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Duck Tape® School Supply Case

Ducktivity provided by Duck® Brand

Looking for something simple and inexpensive to put your new school supplies in? Just grab a sandwich bag and your favorite Duck Tape® print or color and you're on your way to making your own Duck Tape® school supply case that you can take wherever you go!   

Skill Level: 

Intermediate

Approximate Crafting Time: 

1:0

Supplies and Tools:

  • Duck Tape®
  • 1 qt. sandwich bag with zip closure
  • Scissors
  • Craft knife
  • Pen
  • Ruler
  • Crafting board

Directions

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  • Step 1

    Cut the zipper part off your sandwich bag. Leave about ½ inch of bag attached to the zipper part. Do not throw away the rest of the bag. 

  • Step 2

    Make 2 pieces of Duck Tape® fabric that measure as wide as your bag and 4 in. tall. 

  • Step 3

    Using a strip of Duck Tape®, adhere the piece of Duck Tape® fabric you made in step 2 to the zipper from step 1. Repeat for the other side with your second piece of Duck Tape® fabric.   

  • Step 4

    Fold a single piece of Duck Tape® over each of the open edges of the supply case to close them up. Trim any excess tape. 

  • Step 5

    For the I.D. holder cut a rectangle out of the remaining plastic bag that measures 2.5 in. tall by 4 in. wide. 

  • Step 6

    Cut a piece of  Duck Tape® that measures 1 in. tall and 4 in. wide and fold it over the top of the plastic rectangle from step 5. Use 3 more pieces on the sides and bottom to attach it to your case, keeping the top open.

  • Step 7

    If desired, adhere 3 more strips of a different color Duck Tape®, leaving a littly of the previous color Duck Tape® showing. Trim any excess. 

     

  • Step 8

    Create a tab to add to your supply case by cutting off a 5 in. long piece of Duck Tape®and folding it over on to itself lengthwise. 

  • Step 9

    Cut a 1 in. slit in the side of your supply case with a craft knife and insert the tab. Use a small piece of tape on the inside to hold the tab in place. 

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