DIY Graduation Tassel Quick and Easy (For Under $1)
Learn how to make my quick and easy DIY Graduation Tassel in under a minute and for less than a dollar! It’s graduation season and the accent that is so important for creating graduation party decorations is the graduation tassel! Adding a tassel to any decoration instantly transforms it into a graduation decoration.
These are so easy to create and can be customized in any color. You can make the traditional gold tassel or make it in the school colors. You are not going to believe how cheap and easy they are to make. You only need two materials to make a tassel. The materials can be found at any craft store in any color you want to use.
You can watch the video tutorial showing how to make a tassel with step-by-step instructions or follow the instructions below.
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How to Make a Graduation Tassel Out Of Embroidery Floss
The instructions are for both a traditional sized graduation tassel or two mini tassels.
- Separate the embroidery floss, opening the middle so it is even on both sides.
- Feed the twist ties through the loops of the embroidery floss.
- Fold the twist tie in half so the ends meet.
- Twist the tie so to secure the embroidery floss.
- For the mini tassels, feed twist ties at both ends.
- Twist gold twist ties around the embroidery floss at both ends, about 1/4 inch from the end to make two mini tassels or around one end to make one tassel.
- Cut the embroidery floss in half to create two tassels or cut the sealed loop to create one tassel.