Okay, we've all seen duct tape wallets, right? Can we also agree that most are kind of goofy? I mean, great idea...just, you know, kind of goofy. Well, Monica over at Craftynest has re-defined the duct tape wallet into something that's actually CUTE. She's also re-worked
Just spotted these duct-tape-covered sofas over at Cooked Brains. Anybody have any info about them?
You've got to hand it to the perspicacious folks at 3M, who have a remarkable way of making things better that we thought were just fine to begin with. Case in point: Duct tape. Apparently, gray, tough and sticky were not enough. Scotch from 3M has now come up with FIVE new
For those who fear the sewing machine, Scoochmaroo, over on Instructables, shows your how to make a beauty of a Hello Kitty zippered pouch held together with only duct tape and staples. How she figured that out, I don't know. See her complete step by step tutorial, plus another tutorial from the Queen of Duct Tape showing
Spotted this pic over on Craftzine. A perfect finish to the DIYers’ gifts this holiday season–wrapped, of course, in craft paper. There’s no accompanying tutorial, but it shouldn’t be too hard to do. After taping the package, I’d probably fold a length of duct tape back on itself, thereby eliminating the sticky back, and then ‘tie’ the bow. Or, to save on tape, you could stick the tape onto newspaper and then trim the excess paper away.
This photo, with an adequate warning and shaming from DIYLife, elicits an important question:
What should you never do yourself?
Clearly, you shouldn't duct tape your baby to a wall, whether you do it yourself or with assistance.
But what tasks or repairs do you think absolutely must go to a professional? Intense electrical or gas work? Masonry? House cleaning?