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How To: Assemble Our Tissue Paper Tassel Garlands


Maybe you are not a do-it-yourselfer or just don't have the time to purchase the material and assemble tissue paper tassels.  Our pre-made tassels make it easy for you to create a hanging tissue paper garland.

Tissue paper garlands are a huge party trend and a simple DIY item that will add pizazz to any event.  No matter the celebration garlands can be used for decoration to add color and shine.  Tassels are available in multiple colors so you can choose them to match your theme.  Keep reading to learn how to assemble our semi-DIY tissue paper tassels to create your own garland.

What You Need:
Scissors
Thumbtacks (for hanging)


Choose your tassels picking multiple colors matching your design and theme.  We recommend using two to five colors and adding a little bit of sparkle with our metallic tassels.  Make your banner as long as needed but 20 tassels is our recommended minimum.  Choose a decorative colored cord such as our colored craft baker's twine to hang your tassels from.  With our tassels we make it easy to string each one on to the cord.  If using our metallic tassels we recommend starting with the metallic tassel, stringing one of each color, then another metallic tassel, using it as a divider.  End with a metallic tassel.  Your end result will be a festive, colorful garland.

Once complete, hang on a wall or backdrop above your center of focus using thumbtacks or nails.  If you are showcasing a candy buffet, dessert table or guest(s) of honor, hang your garland as a background prop.  For a personalized touch, add our personalized letter garland.  String these letters in a similar manner and hang it with your tassel garland, with the letters in front.


The end result will be a personalized hanging festive garland.

Jubilee Favors sells colorful sets of tissue paper tassels or you can purchase our Tassel Garland Kit for quick assembly!

Do you have  a creative idea for a festive hanging garland?  Please feel free to share below.


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