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Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frames

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Learn how to make Mini Instant Photo Frames using Duck Tape®.

DIY Instant Photo Frames using Duck Tape

I’m so excited! I made my very first Duck Tape® creation!

I bet everyone who creates something with Duck Tape® gets excited!

I’m not sure if it’s because of the great collection of Duck Tape® patterns and colors or it’s because of how easy it is to create stuff with it?! What do you think?

DIY Instant Photo Frames and Instant Photo Magnets

I went to Walmart a few weeks ago, I was in the paint section of the store when I noticed the Duck Tape® section!

I was amazed with the selection of different designs ranging from Spring/Easter designs, Retro designs to Paw prints for animals lovers! Of course they also have bright-colored Duck Tape® too.

They have something for everyone! PLUS I find it very inexpensive, which makes it a crafting material that you can be used anytime.

I love that you can use it to decorate, create and instantly give something a little pizzazz!

Duck Tape® at Walmart - #TheDuckAtWalmart

I picked up these guys for my project:

Color Duck Tape® – Purple
Printed Duck Tape® – Pink Zebra, Wallflower and Multi Polka Dot.

Printed and Color Duck Tape® - #TheDuckAtWalmart

Would you like to know how I made the Mini Instant Photo Frames and Magnets?

Awesome, because I worked on a tutorial for you!

Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frames and Magnets

Supplies:

  • Duck Tape®
  • Card-stock (or file folder)
  • Precision knife
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Wallet size photos
  • Hot glue gun
  • Magnets

Instructions:

Step 1: Draw a 48 mm x 58 mm (1.88″x 2.28″) rectangle on a piece of card-stock (or file folder) and cut it out.

Draw an instant photo frame template

Step 2: Apply Duck Tape® onto one side of the rectangle.

Apply Duck Tape on the back of the piece of cardstock
Duck tape on cardstock

Step 3: Draw a 33 mm x 33 mm (1.29″ x 1.29″) square on the backside of the rectangle.

Draw a square on the cardstock

Step 4: Cut out the square with a precision knife.

Use precision knife to cut out the square.

It will reveal a mini frame.

Square removed to reveal photo frame

Step 5: Cut out a wallet size photo just a little bit bigger than the size of the square.

Wallet size photos
Cut photo to fit behind the mini instant frame.

Step 6: Apply a small piece of Duck Tape® on the back of the frame to hold the photo in place.

Then cover the back of the frame to cover the back of the photo completely.

Apply tape to hold photo in place

Step 7 (optional): Use hot glue to apply magnet on the back of the mini instant photo frame.

How to attach a magnet onto a photo frame
Mini instant photo frame with magnet

And the result:

Mini Instant Photo Frames Magnets made with Duck Tape®

Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frames Tutorial - #TheDuckAtWalmart
Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frame Magnets Tutorial - #TheDuckAtWalmart
Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frame Magnets Tutorial - #TheDuckAtWalmart
Hanging Instant Photo Frames
Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frames Tutorial - #TheDuckAtWalmart

What do you think?

Aren’t the Duck Tape® Mini Instant Photo Frames and Magnets AWESOME?!

I can’t stop admiring them! I find them absolutely perfect!

Want to see even more Duck Tape® creations?

Follow Duck Brand® on Twitter @TheDuckBrand and check out #TheDuckAtWalmart !

And don’t forget you can Buy Duck Tape at Walmart!

If ever you want another fun way to display photos, you may like these DIY photo stands!

Have a great day!!

Pamela @DIY Vibes

Thursday 21st of May 2020

Love, love, love this. I have 3 daughters and they will all want to try this!

Debbie J

Wednesday 11th of June 2014

I love these. Weare going on a cruise soon, and I decorated our luggage with Duck tape and permanent markers. So far so good. They sure saved us a headache when the luggage tag for torn off last cruise when we got to the cruise terminal. Duck tape is my new "go to" craft item.

Brooke

Wednesday 4th of June 2014

So adorable! I have a goal to do something with all my Instagram photos. I'm motivated now. Thanks so much for sharing! Have a wonderful day!

Laurie

Saturday 10th of May 2014

I loved your Tip Me Tuesday link this week. {thanks girl!} Would you like Tip Junkie to feature your blog post to over 200,000 creative women? If you upload this blog post into your Tip Junkie craft room using at least 2 images, 2 steps, and blog post URL then I can easily feature it in my RSS feed, home page, and all my social networks instantly. {squealing with delight} ~ Laurie {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie}

Michelle

Monday 28th of April 2014

Oh my gosh! Duck Tape hasn't' really come over to the UK yet, but when I'm out in the US this summer I'm filling up my boots with a stash of it! What a super cute idea - love these! xoxo

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