Anywho, a while back I was browsing the duct tape in Walmart when I saw this...
I pulled out my phone and snapped a pic, I had to post this pic on Instagram & Facebook... "Oh my.... This is one #ducttape print that WILL NOT make its way into my craft room! Yikes!"
I couldn't believe it! I mean there are soooo many fun patterns of tape, but really?!? Did they have to go this far??
And then comes Christmas & our family gift exchange... one of my sister-in-laws kids got my one niece who has Beiber Fever. The first thing she did was call me and ask me "Where did you find that Beiber duct tape? What can you make for us to give her with it?"
How can I say no to a handmade gift for one of my nieces??? I was doomed!
So late one Saturday night my SIL Sherry came over with a roll of duct tape and Hannah and I were put to work. The making of these bags is definitely a two-man job (at least in my experience!). Sherry sat & laughed at us and stole my camera... here's some of her pics.
Haha, I never knewthat I stick my tongue out when I'm
The trickiest part of this one was trying to align the print. Normally I don't bother, or it doesn't matter, but it was important for this one. Considering that, the finished product turned out better than I would have guessed!
I wish we had better pics, but it was late & Sherry was taking the bag home with her. Sorry for the glare, I couldn't get one without it!
**I do have to say though, this duct tape never did get into my craft room... we were in the family room the whole time. Likely because the craft room is still a huge mess of boxes from the move. ;)