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Desk Divider Back to School Craft

Desk Divider Back to School Craft
Desk Divider Back to School Craft
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As the school year approaches, your kids are probably mourning the end of their summer, but you can cheer them up with these amazing Desk Divider Back to School Craft. It will prepare them for school this year and keep them busy instead of moping. Make completely out of Duck Brand duct tape, there are so many colors and patterns that the kids can use to style and personalize their desks or lockers for the school year. This duct tape craft for kids takes no time at all to complete, and they'll love having this one-of-a-kind desk organizer at school in their lockers or at home in their desk drawers.Duct tape has infinite possibilities so get creative this fall by making school supplies Duck Brand duct tape. The kids will be eager to start school once they know they'll start off the year in style.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsMixed Media

Primary TechniqueMixed Media


HolidayBack to School

Age GroupPre-Teens, Teens

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Duck Tape
  • Scissors
  • Crafting Board

Desk Divider Back to School Craft


  1. Make a Duck Tape fabric that is 6 in. long and 4 in. wide. 

  2. Make 2 Duck Tape fabrics that are 6 in. long and 2 in. wide and 2 more pieces of fabric that are 4 in. long and 2 in. wide.

  3. Lay down the side pieces on the edges of the bottom pieces and use pieces of tape to attach them. 

  4. Fold up the side pieces and use squares of Duck Tape® to secure the edges. This will make your box. 

  5. Tape a double sided strip of Duck Tape to make your first divider.

  6. Repeat step 5 to make as many dividers as you want. 

  7. Add strips of tape to the top of your dividers.

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I really like the idea, but it looks a bit flimsy without a stronger foundation. I'd probably use some cardboard as the base or a shoe box or something to make the edges and corners more defined. I still love this idea though!


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