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Zip Seal Duct Tape Pencil Pouch

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Using a zip seal plastic bag is a simple and clever way to create a functional duct tape pencil pouch, and it's a great duct tape craft idea.  Our friend on Facebook Victoria Anne Long made this example which she submitted for a chance to win our big Duct Tape GIVEAWAY -- and she was randomly selected to win.  We'll have another Duct Tape GIVEAWAY soon.


Duct Tape GIVEAWAY -- Tape Brother's Craft Grade Rainbow Pack

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For our latest GIVEAWAY, you’re going to need to do more than just comment to enter, you’re going to to have to share a photo of one of your duct tape creations.

This isn’t a contest to see who makes the best duct tape crafts. We’re not going to be judging your work. Instead, we’re going to celebrate your work by posting it on and sharing it with our friends on Facebook and Instagram.

Next Friday, August 15, we’ll randomly select one person who submits a duct tape craft photo to win this multi-color prize pack of Tape Brothers Craft Grade Duct Tape.

To enter the contest, simply go to the TapeBrother’s page on Facebook, upload your photo in a comment on our timeline, and include the hashtag #iwantducttape in your post.

Happy crafting. We can’t wait to see your creations!

Jean Earndoggy Strong's Duct Tape Crafts

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Our friend Jean Earndoggy Strong from Facebook won a roll of  Rose Garden Phototape, and she used it along with duct tape to create this duct tape purse, duct tape folder, duct tape wallet, and duct tape bottle holder.  The Phototape has a bright design on a clear tape, and it can be put on top of duct tape to enhance a craft design.  Thanks for sharing Jean!

You can get Rose Garden Phototape from

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 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.