yarn tassels + a wintery wall hanging
For starters I feel like I just need to put it out there that this is not nearly an original idea. This was inspired by various photos of similar things found via Instagram and Pinterest. It turned into such an enjoyable project that I completed over a week of nap times. Do you tell time in nap times too? Lets be friends.
Anywho, I love yarn crafts because they are easy and supremely cheap. In total this cost around $25 for materials- 4 spools of yarn and twine. I already had the birch branch so that would add a bit more to your total. You can buy your own here!
Lets start with the tassels. There are a lot of great tutorials out there, especially on YouTube if you've never made one before. There are also a couple variations you can do to make them but the end results are the same. You can follow along in photos below.
So now that you have your tassels it's assembly time! I chose to hang with twine since it looks really nice with the birch. The method I chose for hanging was lying the branch on the floor and spacing out the twine accordingly. It was approximately 1 inch between each tassel at the top (except around knots in the branch). Tie around the branch then roll twine down as far as you want your tassels to hang. Keep in mind that some variance in height is ideal as you tie the top of your tassel to the twine.
Once all your tassels are hanging, go back through and clean up any ends that are sticking out where they shouldn't. Hooray! Enjoy!