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Once you've securely wrapped the end of your tassel, you can glue the end of the tread in place using super glue or craft glue. If your piece of thread is longer you can also secure by threading it through the wrapping and knotting off the end.
Here is a pic of the mussel shell and tassel.
Very cool project. I was inspired to make some tassels with silk thread and added them to a muscle shell. All other beads were too loud hanging the shell. Thanks for the technique and great pic!
love your hair by the way <br>
How easy is that!! Great instructable!
Thanks so much! If you give it a try, we'd love to see your work!
So cute and simple :)

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