DIY Dreamcatcher Wall Decor

7 Materials
$40
1 Hour
Easy

Hi! I'm Lauren and I blog at Mom Home Guide. I love completing inexpensive DIY and decor projects for my home.

Today I will be sharing an easy dreamcatcher wall hanging that I made for a hall bathroom reveal that I shared on my blog, Mom Home Guide.


The day before my hall bathroom reveal post was going live, I decided that the room needed another piece of wall art.




The style of this dreamcatcher is really simple to make. It doesn’t feature the weaving found in a traditional dreamcatcher, but it’s still very pretty.


Dreamcatcher Supplies

Wood Embroidery Hoop


Antique White Yarn


Faux White Flowers


Cotton Crochet Ribbon and Jute Burlap Ribbon


Tiny Pom Pom Ball Fringe Trim


Scissors


Glue Gun and Hot Glue Gun Sticks


Dream Catcher Wall Art How To


To start my dream catcher, I first removed the inner hoop of the embroidery hoop by loosening the screw on the outer hoop. I removed the inner hoop and set the outer hoop (with the metal screw) aside.


I tied a long length of yarn onto the inner hoop with a knot.

I then stretched the yarn across the hoop and around the edge of the hoop in various patterns.

When I was happy with how the yarn looked, I tied off the yarn on the hoop.

I used my glue gun to glue on some faux flowers. I then folded lengths of lace and tied them onto the dream catcher by pulling the lace through the loops I made.

This dreamcatcher was an inexpensive and quick project.


I think it adds a nice touch to my home’s recently updated hall bathroom.


The bathroom features a DIY painted bathroom cabinet, a DIY framed bathroom mirror, mason-jar-potted cacti and a beautiful painting by my daughter.

Stop by my blog for more details on how I completed my thrifty bathroom upgrade.


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