DIY Wood Bead Tassel Decor
Learn how to make this quick and easy painted DIY Wood Bead Tassel. You can make this using some items from the Dollar Tree, your local crafts and even with items from Amazon. Display the tassel bead strand with your home decor items, coffee mugs, and so much more.
I love the views of tiered trays on Instagram!
In fact, one of my favorite things to do sometimes is to just snuggle up and look at the pictures of home decor, tiered trays and farmhouse homes on Instagram. It is like having an amazing personal magazine don’t you think? You can search for any hashtag and find exactly what you want to see and more.
That’s how I feel about it anyway.
And while viewing through Instagram awhile back, I fell in love with the decor trend I started seeing everyone use.
A stand of wood beads with a tassel on the end.
In fact, since I also become a fan of the beloved beaded tassel decor trend I’ve found myself DIYing them to not only match my home’s neutral home decor but also my seasonal decor as well.
And, I don’t think I will stop. I love making these and they are so adorable and easy to make that I am sharing my process with you.
Making Wood Bead Tassel Strands
Wood Beads: Micheals has a great buy on these. Or you can get an assortment of colored ones from the Dollar Tree and repaint them any color you want.
Chalk Paint similar: You can find at Walmart or Dollar Tree now has acrylic paint
Skewers: I found my skinny metal ones at the Dollar Tree but you can find similar linked.
Wood Piece Shapes: These are limited at the Dollar tree but you can find the exact ones on Etsy.
Twine: FInd this at your local craft store or even the Dollar Tree
SVG Cut File for the vinyl lettering on the wood pieces. Find in the Resource Library.
Putting the Wood Bead Garland Together:
Once you have everything, paint your beads and allow time to dry. I waited overnight to let my beads dry before stringing them on to the twine.
Also, you can use any twine or string for this material, but since I love the rustic look of the twine, and the farmhouse look I used twine. It is a little difficult to keep from fraying as you string the beads onto the twine, but I found that if you keep the end of the twine wet it will actually help in stringing the twine.
I created the video below to show you my process for making the tassels on the end of the DIY wood bead garland or wood bead tassel.
Watch below and let me know what you think.
One other thing I want to mention is that you can get the SVG cut file for the Words Love and Home in my resource library.
I really love the way this DIY Wood Bead Tassel Garland turned out. I displayed it on my coffee bar in my home and have a simple all year round one on my tiered tray that sits on my dining table.