DIY: Budget Friendly Tassel Wall Hanging
Home decor can add up really quickly, can’t it? It’s not something that you go and buy on a whim when you’re trying to pay off debt. But, I was able to make a fun, budget friendly, wall hanging that I absolutely love and can’t wait to share with you.
Guess what? It only cost me a whopping $2 to make two separate wall hangings. I went to Goodwill (which I frequent often) and I picked up two scans of yarn that was donated for $0.99 cents a piece. Me, being the crafting connoisseur that I am, couldn’t let that deal pass me up. So, I pick them up in hopes that I would have a project come along. What do you know? This project did!
Just remember that you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg for home decor. You just need a little bit of creativity, some luck, and a keen eye on future projects you may want to take on.
Here’s what you need:
2 scans of yarn – whatever color you choose
1 stick – I took a stroll outside and found a couple of good ones
Depending on the length of your stick, you’ll cut strands of yarn similar lengths and tie them to the stick. You can be creative in how you want to cut the yarn or tie the yarn. I’ve seen some wall hangings that are woven and that looks pretty cool too!
It just depends on your dedication and commitment to the project. I made two different wall hangings to show you some options you have and I can’t wait to hang these around the house! I think they turned out so cute.
Let me know how your wall hangings turned out in the comments below!