Hi everyone :-)
Here is a requested shabby chic tassel tutorial. Will first show how to make a regular tassel and then a large shabby chic tassel with lace crystals and pearls.
This is a great way to use up some lace, seam binding and ribbons. Hope you can use this idea and make one for your self from your left overs :-)
The tassels seen from the other side
This is a regular tassel that I show how to make in the beginning of the video.
Then I show how to make a this shabby chic tassel with laces, seam binding,crystals,beads and more.
Seen from the other side.
Also made an other one with some beads on top for the hanging.
Seen from the other side
This tassels can be used for many different things such as curtain holders, pillow decorations or just as decor by it self.
These where fo fun to make so I had to make one more :-)
Painted a cameo and added Diamond stickles from Ranger. Used a cameo applique from Annie`s shop.
Thread some beads and half pearls on the hanging seam binding.
On the sides I glued down a couple of Rhinestone leaf trim from One little dreamer and in the center a acrylic flower on a cameo applique from Annie`s Etsy shop.
Here is the link to Annie`s Etsy shop where you can find some beautiful trims, laces and accessories,
Here is the link to One little dreamers shop,
The butterflies are from WOC,
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,
Hope this was helpful and that you will give it a try :-)
Anne these are stunning!!! I really APPRECIATE you so much. I have learned so much from you and your wonderful tutorials. I would not have been able to create anything like this without your directions and videos. So thank you for all that you do! Do you happen to have the store link for where you got that beautiful flower? You mentioned it was an etsy store? Could you send that link to me? Thanks!ReplyDelete
LOVE your creations Anne,I would love the link for the etsy store please, hugs Georgina xReplyDelete
Thank you so much sweet ladies! The link is posed on my blog now and you can also find it in the description box under the video. Have fun creating :-)ReplyDelete
Anne, you are a treasure for posting such lovely videos.I can't wait to make some tassels!! I love collecting lace, but would never know how to use it like you do!Thank you so much!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful tassle!! Thank you so much for sharing this great tutorial with us all :) hugs and smiles, LindaReplyDelete
Found you from Pinterest. Lovely tassel, great tutorial. One question: I couldn't understand what you called the bow-maker used for the bows front and back. Would love to know what it was. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Just found your tutorial Anne and I have to say how beautiful this lace tassel is. I hope to try this out and hopefully it will come close to being as beautiful as yours!ReplyDelete