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Toni Anne Straw's Duct Tape Canvas

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straws duct canvas web

Our friend on Facebook Toni Anne Straws from DuctTapeFabulous share this beautiful duct tape canvas with us.

Toni was inspired by her favorite shirt, which she bought years ago at a reggae festival. To get started, she made copies of the image on her shirt, then she cut out the shapes of the face and the hat and used them as stencils to trace the shapes on a big piece of paper. Once the shapes were traced, she filled them in with large pieces of black tape.

Next she made stencils for the main shapes in the hat before she cut the shapes from duct tape. She did the same for the earrings and necklace, and she fre-handed the dreadlocks and accents like the beads, eyes, and shirt.

Toni says this project took her about 6 hours to complete. Great job, Toni! Thanks for sharing it with us.

All the duct tape used in this project is available at TapeBrothers.com. The following duct tape was used:

#ducttapeholidays Contest Winners

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We had amazing participation in our #ducttapeholidays contest.  We had so many great entries, we added three runners-up in addition to our first and second prize winners.

Grand Prize Winner

a grinch

Sarah Stout from Duct Tape by Design made this impressive Grinch for our contest.  Sarah says it took 13 days to complete and used up almost $200 worth of tape.

Holiday Duct Tape Crafts

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Our #ducttapeholidays contest will doesn't wrap up until December 15, but we've already got lots of fantastic duct tape holiday crafts contending for the prize!  Here are some of them:

Duct Tape Pumpkin

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duct tape pumpkin

Carolyn Goodwin from Duct Tape Creations designed this Duct Tape Pumpkin for our #ducttapeboo contest on Facebook. We love it because it is a simple design, but it looks great! Here is how she did it:

In the middle for support, Carolyn used the cardboard core from a spent roll of duct tape and covered it with Orange Duct Tape. Then she made several equal-length strips by laminating two pieces of Orange Duct Tape together, and she taped them on to the central core. The stem and the leaf are fashioned out of duct tape as well.

#ducttapeboo Halloween Duct Tape Contest

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Here are the submissions we received for our Halloween Duct Tape contest.

Do you have a project you would like to have featured on Duct Tape Fashion?

Great! We’d love to have you. Here’s what to do: 1) Go to facebook.com/tapebrothers and like our page. 2) Post a photo of your project on our wall. 3) Get 50 people to like the photo. Once that happens we’ll ask you to contact us so we can ask some questions about how you made your project and what tapes you used.