Tassel Christmas Tree Ornament

4 Materials
1 Hour

Okay, this project is honestly so easy, and it's such a great way to incorporate some buffalo check into your holiday decor. I had just a scrap of fabric leftover from other projects, so I figured I'd use it to make some sweet tassel ornaments. Check out how I made them!

First step is to cut the fabric into long strips with some sheers.

Next, fold the strips in half, and loop some yarn around the top fold to secure it tight.

Then use some hot glue to attach the top loop of the tassel to a wooden top piece.

After that, I attached some greens, pinecones, berries, and a bow! You can use whatever you'd like, but that's pretty much it.

It looks so so beautiful hanging up, and I think it adds a lovely farmhouse feel to my holiday decor. Hope you like this idea as well, and maybe even give it a try. If you'd like to see my other buffalo check fabric project, look here! Check out more of I do at Gilbert Marketplace. Happy Holidays!

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