Make Your Own Felted Wool Beaded Garland

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I've been eyeing those wooden bead garlands
but you know as a DIYer I couldn't actually pay for one. 

Make Your Own Felted Wool Beaded Garland


Every time I walked past this bowl of felted wool garland leftover from my holiday decorations, I thought it looked just like those wooden bead garlands with the jute tassels.

Hmm I had an idea!


DIY Felted Wool Beaded Garland

I made a couple of jute tassels by wrapping the jute around a card and tying it off. I cut the end then tied one to the end of my felted holiday garland. 

DIY Felted Wool Beaded Garland with jute tassels

I cut the garland into 3 pieces the same length. While I'm at it... why not make 3 and sell them right? 

I easily added a tassel to the end of each of the 3 sections by attaching them to the original string that went through the center. 

Make your own Felted Wool Beaded Garland with jute tassels

This worked and the felted one is even cooler than the wooden beads! I'm so happy with the results, I just love felted wool!

Interested in the sentimental story about the painting in the background? You can go {here} to read all about it. 

Create a Felted Wool Beaded Garland with jute tassels

There is one garland left in my Etsy Shop with free shipping! Don't wait!

Create a DIY Felted Wool Beaded Garland with jute tassels

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