When I was redecorating my room the other week I found an old diy I did years ago. I still loved it a lot but the colors didn’t fit my room anymore, so redid and changed it up a little bit 🙂

Hope you enjoy!!

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// All you need for this easy DIY are scissors, a string or wool and fabric in whatever color you’d like.

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// First you cut the fabric in little stripes. Make sure that if you fold the stripes in half, they will not be too long or too short for your wall.

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// I cut six stripes for every tassel but the number can vary, of course 🙂

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// Now, put the stripes on top of each other and fold them in half. A trick is to do that on your index finger.

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// Cut a piece of your string which is slightly longer than your tassel.

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// Now, tie it around your bundle, so there is a loop through which you can pull a long string. I tied it in a little bow since I thought it looked super cute 🙂

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// In total I made five tassels. I pulled them on a long string and sticked it on the wall, over my bed. Doesn’t it look so cute and adorable?

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