This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Duck Brand. All opinions are 100% mine.
Duck Tape® Back to School in Style! #DucktoSchool
There is so much excitement in the air at back to school time--even though we homeschool
our children, we love to stock up on school supplies when the prices are so good!
Back to School supplies can get really pricey...especially if you want to have cute
school supplies instead of just the plain ones.
Duck Tape® is the solution.
You can buy all the cheap 17 cent notebooks and 40 cent folders...and decorate
them with all your favorite patterns!
There are over 200 prints and colors to chose from, so you can
personalize and style your school supplies and accessories to fit you!
Duck Tape® is an easy crafting medium for kids of all ages.
With only scissor supervision, my 4 year old niece customized a folder just for her!
Often no additional supplies are needed...not even scissors!
Plus it's the perfect Back to School party to have friends or cousins over to customize with!
I think the tweenagers enjoyed it more than if they just got a bunch of store bought folders.
Patchwork pieces fill this notebook completely!
These girls spent hours decorating and coordinating their supplies!
This new pineapple pattern tape was a hit!
It's fun to get creative!
Chevron stripes are a fun pattern.
Makes a super stylish composition book!
I had a little piece of Duck Tape® Chalkboard Deco Adhesive Laminate...
I stuck it right to the front of the folder
And then edged it with cute patterned Duck Tape®!
Then it makes the perfect place for school related doodles.
Customize pencil boxes to match folders!
Customize folders and notebooks in themes for specific classes!
Stripes are an easy fix for plain notebooks!
Patterns and glitter tape are great for covering pencils or pencil cases!
Go back to school with your supplies all in style!
so when you buy rolls of your favorite Duck Tape, proceeds go to help prevent bullying!
Check out Duck Tape on Twitter, Instagram and School Craft board on Pinterest for more great Back to School ideas!
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