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1  Re: Tri-fold Duct Tape Wallets in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by DelawareWolf on: February 03, 2005 09:03:01 PM
I am NONE TO GOOD  at writing Tutorials but, I  can direct you to one for the duct tape wallets. There wallets are of the bi-fold veritie but if you fold the wallett twice insted of once, you will end up with a tri-folded wallet.  Actuly, you fold the thing in half to make a crease in the center than you fold one end to the center and fold the other side over to have a tri-fold wallet.

Here is the Tutorial

Here are two more wallets I have made except this are the simpler bi-fold wallets.

The silver one is to be encluded in a care package being sent to a friend of mine who is in the Navy stationed in Japan.
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2  duct tape roses in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by DelawareWolf on: January 31, 2005 11:42:07 PM
here are my duct tape roses.

The red, yellow and purple ones, I made to give away and atached a little slip of paper on which is printed the 1'st verse to Bette Midler's song "The Rose". The black rose I made for myself. I was a little bitter about being alone on v-day again 
So, I made myself a black rose.

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3  Re: Postage Stamp Tea Tin in Completed Projects by DelawareWolf on: January 31, 2005 11:25:34 PM
I did it!!!! I did it!!!!!!!!! I searched through my closset to find what was left of my old stamp collection and put to gather a stamp box. I used a tresure chest shaped paper mache box, painted it with acrylic paint, used regular white glue to glue the stamps on than threw on 2 coats of verathane by flecto. And this is what I came up with.

In case your wondering, I used a base coat of antique white paint and used and old toothbrush and some watterdown black paint to add the specs.

I can't wait untill I have more money to get the stuff to make more. I also found a great web site for getting stuff to do these kinds of crafts, it's
This site has all kinds of nifty stuff
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4  Tri-fold Duct Tape Wallets in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by DelawareWolf on: January 31, 2005 11:11:56 PM
Just wanted to show off my tri-fold duct tape wallets. The yellow and black wallet I made to match a jacket that I bought a month ago or so. I keep it in the inside pocted of the jacket with a few bucks and my ID for when I go out to a local bar to sing Karaoke. The other two are going to be put on e-bay for sale by a friend of mine.

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5  Duct Tape "Dog Collar" Choker in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by DelawareWolf on: January 31, 2005 09:56:44 PM

Here is the duct tape /  dog collar style choker I just finished. The picture dosen't show it very well but, there is a metal D-shaped ring in the center with a celtic style cross dangling form it. I got the ring, the buckle snap clasp, and the cross charm from Wal-mart (my fav. store) and I used my bedazzler to add small studs around the peice and larger studs to secure the ends with the clasp.

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