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So here’s the deal – if you give me any kind of challenge with Duck Tape®, I’m going to take it. I absolutely love the stuff. And recently, a new collection of Duck Brand Craft Tapes was released – fabric, glitter, prism and washi tapes, all fantastic for any sort of handmade items. I got the opportunity to try the Duck Tape® Fabric tape and I was all over it. I especially loved this roll of stripes:
Many of you know that I’m a stripe gal. I had a lot of ideas of what to make with the tape, but there was one of the Duck Tape® crafts in my head that I really wanted to do with these stripes – a DIY deer canvas. I love deer heads and I’m putting together a huge collection of deer head crafts/canvases for my new studio. So this was perfect. It’s very easy to make; here’s how you do it.
Gather These Supplies
- Duck Tape® Fabric – multi stripe
- Square canvas – any size
- Mod Podge Gloss
- Acrylic paint in the color of your choice
- Clip art or silhouette to put on the canvas – I used a deer silhouette from Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss
- One sheet of white paper – I just used printer paper
I really love these square gallery wrapped canvases. They have a little extra length on the sides, so they pop off of the wall a bit more. I get them whenever they are on sale (I also love square canvases).
Isn’t the finished piece lovely? The nice thing is that it’s Duck Tape®, so you really don’t need another adhesive if you don’t want to use one. These tapes can be used for all sorts of things – crafts, gifts, home decor . . . even taping up holes in shoes and clothing (I’ve done that before!).
I encourage you to make your own #DuckCraftTape projects with these new tapes. And don’t forget to follow @TheDuckBrand on Twitter for tons of creative inspiration!