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DIY Emoji Duct Tape Pouch

DIY Emoji Duct Tape Pouch
DIY Emoji Duct Tape Pouch
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This DIY Emoji Duct Tape Pouch is a super cute and fun way for you to create some fun crafts with your kids. Let their imagination run wild with the types of emojis they want to create, and then get started on this duct tape craft. They are going to love creating their favorite emojis. Plus, this DIY pouch is great for organizing different toys and pieces that the kids might leave lying around. This craft video can show you just how easy and inexpensive it is to make these fun and creative faces.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Duck Tape In Red, Black, White, Yellow, and Pink
  • Craft Mat
  • Craft Knife

DIY Emoji Duct Tape Pouch

Emoji Duct Tape Craft Instructions

  1. On a craft mat, layer 10 pieces of yellow Duct Tape about four inches long on top of each other half an inch apart, creating a sheet. Cut the sheet into a circle.

  2. Layer 4 strips of yellow Duct Tape about five inches long, overlapping half an inch, then fold down the edge on one side of the tape sheet. Repeat once more to make the two pouch flaps that will be your opening. 

  3. Layer two to three strips of yellow Duct Tape about eight inches long, barely overlapping one another, creating a thin sheet. Now cut two circles about three and a half inches around, then cut one of them down the middle, making one full circle and two halves.

  4. Take your thick circle from step one, and place the whole thin circle from step tree in the middle, sticky side to sticky side. Now place the two halves from step three in the middle onto either of the pouch flaps you made in step two. 

  5. Now, assemble your pouch by taking the two flaps and placing them down onto the large circle, overlapping them half an inch. Add one strip of yellow tape to the right and left sides of your pouch to enclose the opening. Press firmly on the edges to make sure you have a nice seal, then trim around the circle. 

  6. Now, have fun and get creative using the multiple Duct Tape colors to cut out and create fun and unique faces. 

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Leave a comment... I love this idea. However my computer is being picky. Can you email it to me Thanks

HI there! I just sent you an email. I hope that helps! -Dana from FaveCrafts

Wow these are so cute and a great project for the kiddos to make. I can see making them bigger and putting them on the front of a folder maybe with glue on the back to make it stay so you will stay on. They can design the emoji they like and give it some character. Such a quick and inexpensive project to make. You can even get the duct tape at the dollar store . Get enough for the neighborhood kids too because you know they will want some too. Super video and tutorial.

Good for little ones,but I don't have any of those anymore. #NationalCraftMonth2017

Looks like the perfect spring break project for the kiddos #NationalCraftMonth2017

interesting. not my bag though. #NationalCraftMonth2017

We love emoji's! #NationalCraftMonth2017

#NationalCraftMonth2017 Interesting project. )

#NationalCraftMonth2017. These DIY Emoji pouch would be cute to put loose change and small items in and keep in your purse or bag. Everyone loves emojis!

Very fun project to do with/for kids. I like the one with the sunglasses. #NationalCraftMonth2017


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