This Month at Teen Services Underground: Flexibility of Duct Tape Crafts

This month I have a new post over at Teen Services Underground talking about the flexibility of duct tape crafts in a library setting.

For most of the summer when I had a craft program on my schedule, I would pull out the duct tape. My kit includes instructions to make bookmarks, bows, wallets, and even a flower pen. All of which have been smash hits with the kids and teens who come to programs.

The fun thing about working with duct tape is that the kids really get to run with it. I give minimal instruction on basic techniques. The rest is up to the kids and depends on how much effort they want to invest.

You can read the rest of my post at Teen Services Underground.

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