Use paint cans and duct tape to create colorful party gifts for guests to take home.
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Cut shelf liner into 4-1/2" x 14" rectangles to fit around paint cans. Leave the sticky backing on; the duct tape will hold it in place.
Unroll a 14" length of duct tape onto a cutting mat. Using a utility knife and ruler, cut duct tape into various widths. (We mixed two colors per can.)
Apply different widths of strips and colors to cans in patterns you like. Wrap the tape around the can as evenly as you can, trying to keep lines parallel.
For the tags, cut a 5" strip of duct tape. Fold in half along the short side, sticky sides together, to create a 2.5" tag. Snip corners at an angle. Add a small rectangle of shelf liner -- the rectangle should be large enough for a name. Remove the backing and stick the shelf liner to one side of the duct-tape tag. Use a Sharpie to write a name on the contact paper. Punch a hole at top and tie around the can with twine.