Make your own Dreamcatchers

August 13, 2013

This past weekend my sister and I sat down to make dreamcatchers. It’s a project that both of us have wanted to do for the past few years, and I’m so happy we finally got the chance to do it together. We had so much fun! (I think we’re both a little bit obsessed now and I’m trying to convince my sister to start up a little shop to sell them!)

We’re currently staying in our family beach house on Bainbridge Island, so we were able to search the beach for treasures to decorate the dreamcatchers. We then went to the little bead store on the island and picked up some pretty beads, strings and ribbons. I really love how they turned out and I thought I would share how we made them:

Here’s what you’ll need:

And here are the basic steps:

And that’s it! I’ve added lots of photos in case my instructions aren’t clear – so hopefully you can get a good sense of the steps as well as some inspiration for ways to decorate your dreamcatcher. If you have any questions, just ask in the comment section below!

xx Courtney


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Lisa
August 13, 2013

love them – well done sisters…..i would like to tackle this some day…how lovely to make them on a summers day….they look great – yep sister sell them in a shop – i would buy one!


August 16, 2013

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Alexandra
April 17, 2014

Looking for a good DIY dreamcatcher guide and found this blog.Thanks for the ideas! By the way, I grew up on Bainbridge Island so I have lots of beach treasures too!


August 17, 2015

[…] hung it up on the wall behind our bed. Such perfect decoration for our beach house (along with the dreamcatchers we made a couple years […]


September 6, 2015

I love making dream catchers with my three children, we are getting pretty good at it now and have made a few with sari silk ribbons too. http://www.kippersandcurtains.com/#!Make-DIY-dreamcatcher/c1a1n/554721a70cf2adc1ad0a00b1

I really love this blog – such a great inspiration.

Sarah


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