Got this beautiful dreamcatcher from my parents :)! I don’t think I’ll make one myself anymore. 3 months ago
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I’ve always loved dreamcatchers, & I’ve always wanted to make one. Today I had some free time, so I went to Michaels & bought the stuff to make one! It was a little time-consuming, but actually pretty easy! Very fun & I hope it will do its job :) 11 months ago
you can do it in this way :
http://www.nativetech.org/dreamcat/dreminst.html 18 months ago
today i bought everything i need for it :D
and i need just a branch :D 18 months ago
How I did it: I looked on some websites and based my idea on a few different ones...
I bought a metal ring (I couldn't find the vine they talked about - but will try and find it for the next one I make) and I also bought the string, the feathers (I will use ones I find next time too) and the leather I used for the edging.
I found the shells on the beach, and used beads I had at home.
I started by weaving the web pattern first (using the website below) and then wound the leather twine around the edges. I then tied the feathers on, threading the shells and beads as I went... Read how I did it… 18 months ago
bought the material needed and started this. almost done… :D i’ll post pictures when I’m finished!
me and mittens decided to go to hobby lobby for more stuffs!
i’m adding more hoops to my dream catcher (it will be done tomorrow night)
and i’m making a big earring dreamcatcher :D
he said he’s making me a belt so who knows ;) 23 months ago