Duck tape goes GLAM
For years my husband had been hiding a dirty little secret from me and he didn’t even know it.
-Was it a secret lovechild? No too racy for him.
-Did he break one of my favorite pair of earrings and never fess up? Again no. He knows better than to mess with my things. (Love ya darling)
The little secret was that in our shop he was hiding a gem:
It must be used for some sort of home improvement project that I’m sure he explained and I just ignored, because I was too excited by all of the sparkles.
I knew there must be some sort of great way to incorporate it into a DIY home project. Picture moulding trim came to mind right away. A great idea for those that live in a rental and can’t add holes to their walls.
I’m still waiting for a client/project to use this little tip on (email me if you want my help!), but luckily for me the kind folks at IN STYLE tested it out for me!
How chic and cheap! I think my next set of roommate clients are going to get this look!
I even found a skinnier version of the tape here:
Yes, I know the above tape isn’t technically considered duck tape, but if you want the cloth look of duck tape they actually have a metallic version of that as well.
Would you ever try this out? Or have you already? Send me pictures if you have!