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Duck Tape Crafty Fun and Giveaway

Duck Tape Colours is traditional Duck Tape in a fun new range of colours and patterns.  Not just for DIY use, Duck Tape is perfect for crafting with so many inspirational things to make and do with it.  Currently available in 11 vibrant colours and 4 exciting patterns we were sent a few rolls to play around with and see what we thought.

Duck Tape coloursMiss M was super exciting when she saw the rolls, she loves her art and crafts and couldn’t wait to get making.  First she started with the Penguin Invasion Duck Tape and decided to make her little brother Mister B some binoculars.

Duck Tape binoculars penguinsAlthough he had other ideas and just used a couple of rolls to peep through!

Duck Tape BI decided to make a flower and Miss M was keen to make one too, although she was very insistent that I didn’t help her and she carefully copied what the steps I made.  The Duck Tape is very strong which makes it ideal for crafting, particularly the petals on the flowers which easily stand up once folded over.  Miss M did need a little help with the scissors as the tape needed a good strong cut, but I just cut little squares of tape and left them on the table for Miss M to fold and stick how she wished.

Duck Tape flower Miss MI was so proud of her finished flowers, all crafted on her own, she got completely into the swing of it and even added some leaves, she’s now in the process of making a big tree – I await the finished results!!

Below are Miss M’s beautiful flowers (the bottom left is my creation).

Duck Tape flowersWe’ve loved crafting with Duck Tape, something we’d never have thought of using before, although these new exciting colours and designs have made it much more interesting.  The finish of our creations is shiny and smooth, much better than some paper crafts that don’t last long and get easily squashed.  Miss M proudly gave her bunch of flowers to Nanny last weekend who now has them in a small vase in her kitchen.  I love seeing them each time I visit, a great reminder of her handiwork.

Duck Tape is so versatile, the possibilities are endless.  Each roll is 48mm wide and 9.1m long and is availabe on Amazon for around £6.

Would you like to have a go at crafting with it?  Well I have 3 rolls of Duck Tape to give away to one of my readers so if you’d like to win some, just fill out the form below.

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All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions. We are not paid for reviews although we do receive the product to try out and enable us to write the review.

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  1. Jane Brown says:

    One of those beautiful roses


    Christmas present decorations

  3. Harley says:

    The flowers x

  4. jennifer haden says:

    I’d love to make a rose <3

  5. Keri Jones says:

    I would try and make some funky picture frames 🙂

  6. Jo Hutchinson says:

    a Christmas stocking

  7. Lynn Heath says:

    I would try and make a flower

  8. I’ve seen a fab Duck Tape wallet that I would love to make.

  9. Lucy Goodwin says:

    I love the look of this flowers, I would have a look on Pinterest for ideas of what to make, it’s a massive source of inspiration for me

  10. catherine @mummylion says:

    everything ugly like the tv and the dvd player. and maybe my chair legs or protect them

  11. kim neville says:

    a bag

  12. Tina Mansfield says:

    I think I would have a go at a shopping bag, or a wallet as they look quite easy to make 🙂

  13. I want to try the flowers, they look really nice!
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  14. I really liked your daughters beautiful flowers, so I think I’d make roses and flowers too.

  15. Hazel Christopher says:

    Lot’s of pretty roses x

  16. Louise (perry) fairweather says:

    flowers or a telescope

  17. Katrina Day-Reilly says:


  18. Lauren says:

    I’d use it to decorate canvases and 3d letters

  19. claire woods says:

    I don’t know. I would give it to my niece, as she loves making things.

  20. not sure a santa hat

  21. emma falvi says:

    a rose

  22. Claire Eadie says:

    I would search through pinterest for ideas xx

  23. Cheryl Kean says:

    I would make some happy new year cards, or thankyou cards for the gifts my children have recieved x

  24. Martina Pichova says:

    I would try to copy the roses.

  25. Angie Hoggett says:

    It’s got to be some christmassy roses!

  26. a bag

  27. Gillian Holmes says:

    TBH I would use it for sealing parcels and holding carpet together

  28. says:

    A daddy-sized duck tape (friendly) monster!

  29. Suan Watts says:

    Christmas decorations

  30. says:

    I would try to make a bag 🙂

  31. tracy newton says:

    I would give them to the kids and tell them to use their imagination

  32. Anne Hawley says:

    A new woven look table top for my bedside table!

  33. sarah birkett says:

    I would like to give the rose a try please

  34. jennifer thorpe says:

    I’d make a handbag

  35. Caroline H says:

    Colouful photo frames.

  36. says:

    Some nice flowers!

  37. Rebecca Phillips says:

    i’d make some activities to develop fine motor skills but use the tape to decorate them 🙂

  38. Beky Austerberry says:

    a bag or wallet

  39. Tamsin Dean says:

    The Flowers

  40. sofia s. says:

    I’ll use it in my paper crafts

  41. Rachel Craig says:

    Some Beautiful Flowers, hopefully just as nice as yours and Miss M’s.

  42. Kirsty Fox says:

    A flower and some lovely xmas decorations

  43. Jayne T says:

    I’d make the handbag.

  44. Patricia Edwards says:

    A duck billed Platypus

  45. justine meyer says:

    i would make a pig

  46. Tammy Tudor says:

    I’d make some flip flops!

  47. katie skeoch says:

    a snowman, cos there’s been no snow for Christmas 🙁

  48. Margaret says:


  49. Kimberley Stone says:

    Gift boxes

  50. I’d try the flowers.
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  51. Mickie Bull says:

    Flip Flops

  52. says:

    I’d make Christmas decorations

  53. lowri earith says:

    i’d try to make the handbag!

  54. julie laing says:

    a wallet

  55. Jo-Anne holton says:

    i would make lots of fun with my boys!!!!!!

