In order to attach the bag body to the ends we need to add a small strip of sticky on the edge. Cut a piece of tape the length of the side of your bag body.
Cut that piece of tape lengthwise into a piece that is approximately 1 inch wide.
Add the one inch piece of tape to each side of the bag body so you have a small line of sticky exposed. Place your circles on each edge and begin rolling. This will attach the end cap to the bag body.
In order to add strength you will need to add some small pieces of tape to the ends. Use pieces approximately 3/4 of an inch wide to secure the end cap to the bag body. Overlap these pieces and use as many as you can.
Next we are going to add the strap. Place the strap over the end cap and secure with a piece of tape.
Place a larger piece of tape perpendicular to the strap to secure.
Add some smaller pieces of tape at the top, where the strap meets the end cap. I know this seems iike a lot of tape, but you want to make sure that this strap is very secure.
Add a final piece of tape lengthwise on the strap.
Finally, wrap a large piece of tape around the strap securing all of the pieces and covering any seams.
I like to wrap a piece of embellishment tape around the edge of the bag body for decoration and extra strength. Measure a piece of tape that is equal to the circumference of your circle. Cut that in half lengthwise.
Wrap that piece around both edges of the bag body.
Use the duct tape sticker we created in Part 1 to cover the end of the bag. This seals in all of the tape and gives the bag a nice clean look.