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DIY :: Fringe Tassel Garland

March 7th, 2012

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It’s been almost two years since the team at CONFETTISYSTEM first wowed us with their dazzling creations, and since then their work has continued to be nothing short of magnificent. Though it’s always inspiring, I have to admit that I’ve been plain chicken to try my hand at crafting anything suggestive of their genius. Fatefully, the lovely Jennifer King from If I Must Say So (remember how awesome she is?) came riding in on a white horse, armed with a tutorial to create the amazing fringe tassels pictured above. If you’re anything like me, the mere thought of having these garlands hanging in your pad is too exciting for words… so let’s get started, shall we? Take it away, Jennifer…

I constantly find myself swooning over the movement and colors found in CONFETTISYSTEM garlands. But you don’t have to hold out for a wedding or party to make a few tassel garlands of your own! I have one hung in my office space, and I love the way it brings the room to life. Keep reading for the simple step-by-step, and make sure you have plenty of tissue paper on hand for a bold look! 

diy tassel garland fringe confettisystems metallic tissue paper

diy tassel garland fringe confettisystems metallic tissue paper

  • tissue paper sheets
  • tacky glue
  • ruler
  • cutting mat
  • scissors
  • rotary cutter
  • rope trim

  1. Separate like colors of tissue paper, and fold each sheet over one time.
  2. Lay folded sheets on cutting mat with folded edge on top, and use ruler and rotary cutter to cut 1/2-inch wide strips.
  3. Stack strips of one sheet of tissue paper. Starting with center of stack, twist strips inward. Keep twisting gently until you have about 4 to 5 inches of twisted tissue in the center.
  4. Fold twisted center over rope, and twist tissue ends until you have 4 or 5 tight twists.
  5. Put glue on last twist of tissue paper and allow to dry completely.
  6. Fluff or separate each individual hanging strip to create a full look for each tassel.
  7. Use scissors to trim tassels to desired length and create a straight bottom.
  8. Repeat with different colors and textures. Cut tassels to different lengths, and use a variety of rope trim to achieve a layered look.

 *instructions adapted from Green Wedding Shoes

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  1. I LOVE it!!! Thanks for sharing, I have been wanting to make some of these little beauties!! Now I know how!

  2. Ahh, I love these! Thanks for the tutorial, I’ve been wanting one of these for awhile now. Love your site!

  3. Hooray!! I love the confetti system so much, and I have been wanting to make one for my office for a while now. Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. Oh my goodness – this is too good! Thank you for sharing!!

  5. LOVE how these turned out Camille!! So so pretty. Still want to make some for my office 🙂

  6. Mariana says:

    Simple and beautiful. LoOove it!

  7. GawgusThings says:

    My sister and I have made something similar to this for my Mum’s birthday 🙂
    Emma x

  8. Michelle Sereno says:

    such an awesome way to amp up a space!

  9. Lindsey says:

    They look so easy to make! I’ll definitely have to do this as a fun DIY party decoration! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Clare says:

    The Green Wedding Shoes tutorial is totally wonderful (as is yours!), I used it for my sisters 21st and the garlands were so festive! We now have keep them hung in our bedrooms – I love that they can be incorporated into everyday life!!

  11. Thanks for sharing, love it, it’s such a fun DIY 😉

  12. Leigh says:

    Yay! So excited to find this! I want to make a simple strand for my bedroom!
    Love your blog!!!

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