Dream Catchers are so fascinating that we couldn’t resist making one for ourselves. Dream Catchers are a beautiful Native American tradition that has been around for generations. They are intended to protect people (especially little ones!) from bad dreams while still letting good dreams come through. So let’s make one!
Here are the supplies needed for this craft:
- RoseArt Poster Paint
- RoseArt Paint Brushes
- Paper Plate
- Hole Punch
Take your paper plate and cut a hole through the center, leaving about two inches around the perimeter.
Paint the plate with your RoseArt Poster Paint and allow the paint to dry entirely.
Punch holes around the circle with your hole punch.
Cut a long piece of yarn and begin to weave through the holes, creating a spiderweb.
Once you are done, tie a knot to secure the yarn in place.
Next, punch three holes at the bottom end of your dream catcher. Cut three pieces of yarn and string beads and feathers on the ends.
Tie a knot to secure the beads to the yarn. Attach the feathers by inserting the ends into the beads.
Finally, cut a piece of yarn the length you would like your dream catcher to hang. Punch a hole at the top of the Dream Catcher, thread the yarn through, and knot the ends together.
Now you can hang your dream catcher! Happy dreams to you!