthwise.  Wrap it around the end of the Duck Brand® tape wrapped D-rings to secure end down.

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3.  Put the belt around the person who will wear it.  With scissors, cut it down to fit.  It is that simple.

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And here is my beautiful little daughter modeling it.

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Do you like Duck Tape crafts.  Here is another Duck tape flower belt I made.
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  • kristin marvin

    Oh the ways to use duck tape! The belt is a fun way to use the duck tape and I love the flowers you made. However, what I would really love to say is that I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and New Year filled with health and joy! Thanks for the creative posts and sharing of yourself. I am so glad to have found you when you created your craft room with Sandra. Wishing you the best in all that your journey in the blog world has to offer!

    • http://infarrantlycreative.net Beckie

      Thank you so much, Kristin! I love having you as a reader! :-)