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DIY: Tissue Tassel Garland

Tissue tassel garlands have been a huge party decor trend, and now they are moving into the nursery too. They’re fluffy and fun, and they fill a lot of visual space, so they’re perfect for dessert table backdrops or above a changing table. It’s fairly easy to make a tissue tassel garland—it will take a bit of time, but it’s worth the effort!

DIY Tissue Tassel Garland Tutorial

Materials: tissue paper, ribbon, ruler, rotary cutter or scissors

Fold eight to ten sheets of stacked tissue paper in half lengthwise. Cut the paper into 1/4-inch strips. A rotary cutter and a steel ruler will make this infinitely easier to do, but a pair of scissors will do the trick if that’s all you have to work with.

Tissue Tassel Garland Supplies

Take three or four of the cut tissue strip stacks, and bundle them together for a total of 30-40 strips of tissue paper. Start twisting the bundles in the middle until they are firmly held together. Continue to twist the tissue paper until you are able to easily twist it in half and create a loop at the top. Twist a few more times, and this will keep the tassel together.

Tissue Tassels

Flip the tassel upside down, and separate and fluff each of the hanging strips so the tassel fluffs up. Hold up your tassel by the looped end, and trim the bottom so all the strands are even. As a bonus, you’ll have lots of ready-made confetti for your party after this is done!

Tissue Tassels

To make the garland, just string a ribbon through the eye of the tassels and hang!

Tissue Tassel Garland

Tissue Tassel Garland

These garlands are perfect for parties or nursery decor!

DIY Tissue Tassel Garland

When hanging garlands in a nursery, be sure to keep them out of the reach of baby.

DIY Tissue Tassel Garland Tutorial - Project Nursery

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  3. avatar Beth says:

    So glad you enjoyed the tutorial, Gigi. Thanks for your kind words.

  4. avatar Gigi says:

    I love how you cut the strips and not have to roll the paper. What a time saver! Your garland has a very clean appearance, compared to some of the other tutorials I have seen. So happy I found your site and thank you!!

  5. avatar Beth says:

    Congrats, Candy! Enjoy your grandbaby!

  6. avatar Candy Walsh says:

    What great ideas!! I’m helping to give my daughter a baby shower in a little over a month for my first grandchild and I’m in charge of decorations, so this is wonderful!
    Thank you so much!
    It’s a boy, by the way!

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  8. avatar Always Me Clothing says:

    These look great! They also make the perfect holiday decor. Check out our holiday tassel garland tutorial on our blog!

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  10. avatar Rachel Bell says:

    This is so cute! I have been wanting to do this for an upcoming baby shower, love the easy use of tissue paper : )

  11. avatar Paula says:

    Ashley, the number you will be able to make will vary depending on the size of the paper!

  12. avatar Ashley Wentworth says:

    how many tassels do the 8-10 sheets make? thanks so much in advance!

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  14. avatar Beth_PN says:

    So glad you found it helpful!

  15. avatar Lolly Jane says:

    Love the tutorial. Such a gorgeous garland- I’ve always wondered how those were made, lol! Making one this weekend, wish me luck! :)

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