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How to Make a Dreamcatcher

Deonna from Child at Heart can’t get enough of Urban Outfitters’ “carefree, hippie style.”

What she doesn’t like? Paying $100 for a dream catcher she could make herself! Deonna grabbed an embroidery hoop from the craft store along with some ribbon and yarn and made her own dream catcher for MUCH less!

She says, “It turned out great and only cost me about $20.  I used an old doily my mom gave me as the circle web so that was FREE!”

DIY Dream Catcher inspired by Urban Outfitters

Deonna was inspired by the Magical Thinking Vashti Dreamcatcher from Urban Outfitters.

Magical Thinking Vashti Dreamcatcher

Deonna shares the complete tutorial at Child at Heart.

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Deonna Wade

Wednesday 17th of June 2015

Thank you for sharing this :) It's one of my favorite things in my house right now!


Thursday 18th of June 2015

You are so welcome, Deonna!!!

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