3 Different Uses for Duct Tape Leaves

I recently made these duct tape leaves for a demo at my favorite art supply shop A.I. Friedman . I used stencils for a maple, oak, and elm tree leaf from A-Z Coloring (they are free). After making a duct tape fabric (see my quick You Tube video on how to make a duct tape fabric), I traced these stencils onto the fabric and cut the leaves out.

What's great about duct tape leaves is that they are re-usable and easy to store. You can write on them with marker or ball point pen. To remove the writing, simply wipe them down with a little oil on a paper towel or cotton rag. Store them in a resealable zip lock bag when not in use.

Here are 3 ways to use these leaves during the holiday season.