Craft Workshop: How To Make Your Own Dream Catcher

Tatiana Ambrose, 48 Classes Helping You To Be Creative

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7 Videos (18m)
    • Introduction To Creating Your Own Dream Catcher

      0:41
    • Supplies Needed For Your DIY Dream Catcher

      0:42
    • Beginning Your Dream Catcher

      4:23
    • Dream catcher inside pattern

      5:26
    • Dream Catcher Adding Bead and Finishing Pattern

      1:35
    • Dream catcher adding beads and finishing touches

      4:42
    • Conclusion To This Dream Catcher Class

      0:26

About This Class

Are you looking for a fun craft you haven't tried before? Are you bored and want to use your creativity?

Then this will be the class for you where I will show you step by step on how to make your very own dream catcher. The best part is once you learn the basic steps on how to make a dream catcher you will  be able to really put your imagination to use and create a unique dream catcher for yourself using whatever material and colors you want.

As a kid I used to make dream catchers out of popsicle sticks and yarn and loved creating my own design. THIS dream catcher is definitely an adult version because there is no limit to how you can personalize it!

Please join me in this amazing class to learn the basic of making a dream catcher so you can put your creativity to use and create one personalized to you or anyone else in your life :) Don't miss out on this fun!

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Looks fun! Easy to follow explanation --can't wait to make one!
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Tatiana Ambrose

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