Step by step instructions to MAKE PAPER TASSELS

Hello lovelies! Prepared to make some paper tufts? I adore these things. I can put therm on any blessing box to give it a smidgen more energy. They're super simple to make and we have a layout for you to help speed things along in the event that you require them rapidly. Look at the instructional exercise!

For this DIY, you’ll need:
  • Cardstock
  • Paper Tassel Template (optional)
  • Paper cutting board
  • Scissors
  • Tape or craft glue
  • Ruler
  • Pencil

Will demonstrate to you best practices to make the layout sans preparation; however in the event that you're running low on time, don't hesitate to download the format here. 

Step 1

Draw a level line, the long way, in the focal point of the paper.

Step 2: 

From the edge of the paper and 1/2 inch in, draw a vertical line down. Rehash this progression on the inverse end too

Step 3: 

Look down at your paper, and ensure it's laying on a level plane. Eradicate the little line that begins at the edge and meets the vertical line you just drew.

Step 4: 

Presently cut along every one of your lines. You ought to now have 2 areas. Each segment will end up noticeably one decoration.

Step 5: 

Take one of those segments and start cutting openings that are around 1/8? wide, vertically up from the base. I eyeballed this, however you can draw rules before cutting in the event that you need it exact. I've attracted a rule to stamp how high up I needed to cut. Simply make sure not to cut too far up. Leave around 1/2? from the top. Cut the openings the distance down to the finish of the paper. Rehash this with the other cardstock set pattern.

Step 6: 

Delicately crease down the thin, best piece and tape it safely. In any case, make certain not to wrinkle it. You need it to be a greater amount of "circle" than an "overlay."

Step 7: 

Beginning from the end with the collapsed fold, start moving it around itself to shape the decoration. Make sure to move it firmly and tape it safely toward the end. On the off chance that you don't care for the length of the tuft, cut as much off as you need from the base.

Also, that is it! Style these tufts on a blessing box for a companion or make fun wreath with them for gathering beautifications.

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