DIY: Tissue Paper Tassel Garland

Oh how I loved making this garland! It’s super easy to make and so pretty up on my wall. I can’t stop staring at it! This glitzy garland is perfect for a New Years party but would work for any kind of party really. And it’s cheap to make too!

Gold Fringe Tablecloth (cut into 10-inch strips)
Tissue paper in pleasing colors
Scotch Tape
Twine, Raffia or small Ribbon

First, cut the tissue paper into strips making fringe, leaving a small space at the top to keep it together. It only takes one sheet folded up to make each tassel.

Next, roll the top of the tissue paper or gold fringe up, making the tassel. Secure with scotch tape.

Wrap the top of the tassel with raffia, twine or other small ribbon and make a loop at the top so you can string it.

Repeat this process til you have as many finished tassels as you would like.
String and hang up. Stare at it. Ooh and ah. Send a picture of it to your mom. Etc.
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  • the cape on the corner

    normally i don’t like this tassle stuff, but yours is so simple and the colors are just right…i don’t know, but this is something i’d hang!

  • Summer

    What a fun idea! Perfect for any party! I will be featuring it on my blog tomorrow!


  • Kaysi @ Keeping it Simple

    This is so much fun, great idea for any holiday or birthday!

  • Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

    I absolutely love this! I just discovered you blog and am now following.

    Have a great day!


  • Janiel

    So cute! I have two little girls with upcoming birthdays and I am for sure going to use this tassel garland! We are on a super tight budget, so this is more than perfect. Thank you!

  • Rachel Kenny

    Just discovered your blog and I love it! I will definitely be making this garland for my next party (or just to decorate my apartment)!

  • Taryn Nicole

    This is super cute and I will have to whip one of these up for my next party! I can’t resist the sparkle!

  • Florenz

    Could you please tell me what kind of paper I should use?