The best combination of rustic beauty and stylish luxury, this sensational tassel lampshade has a chandelier vibe to it, but without the garish shimmer … which is why its so popular right now! A gorgeous handmade rustic tassel lampshade, that you can produce yourself with simply a few materials, and a dose of crafty ingenuity!
Ability Level: Easy
You Will Need:
How to Make a DIY Tassel Lampshade:
Wrap your yarn around the card or frame 50 times.
Cut a piece of yarn to approx. 4-5 inches, slip under the covered yarn and tie lightly as above.
Cut the covered yarn, get rid of from card or frame, pull the knotted piece of yarn to the middle and fold in half.
Cut another piece of yarn to approx. 4-5 inches and connect a knot around the top of the tassel about an inch down.
Make around 75-80 of these, depending upon how complete you wish your lampshade to be.
Connect tassels onto the larger flower designers wreath.
Connect tassels onto the smaller flower designers wreath.
Cut four pieces of yarn approx 8 inches in length, and fold in half.
Attach the smaller wreath to bigger wreath using these pieces of yarn, so that it hangs simply under the big wreath.
Open hooks at the other end and connect to the metal ring, and your DIY tassel lampshade is complete! The only thing left to decide, is which room to hang it in … or possibly whether youll be making more than one!
Open the hooks at the end of the chains and hook in four locations on your bigger wreath. Open hooks at the other end and attach to the metal ring, and your DIY tassel lampshade is total! The only thing left to choose, is which room to hang it in … or possibly whether youll be making more than one!
The perfect mix of rustic beauty and classy luxury, this stunning tassel lampshade has a chandelier vibe to it, however without the garish sparkle … which is why its so popular right now! A gorgeous handmade rustic tassel lampshade, that you can develop yourself with just a couple of supplies, and a dosage of crafty resourcefulness! Check out on to find exactly how to make yours.
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