Duct Tape Art.

Introduction: Duct Tape Art.

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Duct tape art (if you do it right) can get you some pretty amazing pictures that takes less than a couple inches of tape. You can use it to make your wallet look like you are the biggest zelda fan alive, to making your school journal a little less boring.

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Step 1: Supplies

The materials you will need for this project are:

Sharp knife of sorts

Cutting Board (pane of glass works better; just a matter of opinion)

Duct Tape(obviously)

Print out of what you want to make

Step 2: Prepare Tape

I will be using the Assassins Creed logo for this demo. The first thing you do is to cut and, layer if needed, Duct tape to the size of the picture. Then place and tape the picture on top of the tape.

Step 3: Start Cutting

Once you've placed it start cutting. Make sure to get all the edges before you take off the picture. (I learned this the hard way). After that, peel up the tape around the design.

Step 4: Place Wherever

Carefully peel up the design, making sure not to rip it, and place it wherever you want.

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    Cool idea. I first looked at this and thought,"man, this is complicated", but I can see its actually quite simple.

    Note: you could also try laminating the design onto your surfasce to make sure it doesn't peel off


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the feedback. It is not a bad idea to laminate it.