Here is a quick and easy way to make a no-sew bunting for any occasion. I used red and green Duct Tape and red twine for Christmas bunting, but there are so many colors of Duct available now that the sky’s the limit. Rainbow colors, football team colors, Halloween — you name it. All I had to buy was my Duct Tape, so this project cost less than $8. Here’s how to make duct tape bunting.

Duct tape bunting by Double the Fun Parties

Supplies

  • Duct Tape (I used Scotch Tape brand)
  • Twine (Try The Twinery)
  • Needle
  • Scissors
  • Jingle Bells (optional)

Instructions

1 – Fold over 2 inches of Duct Tape onto itself. Smooth the top into a sharp fold.

2 – Cut your folded tape into a triangle with the folded part at the top. Cut as many triangles as you will need for the length banner you want.

3 – Thread your twine onto your needle. Poke a hole in one corner of your Duct Tape triangle, and then the other. As you add triangles, keep the twine in the back for a neat look.

4 – I created a pattern of red, green, jingle bell. I pulled the twine through the bell twice so it wouldn’t slip.

And that’s it!

If you try this project, I’d love to see what you create!

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