Ducktivity provided by moonpaste
This is a basic duct tape ring. It's easy and fun to make and it looks good when it's finished :)
Approximate Crafting Time:0:30
Supplies and Tools:
- Duct tape (any colour)
- Scissors (optional)
Take a strip of duct tape that's about an inch longer than the circumference of one of your fingers and roll it into a thin strip (this will be the bit that goes around your finger)
Take another strip of tape and cut it (or rip it) into small rectangles that are about 1x7/8 big. They really doesn't have to be exact, they just needs to be small rectangle/squares.
Stick the flat(ter) ends of the first (rolled up strip) onto the second strip, so that they (the ends) are stuck up until about the middle.
Fold the right top corner of the second strip over the ends of the first strip, but leave a bit of the strip at the bottom sticky.
Fold the left top corner over the fold that you just made, still keeping the sticky strip at the bottom sticky.
Fold the left sticky edge over, then fold the right sticky edge over that. (You might notice that this is exactly like like procedure for making any other rose...)
Make another square/rectangle strip.
Fold the top left corner over, leaving, once again, a a sticky strip at the bottom.
Fold the top right corner over, keeping the sticky strip sticky.
Wrap the triangle from step nine around the part from step six.
Repeat step ten until the rose is as full as you want it to be. Basically, just continue it as you would any rose.