Inspirational Dream Catcher Vision Board Combined!

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This isn’t your typical dream catcher! This beautiful, customizable work of art is a daily reminder of your hopes, dreams and aspirations. There are way too many photos to put here so make sure to VISIT OUR SITE HERE FOR MORE PICS AND THE DOWNLOAD
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NOTE: We purchased a group of Fat Quarters (Pack of 18″ x 22″ rectangles) and used 4 of the 5 patterns given.) The dream catcher is very customizable to your own taste and colors.
Wood Floral Craft Ring 18″
Paint
Fabric
Hot Glue gun and lots of sticks
Chicken Wire aprox. 20″ square which will be cut to fit the ring
Wide craft sticks (we used these to hold the chicken wire in place)\
Thumbtacks
Wire Cutters
Small white clothespins aprox. 2″ long.
Braided Gold Trim to glue to feathers. Cut into approximately 11″ 13″, 18″ and 22″ pieces.
Cardstock for feathers
Feather pattern (Free download on our site)
There are LOTS of steps and photos to this: VISIT OUR SITE HERE FOR MORE PICS AND THE DOWNLOAD
Paint your wood ring.
Cut your fabric.
Hot glue it on as shown.
Add your chicken wire.
This takes a LOT of hot glue and some tongue depressors to hold it i nplace.
Cut out your FREE feataher pattern from our site.
Create your dangling feathers.
Fill your dream catcher / vision board with all your dreams and desires!

Nancy at Craft Your Happiness
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  • Shirley M Reeder Shirley M Reeder on Jan 27, 2017
    Wouldn't it be easier to use a staple gun on the chicken wire instead of the glue? That's what I would do if making one of these. :-)

  • Iamme Iamme on Jan 27, 2017
    Did you know that real dreamcatchers catch bad dreams and let the good dreams pass through? ?? It's so that you don't have nightmares.

  • Sad358121 Sad358121 on Jul 08, 2018

    It’s a cute project. The instructions weren’t complete as to how to do the “feathers”. You show the strips of fabric but we never see the bottom of the project in a picture. Are the feathers just cut out of poster board & then attached to the strips? Or something else? (It seems that the chicken wire would be more sturdy with staples.). Thanks

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