Take it on Tuesday blog hop #28: Duct Tape Purses

It’s great to see more new faces this week!! I just love hosting this blog hop and getting the chance to see what projects are out on the blogsphere!!


Again, I’m going to make it my priority this week to follow everyone’s blog and like/follow them on  Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest. So if you link up, you will be followed! (by me, at least) :) If I didn’t follow you last week, I will this week!! Plus, I do pin your projects on my Favorite’s Board.


My Favorite Five!

(You need to have a link back to Romance on a Dime on the project post or sidebar to be featured.)


Katie’s {Creatively Living} The Kitchen Reveal – she has a pretty amazing kitchen!




Marissa’s {Rae Gun Ramblings} Knock-off Cheesecake Factory Bread




Jess’ {Jess and the Boys} Meal Planning Magnet Board – I just LOVE this idea and plan on doing it myself sometime.




Brittany’s {Crafty Mischief} Funky Braided Scarf




Finally, because I DID clean my microwave this week after reading her blog post, Jessi’s {Practically Functional} How to Clean your Microwave in 2 Minutes



Finally (yes, I’m adding a sixth again!) I absolutely LOVED Lindsay’s {Southern Lovely} Knock-off Striped Skirt



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Duct Tape Purses

My Sister-in-law and Mother-in-law have been busy crafting lately. This weekend they showed me, and allowed me to help with one of their projects!!



Aren’t they so cute? They are amazingly easy to make too!


Step 1: Create Duct Tape Fabric

You do this by putting duct tape back to back. In this instance we chose the pink polka dots and a solid blue duct tape. The blue duct tape was actual duct tape sheets they had purchased at Michaels.



After creating duct tape fabric for the front and back of the purse, we put strips together to form the binding. For this we chose pink polka dots on one side and a cupcake pattern for the other side.




Step 2: Tape the pieces together and add binding

After we had all the pieces made, we lined them up like this and started taping them together, using the cupcake patterned duct tape for our binding:



Step 3: Make the ruffles

We used a box to help hold the form, as we were bending it around. (Sorry I don’t have any pictures of the rest of the process!!) Velcro secured the top flap over the purse.



I didn’t take any pictures of us making the ruffles, but here’s a pretty good video tutorial.



Have you ever made anything out of duct tape? What projects have you been working on lately?

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