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Dreamcatchers were used by Indians to protect themselves from nightmares. Make your personalized dreamcatcher now! What you need: -iron wire -round objects -coloured twine -beads -feathers (pull them ...
First, wrap the iron wire around a round object to make a circle.
Take a piece of twine and create a web inside the circle. You'd better attach the twine to the circle each time, so that it stays put.
Repeat step 1 to make a smaller circle, which will fit into the first one. On my dreamcatcher, I wrapped it in twine first and then made a ...
Take a few pieces of twine and attach them to the bottom of the circle in three bundles. The way shown on the photo makes this really easy. ...
Adding beads is the first step to making your dreamcatcher look authentic. Using a plastic needle like shown on the picture will make it much easier to put ...
A dreamcatcher is not complete without feathers. If you have large feathers, just stick them up the beads, otherwise, follow the following few steps. Take some small feathers ...
Good job! The dreamcatcher is done, now you can personalize it by hanging little objects on it that you like or that will bring you luck. For example, ...
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