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Multi-Subject folder

Ducktivity provided by CastleKid

I bought the folder and wanted to make sure it was easily identifiable so I covered it in duct tape.

Skill Level: 

Intermediate

Approximate Crafting Time: 

1:30

Supplies and Tools:

  • Craft knife
  • 2 or more ductape colors
  • scisors
  • wood cutting board
  • permenant marker or pen
  • Craft knife
  • 2 or more ductape colors
  • scisors
  • wood cutting board
  • permenant marker or pen

Directions

Print
  • Step 1

    Open the folder and begin covering the inside with your favorite duct tape colors. Be sure to cut all excess duct tape off the sides. When completed, it should look like the image shown.

  • Step 2

    To create the back side you will need to detach the string that holds the folder closed. After you have done that, cover the back side with the duct tape color of your choice. Once it is all covered, you will need to reinsert the string. To find the hole this went in, stick small flashlight in the back pocket of the folder. This should allow you to see the holes the string goes in. Mark them with a pen or permanent marker. Use your craft knife to make the holes in the duct tape where the string goes through. Reinsert the string.
    *OPTIONAL*
    To create a logo,place a piece of duct tape sticky-side-down on the cutting board. I chose a lightening bolt as it is my school's logo. Draw out the logo with a pen or permanent marker. Next, cut out the logo. Pull off the sides of the piece of duct tape before pulling off the actual logo. After, pull off the logo and place it on the back of the folder.

  • Step 3

    To design the front flap cover in your favorite duct tape color and cut off the excess. Work around the latch.
    *OPTIONAL*
    To make letters for your name or a phrase, place a square strip of duct tape on the cutting board and draw-out the desired letter. Then, cut it out with the craft knife and remove the sides before you remove the letter. To be sure the letters are placed in a proportional manner, do not adhere the letters until you have finished all other letters.

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