This is a guest post from Blair Stocker of Wise Craft Handmade.
Make a Dream Catcher
It feels like the perfect time of year to make your own DIY Dream Catchers following Emily Katz’s easy to follow project instructions. Take a walk with the kids to gather up some bits of nature like interesting shells, driftwood, or sea glass, then start weaving. For any pieces you want to add that don’t have a hole for stringing through, just wrap the sinew string around it several times (see the piece of blue sea glass above).
These look complicated, but they are in fact super easy to make. My teenage daughter made two of these the other day and now I’m pretty sure we need some more of these hanging around here, they are so cheery and I love the way the feathers blow in the breeze.