DIY Boho Dreamcatcher

5 Materials
45 Minutes
This can be used for so much more than room decor! I think it'd be the perfect accessory for a boho birthday party or whimsical bridal shower. The possibilities are truly endless for this guy! What color way would you do? Would you accessorize with florals or something else!? Tell me in the comments below xx.
Gather your materials: whatever material you want to use for the fabric hanging down of your dreamcatcher, hot glue, scissors, faux florals or whatever you want to accessorize with and a circle base. The circle base is from an old sewing circle I had!
I used a lace drape for $2 from my Goodwill and dyed it teal to add a pop of color.
Add a dab of hot glue.
Wrap your circle with your choice of fabric.
Add a dab of glue and close of the circle.
Cut your fabric or ribbon or whatever material you are using into strips - the length is up to you! I did various lengths. Make a slip knot by folding the strip in half, looping it around the circle, pull the two strands through and tighten.
Do this as many times as you want! I added another layer to thicken it up.
Add your choice of accessory to the edge.
Keep going until your heart is happy!
Leave it as is....or do what my Hometalk family on my FB Live this Monday told me to do!
Add lace!
And your are done! Don't forget that I do FB Live's every Monday at 2 PM PST/5 PM EST on Hometalk's Facebook. Don't forget to tune in, like, comment and subscribe to them.
There is another idea for a Boho Nursery Mobile/Chandelier dealio on my YouTube channel that I post new DIY's on every Wednesday. Don't forget to tune into my next Hometalk live this coming Monday at 2 PM PST/5 PM EST! Stop by and say hello on my socials, I'd love to chat! Don't want to DIY it? You can purchase both of these on my Etsy shop!

Suggested materials:

  • Yarn, rope, twice, lace, ribbon - your choice!   (Around the house or a craft store)
  • Hot glue   (Craft store)
  • Scissors   (Around the house)
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  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on May 17, 2017
    @RachelMetz. I thought I was burned out on dream catchers. But recently, you and others have been posting some of the most unusual, most creative and prettiest dream catchers ever. I saw you have a website where you sell your samples and other products. But out of curiosity, how many dream catchers do you have hanging in your home right now?


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  • Alma Alma on Jun 21, 2020

     love this!>

  • Marcia Marcia on Sep 13, 2020

    I love this! I've spent the last 2 years decorating my home with a boho style; it has been so much fun!!!

    I'm SOOOOOOO picky about what I put on my walls and have been looking for a diy for a dream catcher and this is it!!!!!!

    This is awesome!!!!

    Thank you sooo much, I'm headed for Etsy to see more of your work