Book Review: Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects - Easy to Pick Up, Hard to Put Down by Sophie Maletsky

Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects - Easy to Pick Up, Hard to Put Down by Sophie Maletsky is an easy-to-follow and understand guide to creating duct tape projects. The book includes photographs alongside directions in order to make creating a wallet and making a bag easy while providing a variety of options for making each project truly your own. The instructions each include icons showing difficulty level, project time, and helpful hints; such as how to keep your scissors clean and what to do with the end pieces.
 
Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects is a solid instructional book. The details and photographs are put together to make everything easy to understand and follow. Some of the creations, like the tablet cover and clutch purse were very cute. Like any craft book, some of the ideas are ones that I have seen before, either on Pinterest of floating around on my Facebook feed, but some were new to me. The layout and little icons and hints made me happy, and I think most people interested in crafting with duct tape will enjoy this book and make use of a good number of the projects.

Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects offers readers some great information, tips, and projects for working with duct tape. Avid makers just might want to add this to their home library, while dabblers and those just curious about what others are doing with this one utilitarian item might want to check it out from their local library. 

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