Making a dream catcher is a fun project for both kids and adults! Take control of those nighttime worries!

Making a dream catcher is a fun project for both kids and adults! Take control of those nighttime worries!

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Making a dream catcher is a fun project for both kids and adults! Take control of those nighttime worries!

How to make your dream catcher

  1. Cut the center out of a paper plates.
  2. Punch 20-25 holes around the edge. Making a dream catcher is a fun project for both kids and adults! Take control of those nighttime worries!
  3. Cut a piece of yarn to 3 or 4 feet.
  4. Wrap a small piece of tape around one end of the yarn to make it easier to thread.
  5. Push the other end through one of the holes on the plate and tie a knot to hold it in place.
  6. Thread the yarn through a hole on the other end and randomly zigzag it to other holes. When you get to the end of the yarn, pull off the tape and tie a knot around the plate.
  7. Add more colors of yarn until the holes are filled.
    *You’ll need three holes at the bottom to attach the yarn with feathers. Either leave three holes empty or punch more.
  8. Add a piece of yarn at the top to hang.
  9. Cut three lengths of yarn- (1) 12-18″ and (2) 8-10″
  10. Choose three feathers and tie one on each piece of yarn from step 9.
  11. Thread beads on above the feathers.
  12. Tie these pieces onto the bottom three holes in the plate. Making a dream catcher is a fun project for both kids and adults! Take control of those nighttime worries!
  13. Hang to catch those bad dreams!

Making a dream catcher is a fun project for both kids and adults! Take control of those nighttime worries!

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This post was originally published at Design Dazzle on June 16, 2017. 

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