  56. Vera Bahounkova says:

    The flowers

  57. Clint Howat says:

    The flowers x

  58. Anthea Holloway says:

    I eould make some lovely flowerpot covers.

  59. hannah walker says:

    This is so unique have never seen this before. With three little girls I think we’d definitely have a bash at the roses 🙂

  60. sarah lee says:

    I would like to try make a bunch of pretty flowers like the rose 🙂

  61. michelle bennett says:

    A wallet 😀

  62. Sarah Parkin says:

    I would try to make Duck tape ice-cream cones and cupcake cases for our play-doh creations 🙂

  63. Amy Ripley says:

    A rose!

  64. helen milner says:

    I would try and make some hearts x

  65. Christopher Read says:

    Greetings cards

  66. Would be great for my little ones to make some flowers for their Nana’s birthday.

  67. Kiran Parry says:

    I would attempt to make a flower out of it

  68. Victoria N says:

    A wallet

  69. Karen K says:

    The flowers look great, she should be really proud 🙂 I think I’d like to try my hand at making some of those too 🙂

  70. Emma Ellams says:

    The roses are beautiful but I’d love to give it all a go!

  71. Hannah ONeill says:

    A wallet

  72. Allan Smith says:


  73. Kay Lou Smith says:

    Roses 🙂


    Some sort of dog shaped ornament

  75. Linda S says:

    A wallet and a handbag

  76. Hazel Hulson says:

    Love To make money and pretend I could Spend it and make a magic money wallet that refils automatic when empty after all expense of christmas could tell the kids that think everything happens by magic anyway!

  77. Lisa Sands says:

    Flowers 🙂 x

  78. zoe matthewman says:

    Would love to make a bouquet of flowers

  79. Emma Lewis says:

    I’ve got some bookends that need glamming up.

  80. Sarahann Tonner says:

    A daffodil 🙂 x

  81. Cori Westphal says:

    My daughter likes to make wallets!

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  82. tiffany callan says:

    I’d use it to tape the arms on my glasses, i’m bored of just black now 🙂

  83. sarah fleck says:

    i would give the bag a go, looks like fun 🙂

  84. raj sandhu says:


  85. Angela Sandhu says:

    i would make some flowers

  86. katherine b says:

    I’d use it for different crafts for my son – like a boat, plane, etc

  87. leanne williams says:

    Christmas present decorations

  88. Mark Palmer says:

    A flower

  89. megan davies says:

    I’d cover a table in it

  90. sharon johnson says:

    id try the flowers, but my daughter would be better than me lol xx

  91. Jamie says:

    Those roses are amazing 🙂

  92. ellie says:

    a rose and a wallet

  93. Amy Beckett says:

    I would love to make a rose

  94. Georgia Keogh says:

    I’d try making everything!
    Probably starting with the flip flops 🙂

  95. says:

    i would let my youngest loose with it to make crafty things however i will be keeping an eye on him in case he tapes the dog up!

  96. cathyj says:

    would try my hand at flowers

  97. sarah says:

    im not sure yet but in sure my son would come up wiht something he is alwasy thinkgin of things he can make, mostly out of cardboard boxes.

  98. Decorations for wrapping presents!
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  99. Tim millington says:

    I’d make a wallet

  100. Alice Hindley says:

    Christmas Decorations

  101. Laura Pritchard says:

    Some palm trees for my son’s train set

  102. sarah palmer says:

    I would use it to brighten up my kids rooms

  103. Karen R says:

    I love the bouquet of flowers 🙂

  104. Rosalind Blight says:

    a bunch of beautiful roses

  105. Holly S says:

    Mail art to send to my penpals

  106. Sarah Parker says:

    a flower 🙂

  107. Kerry Kilmister says:

    I would love to make a Penguin handbag for my daughter.

  108. Joanna Sawka says:

    some flowers

  109. Amy Murray says:

    Maybe a duck?! Or failing that flowers 🙂

  110. Kieran says:

    flip flops

  111. Janine Atkin says:

    a castle for my sons soldiers

  112. Sheri Darby says:

    The flowers

  113. Karolina Piklowska says:

    Stick on wall my nices bedroom 🙂

  114. stephanie campbell says:

    want to give those lovely roses a go

  115. Val Swift says:

    I like the flowers

  116. Sarah Pybus says:

    I would start easy with the picture frames 🙂

  117. monika s says:

    gift boxes

  118. Vicky Thompson says:

    I’d make Easter bunny hats 🙂

  119. Jane Middleton says:


  120. taja mckenzie says:

    a rose for my partner for valentines

  121. jodie harvey says:

    would love to try the flowers x

  122. Kel Ellen Hirst says:

    I think I’d like to make some pen pots! As wells giving those flowers a go too

  123. says:

    on my suit case handles and customise the childrens drinks bottles

  124. Natalie Crossan says:

    Fun duck tape monsters with my little monster 😀

  125. Hayley Spencer says:

    I’d try flowers, windmills, teddy bandages, cover books/drawing pads to personalise…so many options!

  126. aaron milne says:

    Hope to win

  127. Kay Braisher says:

    I’d make some flowers (only made them with the silver and black tapes before) and a little bag each for the kids

  128. Sue Warr says:

    A decorative dado rail in my toilet!

  129. ClairejB says:

    I’d use it to decorate cards and presents.

  130. susan oliver says:

    A Space ship

  131. Becky John says:

    My daughter would use them to make flowers for her art projects

  132. gemma clark says:

    I would let my daughter have fun!

  133. vikki says:

    i would make a mess no doubt! i would try to make some models with my son but i am not very creative!

  134. holly broomhead says:

    A wallet!

  135. Dawn Totton says:

    The flowers look fab.

  136. Thomas Clode says:

    A bouqet!

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