1: Oh Starry Night:
Don't you just love the playful star and heart patterns and bright colors? Get
the how-to at Yarnspirations.com.
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2. Recycled Dreams: Use an old CD or DVD by weaving yarn through it. I think I love these more than
the tradition ones, don't you? Get the how-to at Pink Stripey Socks.
Image Pauline Moinari
3. Day Dream Doily:
For these easy dream catchers all you need is a crochet doily, an embroidery
hoop, string and feathers. I love how this one has intentions (confident,
fearless) added to it. Get the how-to at Club Chica Circle.
Image via Ana Dziengel
4. Sunny Dreams: Bright
and colorful, these cheery dream catchers are crafted by melting pony beads on
an oven. Get the how-to at Babble Dabbledo.
Image via Meri Cherry
5. Love Catchers:
These dream catchers are made from cardboard, paint, string, beads and
stickers. I don't know any kid who wouldn't LOVE to make one of these. Get the
how-to at Meri Cherry.
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6. Dreaming in Color:
For this dream catcher all you have to do is wrap yarn around an embroidery
hoop and decorate it with yarn, felt and pom poms. You can even personalize it
with letter beads. Get the how-to at Handmade by Kelly.com.
Image via Persia Lou
7. Crafty Catcher:
These "eye of god" crafts have a similar vibe to a dream catcher, just a
different shape. Who doesn't love variety? Get the how-to at Persia Lou.
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8. Little Dreams:
Sometimes dreams don't have to be big. Here is a mini dream catcher for those
types of wishes. Get the how-to at Happy Thought.
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9. Dream a Little
Dream: Here is another miniture version of the big ones. Best thing about these,
they are quicker to make. Get the how-to at Alice and Lois.
Image via Angie
10. Golden Dreams:
Turn the focus of the dream catcher to the feathers with this dream
catcher-like mobile. Get the how-to at Land of Nod.