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Duct Tape Craft To Dress Your Table

 

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Call us what you like, but the Wolin’s are Sabra junkies. Sabra chumus and salsa are staple items on our weekly grocery list. We actually buy the massive ones in Costco and one tub barely lasts us through the week.

I’m sure that you can relate to the fact that I hate washing dishes. Thank god we have a dishwasher, but I always seem to be washing more then I care to. When company comes of course I prepare a large variety of Sabra salads in my glass dishes, but then the inevitable comes…. washing.

When I was approached to come up with a craft for Sabra for Joy of Kosher, I knew that I wanted to somehow design the container so that it was ready from fridge to table without having to re-dish the salad. After a wonderful pow-wow conversation with Tamar (editor of Joy of Kosher) we both decided on Duct Tape. Duct Tape is a great and versatile craft tape. We decided to showcase it because (1) it would cover the outside of the container so that the packaging was hidden and (2) the slick material of the tape is easily cleaned. You can even reuse the container with multiple use!!

These are so fun and easy to make! Decorate the containers in all their fun patterns and designs!

Supplies

  • Scissors
  • Duct Tape
  • Sabra Salad Containers

Directions

Take the lid off of your container. DO NOT remove the plastic on top.

You’re going to stick the duck tape on all 4 sides separately – one at a time.

Stick your Duck Tape on one side of the container. Flatten it down so there are no bubbles. Cut the left over piece. Repeat on all 4 sides.

And voila! You have a snazzy container to dish out on your holiday table!

As a craft bonus… duct tape a plastic platter and now you have a great plate to sit your sabra salads onto!

Till next time!

Happy Crafting and Chag Samayach!

This post is sponsored by Sabra, all opinions are my own.

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For the past 12 years, Abbey Wolin has been bringing creativity back into the classroom. She has held positions as a regular and special education teacher in various school and Yeshivos around the United States. She is currently the owner and lead designer of Not 2 Shabbey. A company specializing in hand painted glassware and giftware. You can reach Abbey Wolin at shabbey2@gmail.com or by visiting not2shabbey.com

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