DIY Duck Brand Duct Tape Gift Bow


Great for the top of a boy’s birthday gift.
It’s a fun way to dress up a gift card or package.




Here’s how to create the fun…

Duck Brand® Duct Tape is easy to apply to paper and
it actually plays well if it needs to be repositioned a little.






Mark off 3/4 inch for each cut. Using a paper cutter works great!






Fold each piece in half to find the center.
Create figure eight petals and secure each with hot glue.






Place a dab of hot glue in the center of a petal and place another petal on top across it.
Alternate layers to create the bow.

This bow spans the age gap as little kids and older kids will get a kick out of it.

Don’t have Duck Brand® Duct Tape on hand?
See how I turned my child’s scribbles, aka artwork, into a DIY Gift Bow.

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  1. This is so cool! I’m going to try it with my kids.

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  1. […] This tutorial gave us some ideas for making the bows from the EZ Start® Printed Packaging Tape from Duck Brand®. They turned out sturdy enough that I think they will hold up year-after-year, so we can continue re-using much of our gift wrap–while upcycling any packing materials that make their way into our home!  […]

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