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Here's how to make a small holly wreath out of some green duct tape. This could be a great project for the whole family to get in on.
You'll need the following items. Green colored duct tape A small flat ring (Perhaps cut a hole in the top to a plastic container. We ordered custom cut ...
Tear a length of duct tape off and then rip or cut it along the length to make thinner strips. This will prevent the tape from creasing horribly ...
Use the strips to wrap around the ring you're using. This will hide the color of the ring so you can easily use any color of plastic, metal ...
Cut off two equal lengths of duct tape and put them together as shown. (Sticky sides together.)
Make a holly leaf template on the card stock or plastic scrap. Cut the template out and then trace it onto the duct tape cramming in as many ...
Use the scissors to cut out the leaves. You might want to embellish them a little but we found that the marker didn't stay on the duct tape ...
Cut a length of ribbon to use to hang the ornament. Tie the ribbon onto the ring and then tie another knot to form a loop with the ...
Get the glue gun warming up. Lay out some of the leaves on the ring and get a feel for the layout you'd like. remember you can put ...
You might want to add a bow made out of ribbon. Then hang it on the tree! Many ornaments are fairly fragile but this one will take a ...
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