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Oct 03, 2011  Learn how to craft a DIY picture frame using Duck Tape brand duct tape in this easy craft tutorial from DIY crafter Marisa Pawelki.

This frame was made using a tiedye printed duct tape Using the two 11" designer tape strips, place them along the shorter ends of the frame. Then take the two 13" strips and place along the longer ends of the frame. When you have laid down these strips on the frame, you may experience excess overhang. Duct Tape Picture Frame. Guide Making Decorative Picture Frames. 0. Share. Pin. 0. Save. Follow. More. Print. Email. Flag. Even if you don't have a frame, you can make your pictures look decorative with colored duct tape!

Add a magnet to the back and you can display it on your refrigerator with pride. This simple duct tape craft, making duct tape picture frames, was the perfect finishing touch to the brightly colored artwork.

Materials needed to make your own duct tape picture frames: Pieces of cardboard Amazon. com: picture frame tape. Picture Frame Level Ruler, Perfect to Hang Pictures, Mirrors, TVs, and Shelves. by HangOMatic. 17. 95 17 95 Prime. FREE Shipping on eligible orders. 4. 1 out of 5 stars 124. Duck. Homyl. Rossi Engraving. Tools& Home Improvement Product Color. White. Brown. Industrial Material. Duct tape picture frame. I bought a new shelf the other day. They come in these neat IKEApackages that when all is drilled into a wall covers my floor in plastic, paper instructions and one long, rectangular cardboard plate.

Nov 23, 2010 Make a picture frame out of duct tape! Make two doublesided strips that are each 334 inches long: Cut a strip of duct tape to the recommended length for the project. Lay it sticky side up on your work surface.

Cut another strip of the same length. Place it sticky side down, directly on the first strip, matching up all edges. May 25, 2010  Using cardboard and duct tape, you can make a durable Father's Day frame that Dad can hang anywhere from his workbench to the office! Embellish the frame by spelling out Dad's name in duct tape letters or writing a special message for him such as I love you, Dad!