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GIVEAWAY: Duck Tape Colours

This rose was made with Duck Tape Colours and now you can win some of your own!
You may remember a little while ago we were sent some fabulous rolls of colourful Duck Tape to use for crafts. We were amazed by just what could be done with Duck Tape! You can see the full post about what we made and how we got on here. And if you need more inspiration, there is a whole host of other ideas on the Duck Tape Colours webpage.

Duck Tape Colours have kindly offered our readers the chance to win 3 rolls of their own!

I know there are lots of advent and Christmas giveaways at the moment and not enough hours in the day to enter them all - so we've set the closing date for this in January to give you plenty of time to enter and I'm sure receiving 3 brightly coloured rolls of Duck Tape would certainly brighten up someones day and help beat the January blues.

Really easy to enter, just complete the rafflecopter form below. (If you are new to rafflecopter there is a great guide over at Superlucky.) Please note all comments are moderated and so may take up to several days to appear.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
We saw this Duck Tape suit at 'Ripley's Believe it or not'. The creator of it was ahead of their time as Duck Tape craft is sweeping the USA this year with the amazing Duck Tape Colours range!
Fancy trying to make this Duck Tape suit?

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177 comments:

  1. I'd leave it up to the children to decide!

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  2. I love the look of the rose you made! My girls would love to do those :)

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  3. a little wallet for big man to take money into school

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  4. I'd love to make picture frames :)

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  5. Perhaps flowers, but I'm sure we would have fun exploring the possibilities.

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  6. I want to try the rose that you made, but the bow on the duck tape website looks great too x

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  7. Duct tape rose pens like here http://i693.photobucket.com/albums/vv298/theliebertfamily/blog3/eeb4be44.jpg

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  8. everything ugly like the tv and the dvd player. and maybe my chair legs or protect them

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  9. at this time of year it has to be the christmas tree, then maybe move onto the rose intime for Valentines day

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  10. Make hats with/for the kids and if possible purses for their school money

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  11. Christmas Candy Cane decorations

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  12. i would make a covered box for bits and bobs

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  13. A Christmas tree

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  14. I'd try making some animals for my daughter, I like arts and crafts :)

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  15. Just let my sons be inventive
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  16. i'd give them to my son who works in am dram. i'm sure he could use them!

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  17. I'd like to try some little keepsake boxes.

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  18. a bag
    (kim neville)

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  19. I would decorate an old broom handle and turn it into a jazz band stick like we did when we were small.

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  20. i would probably make a beautiful piece of art to go on the wall in my bedroom

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  21. I'd make a rose too, they're beautiful.

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  22. I haven't decided yet

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  23. Would leave that upto the kids they have brilliant imaginations

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  24. I think i'd decorate some canvases :)

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  25. I'd probably want to find a table from the charity shop and have some form of duck tape boarded chalkboard table - ohh or frame

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  26. I'd love to decorate some interior accessories - Sugajade

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  27. Definitely use it to with my wife to make Christmas decorations! :)
    Adam Wright

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  28. A rose!!! @Amezeylady

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  29. I'd love to have a go at making a bouquet!

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  30. A very bold curtain to hang up by the back door in the Summer.

    JULIE MCLAREN

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  31. I would love to make the roses and the party masks. This product sounds amazing.

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  32. I'd make party masks and the spying gadget. Both things my 3 year old would love.

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  33. would love to make a wallet

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  34. New shed roof. Old one is in the woods behind our house and I don't think it's coming back

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  35. anything and everything .... to be creative ..... whoo hoo

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  36. Rose, I think they are really pretty and look fun to make

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  37. Caroline Blaza1 January 2014 09:47

    I would love to try and make a bouquet of flowers

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  38. I've never used duck tape, but would love to have ago at some Valentine's projects, starting with hearts!!

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  39. I would make cards and scrapbook pages. Also they would be great to cover old picture frames

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  40. Would love to make the flowers

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  41. Would love to try and make the rose!

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  42. I'd attempt the rose then look on pinterest for inspiration

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  43. Something car related with the boys

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  44. I'd decorate my tissue box.

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  45. id rap t round some toilet tubes to make binoculars for my son, all toy ones are to big for him and he tells me he wants to be a 'spier' thats a detective to you and me--- I think. ha

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  46. Elizabeth Haggerty has left a new comment on your post "GIVEAWAY: Duck Tape Colours":

    would love to try and make the flower, really noce

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  47. I'd make a receipt holder for all my bits of paper that otherwise live at the bottom of my bag

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  48. I'd love to make a coupon wallet for my new hobby!!

