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May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

April 27, 2019
May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

I have a very dear friend named Anke, who is also such a real crafting talent. Although sometimes I really wonder, when this makes all this by the way. This month Anke has conjured up a DIY series with the topic Post-It for my blog! THANKS ANKE !!!

Soon there will also be a small interview with her, in which I introduce you under the heading: Do-it-yourself in person. So now I hope you like the stuff as much as I do!?! It starts with a tassel, which you can use wonderfully as a decoration. Or hang on a gift or even decorate the Easter brunch table with it. So common let’s do the tassel!

You need this:

May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

How we did it:

May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

Cut off a 40 cm long piece of wool and lay it twice. There is also a 20 cm long piece of sequin ribbon. Place both in a 5 cm x 3 cm piece of thin cardboard, so that the sequin cord looks out only on one side and the kink in the wool on the other side. Attach both with Tesafilm and roll the cardboard around it. Also fix with Tesa.

May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

Cut into a post-it from one side to just before the adhesive edge strip. The same with a piece of cardboard about 8 cm x 5 cm long. Glue the post-it on the cardboard and glue the prepared roll with the tapes with a piece of tesa on the left side of the cardboard. Roll everything together with Tesa. At the top of the tassel lay a small 1.5 cm wide cardboard ring as a finishing touch and glue it on.

FINISHED!!! It is especially nice when you decorate several tassels together. Have fun when tinkering!

PS I am still working on my topic for this month, do not be angry that I did not start the new series as promised on Friday …

Short summary in english:

This is a tutorial for a tassel made of post-it sheets, lightweight cardboard and various ribbons. First you have to make a small tube with the ribbons inside, then cut a Post-It and a 8cmx 5cm piece of cardboard several times from bottom to near top. Stick the post on the cardboard and fix the first roll on the top left of the cardboard. Roll all together to adjust 1.5cm around the top. That’s it you’ve done the tassel!

May I introduce: Anke! Madame do-it-yourself in person in March

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