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Nothing says beach to me like a good ole tote back full of all my summer essentials. Even better is when it's super cute and stylish like this adorable Anthropologie-inspired tassel tote! And speaking of tassels, did you see my tassel pillow cover idea? Click here to take a look.
Embroidery Floss
Woven Tote
Silver Thread
Gold Thread
Sewing Needle
Since the original Anthro tote has tons of colors of tassels, you will want to do the same thing. My mom loves to cross-stitch, so I already have TONS of colors to choose from for this project. You can find this at any craft store.
Basic instructions:
1. Cut colored floss into two 3-inch pieces. (Two pieces that are 3-inches long)
2. Then take the entire bunch of floss and cut it in half.
3. Tie one of your 3-inch strings around the center of one of the halves from the bunch you just cut. When it's folded in half, you can see the beginning of a tassel.
4. Cut about 10-12 inches of gold or silver string and thread it onto a needle. Then wrap it around the top part of the tassel (where the bunch is folded over).
5. After you’ve wrapped it, take the needle and sew it through the wrapped portion about three times, knot the end of the string and cut off the excess.
6. Trim the end of your tassel to your desired length.
7. Grab the string at the top of your tassel, loop it through the weaving of your purse, tie it a couple of times and cut the excess string.
8. Continue until you have all your tassels on your tote.
I am so loving this tassel tote idea so much. What do you think? Feel free to mix up the colors or even to keep it monochromatic. Use more or less tassels, according to your preference. Make it cute and have some fun with this DIY. If you love tassels a lot, you should see this tutorial on making tassels that are HUGE! Enjoy!
How did you catch that @marshalledgar? Thank you! <3 I meant $30. It's been updated. YTB!
oops! @daniachicago are these both $148? Main picture has same price for both totes. FYI ;)
You changed that quick! Good job. It's a nice card. I like to peek in on the DIY community to see what cool stuff is going on in here. A lot of cool cards. @daniachicago