Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects

Easy to Pick Up, Hard to Put Down

by Sophie Maletsky

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Sticky Fingers is a vibrant, easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to creating amazing projects with the hottest crafting material on the market today—duct tape! The book includes tons of photographs alongside directions designed to make creating a wallet and making a bag even easier, while also providing a steady stream of ideas for personalizing and embellishing your duct tape creations. Each project includes icons showing difficulty level and project time, as well as helpful hints, such as how to keep your scissors clean and what to do with end pieces. So grab a roll of duct tape, pick a project, and get started!

“Clear directions for nifty-looking duct-tape crafts abound in this guide…chock full of appealing ideas.” —Kirkus Reviews

“This fun, creative, and colorful book takes readers through the whole process of duct tape crafting…These projects are engaging and good for beginners as well as those who might have made the classic wallet before…The fun project ideas and detailed instructions make it easy to get started and help ensure that duct tape crafting is something readers will stick with for a long time.” —Foreword Reviews

 

Download the Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects Activity Guide

 

Product Details

  • Teen Nonfiction
  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Zest Books; Original edition (July, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-936976-54-6

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  1. […] Zest Books is giving SLJTeen readers a chance to win a copy of Sticky Fingers along with several rolls of duct tape donated by Tapebrothers.com. Simply e-mail Zest Books your mailing address and let them know what your teens want to make with duct tape. Five winners will be chosen at random from all entries received by midnight, June 25 and will be notified via email by June 30. As a bonus for librarians planning activities using duct tape, check out these sample projects and activity guide here for free. […]

  2. […] Pick Up, Hard to Put Down / Sophie Maletsky. Zest Books, 2014. 240 pg paperback. [author site]  [publisher site]  Review copy and cover image courtesy of the publisher via […]

  3. Darlene Cruz says:

    Aug 15, 2014

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    My Review:
    Awesome book with so much easy projects. The book covers is a big hit, the multitude of ways to decorate the book covers. The only thing I found so hard was choosing which duct tape because I found all different style and colors. The two pocket folder was pretty simple and works well with my many projects of papers I usually need to kept filed and organized. Fan-fold Bow I accomplished quite well, I made a bunch for a birthday party, pink & white polka dots. Step by step instructions and pictures to follow, especially if following instructions is not your things the pictures do justice. This book tells you the materials you need first to get whatever project you choose to tackle. The level of difficulty and time it takes is wonderful. Of course I started with the simple one first, level one 😀 My favorite one is the picture frames, I made frames to match the pictures. I will submit pictures at a later time, sorry. I received this book for review quite late because it got lost. I had to do some projects first before I can give my honest review of this book, which is so wonderful. I’m about to elicit my grandchildren to choose a project and see how it turns out so with that I will post the pictures of their projects as soon as I can. Thank you ZEST BOOKS for giving me the opportunity to review and blog this excellent project book, “Sticky Fingers DIY Duct Tape Projects.” Thank you, especially to Zest Books.

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