Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Scotch Duct Tape has come a long way from Grey



Scotch Duct Tape when you first think of it what color comes to mind? Grey, Sliver, just basic. Well Scotch Duck Tape has took into note that hey we as the human race use it for almost everything! The makers of Scotch Duck Tape got smart and came out with a huge line of colors and pictures on their already world famous tape.

My kids swing needed some much tlc it had a rip in the center of it so I grabbed a roll of Superman Scotch Duct Tape no more rip and no more ugly swing. I also used it to give me a nicer grip spot because the paint on the chains was coming off when you went to swing.


Since school supplies are a joke I try to recycle as much as I can so I have some old binders which are plain black so I took the Scotch Duct Tape and proceeded to restore one of the boring black binders into a one of a kind piece. Scotch Duct Tape can be used to fix up a old backpack, make a locker your own and so much more.

I love having the fun bright colors in Scotch Duct Tape. You can find Scotch Duct Tape in your paint isle, office supple and craft area of all retail stores. I even had found a roll of UF Gator Scotch Duct Tape which makes for a fun prank on those who don't like the Gators : ) Check out all the millions of choices of Scotch Duct Tape by clicking here.

Scotch Duct Tape is hosting a Back-to-School contest that asks teens to create an original back-to-school craft with duct tape and submit a photo that shows how they’re going back to school in style for a chance to win $1,000. The Tape On Back-to-School contest just launched and lasts until August 18th on the Scotch Facebook page.

Teen Vlogger, Sarai Jones, will be judging the contest and has a created a fun video with locker decorations for inspiration. The contest will include prizes for the top four winners with first place receiving $1000, second place receiving $500 and third and fourth place receiving $250. 

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned in this post to help facilitate my review. All opinions are mine and I was not influenced in any way. Please contact Casey@themeparkmamablog.com with any questions.