Halloween will be here in less than a month and the stores have all sorts of Halloween decorations and supplies on the shelves. Here’s a fun way to make your own Halloween crafts like this Treat Bag using Scotch Duct Tape. No need to go out and buy plastic pumpkins to hold your kids’ treats. You can choose any color or pattern of Scotch Duct Tape you like and then layer them to create whatever saying you choose. Change the colors and you can make a gift bag for Christmas or birthdays too.
Scotch Duct Tape Crafts
Scotch Color and Pattern Duct Tapes are available in vibrant colors and detailed designs. It’s perfect for crafting because it goes on smoothly and holds well even if the surface isn’t flat. Just a few colors offered by Scotch Duct Tape are hot pink, cherry red, tangerine orange, sunshine yellow, green apple, blue turquoise, sea blue, violet purple, and metallic berry. You can also find Scotch Duct Tape in a variety of patterns. Just a few of my favorite are Plaid To Meet You, Peace Out, Pretty Snakey, and Paul Frank. Crafters will be happy to learn that you can now buy smaller rolls of Scotch Color and Pattern Duct Tapes in coordinating combination packages that are perfect for DIY projects.
Pricing is $3.47 – $4.99 for rolls and $4.49 – $5.29 for combination packs. Scotch Duct Tape is available in a variety of stores including Target, Office Depot, KMart, Lowes, and BJ’s.
Halloween Treat Bag
- 1 paper bag with handles
- 3 coordinating colors of Scotch Duct Tape
Cover the front of the paper bag with one solid color of Scotch Duct Tape. If your bag had a design printed on the front, you may have to do two layers. Now you can edge your Halloween Treat Bag using a patterned Duct Tape. to create a border, cut eyes out for a Jack O’ Lantern or write Boo or Trick or Teat on the front. What you create is up to you!
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