Pair of West Michigan Girls Produce Duct Tape Creations for a Cause
You've probably heard that most of life's problems can be solved with either duct tape or WD-40. Well two six-year-old West Michigan girls have turned duct tape into a business, and are donating profits from their backyard-business to a good cause.
Karly Kimber and Sammie Jones of Zeeland began making items such as wallets and hair bows out of duct tape a couple of months ago. They've since expanded their inventory to tings like ties, coin purses, and bracelets. They even take special orders on their Facebook page here.
About half the money they make goes to materials, and the girls are donating the other half - about $25 so far to DeVos Children's Hospital in Grand Rapids. “They’re very hurt. They need a lot of money to fix their owies,” Karly said.