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Kristy Kalnitzky: Hi! I'm Kristy with duck tape brand. Today I'll show how many trades tape. First, I'm going to show how to have a tape of it has a scholarship, a bag, valve feet Ribbon frames, a belt and the cover of a book. Some sources we use are, this art of duct tape are the favorite colors of tape and scissors. Perhaps of other office supplies that you need, but check before each project. Some tips for working with adhesive tape. Set up your workspace with a laminate, surface to prevent strong adhesion between the table and the band. When you use a blade of knife or executive work, make sure that you build to avoid a table chopping to the scratches on the surface of the table. The tape should be almost everything, including your home and repair your car to your gown and the tuxedo, to find more than 20 different colors and models how to make a duct tape anything of tape. Then, choose your Favorites and start. Gather your tools. It is a good idea to work on a cutting board, but if you want a fancy carton, difficult to achieve or placed at the disposal of waste wood are good substitute. Some brands of tape can roundtrip booted, but need a knife, ready to have a pair of scissors or an x-Acto knife just in case. In addition, the hands can be sticky. Wipes are not necessary, but can be very useful. About duct tape rose courtesy of duck ® tape and Todd Scott, sculptor of the Canadian adhesive tape. Cut several strips of about 2 inches. Part of self-adhesive, fold one edge leaving even some sticky on the bottom. Take the parallel edge and fold, leaving only the sticky on the bottom of the band. (1 photos) Wheels is your Center. (2 photos) Repeat steps 2:58 with Ribbon, add the band toward the Center (these are your petals). Continue until you have reached the desired size. For the tree, take a thin piece of wire floral stem and a band of tape wide (the band should be approximately 1/2, as well as the short cable). Place the band (in parallel) cable and turn cable Pack closely in the band. (3 photos) Connect one end of a cable 1/2 (in the end, the band in this respect) in pink. A petal (tracks 2-3) and secure the stem of the rose. (Photos 4-Ta-da!). . . . .