This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Duck Brand®. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you guys ever visited the Duck Tape® website? www.duckbrand.com Just in case you haven't. I just recently stumbled upon it, and am so excited that I did! Sure you can find all of their products, etc. but the most fun find for me was the "Ducktivities" page. TUTORIALS GALORE!!
I had no idea you could make so many things out of Duck® brand tape. I mean, I've seen those incredibly creative kids who make their prom outfits out of Duck Tape®, but there are tutorials for clothing, decor, crafts, purses, you name it. I'll be digging around in there for ages.
Right now I am in love with the Holiday line of Duck® brand tape. Have you seen it? It's making my holiday wrapping SO fun. Check out a few of the fun prints:
They work great for decorating boxes, bags, and baskets for gifts, but you can even use them for fun decor ideas. I'm on a huge polka dot kick right now, so I am loving the holiday dots print of Duck Tape® used as a tree garland! Check out this awesome non-poisonons alternative to that favorite holiday bloom:
Amazing, no?? And safe for homes with pets and babies. :)
Here's a story for you: My dad has always been the King at delaying present opening at Christmas time. When it came time for opening gifts at our house, Dad would set up in his chair and break out his pocket knife. Why a pocket knife? Well, he would have so much fun torturing my brother and I by cutting open each and every taped spot on his gifts, prolonging our next "turn" to open. In hindsight, it was hilarous. But this year, I win. He's going to break out that pocket knife only to be met with gifts wrapped in festive holiday Duck Tape® instead of ribbon!
If you haven't done so already, go visit Duck® Brand online at www.duckbrand.com, then go visit their Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/ducktape and "like" for great ideas, great deals, and first look at new prints.
Happy Holidays, and please feel free to send in your holiday Duck tape® creations! I would love to post them in a future Duck®-specific tutorial post!