Sure, there are MANY duct tape flowers out there, but this one will catch everyone's eyes! This simple, easy-to-make duct tape flower only takes a few minutes to make and is gorgeous to display around your house or even at a wedding reception. Changing the colors of the duct tape you use can change the overall effect of the flower, too. In this instructable, I used pink and green duct tape.

  • Green Duct Tape
  • Pink Duct Tape

Time Taken: 5 minutes
Skill Level: On the easy side of Medium

Step 1: Rip the Tape

Take the pink tape (or whatever color of petals you are using) and rip off a length of about 9 inches. You may want to go a bit longer, depending on your pleat size. It really just depends. Usually I end up adding a small section to the strip because I run out of tape in the process of pleating the flower, but it still turns out just as well.
<p>tried and failed... it looks really pretty tho, I wish I was able to perfect it! and with the limited materials, its even more convenient, cuz most flowers involve wire, which I dont wanna have to go out and buy. But with it being just tape, its easier for people like me with limited resources :) just a little too hard for me though</p>

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Bio: Although I love all art in general, some of my favorites include drawing, constructing practical stuff out of duct tape, and sewing up a storm ... More »
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