#LifeHack: Duct Tape Spike Bracelet

Hello again! I am back with another #LifeHack for you guys! I always see these really nice pieces of jewelry at like Aeropostale or Justice but when i look at the price tag, suddenly they are not actually that nice. So I took about a book from the library on how to make various duct tape fashion items, which is how I discovered the Potato Chip bag Tote.

And there is actually a funny story to that. Hahaha. The expiry date on the chips was actually my birthday! Hahaha. Now back to this. You will need two kinds of duct tape, lined paper and scotch tape.

Step One. Cut little spikes out of the lined paper. You can use any scrap paper or no paper at all, but I like to have a base. Cover in alternating colors of duct tape.

Step Two. Cut a thin-ish strip of duct tape. Lay down your peices how you would like your bracelet to be on top. Make sure they are secured and wrap around your wrist. Secure with a small piece of scotch tape. **Note that over time, the scotch tape will lose stickiness and you will need to replace it**

 

Thanks for reading this post. In case i don’t post before Christmas, let me say merry Christmas now. Merry Christmas! Please like if you would like to see more #LifeHack posts and don’t forget to look at some of my other great posts. Plewase follow using the button on the homepage to enure that you do not miss out. Happy Holidays!

-Tash

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DIY Potato Chip Bag Tote!

Hey guys! How was your Halloween? I hit the Starburst jackpot! So. How many of you got bags of potato chips or popcorn for Halloween? I’m going to guess that a lot of you did. Here is a way to re purpose your potato chip bags.

You will need a potato chip bag and duct tape.

Step One. Cut your potato chip bag open. Use duct tape to refine the edges.

Step Two. Connect the sides with duct tape and place a strip over the sticky part inside. Do the same for the bottom.

Step Three. Cut and fold a piece of duct tape and cut in half. Fold so that it looks like the strap of a bag. Tape both ends down inside the bag. Repeat for the other side.

 

I really hope that you enjoyed this DIY. Please press the follow button on the homepage to ensure that you will not miss any of my posts. TTYL!

-Tash

Quick Craft! DIY Phone Holder

Hello again. First off, I want to thank DIYLover on YouTube for this idea. Second of all. a HUGE shout out to my buddy Annana at TrenDIY!

Annana is a super amazing fashion blogger and deserves a lot of views so if you like this blog, check hers out!

So. Ever connect to a bluetooth speaker and find that you can’t skip to the next song or toggle between because you just cannot see your phone screen very well at all? I has found a solution!

You will need duct tape or washi tape and an empty cassette case.

The Only Step. Open the cassette case and stand it up so that it can hold your phone. Make sure that your phone fits or this will be completely useless to you . Cover in strips of duct tape. Now you’re  done!

 

Oh and in case you were wondering, the song shown in the picture is Me and my Broken Heart by Rixton!

I really hope that you guys enjoyed this Quick Craft and that you will check out Annana’s blog. Press the follow button on the homepage so that you do not miss any of my posts. Happy Fall!

-Tash