DIY Tassel Bunting with Lace Accents

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Tissue paper is such an inexpensive and effective way to create so many different party decorations. This type of tassel bunting has been seen all over the place, but I made them a little different than others by using some lacey trim to secure and wrap the tops. You could use coordinating ribbon, yarn, or cute string also. Here’s my easy version and tutorial!

What You Need
Tissue Paper
Yarn/String
Lace Trim/Ribbon/Pretty String
Glue/Glue Gun

First, you are going to take a section of your tissue paper (I folded mine in half, and then cut it down the middle, you don’t need a ton of paper for each tassel.) Cut it fringe style, leaving a bit at the top uncut.
Tissue paper tassel tutorial

Next, separate your layers of tissue, one at a time, lay out flat, and gently roll it up the middle.
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Once rolled, take your tassel, and twist the center.
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Alright, you’re almost there. Take your string that you are using to attach your tassels on, fold over your twisted tassel (I apply a dollop of glue, just to keep it secure) Then take your lacey trim (or whatever you’re using). Lightly glue it to the back of your tassel, wrap tightly and secure again on the back.
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Rinse, lather, repeat. Just kidding, just repeat and You’re done! Couldn’t be easier! I hope this helps someone make something awesome! I would LOVE to hear from you! Comments are so lovely!
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