Duck Tape Jack o' Lantern Contest, I started poking around the Duck Tape website and found a number of postings of clever uses of Duck Tape for Halloween projects.
You wouldn't believe what people are making with this stuff.
Trick or Treat bags.
And... I kid you not: an entire Pirate Ship.
I'll start small.
There's a posting HERE on the Duck site showing you how to build a Candy Corn Trick or Treat bag.
Looking at the picture you can probably reverse engineer it, but if you want to turn off your brain and get Duckin' check out the link.
Second, there's a link HERE giving ideas on how to "Spookify Your Home's Halloween Decorations."
"Ducktivities" they're called.
I'm not making that up.
Some are super simple like folding black and orange tape on itself to make streamers, but there are more involved ideas like making a giant spider-web from twisted Duck Tape strands and building a spider (too big to hit with a book) out of black tape and styrofoam balls.
They even Duck-Tape-ize (a term I just made up) some Martha Stewart-like ideas like making ghost patterns to fasten to lamp shades.
HERE that really is more about costume and Halloween safety.
BUT... there's a great photo of a woman in a Rubik's Cube Costume and a little girl in a princess hat. No directions, but one look at that pic and I think we can figure out how they're made.
So to all the "I didn't have time to make a costume so I showed up in my pajamas"-people: Did you have a box? Did you have Duck Tape? Yeah. You had time.
What's that? You want to make it a "Sexy Rubik's Cube?"
Don't wear pants.
Lastly... that pirate ship I mentioned. You can see the picture HERE on their site complete with detailed info on how portions were built (example: Beach balls covered in black Duck Tape = cannonballs).
Just looking at that ship... I'm flabbergasted.
Seeing all this has certainly inspired me to start work on that full-scale Avengers Quinjet to go with my Iron Man Mark IV armor........ all made with Duck Tape of course.
Do you think they sell Duck Tape in forklift pallets?
Just curious... comment below on if/how you've used Duck Tape in your Halloween building/wearing/decorating...