Duck Tape® Clipboards
This post brought to you by Walmart. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love back to school time! Do you? I love the supplies, I am not going to lie! I don’t really love alarm clocks, or lunch packing or early bedtimes but I really, really love supply shopping! Michael loves to play school at home and he also loves to draw and color so I knew I wanted to make him a special clipboard that was just his. While we were out al Wal-Mart getting our school supplies, I picked up a roll (or six) of Duck Tape®. We stocked up on several rolls because 1. They are awesome and 2. Michael kept thinking of more and more things he could cover and so I was happy to oblige with his creativity!
- Your favorite rolls of Duck Tape®
- craft knife/scissors
- pen (optional)
To get started on our Clip boards, I simply started covering the board with the Penguin Duck Tape®. I slightly overlapped it so that the pattern would match up and look continuous. I fully covered the clip board. Using a craft knife, I trimmed the excess tape from the sides of the board and away from the “clip” part on the top. Using a few of the scraps I cut from the clipboard, I wrapped an ugly pen we had with cute penguins also! Now he has a matching set! You can buy Duck Tape at Walmart. Hop over to the craft and painting sections to pick your favorite…or several favorites in my case! I love the selection and the variety in prints. The coordinating solids make it easy to mix and match! What would you create with all these amazing patterns of Duck Tape®? Which pattern or color is your favorite?
Be sure to check out Duck Tape® on social media for tons of inspiration and ideas!