Duct Tape Earring Holder

 Hi everyone, today I’m going to show you how to make a… duct tape earring holder! This is a pretty easy project, but it requires you to make a duct tape sheet. If you don’t know how to do that, check out this tutorial. What you’re going to need is:
Duct tape. I used one color but you can use as many as you’d like.
Yarn.
Scissors.
A permanent marker.
A small piece of straw.
Something big and round to trace. Plates work well.

1. First, create a duct tape sheet (see my tutorial). Trace the round object onto it with permanent marker.

2. Cut out the round shape.

3. Next, thread a piece of yarn through the straw and tie it in a loop.

4. Tape the straw to the back of the duct tape sheet.

I decorated the front of the holder with DTD (guess what it stands for?) You can decorate this however you’d like, but I don’t recommend gluing or taping things on because you will have a harder time of attaching the earrings. To hang your earrings, just poke them through the tape! If they have a back, attach the back on the other side of the holder. Comments? Questions? Ideas? Please comment!

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    • Hi; thank you for commenting! I haven’t found or heard of any issues with the earring holder, but I understand your concern. You may want to try poking a push pin through the holder first to make sure the adhesive doesn’t transfer.

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