It’s that time of year. The time for fun crafts, and Holiday magic 🙂 Duck Tape is great for crafting!

About Duck Tape

ShurTech Brands, traces its roots to 1950, when the Melvin A. Anderson Company was founded. Anderson, a tiny industrial tape distributor, set out to supply duct and electrical tapes to area factories. Serendipitously, almost 60 years later, Shurtape Technologies, Anderson’s key supplier, would become the new parent company. However, the unique business relationship between Shurtape and the Melvin A. Anderson company, one that blossomed and helped define the industry, would have never come to fruition had it not been for the key growth engine and eventual owner, Jack Kahl.

My Thoughts

You’ve seen the colorful Duck Tape in the stores, but did you know that they are great for more than fixing things? When I received these amazing products, my son and I sat down and made some mini Christmas stockings! He has autism, and fine motor issues, so this was a great way to work on his skills. He really enjoyed making these, and we have plans to make one for everyone in the house!

Duck Tape comes in so many colors and designs! I was lucky enough to receive a few different ones. I received: green, red/black plaid, mirror finish, and red glitter. I also received some shelf liner, and washi tape! We had a lot of fun playing with it, that’s for sure! Duck Tape has some great craft projects on their website, that will keep you busy for hours.
I had a plan for the shelf liner as soon as I saw it. It was a beautiful gold glitter, and I knew it would be perfect for photos! My photo setup is relatively simple: I use a wooden tray, and cover it with whatever looks great at the moment. I pair that with a black back drop and it works great! So, I cleaned the tray and dried it well. I then used the shelf liner to cover my tray! It makes such a beautiful photo prop!
Duck Tape has so many wonderful products! Be sure to check them out!

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