Just in case there is another Tassel Party over at The Nester, I will be ready.
Plus, the creative juices were flowing and once they start I just can't stop.
I was not really buying this candle stick holder for a topper, I thought it was cute and maybe I could put it in my china cabinet or something.
But the brass had to go.
I got this new spray paint and wanted to try out the color and what better way then to paint something that I did not like the color of.
Two coats and I think it covered it nicely.
Will I have been out
stalking reading about all these tassel makers, I thought I could do that. I was also very attracted to the idea of using burlap.
I just like it.
So here we go.
Started with the painted holder. Don't you love the work station, my dining room table with a blanket so I can watch the kiddos while I work.
I knew that with a topped like this, I would need something fluffy, so I whipped out the ole tulle.
Then cut some burlap and fastened the ends together to form loops.
However I was not to thrilled about the outcome.
So I cut the loops.
Then, added some ribbon.
I gathered another thickness of ribbon, as well as a color I liked and hot glued it into the holder, to form the hanger.
I was going for country cottage meets wedding on a Sunday.