Happy Monday! I hope you had a great Valentine’s Day weekend! Today I want to show you how to make your own tassel. You can use yarn like I did for this DIY tassel garland, or any kind of string, twine, etc. Always remember, the thicker your material, the less you will need to get a full looking tassel. If you use a thinner material, you will need to use more of it to get a fuller look.
I hope you enjoyed this little DIY project! Here are a few more DIY projects you might enjoy!
Oh I may just make a few tassels just for fun as yours caught my eye in your red and white display. Very eye catching!! About spring and snow….I live where it looks silly for my two wooden snowflakes to be out ( to help me remember to pray for the very much needed snow in the Sierra Nevada Mtns so CA can get out of our drought. The farmers need snow runoff in the mountains to fill our reservoirs for our system of canals used for farming. Please pray! We have signs of spring and little snow when we usually have some. I'd say since I'm leaving out my snowflakes that you may cheerfully set out the spring decor!! Easter iis just six weeks away. Birds are migrating for the birds are already at my sister's house!! Migrating. And officially after Valentines Day? Comes Spring?I did not resign up and kept getting my posts. I tried to resubscribe but it said I'm subscribed so maybe it moved us over? Also in my state in December I had flu twice and then in January a bug hit that takes forever to get over. People are really sick out here if your west coast comments are slacking. Hope you get warm.
Great tutorial and fun project. Love the red! Ready for Spring soon!
Thanks for sharing. Great tutorial. 🙂 Stay warm.