MY DIY | Beaded Tassel Jewelry









As soon as the weather starts getting warmer the bracelet making begins! My wardrobe for the last couple weeks has solely consisted of the colors black & white, so this is my first attempting at introducing a little color into the mix. I was stoked to see that layering jewelry and added tassels is still on trend in the world of fashion… I started making a couple bracelets, and ended up with a bunch (first come, first server, friends!) plus a few necklaces. Steps and supplies after the break…

All the details: Make you own triangle wire bracelet here, get the kit for DIY triangle jewelry dish here.   Bar bracelet from Lizzibeth


What you need: 
Color seed beads
Gold seed beads
Metallic embroidery floss
Lobster Clasps
Jump Rings
Jewelry pliers

What to do:
Cut a piece of monofilament line a yard long and fold in half. Thread on a jumpring and and tie a knot in the bend on the line.
Thread the other sides of the line through a needle and start adding beads in your desired order.
When you reach the end, take off the needle and tie on the lobster clasp. Triple knot and cut off the ends
Now, make your tassels by wrapping the metallic embroidery floss around two of your fingers
Pull off your fingers and put your jumpring through the middle of the string loops, the close the jumpring.
Wrap a piece of string just below the large jumpring and double knot.
Cut the bottom of the loops to make the tassel.
Trim the bottom so ends are even.
Add to your beaded bracelet. Done!





  1. nuriel says:

    wow . these looks beautiful ! definitely gonna try to make these!

  2. chloe says:

    This is cool!!! I am going to post another Diy soon so cheak out my blog , subscribe and share.

    Lots of love

  3. chic girl says:

    These are so gorgeous. Going to try making these over the weekend 😉

  4. Rae says:

    What a fun and colorful DIY – perfect for spring! Thanks for sharing this one!

    Rae | love from berlin

  5. Raquel says:

    I think I am going to try. Lovely colors combination. It seems so easy…

  6. Isabella says:

    Nice diy! I love how the bracelets turned out 🙂

  7. Patricia says:

    Hello dear,

    that is a wonderful bracelet!
    It’s simple, not boring and with such a sweet detail!
    A very charming idea!

    On my blog you’ll find some DIY, maybe there is something you like:

    best, patricia

  8. Rose says:

    omg I love! was looking for a tassel project and this is perfect!

  9. Noma says:

    What a great way to add a pop of colour! Awesome DIY 🙂

  10. Molly says:

    I have to make some of my own this weekend!! I <3 tassels!

    1. Jenni says:

      Riiiiight! I am going to make an armful!

  11. Gouu says:

    these look so cute ! they make a great transition from winter to spring . xoxo

    1. Jenni says:

      Thaaaaaaaanks! xx j

  12. AH! I love these types of jewelry! They are really, really cute!

  13. Woooowwwww! it’s wonderful!!!!.

  14. Soo colorfull! I’m really gonna try this out!

  15. chidinma says:

    This is so cool, am definitely going to try it.

  16. Lauren says:

    Love these, the bright colours are awesome and the tassels so cute

  17. So cute 🙂
    Maria V.

  18. The beaded bracelet brings back so many memories. I remember when I was a kid, my friends and I were obsessed with them. Thank you for bringing them back! I knew they were trendy =P

    Juju Sprinkles

    1. Jenni says:

      Yay! Glad you like 🙂

  19. Heidie says:

    These are so cool, love the idea, thanks for the inspiration. Love your blog by the way. Check out my Things I’ve Made page! 🙂 xoxo Heidie

  20. Christina says:

    Do you have any video of that? I’d like tto find out more details.

    1. Jenni says:

      I don’t, but I will put on my list of things to shoot!

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