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  49. Pam Francis Gregory7 January 2014 14:33

    A hat

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  50. Arts and crafts with my daughter

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  51. One big mess, that we would pass off as "freeform abstract art"

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  52. I think I'd make a replica of my cat!

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  53. they all look like great fun to give a go but i think we would start with a bag. :-)

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  54. place mats as mine took some hard graft over christmas

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  55. Would be very handy for my crafty kids

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  56. i would get the kids to make things to stick to the fridge as its rusting!

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  57. I would use it to repair my journal, would give it a facelift at the same time, yay for multitasking!

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  58. I'd use it on my cookery books and files that are falling apart!!!

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  59. A cover for my precious but tatty address book.

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  60. lots of fun symbols on various pieces of furniture

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  61. I would leave it up to the mrs to decide, she has wanted some of this stuff to add to her crafts box for ages!

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  62. Ooh, I received some gorgeous mail art with the pink stripey duct tape in your other post and I wondered where the person had got it! Now I know! I would use it for mail art myself and also mixed media art. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  63. I would like to make party masks for our children's birthday parties.

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  64. I would help my son make something nice for his nanna

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  65. I'd make some pretty flowers! :) x

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  66. Is make some weather symbols with magnets in for my son to stick on the fridge each day :)

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  67. I'd love to make something with my small boys - I'm sure it would be star wars related!

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  68. A picture board with family photos :)

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  69. a flower I think

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  70. so many ideas.. a waterproof wallet

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  71. anything to do with sculpturing birds

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  72. Creating whatever the kids fancy as love doing crafty projects with my children :)

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  73. I'd love to try the roses you made, very cute ;)

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  74. A rose just like in the picture shown :- would be nice. A lovely sentimental gift, which would last longer than real flowers.

    Rachel Craig

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  75. flowers, a little bag for my daughter, anything!

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  76. I think we would love to make the Duck Tape Bags - they are so cute!

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  77. Definitely would try the rose you made, maybe something a little more adventurous like a card holder!

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  78. a castle for my sons soldiers

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  79. I don't know what i would make as i am not the creative one in the house. My daughter though would have plenty of ideas. Both her and my son like to make things.

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  80. i would revamp some photo frames with the kids :)

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  81. I'd like to try making a wallet

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  82. Ruth Liddle-Howden17 January 2014 13:53

    Dinosaurs

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  83. We'd try making some flowers.

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  84. I would make a rocket with my class.

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  85. I need some for practical use and my kids LOVE tape so they would get use out of it. I always put a few rolls in their xmas stockings lol

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  86. i would use it to embellish my cards maybe with smaller roses

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  87. See if I can make a wrap to put round my dogs lead :)

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  88. I'd try to make some picture frames :)

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  89. I love the Duck tape suit - definitely going to try one of those!

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  90. Jane Middleton17 January 2014 19:43

    a flower

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  91. So many possibilities , I'd try flowers first I think

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  92. I'd cover a tin can to make a pen and pencil pot for my desk

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  93. Id make some type of backing board for my kids bookshelves :)

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  94. Would love to make a bag or purse

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  95. I have never heard of this before so not sure, but the rose you have above is inspiring

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  96. The three little boys love making parcels out of any thing, they would love this tape.

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  97. Id like to make a wallet or a bag with it. Id try everything though :-)

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  98. some flowers :) love the rose x

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  99. Karen Louise wright18 January 2014 11:05

    The rose

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  100. I would donate it to the school my daughter teaches at, they would have great fun trying out something new

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  101. A bunch of flowers in a vase

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  102. A colour package wrap

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  103. Wow! So many colours and patterns! I would make a zebra print photo calendar for the kitchen.

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  104. I would try my hand at a photo frame, start simple :-)

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  105. Picture frames for all our loose photos.

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  106. steve williams18 January 2014 16:27

    I would use the tape alongside my card making and jewellery making to make extra special items

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  107. Katie Walden Hall18 January 2014 17:43

    Christmas decorations :)

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  108. i give to my daughter for her cosyplay
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  109. Think I'd have to wait till I get it in my hands, but I'd like to make shoes for the dolls I make.

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  110. Me and my daughters would personalise our items

    Natalie Gillham

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  111. My daughter loves art and crafts and would think of lots of ideas

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  112. Probably a big beautiful mess with my boys x

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  113. i'd make flowers and a bandage for my children's teddies!

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  114. Really not sure, but thinking something small to start off with ... sounds like interesting 'stuff' :-)

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  115. I Am a complete beginner so would have to research and try something simple

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