Have you seen all the things you can do with Duck Tape®? It comes in so many colors, patterns and even characters now a days. It's an easy way to personalize your school supplies. I can totally picture Sweetie Pie wanting me to cover all her notebooks in neon pink, or peace signs, or Hello Kitty. As for the Spencinator, he'd love the digital camo look.
Using Duck Tape® is a fast and easy way to have everything coordinate. From pencil boxes, to folders to notebooks and even the pencils themselves. Maybe I'm getting a little carried away, but how cute would it look to have a clip board with matching pen like this:
Check out That's What Che Said for the full tutorial on how to make this coordinating clipboard/pen set.
You can make one of your own in just three easy peasy steps:
1. Apply Duck Tape® to clipboard (overlapping if needed to line up pattern)
2. Trim away the excess.
3. Apply Duck Tape® to pen or pencil
This sounds so easy to create, even the kids could do it.
Duck Tape® is a inexpensive way to personalize just about anything. And if you need some ideas on what to create, just check out @TheDuckBrand for tons of inspiration. You can find them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and subscribe to their Newsletter.
As for where to buy Duck Tape®, you can buy Duck Tape at Walmart. Walmart has a huge selection of Duck Tape® for back to school in just about every style imaginable. You can find it in the Paint Department and the Craft Department. And since I generally do my grocery shopping at Walmart anyway, I’ll just add it to my list and pick it up the next time I’m there. No extra trip or going out of my way necessary – what could be easier.
What will you create with Duck Tape®?