After making a few other things out of duct tape, I wondered what else I could make from man's greatest invention that would be worthy of the "Duct Tape Tough" contest. After some thinking, I came up with this. "How to Write using Duct Tape". It may be pretty simple, but the final product can look very neat. Just look in the photos. I made one to hold all my sketches and designs for future projects. Notice the fancy-dancy light bulb. So if you think you're ready, go to the next step and get started.
Step 1: Supplies
All the supplies needed to make this are
-small exacto knife or any other craft knife
-a role of duct tape
Now when you find a binder to use for this, try not to use one with the clear plastic screen on the front. If you do have one like this, cut off the clear plastic part. All it will do is screw things up. Onto the construction.
Step 2: Drawing the Pattern
Initially, rip your piece of duct tape off to whatever length you want. Lay it down and stick it there. Now you can use the craft knife to trim it down to the right length. After that's all done, use your pen to draw out the what you want it to read. Make sure you do this in block letters, so all you'll have to do later is trace them. If you really want to, use a stencil to make it more professional. Once you've got your pattern, you can move on to cutting it out.