DIY Neon Tassels + Happy Weekend

DIY Neon Rope Tassel Necklaces DIY Neon Tassels
Today we are packing our bags for the drive to Disney World. I haven’t had a vacation in eons (and I’m not really sure this counts anyway) but I’m still excited for the warm weather. Because what did we get on the first day of spring? A snow advisory! Crazy times. What are you up to this weekend? Anyone else on spring break? A few quick links for your weekend!

Check out my tutorial for these cute neon tassels over at The Sweetest Occasion. Cyd’s blog is amazing – I love a gal who shares craft fails.

Have you seen the Kate Spade Saturday line? So much black & white goodness. This is probably my favorite thing.

Kiersten put together an excellent spring produce guide that has me super excited about strawberry season.

5 good tips for staying creative – which are helpful when you’re having blogging burnout

I’m always in need of more scarf ideas – and video is helpful for anyone tying challenged like myself.

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Comments

  1. says

    SO adorable..I would wear them right around my neck! So fun:)
    I am loving a few things from the Saturday Collection for sure…
    Disney…SO fun…although I don’t think it counts as a vacay either..you will be exhausted
    when you return. Ha.
    Have fun!
    C

  2. SASmith (@web_shopaholic) says

    I think these colorful tassels will also look good on a headband with gold chains! I am an accessory designer and I can’t find anything wrong or anything to improve on this free-spirited pieces! I learned how to make jewelry by attending classes by Dragonfly Designs (http://www.jewelrybydfly.com)in South San Francisco. They taught me everything I need to learn in jewelry making like copper etching, enameling, stamping and drapping, bead stringing, wire work, resin pendants, finger knitting and hair jewelry!

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