With a few simple supplies you can create a no sew zippered duct tape pencil bag that fits in a three ring binder! Duct Tape Pencil Bag

Scotch® Duct Tape makes this unique pouch extra useful with a dry erase side! Yes, you heard me right you can now get dry erase tape! So cool.

Duct Tape Dry Erase Pencil Bag

Supplies for Scotch® Duct Tape pencil bag

Scotch® Duct Tape in Hot Pink (or color of your choice) and Chalkboard
Clear Vinyl 8 gauge (10 1/2 inches wide by 19 inches long)
1 – 9 inch zipper
1 – 3/8 inch grommet tool kit

Duck Tape Pencil Pouch Supplies

How to make a Scotch® Duct Tape pencil bag

Cut a piece of vinyl 10 1/2 inches wide by 19 inches long. Clear vinyl can be found at large fabric stores or big box store that sells fabric.

duct tape pencil bag vinyl

Center the zipper right side up along one end of the vinyl. Place one strip of colored duct tape along the top side of the zipper catching the vinyl and zipper. Avoid the zipper teeth.

duct tape pouch zipper

Place another piece of colored duct tape slightly overlapping the edges. Slightly lift the edge of the colored duct tape and place a piece of dry erase tape. Place three more pieces of dry erase tape slightly overlapping the edges. After placing two strips of colored duct tape and four pieces of dry erase tape trim sides to match edge of vinyl.duct tape pencil bag dry erase tape

Cut a strip of colored duct tape in half. To make cutting easier place tape on freezer paper to cut.

tip for cutting duct tape

Fold down the zipper where the two pieces of colored duct tape overlap.  Fold up the opposite end of the vinyl. Lay it next to other side of the zipper. Place the piece of tape that was cut in half on top, securing the zipper to the vinyl.

duct tape pencil bag putting in the zipper

Here is how it should look from the side.

duct tape pencil bag side view

Now place a pieces of duct tape on each side. Place the piece of tape half on the side of the pencil bag.

duct tape pencil bag tutorial tape on sides

Cut a small rectangle out of the corner……..

duct tape pencil bag taping the corners

then fold the tape to the other side.

duct tape pencil bag how to tape sides

In the same way place a piece of tape along the bottom and on the other side. Again cut out the small rectangle before folding to make meat corners.

duct tape pencil bag trimming corners

How to install grommets

Measure over 1 inch from left side and 1/2 inch down from top edge and mark. Place pencil bag next to three ring binder to mark remaining two holes. Make sure all three holes are 1/2 down from top edge.

duct tape pencil bag grommet placement

Following manufacture instructions for grommet tool,  punch a hole at each marking.

duct tape pencil bag punching holes


duct tape pencil bag puched holes

Place grommet through hole.

duct tape pencil bag grommet step 1

Turn bag over and place ring onto the grommet.

duct tape pencil bag grommet step 2

Use grommet tool to bend then grommet over the ring.

duct tape pencil bag grommet step 3

Fasten the pencil bag into a three ring binder. Fill with pens and pencils and don’t forget…

Duct Tape Pencil Bag

to do your homework!

duct tape pencil binder with dry erase side


I am proud to be a 3M- sponsored blogger, and, as part of my responsibilities, I get the opportunity to evaluate products from Scotch® Duct Tape. Opinions are my own and additional product used in the project were selected by me.

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