Duck Tape® Flower Belt Instructions

Last year I showed you how to make felt flowers.  Using that same technique I made some flowers out of Duck Tape®.  Duck Tape® comes in an array of colors and patterns and they sent me some Christmas patterns/colors to use.  These are so easy and fun to make and you can add them to a purse, scarf, shirt, bag or a BELT!



Duck Tape®


Hot Glue Gun

Simplicity Stretch Belt – I got mine at Joanns Fabrics for $2.50ish dollars with a coupon

1. Using the same technique as the felt flowers I just cut a piece of Duck Tape® and folded the sticky side in half.  Then on the folded edge I cut little 1/4” wide slits the length of the tape.


2. I cut a piece of Duck Tape® and put it sticky side up. Then I rolled up the slitted tape to resemble a flower and then stuck the bottom side of the rolled flower onto the piece of Duck Tape®.  I trimmed  it a little and then wrapped the piece of tape around the flower to hold the flower shape in place.

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3.  Then just press the flower petals backward to spread out the rosette.


4.  Hot glue your flowers in place.  I chose to make a Duck Tape® flower belt but you can use these little flowers on anything.



Do you want to see more Duck Tape® projects?  Check out the Duck Tape belt I made for my daughter.


  • Jen @ Four Marrs & One Venus

    Super Cute! The things we make out of duck tape! Love it!!

  • Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe

    Very clever and super cute, Beckie!

  • Jean S.

    My 11yo loves making things out of duck tape. She will enjoy reading your post for some inspiration. Thank you!!

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  • Samantha

    You are too smart. I’ve made felt flowers that way but never thought of tape.

    • Beckie

      HA! Thanks Samantha, they are fun and the patterns ones are cool. It is a slightly different look and feel than felt but I love them both.

  • Beth

    *duct tape… Not duck tape lol. Unless there’s some brand someone out there made because everyone mistakingly calls it duck tape. :)

    Spelling-nazi aside, VERY creative way to use duct tape!