Duck® Tape NOEL Decoration

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Duck Tape NOEL Decoration
When Duck® Brand sent me a box of their holiday tapes asking me to create a holiday craft… I went a little overboard.  Instead of making one Christmas project, I ended up decorating my entire mantel with the stuff!  I had so much fun working with the adorable prints and colors, that I just couldn’t stop myself.  Later in the day, I will share a few more projects I made with the tape.  First, I would love to show you my NOEL Decoration featuring a Duck® Tape striped initial.
holiday duck tape
To make a NOEL Decoration, you will need:
green glittery scrapbook paper
wooden letters N and L
dollar store ornaments
craft adhesive
Duck Tape Christmas Mantel
I was inspired by this lovely NOEL decoration created by Finnish blogger Villa Haikara.  I needed to make my version fit with the colorful decorating I planned to do this year, and the holiday Duck® Tapes were the perfect way to make that happen.
Duck Tape Striped Initial
I simply taped overlapping strips of holiday patterned tape onto a large wooden letter N.  I used scissors to cut the tape so that I could wrap the excess around the back of the letter.  Simple as that!
NOEL Christmas Craft with Duck Tape
I made a small version of my Dollar Store Ornament Wreath to serve as the O.  I bought a papier mache E and covered it with glittery scrapbook paper.  Finally, I painted the wooden L with pearl white craft paint.  The whole project was finished in an afternoon, with the striped inital taking the least amount of time.
With all the fun patterns of Duck® Tape available in stores, you could easily adapt this project to make fun initials for a nursery wall or to spell out some other holiday-themed word!
I love my new NOEL decoration and have it as the main focus of our Christmas mantel.  For more Duck® Tape Christmas projects, visit again later in the day!  Be sure to like Duck® Tape on facebook too!

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Thanks,  Jessica Hill

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