Make your own whimsical dreamcatcher with left over craft supplies!
A little while ago, I was looking at all my supplies and realized that I had a little bit of everything. Like yarn, string, ribbon, beads, feathers.... you get the idea. Then I was trying to think of a craft project where you only needed a little bit of this and a little bit of that. At about that time, I saw a dreamcatcher on etsy and it dawned on me I should make a dreamcatcher.
So today I am going to be showing you how to make a dreamcatcher. This dreamcatcher is really easy to make and is super customizable to fit any style.
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Pull apart your embroidery hoop and set the inner circle to the side (will come back to it later). Now with your other circle apply a small amount of glue to the inner part and press your yarn/ribbon into the glue. Once your glue is dry begin wrapping your hoop with your yarn or ribbon. When you reach the end of your hoop cut off any extra yarn and glue the end to the inside of your hoop.
Now, get your other circle that we put to the side. Lay your doily or lace on top of this circle. Then get your outer circle and place it on top of the inner circle. Make sure you remove the tightening screw at the top of the embroidery hoop before you sandwich the circles together. When your done cut off any extra ''fabric'' on the back.
With the tightening screw removed, feed a piece of string through the holes and tie a knot. This will create a loop so we can hang our dreamcatcher.