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Duck Tape Fox Backpack
Carry your style anywhere you go!
- Time:1 hour
1Make a double sided fabric with 2 Blaze Orange Duck Tape Sheets. To make Duck Tape fabric, lay a strip of Duck Tape, sticky side up, on your cutting board. Lay the next strip so it slightly overlaps the other. Continue until you have a piece that measures your desired length and width. Take it and turn it sideways so the strips are going left to right. Lay the next strips, sticky side down, going up and down so it is laying the opposite direction. Trim off any excess.
2Make 2 double sided strips of Blaze Orange Duck Tape that are 10 inch long.
3Make a double sided strip of Blaze Orange that is 8-1/4 inch long.
4Make a double sided fabric using 2 Blaze Orange Duck Tape Sheets. (Instructions on making Duck Tape fabric can be found in step 1). Cut a piece from your fabric that is 8-1/4 inch wide and 4-3/4 inch long.
5Assemble your pieces together. Attach both step 1 pieces with the piece from step 3. Take one of your step 1 pieces and attach the strips from step 2 to both sides of it. Then attach your step 4 piece at the top.
6Fold up your bag. Step 1 pieces will be the front and back, the step 3 strip will be your bottom, and the strips from step 2 are the sides. Step 4 strip will be your flap. Attach using strips of Blaze Orange Duck Tape.
7Make 2 thinner double sided strips of Blaze Orange Duck Tape, measuring the length you want for your straps.8Attach your strips from step 7 to your bag and fold down your flap.
9Make ears using a double sided strip of Blaze Orange Duck Tape and cut out your ear shape. Make a similar, smaller ear shape out of Winking White to add details.10Use the Black marker to add more details to front of your backpack, including eyes and a nose. Use Winking White to give detail to backpack's snout.