How to Make Party Tassels
The Big Dot Dudes are ready to help you plan a party no one will soon forget - all without breaking the bank! Watch the video and learn how to make these party tassels or follow the easy directions below. Then enlist some of your friends and family to get crafting and whip up a bunch to use at your next celebration!
Party Tassel Supply List:
Plastic Tablecovers | Ribbon | Tape | Scissors
Super fun - and easy - right? Try making small party tassels out of crepe paper to dress up stir sticks & party favor bags. Or make a cute mini version of the tassel banner and use it as a cake or cupcake topper.
If you would like printable directions like the ones below, click here: How to Make Party Tassels
Cut your tablecovers into 20"x25" rectangles. You should be able to get about 10 tassels of this example size from our plastic table covers which are 54"x108".
Fold your small rectangles over the long ways and cut into strips, starting at the ends and going toward the fold. Be sure to not cut all the way to the end and leave a 2" space before the fold. The strip size can vary depending on your preference, but they should be consistent for each individual tassel to give the best look.
Open your sheet of strips and lay flat. Begin rolling down the center and continue until you reach the end. Shake the ends out to help the strips untangle and lay flat.
Twist the middle and roll around your finger to form a loop.
Tape the ends of the loop with clear tape. If you wish, you can dress it up with some decorative tape now.
String your party tassels onto a ribbon and hang them throughout your party. We show numerous uses of different sized tassels in the video above. Check it out then comment below to let us know how you will use these fun and easy party tassels.
**This tutorial was shared with www.eastcoastcreativeblog.com Creating With The Stars.