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Christmas tree tassels


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Make tassels for your Christmas tree. Discover this simple and easy DIY tutorial. Use gold foil for a sparkling finish.

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You will need:

Difficulty level: .

  • Drying time: 24 hours
  • Time to make: 5 hours
  • Difficulty: medium - age 7 and up with the help of an adult
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Step 1: Preparation of the Tassels

  • Choose Christmas tree tassels of different shapes and sizes.
  • Use a fine brush to carefully apply the glue to the surface of the tassels where you want to add the gold leaf.
  • Gently place the gold leaf over the glued areas.
  • Use the brush to smooth the gold leaf down and make it adhere perfectly.
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Step 2: Pressing and Drying​​​​​​​

  • Press the gold leaf gently down with a dry brush to ensure optimum adhesion.
  • If desired, add decorative ribbon to hang the tassels on the tree.
  • Make sure all layers are completely dry before handling or hanging the tassels.
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Step 3: Hanging on the tree​​​​​​​

  • Once the tassels are dry, hang them carefully on your Christmas tree.

Enjoy your magnificent Christmas tree tassels decorated with a touch of sparkling gold!

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