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17 Awesome DIY Dreamcatchers For Decor

traditional dreamcatcher

traditional dreamcatcher (via earlgreyblog)

A dreamcatcher comes from native American cultures, it’s a handmade object based on a willow hoop, on which is woven a loose net or web. Then it’s decorated with sacred items such as feathers and beads. They say that dreamcatchers would filter out all bad dreams and only allow good thoughts to enter our mind, and it’s a cool boho decorative element. The craft is rather easy and you can add elements of the style that you like – beads, feathers, colorful threads or leather straps. You can even turn a doily into a dreamcatcher, it’s so vintage-inspired and romantic! Read more tutorials below and get inspired!

doily dreamcatcher

doily dreamcatcher (via mycalicoskies)

colorful dreamcatcher

colorful dreamcatcher (via shelterness)

neon dreamcatcher

neon dreamcatcher (via thethingsshemakes)

doily and twigs dreamcatcher

doily and twigs dreamcatcher (via allthegoodgirlsgotoheavenblog)

Valentine neon dreamcatcher

Valentine neon dreamcatcher (via shelterness)

crocheted boho dreamcatcher

crocheted boho dreamcatcher (via blog)

floral dreamcatcher

floral dreamcatcher (via insidethelifeofagoddess)

lace dreamcatcher

lace dreamcatcher (via fancypantsweddings)

beads and stars dreamcatcher

beads and stars dreamcatcher (via quietlioncreations)

mini dreamcatcher

mini dreamcatcher (via lexi-bridges)

modern dreamcatcher

modern dreamcatcher (via crafts)

sweet summer dreamcatcher

sweet summer dreamcatcher (via blog)

sisal cord dreamcatcher

sisal cord dreamcatcher (via millionmoments)

dreamcatcher with charms

dreamcatcher with charms (via fraise-basilic)

vintage doily dreamcatcher

vintage doily dreamcatcher (via elisamclaughlin)


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