DIY: King of Duct Tape

I’m guest blogging over on Hostess With the Mostess today, sharing a super simple DIY (and FREE printables)  just in time for Father’s Day.

If the dads in your family are anything like the dads in mine… there is absolutely nothing that a little duct tape can’t fix!  If you have one of these MacGyvers in your life, you know exactly what I’m talking about!  It’s as if that strong silver tape has magical powers. So grab your scissors, swipe a roll of duct tape from the garage and let’s get started!  This Father’s Day, let’s crown our favorite DIY Dads as The King of Duct Tape!

Duct Tape Crowns : A Father's Day DIY

We’re wrapping up Dad’s favorite treats with an adorable silver crown made from his beloved duct tape!  Everything from homemade cupcakes to Dad’s favorite beer and a bowl of pretzels…

Duct Tape Crowns : A Father's Day DIY

You can find my full tutorial for these duct tape crowns on Hostess With the Mostess, HERE.

Find the FREE printables for “The King of Duct Tape” labels HERE.

Simple, inexpensive and easy enough to get the kids involved!  I hope my King of Duct Tape treat wrappers make your dad smile!  Happy Father’s Day to all of the DIY and duct tape loving dads!  Enjoy!

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

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    Carrie Sellman says

    No, not a joke! I wanted to create a new and different way to say Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads who love a good DIY project. The crowns are pretty simple to make and my printable labels are free!

    Hope you enjoy my little duct tape craft!

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