Diy Dreamcatcher







  • twine
  • feathers
  • beads
  • wire
  • embroidery hoop
  • embroidery floss
  • hot glue gun
  • doily 


I began by wrapping the twine around the embroidery hoop and hot glueing it in different places to make sure it didn’t unravel. I found it easier to wrap the entire ball of twine around the hoop instead of unraveling the twine first.IMG_5811

Next, I attached my doily using the embroidery floss.
IMG_5812To add a little bit of spice to the doily I wove in some embroidery floss. Yay color! Tape around the edge of the floss to create a makeshift needle.



I added twine to the bottom using the knot seen below.


Add in beads, feathers, twine, braided embroidery floss, anything you want! I used wire to add the small beads and I attached the feathers with a combo of wire and hot glue-putting beads at the top of the feathers to add support and to hide the glue.



The whole project took about 5 hours to complete. I’m adding mine to my bohemian style college apartment room!

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