A Duct Tape Belt {for Girls}

Duck Brand Duck Tape recently released a pile of new Duck Tape prints.  I was really excited when I saw the great new prints and I’ve been itching to make something.  This argyle print is so preppy cute and I thought it would make a fun duct tape belt for Lila.  I love the pink and gray combination!
duct tape belt - Duck Brand

To make the belt, I ripped two strips of equal length, one white {the wrong side of the belt} and one argyle. I ripped the white one again lengthwise to make it the appropriate width.

duct tape belt
I laid the thinner white strip down the middle of the argyle strip, sticky sides together …
duct tape belt
… then wrapped the sides of the argyle around the white and pressed it together.
duct tape belt
I folded the belt over two D rings, then held the folded part in place with a strip of white tape.
I cut a little argyle from the tape and stuck it on top of the white to jazz it up a bit.
And that’s it.  Lila waited right beside me the whole time and couldn’t wait to model it.  Cute, huh?
duct tape belt Duck Brand

duct tape belt - Duck Brand

I can’t wait to share some of the other Duck Tape prints with you.  If you want to grab some yourself, this month the new prints should be available in AC Moore, Hobby Lobby, Joann, Michaels, Meijer, Fred Meyer, and Walmart.  Have fun!
Duck Brand Duck Tape provided the products used in this project.  No compensation was given for this review and all opinions are my own.
Click here to see the duct tape belt for boys!
 

Comments

  1. says

    What a great idea! I’ll make sure to link back to this when I make one for my daughter!
    Thanks for sharing!
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  2. says

    Ok.. I will be making this for my party next weekend… of course I will show everyone where I got this idea and send them to your tutorial. It will be posted on Friday! I hope that I do it justice! lol 😉 Now to find some duct tape!

  3. says

    Fabulous idea for the little girls. Thank you for the tutorial. I love it…so much I featured you at Ucreate with Kids. Thanks again.

  4. says

    Hi! Quick question for you, but how is this holding up? Does it get pretty crinkled and not look good after a couple uses? Thanks!

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