DIY Tape Luggage

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Whattya need?

  • X-Acto knife or sharp utility knife
  • Drill
  • Colored tape (we used duct tape)
  • Any hard luggage piece (resale or vintage stores are great places to find these)

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How do I make the tape luggage?

Step 1:  Cut tape into strips.

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Step 2:  Apply pieces of tape to luggage, overlapping and alternating colors.

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Step 3:  Trim tape around handles, opening and any other details on the luggage, such as locks or name plates.

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Created by Dane Holweger

  • http://www.maxwellscottbags.com/travel/leather-luggage.html Hannah

    I’m suprised at well the tape luggage turned out! Seems a little daunting to me, especially on leather luggage. But a nice, creative idea for any piece of luggage you don’t use anymore!