The tassels were made in three easy steps:
- Using a Fringe Die, or Fringe Scissors, cut a piece of painted paper about 6 inches long. Leave about half of an inch at the top, so you will be able to roll it.
- Tightly roll paper around a toothpick. Remove toothpick and glue end. At this point you can add a decorative strip of paper, or other decoration to tassel top as desired.
- Tie floss or thread through a small decorative button. Glue button to tassel with strong clear adhesive. Let dry completely before handling. And that's it!
By the way...the book shown in the photo was research that my son had published during his undergraduate studies. I have absolutely no idea what it means, but I'm proud of him anyway. :)
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