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Duck Tape® Owl Tote

Ducktivity provided by Duck® Brand

This patchwork tote is owl you need for spring and summer! Just follow these instructions and create your own unique accessory for any occasion.

Skill Level: 

Advanced

Approximate Crafting Time: 

2:0

Supplies and Tools:

  • Duck Tape®
  • Duck Tape® Sheets
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Self-adhering hook and loop fastener
  • Crafting board

Directions

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  • Step 1

    For the body of the bag, create a piece of Duck Tape® fabric that measures 12 in. wide and 13 in. long.

  • Step 2

    Using scissors, round off the bottom edges of the piece of fabric from step 1.

  • Step 3

    Repeat steps 1-2 to create the other side of the bag.  

  • Step 4

    Using small pieces of Duck Tape® along the sides, tape the 2 pieces of fabric together. Keep the top open. 

  • Step 5

    To create the flap for the bag, make a piece of Duck Tape® fabric that measures 12 in. wide and 7 in. long and add a strip of color Duck Tape® to the bottom for the beak.

  • Step 6

    Cut into a triangle so that the color Duck Tape® strip is at the bottom point of the triangle to form the beak.

  • Step 7

    Attach the flap to bag. Add a hook and loop fastener to the backside of your flap and where it meets the front of the bag to secure it down if desired.

  • Step 8

    To create the feet make a piece of Duck Tape® fabric that is 1 strip wide and 5.5 in. long.

  • Step 9

    Draw and cut out 2 feet onto the fabric.

  • Step 10

    For the wings, lay out 2 strips of Duck Tape® that slightly overlap. You can place these on wax paper if desired.

  • Step 11

    Draw and cut out your wing on the strips you made in step 10.

  • Step 12

    Repeat steps 10-11 to make a second wing.

  • Step 13

    To make the layers for your eyes, draw 3 shapes on the back of Duck Tape Sheets. Make an oval that is 6 in. long and 4.5 in. wide, a circle that is 4 in. in diameter and another that is 2.5 in. in diameter.

  • Step 14

    Place your larger circle on top of the oval shape.

  • Step 15

    Place the smallest circle on the top of your piece from step 14. You can add a tinier circle in the corner if desired.

  • Step 16

    Repeat steps 13-15 for the second eye. 

  • Step 17

    Attach the eyes, wings and feet to the bag you created in step 4.

  • Step 18

    Attach a strap to your bag using a double sided strip of Duck Tape® or create your own unique handle!

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