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DIY Valentine Ruffle Wreath

Make this DIY Valentine ruffle wreath using an unlikely supply: Duck Tape!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Duck Brand provided by ShurTech Brands, LLC. All opinions are 100% mine.

Valentine Ruffle Wreath using Duck Tape
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and I’ve had the itch to make some fun fresh decor for this lovey dovey holiday.

When Duck Brand® sent me a box of fun Valentine-themed tape, I knew I had the supplies I needed to make something fabulous!

With so many color options to choose from, I decided to use as many as possible to create a Valentine ruffle wreath for the perfect Valentine’s Day craft.

Valentine's Day Duck Tape
Valentine Ruffle Wreath Tapes

Duck Brand® has some new Valentine tapes such as the wild hearts and cheetah kisses as well as classic solids in some “sweet” colors.  

And that silver?

That is not your standard silver Duck Tape, my friends.

It is so shiny.

Much shinier than the standard matte Duck Tape.

I love it!

DIY Duck Tape Wreath
Valentine Ruffle Wreath: Making Duck Tape Ruffles

Creating the ruffles for the wreath is a fairly straightforward, if not slightly time consuming, process.

Once you get into the groove it can go pretty quickly.

Take 2 pieces of tape, 4 inches wide.

Place them back to back letting the edges overlap ~1/2 inch.

Fold the tape back over on itself so that the ends meet.

One of the exposed sticky overlapping edges will stick to the top side of the tape, leaving only the 2nd exposed sticky overlapping edge.

This edge will adhere to the wreath form.

Repeat this process with all of the tape colors you will use on the wreath making as many as you need of each.

For my wreath, I used 22 ruffles of pink, red, and silver, 11 of white, and 11 of the heart tape.

how to make a duck tape wreath
Valentine Ruffle Wreath: DIY Wreath Form

Next we need a wreath form.

I used old foam board that had seem better days.

You can also use scrap cardboard.

Either way, you won’t be spending much if anything on this DIY wreath form!

Cut a circle out of your material. Mine is approximately 18″ in diameter.

A box cutter or X-acto knife will cut through foam board very well.

Cut the interior circle out.

Begin taping on the ruffles allowing them to overlap.

It is easiest to start from the inside and work your way out.

Continue layering until you have filled the wreath form.

Valentine's Day Wreath using Duck Tape
Isn’t Valentine Ruffle Wreath fun for Valentine’s Day?

You can’t even tell its tape!

I love the ruffles.

What creative idea do you have that you would make with Duck Brand® tape?

Create it and share it on Pinterest using the hashtag #DuckValentine for us to check out!


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Thursday 12th of February 2015

So creative and not too complicated!

T'onna @ USS Crafty

Sunday 8th of February 2015

Cute & clever! I love the tape with the hearts and the lips and leopard print.

Navy Wifey Peters @ The Submarine Sunday Link Party

Gingi Freeman

Sunday 9th of February 2014

Hello! I saw your linky on Think Pink Sundays at the Flamingo Toes blog, and thought I’d stop by to say hi! LOVE your blog! What a cute idea!

Gingi (Domestic Geek Girl) at


Sunday 9th of February 2014

What a clever idea! Duck Tape has certainly come a long way!btw, found you via Think Pink Sunday linking party!~Vickie

Jelli B.

Saturday 8th of February 2014

Cute! Pinned it even before I realized it was duck tape. How much fun is this?!

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