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Today I will be sharing an easy dreamcatcher wall hanging that I made for the hall bathroom reveal that I shared last week.
The day before my hall bathroom reveal post was going live, I decided that the room needed another piece of wall art. I was inspired by the cute pom-pom strewn “dreamcatchers” by Maggie Holmes Design.
The style of this dreamcatcher is really simple to make. It doesn’t feature the weaving found in a traditional dreamcatcher, but it’s still very pretty.
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To start my dream catcher, I first removed the inner hoop of the dream catcher by loosening the screw on the outer hoop. I removed the inner hoop and set the outer hoop (with the metal screw) aside.
I tied a long length of yarn onto the inner hoop with a knot.
I then stretched the yarn across the hoop and around the edge of the hoop in various patterns.
When I was happy with how the yarn looked, I tied off the yarn on the hoop.
I used my glue gun to glue on some faux flowers. I then folded lengths of lace and tied them onto the dream catcher by pulling the lace through the loops I made.
This dreamcatcher was an inexpensive and quick project. I think it adds a nice touch to my home’s recently updated hall bathroom. The bathroom features a DIY painted bathroom cabinet, a DIY framed bathroom mirror, mason-jar-potted cacti and a beautiful painting by my daughter.
Visit my bathroom reveal post for more details on how I completed my thrifty bathroom upgrade.
This post was shared at the Tuesday Turn About Party.