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DIY Dreamcatcher Tutorial - in 10 easy steps you can make whimsical dreamcatcher for your home or to give as a gift! This is super easy to DIY and you can customize it to your liking! I like to hang mine in my bedroom for good luck and to catch bad dreams via www.artsandclassy.com

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5. Thread the yarn through in a triangular pattern. (should be every fourth hole). I actually labeled the numbers on the dreamcatcher for my son so we could slip in a little number recognition. (Tip: Wrap a piece of masking tape around the end of the yarn to make it easier for a child to “weave”.)

Thread the yarn through in a triangular pattern. (should be every fourth hole). I actually labeled the numbers on the dreamcatcher for my son so we could slip in a little number recognition. (Tip: Wrap a piece of masking tape around the end of the yarn

Organic and Casual Thanksgiving Tablescape- the perfect decor for a simple…

Organic and Casual Thanksgiving Tablescape {perfect decor for a simple Friendsgiving dinner party} Use of ruscus for centerpiece greens.

Yellow & Gray Nursery Decor - Baby Footprint Hearts - Baby Wall Art…

Yellow & Gray Nursery Decor - Baby Footprint Hearts - Baby Wall Art - Childrens Art - Personalized Kids Wall Art - Playroom Art by PitterPatterPrint uses your baby's actual footprints! Click through for other color & font combos and to see how it works.