DIY Tassel Keychain
This is a great way to use scrap ribbons to create an amazing and useful trendy DIY Tassel Keychain.
It is always awesome to find ways to use those short pieces of beautiful ribbon and trim leftover from other sewing and DIY projects. This tutorial is the best because it can be done with torn scraps of fabric, cord and yarn too. The more pieces of these things that get added, the thicker and more fun the project will be!
Materials and Supplies Needed
- Ribbon, Trim, Fabric, Cord, Etc. (18 inches long)
- Jewelry Wire
- Key Chain Ring and Swivel Clasp
- Tassel Cap
Directions for DIY Tassel Keychain
Start by lining the ribbons and trims up. Cut them all to be the same length – approximately 18 inches.
Wrap a 10 inch piece of jewelry wire around the center of all of the pieces and twist it.
Feed both ends of the wire through the tassel cap. Pull the tassel cap down tightly over the clump of ribbon.
Twist the wire until it is thick enough that it holds the cap in place.
Add a bead through both pieces of wire and a keyring through just one then twist the wire around the ring and back into the bead to secure. If necessary, cut off any extra wire.
Add the swivel clasp by feeding it through the keyring like a key to complete the DIY Tassel Keyring project. This is the perfect keyring to use for our mailbox key and pool fob. It is bright and cheerful so looks great hanging up for all to use.
Too busy to make this right away?! Pin it for later! Pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
I would really love to hear what you think about this DIY Tassel Keychain! If you try it out, I would sure like to see it! Share on Instagram, Facebook, or leave a comment/photo on the project pin on Pinterest!
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