Clever Fox DIY Backpack


Clever Fox DIY Backpack

Your kids will love getting cleverly crafty this fall with this adorable back to school kids' craft.

Clever Fox Backpack
Clever Fox Backpack

This autumn, your kids can kick boring backpacks to the curb and create their own unique Clever Fox DIY Backpack with this fun duct tape craft. This free kids' craft is the perfect autumn accessory to brighten chilly fall days, is fantastically budget-friendly, and is a great family craft for kids to create with their parents, making it the ultimate triple threat.
Kids can design their backpacks in the shape of the trendiest of woodland creatures, the clever fox, or can have fun experimenting with other animals with this duct tape craft for kids. This back to school craft for kids is a go-to art project for groups of kids, meaning that teachers or troop leaders will love this kids' craft. This fall, your kids can let their imaginations run wild with this fun and charming kids' craft.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



HolidayBack to School

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Duck Tape®
  • Scissors or Craft Knife
  • Ruler
  • Crafting Board


  1. Make a Duck Tape® fabric piece using two Duck Tape® Sheets stuck together sticky side to sticky side.

  2. Make two double sided strips of Duck Tape® that are 10 in. long.

  3. Make a double sided strip that is 8.25 in. long.

  4. Make a double sided fabric using two Duck Tape® Sheets. Cut a piece from your fabric that is 8.25 in. wide and 4.75 in. long.

  5. Assemble your pieces together. Attach both step 1 pieces with the piece from step 3. Take one of your step 1 pieces and attach the strips from step 2 to both sides of it. Then attach your step 4 piece at the top.

  6. Fold up your bag. Step 1 pieces will be the front and back, the step 3 strip will be your bottom, and the strips from step 2 are the sides. Step 4 strip will be your flap. Attach using strips of Duck Tape®.

  7. Make two thinner double sided strips of Duck Tape®, measuring the length you want for your straps.

  8. Attach your strips from step 7 to your bag and fold down your flap.

  9. Make ears using a double sided strip of Duck Tape® and cut out your ear shape.

  10. Add more details to front of your backpack, including eyes and a nose.

What do your kids love creating with Duck Tape®? Let us know below in the comments!

Your Recently Viewed Projects

Leave a Comment


Cancel Reply to Comment

Thanks for your comment. Don't forget to share!


Report Inappropriate Comment

Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.

Thank you for taking the time to improve the content on our site.

Close Window