DIY Tassel Mobile


image source: lily glass
picture origin: lily glass

As of late, once we have visitors over to our property, no matter whether they’re new or recognizable faces, inside 3-5 minutes of their birth they’re enticed in my 3-year-old’s bedroom to get a quick fire series and tell of each toy, stuffed animal, dress up outfit, and many proudly, her fresh largelarge girl mattress.  

The brand new mattress intended a tiny re-arranging and abandoned the corner of her room looking bare. I seen this wonderful fringe trim within my very first trip to the Los Angeles fashion district, however because I can not sew, regrettably left it on the shelf until I’d only the correct job. And viola. Now I am fighting the temptation to fringe everything. Pillows, clothing, the sofa, the bathroom. It is serious, you men. Perhaps in my past life I was a flapper?!

This bit adds a lively fluidity into the space and functions as a step-up, if you will, by a baby phone (though I am sure a tiny babe would find among them just as beautiful within her  mattress).  

DIY Tassel Mobile

Provides

  • 2 meters squared trim (mine was 8 inches extended; you can utilize any period, but it is going to impact the height of the end bit)
  • hot glue gun and glue
  • 3  golden craft rings (that I bought a 10-, 8-, and also 4-inch ring in Joann)
  • Fishing line
  • Scissors
  • Ceiling hook

Instructions

  1. The trickiest part is gluing the first bit of trimming. I found it easiest to put the fringe level on a desk, use about 2 inches of hot glue to the surface, and then hold the golden ring vertical to the desk, pressing onto the trim. Duplicate in 2-inch increments, cautious to evenly stick the substance into the ring. Continue until the whole ring is coated and replicate with two smaller rings.  

    Image source: Lily Glass
    Picture resource: Lily Glass

  2. Decide how large you’d love to hang the item and cut three pieces of fishing line based on this dimension, and 3 inches. Secure each end of the fishing line into the most significant ring using a double knot (and fortify with hot glue, if you prefer), spacing evenly round the ring.
  3. Collect the 3 strings in the very top and tie together approximately 3 inches at the end of these lines. Knot another time, leaving a loop at the top to hang.

    Image source: Lily Glass
    Picture resource: Lily Glass

  4. I went forward and hung the huge circle to then determine how low I wished to hang circle three and two. Step three pieces of fishing line in the space between circles, and 3 inches added to knotting. Secure each end of the fishing line into the most significant ring using a double knot (and fortify with hot glue, if you prefer), spacing evenly round the ring. It may be beneficial to have another set of hands here in order to hold the next line and be sure that the circle is suspended equally. These lines are then going to be tied under to the next ring.
  5. Repeat this procedure with the next and smallest circle before all three are hanging equally. Ta-da! Hang proudly.

Good luck resisting the fringe obsession!


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DIY Tassel Mobile