Teen Duct Tape Locker Organization Pockets


Teen Duct Tape Locker Organization Pockets

Teen Duct Tape Locker Organization Pockets
Teen Duct Tape Locker Organization Pockets

Decorating your locker growing up is a sort of rite of passage, and with these Teen Duct Tape Locker Organization Pockets your kid can express their personality and stay organized. These locker accessories are a fun and creative way for your child to brighten up those dreary school lockers with functional pockets that can hold anything from their school supplies to their phone. They'll never lose their pens and pencils again with these cool locker decorations that they can put together before the school year begins. Plus, you can use them year after year so you'll never have to buy expensive locker organization pockets again!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


Age GroupPre-Teens, Teens

Materials List

  • Chipboard
  • Solid and patterned duct tape
  • Adhesive gems
  • Extra-strong magnetic strips
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • Duck® Edition Scissors (8")
  • Fingertip Swivel Detail Knife
  • Amplify® Mixed Media Shears (10")
  • Cutting Mat (18" x 24")


  1. To create your locker pockets, begin by covering both sides of a several sheets of chipboard with strips of Duck® tape.

  2. Trim away any extra tape that goes beyond the edges with your Fiskars® Duck® Edition Scissors.

  3. Use your Fuse Creativity System®, the Treat Box die, embossing plates, and the large cutting plate to cut out several “pockets”.  

  4. Trim off the box tops/ box lids with your Fiskars® Duck® Edition Scissors.

  5.  Crease each fold, assemble each box, and glue together the sides using a hot glue gun.

  6. Add bling for embellishment and style.

  7. Cut strips of Duck Tape® and then, using your Fingertip Swivel Detail Knife cut out a few hearts to add to your locker pockets.

  8. Stick lengths of extra-strong adhesive-backed magnetic strips to the top and bottom of each pocket. Or for extra hold, use a hot glue gun to adhere the magnetic strips to the pocket.

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