This picture was shared with us by friends on our page on Facebook. Their precious little girl has to wear a body cast, and they used the Duck Brand Candy Corn Duct Tape to make it water resistant. Poor little thing! We send he our best.
Our friend on Twitter @CharmRedeemed made this cool pencil holder with Duck Brand Ping Argyle Duct Tape. "Why make a duct tape pencil holder," she asks? Just 'cause.
A silly song about Rainbow Duct Tape.
THis cool Hot Pink Duct Tape Flower Barrette was made by @CraftyRichela and she sells them on her Etsy store. She makes all her stuff with duct tape, brown grocery bags, juice cartons, cereal boxes, and found items.
Here is a cool bike bag made cooler with the help of a little Duck Tape Brand Mustache Duct Tape. This photo was posted by @cervelo_girl on Twitter. You can buy Duck Tape Brand Mustache Duct Tape at TapeBrothers.com.
A silly song about Yellow Duct Tape. You can hear more silly songs about Duct Tape on our YouTube channel. You can buy Yellow Duct Tape at TapeBrothers.com.
Kim Goodwin from Duct Tape Creations made this beautiful Duct Tape Butterfly Hairclip. Here's how she did it:
First, she makes two duct tape sheets using the Totally Tie-Dye Duck Brand Duct Tape, and puts wire between the sheets for extra support. Then she cuts out the shape for each wing.
For the black detail, Kim traced out the wing shape and cut holes in Black Duct Tape so the Tye-Die duct tape would show through and make the wing pattern.
She cut little circles out of White Duct Tape to make the spots on the wings. The body was made by rolling up black duct tape.
You can see more of Kim Goodwin's work at her Duct Tape Creations page on Facebook.
The tapes used in this project can be purchased from TapeBrothers.com:
Here's a silly song about Blue Duct Tape. We're posting new songs each week on our YouTube channel.
A song and video celebrating Red Duct Tape
Our friend Ed Orsine from Experimental Airlines challenges remote control aircraft enthusiasts around the country to build exceptional planes using foam and carton tape from TapeBrothers.com. While the foam provides the structure of the aircraft, the tape makes the surface smooth and reinforces the strength of the foam. Also it makes the planes look pretty. Here are some planes entered for the Longest Wingspan Content. The winner, Codefreezer, built a plane with a 17’ wingspan that stayed aloft for 60 seconds, landed, and relaunched (check out his videos on YouTube). He wins a $75 gift certificate to TapeBrothers.com to buy tape for a future project. Great job, and thanks Ed for promoting us with your awesome contests.
In case you ever wondered, here are the Tape Brothers themselves. They don't have names yet, so we're looking for suggestions. The Tape Brothers, of course, sell tape at TapeBrothers.com
Heather Anne Richards from Handmade by Heather made this Duct Tape Baby Bow. Here's how she did it:. She takes two strips of tape about 11" long and sticks them together and cuts them in half. Then she cuts them in half again so she has four skinny 11" strips. Then she cuts them to about four inches and folds then and hot glues them together. She does the same thing for the top bows, except they are 2 1/2" strips. The flower is an embellishment (not duct tape).
If you line it up right, Duck Tape Brand Graffiti Duct Tape makes a cool graffiti pattern. You can get Graffiti Duct Tape at TapeBrothers.com.
Each week we'll be featuring a special duct tape at TapeBrothers.com. Next week is RED DUCT TAPE. We need your help for a project we're doing with RED DUCT TAPE so we need you to send us photos of projects you have made with RED DUCT TAPE. We are also interested in silly pictures with RED DUCT TAPE in them. Can you take a photo of RED DUCT TAPE near a landmark in your city?
To submit you photo, post it on our wall at facebook.com/tapebrothers.