Duck Tape® Rose Headband
Craft Time: Approx. 1 Hour
This is one of our favourite crafting projects to date. As you can see in the photograph, the results can be stunning! This is an intermediate level craft project and it takes about one hour to complete. There
Choose colours that best compliment your sense of style. These are great for both adults and children and can be fitted exactly through measurement. Duck Tape Rose Headbands are great projects for crafting groups. They also make lovely gifts. We’ve seen them worn at events, group activities, and in school plays. The material is waterproof so your roses will not fade or wilt.
You will need:
- Duck Tape®
- Hook and loop fastener
- Crafting board
To make the petals for your rose cut several strips of 2 in. long Duck Tape® squares.
Fold one edge of the strip sticky side up, leaving some stickiness on the side and bottom.
Take the other edge and fold it over, leaving only the bottom of the strip sticky.
Repeat steps 1-3 to make your other petals. Depending on how large or small you want your flower to be, you will need around 30 petals.
Tightly roll one of your petals; this will be your centre. Then continue to wrap all of your petals around your centre.
Repeat steps 1-3 to make your other flowers.
For the headband measure how long you need your strip of tape to be able to fit around your head. Make a double sided strip of tape to this size.
Take one of your roses and place it on your strip of tape. Then flip it over and attach the rose to your headband using small pieces of tape.
Repeat step 8 and arrange your flowers on your headband the way you want them to look.