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Step 1: 

Rip off a piece of duct tape about 11 inches long.

Step 2: 

Take the skewer and roll the tape around it length-wise. Cover everything but the pointy end.

Step 3: 

Cut five or six pieces of duct tape approximately 6 inches in length or less. Fold each one in half lengthwise.

Step 4: 

Trim any excess so your strips are nice and neat.

Step 5: 

Cut a nice angle at the top of each strip.

Step 6: 

Make 1/8" (or so) cuts in each strip of tape, leaving about a 1/2 inch of tape at the bottom to keep it together. As if you were making a duct tape tassel.

Step 7: 

Line up your duct tape in your pattern of choice (we did longest to shortest) and cut a piece of duct tape a little longer than the width of the strips combined.

Step 8: 

Place your pieces of cut duct tape onto the sticky side of the single long piece.

Step 9: 

Secure the cut pieces onto the long piece.

Step 10: 

Take your skewer and start rolling down the length of the long single piece. Just keep rolling and wrapping it around the skewer. Super simple!

Step 11: 

Put a little pressure on the bottom of the duct tape as you roll for a nice and neat finish.

Step 12: 

Put a small piece of tape around the bottom - where the tape pieces meet the skewer.

Step 13: 

Add an extra strip on duct tape to neaten up the end if you would like. All done! Make a bunch to hand at at your next party or use as a centerpiece.

Age: 
School-age
Tween
Teen
Adult
Basic: 
Holiday
Craft Length: 
5 minutes or less
Difficulty: 
Attention, please! (a few rules to follow)
Duct Tape: 
End of the Roll
Holiday: 
Other
Prep Time: 
5 minutes or less
Supervision: 
1 adult per 10 children
Tips: 

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