Duck tape Christmas tree bunting

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We’re wrapping up our last week of Christmas projects as fast as we’re wrapping the last of the Christmas gifts! ;) Today’s project is brought to you by Duck the Hallsand we had so much fun using it to create an easy piece of holiday decor, our Christmas tree bunting paired with Kelli’s yarn wrapped wreath. We received 4 holiday designed duck tape rolls and were given the challenge to create a unique holiday craft project. We received the season sweets, holiday bows, penguins and snowman. Check out Duck Tape getting their winter look on! ;)Supplies to make a fun Christmas tree bunting from Duck Tape!Paired with bakers twine in green, colorful mini poms, red mini clothespins and a pair of scissors, we created the bunting in no time but spruced up the holiday mantel in no time at all!

  • Cut a 12″ piece of tape from the roll.
  • Free hand a Christmas tree design (or print one off and cut it out then trace it onto the cute holiday print Duck Tape.)
  • Cut out a few trees in your fav Duck Tape holiday prints.
  • Pin trees to a string of green bakers twine and hot glue the poms to the clothespins.
  • Hang and enjoy!

Easy DIY Christmas Tree Bunting (Made from Duck Tape!)Love how simple this project was!Cute DIY Christmas Tree Bunting (made from Duck Tape!)Duck Tape is easy to work with and Kelli’s 10 year old could hardly wait to get her hands on the these cute print to make me a new treat bag for my kiddos, (she wrapped a freezer bag in Duck Tape and folded strips for handles. Too cute!)DIY Christmas Tree Bunting (made from Duck Tape!)Check out more of our Christmas projects. You can catch up with Duck Brand here:

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Lolly Jane
Meet Kelli & Kristi, twin sisters and authors of Lolly Jane. We are two busy wives + mommas who are makers of all things pretty. From signs to home decor and holiday crafts or redoing furniture in between soccer practices, we do it all all while armed with an ice cold Diet Coke. Join us in our DIY adventures! XOXO
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  • Cheryl at Snaps of Ginger - How cute!! I love using unexpected materials to make something great.


  • justine - That is so darling!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Cute! I love the designs that duck tape has! My tween daughter can’t get enough of it either. We just duck taped our nails the other day and called it nail art!ReplyCancel

    • lollyjane - What a CUTE idea, Rachel!!! My tween is only asking for Duck Tape now and wants to start an Etsy shop with all of her (piling up) creations she’s learning from YouTube. I gotta pass the info along about the nails- guess what she will be sporting soon?? ;)ReplyCancel

  • Crystal - Love it!! I love all the uses of Duck Tape. Thanks for sharing :)ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Parrish - That is beyond cute! What a clever idea!! Kind of wishing I would have decked my halls with these earlier :) Maybe I still will!ReplyCancel

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