Using a few beads, feathers, and a few other items you can make a neat dreamcatcher. Dreamcatchers have been around for hundreds of years in almost every country catching bad dreams and keeping them away from people while they sleep.
There are many different styles of them but they all have some feathers and a hoop of some sort.
Here’s a great way to make a dreamcatcher using a few simple materials. And it looks great. It comes from FebruarySkyDesigns where you can read about how to make it.
Make this dreamcatcher with shells and feathers
When I was a wee child I had a dreamcatcher over my bed. It was purple and turquoise, brought to me from New Mexico and I loved it. Sadly, as the years have passed neither my mother nor I can remember what happened to it. As I was browsing Pinterest recently, I came across this beauty and was inspired to remake my childhood keepsake. So here, folks, is what I did.
If you check out that link, you’ll see that they made the clever decision to use a doily as the center of the dreamcatcher. Of course, I have never been someone who makes things easy for herself, so I decided to learn and execute the traditional woven style, as explained in wonderful detail in this post.
Michael’s was having a huge sale, and I had a stash of beads and an embroidery hoop at my disposal, so I’d say this project cost me about $10, but could get up to $20 if you had to buy all the supplies at once.
Here’s what I used (or, what I planned to use. I did not end up using everything, as you’ll see at the end).
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