Bohemian Rope Tassels

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Last week I made some cute {Anthropologie Hack} Key Chain Tassels to accent my purses. As I was making them, I needed a natural looking tassel for a satchel that I am up-doing, Boho Tassel & Fringe Purse. I got out some of the rope I used for my Anthro Inspired DIY Rope Bracelets and some jute rope I had left over from my DIY Rope Lantern Vases. The rope accent made the tassels a perfect natural look and just fabulous!! I love them, they can be clipped around the house to almost anything to add that extra bohemian look. Here’s how I made them~

Bohemian Rope Tassels

Supplies:

  • 1 big clasp ~found at Home Depot, spray painted with gold paint UPDATE: You can now find large clasps at craft stores.
  • 1 lobster clasp and a jump ring
  • Cotton cording for upholstery
  • Jute rope
  • Bead Landing Natural Hemp Cord
  • Various beads
  • Utility scissors 
  • Wide tooth comb

Instructions:

For complete detailed instructions on how to make a tassel, see my previous tutorial on Anthropologie Inspired Key Chain Tassels.

DIY rope tassel

Tie jute for tassel keychain #anthrohack

Comb out rope for tassel

Boho Rope Tassel #Anthrohack

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6 thoughts on “Bohemian Rope Tassels

  1. Great idea! I automatically associate a tassel with a bag or zipper but it would be great as an accent on just about anything. Love it! Thanks for sharing with Creative Spark Link Party. I hope you join us again tomorrow.
    Glenna @ My Paper Craze

  2. Clever idea, Kim. They make the perfect adornment for smaller items. I make decorative tassels for home decor using salt and pepper shakers as tops. I want to give these a try for other uses. Thanks for the tutorial.

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