Poll Results!

Hi everyone! I have the Tuesday poll results! And here they are!

Question: Is duct tape art just a fad?



50%- No, duct tape is a fun art that will stay.

25%- Yes, in a few years it will go away

25%- I’m not sure


Yay duct tape!


I’m sorry!… I did it again :(

Hi guys. I expect you’ve noticed yet ANOTHER change on DTD. Yup. I’ve chosen a new theme… again. The new theme, “Balloons,” came out not too long ago and I just couldn’t resist it. I know what you’re thinking. “Why why why does she keep changing the theme?” I just can’t find the “perfect” theme. Since I’ll most likely change the theme AGAIN, because that’s what I do :D, enjoy “Balloons” while it lasts! Bye for now!

Another Masking Tape Blob Poster!

Hello everyone! I felt like taking a little break from duct tape today, so I decided to make another masking tape blog poster! Since I already had a “Love” poster, I thought I would make a “Peace” poster as well. I actually used the white paint technique for this guy, because the paper was pretty ripped up when I pealed the tape off (If you have no idea what I’m talking about, check out my Masking Tape Blob Poster tutorial.) Anyway, the white paint I used was Crayola Kids Paint, nothing fancy :), but it worked fine! And it gave the letters an interesting texture. I think the poster is also slightly less fragile now.

The other change you’ll notice is that I decided to frame the poster with some yellow duct tape. I only framed two sides, because I thought framing the whole thing would cause too much of the artwork to be lost I put lots of glitter all over the tape (from the picture it just looks dark, but it was actually quite sparkly) I’m not sure if I like it or not, though.

These posters are so much fun and so easy to make, and they don’t take much time. I’ll definitely be making more of them. Happy weekend, and “Peace!”

P.S. Masking Tape Blog Posters Tutorial

This is an AMAZING duct tape craft! It’s so pretty!


We are obsessed with the brilliant twist on a household staple: duct tape in patterns and colors!  Genius!  Zebra, polka dot and cheetah prints are in our tape drawer and have been twisted and folded into roses, wallets and other fun creations.

Emma deserves full credit on this project and the makeover she gave this $5 Target mirror.  It looks adorable against the pink paint in her room.  One simple picture doesn’t capture its magic, so we took it outside!


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