Your kids would love to make and wear these colorful rainbow duct tape bracelets reusing a cardboard roll!
I found this lovely Rainbow Duct Tape a while ago and used it today for these cute bracelets!
This is the perfect craft for tweens or teens, and really pretty too!
All you need is a cardboard roll(I used a toilet paper/cardboard roll cut in half per bracelet), duct tape and a craft knife of scissors.
Cut the roll like this image shows.
Cut strips of tape, just to go over the edges of the roll. I used 3 strips of about 10cm.
Cut the inside flaps like this to make it a little neater:
Use one more strip of tape and tape it on the inside. This is a little tricky, help your child to keep the curling TP roll down for this part:
And there you have pretty rainbow duct tape bracelets! A fun and frugal craft too!
For more awesome St. Patrick Crafts and Activities, visit these blogs:
Shamrock Suncatcher by The Gingerbread House
Egg Carton Shamrock Craft by Play Learn Everyday
Micky Mouse Irish Pops by Crafty Mama in ME
Michael Finnegan Craft by Craftulate
How to make a Leprechaun Trap by Playdough & Popsicles
Rainbow Rainshaker by Mum in the Madhouse
Pot of Gold Number Mats by The Kindergarten Connection
St. Patrick’s Day Playdough by Clare’s Little Tots
I love that duck tape, what fab colours and they are fab bracelets. What a great tween craft
What a great way to upcycle TP rolls. I really need to fund some taoe like that as well I love it! Thanks so much for sharing this cute craft on our blog hop.
What a fun and cute project!
So pretty! I was surprised to see they were made from cardboard tubes – never would have guessed!