I can already tell I’m going to love the new Dollar Spot DIY series every week, so much that I wanted to bring you two for the relaunch including this embellished tassel clutch DIY.  My sister is the one who spotted these felt clutches and after getting one for herself, I of course needed one too.  They are so simple and plain, which is perfect for someone like me who loves to add a little flare to everything!

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole

Dollar Spot: Embellished Tassel Clutch DIY from At Home with Kristyn Cole


Materials

Felt Clutch – Dollar Spot at Target
Tassels – I got these
Sewing String
Scissors
Needle

How To

  1. I used 22 tassels on each clutch, so from the pack of tassels choose 22 colors of your choice for each one
  2. Measure the clutch with the string, add 3 extra inches to the length of the string and cut it from the bobbin.
  3. Starting on either side of the clutch, sew through the clutch and tie a not at the end of the string to secure it on the clutch.
  4. One tassel at a time, sew through the bottom of the clutch and add a tassel.  Repeat this step with all of the tassels and make sure they are evenly spaced out.
  5. After the last tassel is added, tie another knot in the string to secure your tassels to the clutch and cut off any access string.