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DIY Decoorative Tassle Bead

DIY Decorative Bead Tassels
Hey Everyerone!
I'm back again with an easy and almost free DIY..

Today, I have a Decorative Beaded Tassel

All you need is old beads you have and some Dollar Tree Jute Twine.

Take apart the necklace and string them on the jute twine. I put a little piece of tape at the end to make the bead slide on easier.

Now, for the tassle.. Take a card or something rectangle and make circle the twine on the card.
when the tassle is large enough, cut the twine. Like below..

Loop the twine around inside and tie off top of tassle.

Like this..

Pull twine off cardboard and tie off top.

Make loop around the upper part of  tassle and cut bottom. There's your tassle.

Make sure you leave enough twine to connect with beads.

And there you have it. I know it's not much but it's the little things that bring it all together.

Here's how it actually looks on my "free" table.  My husband and I bought and old van and the table was left in the van. We asked …

DIY Popsicle Wall Art

Happy New Year to you all. I know it's a little late but it's better late than never. How is everyone?  The family and I are great, Thuraya is now one year old. Could you beleive how time flies, OMG!! She's walking, trying to talking and turning our lives absolutely up-side-down. She's a little firecracker and runs the whole house. We wouldn't have it any other way.
Today, we're doing something soo easy, a kid can do it.  Seriously, my 10 year old actually made one for her room as well.  I needed something to unique to dress up 2 long walls that are located on the side of my windows. Then I ran into this YouTuber call Treshaja. 
Her channel is below:
She's so inspirational and does wonderful DIY's. I had to make this easy project even if I didn't use it but I did.. 

Supplies: Large Popsicle Sticks Hot Glue Gun Glue Stick Paint Something to stick it on the wall. I used clear thumb tacks.

Step 1: Hot glue 4 popsicle…