Tassel Garland Pinboard

I've added a little tassel garland (that I made for 2 dollars using this tutorial) to my DIY ribbon and linen pinboard. I'm planning to add a couple of mint and silver tassels as well, but my dollar store didn't have those colors so the hunt continues.
So far my biggest challenge with this pinboard has been actually filling it! Although I'm inspired by so much, I just hate ripping pages out of my magazines...I know it's silly. One day I will commit to really putting together a well styled board, but for now I think this garland does the trick of filling it up nicely!

Today I am praying for Texas, praying for Boston, praying for the whole world.


Alexa said...[Reply]

What a beautiful and feminine pinboard! Did you make the actual pinboard? Or where did you find it?

Anonymous said...[Reply]

This is awesome! I have wanted to make a pinboard for a long time. When I finally get around to it i am going to be using this as inspiration!

Unknown said...[Reply]

This is so cute, I love the pink!

ALLIE NYC said...[Reply]

You did a great job and you seem to be filling it up just fine!

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Brittany [classically b] said...[Reply]

Love it! Definitely going to keep this in mind for a future party :)

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...[Reply]

So bright and cheery. A great inspiration!

Amy @ Five Kinds of Happy said...[Reply]

I LOVE IT! I will be noting that tutorial. I've been gawking at confetti system ones but the price tag is ridic. :)

jackie jade said...[Reply]

the tassels are so pretty! I need something similar in fun colors.

Preciously Me said...[Reply]

Love your pinboard and this garland is so cute!!!
And mint and silver tassels will also be perfect :)

Kristen said...[Reply]

Love these garlands. I have been wanting to give one a try for a while now too.