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Embellished Straw Clutch DIY

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As prosaism as it may sound, the part I appreciate most about making things by hand is not the outcome but instead, the procedure. Finding the correct supplies to effectively make something I've imagined become animated is satisfying – and on occasion, motivating. Fortunately finding a startling part can totally change a venture to improve things. This is the reason I'm so eager to impart today's dispatch of Etsy Studio to you! Etsy Studio is a commercial center exclusively committed to DIY supplies and activities, conveyed to you by our companions at Etsy. This implies a large number of remarkable materials, parts and segments, from everywhere throughout the world, will now be shoppable at one place. At long last!

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Step by step instructions to MAKE PAPER TASSELS

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Hello lovelies! Prepared to make some paper tufts? I adore these things. I can put therm on any blessing box to give it a smidgen more energy. They're super simple to make and we have a layout for you to help speed things along in the event that you require them rapidly. Look at the instructional exercise!


For this DIY, you’ll need: CardstockPaper Tassel Template (optional)Paper cutting boardScissorsTape or craft glueRulerPencil











Will demonstrate to you best practices to make the layout sans preparation; however in the event that you're running low on time, don't hesitate to download the format here. 
Step 1
Draw a level line, the long way, in the focal point of the paper.

Step 2: 
From the edge of the paper and 1/2 inch in, draw a vertical line down. Rehash this progression on the inverse end too



Step 3: 
Look down at your paper, and ensure it's laying on a level plane. Eradicate the little line that begins at the edge and meets the vertical line you just drew.

Step 4: 
Present…

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