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How to make a dream catcher-Poll too!

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Lisa M, Apr 12, 2008.

  1. will keep this tutorial in mind and maybe make a catcher some day :)

    33 vote(s)
  2. will keep this tutorial in mind and have every intention of making a catcher some day, but won't eve

    5 vote(s)
  3. will look at this thread and be inspired to make a catcher :) :)

    22 vote(s)
  4. already have made catchers but (maybe) learned a new way because of this thread :) :)

    22 vote(s)
  5. will never make a catcher >:(

    24 vote(s)
  6. think Lisa is a super sweet wonderful gal who is really really good at editing option #6 ;D

    46 vote(s)
  1. Lisa M

    Lisa M Swing like no one is watching...lol

    YAYYYYYYYYY that y'all cooperated!!! I LOVE THAT!!! :)

    I'm to the point that I just keep pretty much every bit of something I cut off of anything wild in hopes that some day I'll put it on a catcher. I keep an eye out for the little hard sided travel suitcases that women used to put their "necessaries" in? Make up etc from back in the 60's-70's? They're a little bigger than lunch box size & you can pick them up for $3-5-7 at yard sales. :) I put the beads in baby food jars. You can also get beads from yardsales...in the form of necklaces. Just unstring & tada! Totally unique bead collections. The bits & pieces are expensive if you buy them from the store, but if you collect them over time, it's more budget friendly. (I'm sorry I didn't mention that in the original tutorial.)

    I love this!!! As time goes on, people can put different things in the jars! Wonderful!!

    EXACTLY!!!! :) Each & every one is absolutely the way it is supposed to be. Thank you so much Trixi! :) You're awesome. :)
  2. Raynewolfe

    Raynewolfe TY for understanding things outside our control.

    Nice tutorial. I have not made any for a long time but just as a simple note for people to think outside the box I have a picture to share of one of my favorites I did a few years ago for a friend. Enjoy everyone.!

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  3. April Payne

    April Payne New Member

    Coincidentally I have been really wanting to make a dream catcher lately. Good thing I can't sleep tonight and are browsing tutorials. I absolutely love these dream catchers you made. They are really beautiful. And I like how you put three different sized together like that. I am too tired to read through this whole tutorial, but I just might go out tomorrow and buy all the supplies needed and start making one soon. :)
  4. Lisa M

    Lisa M Swing like no one is watching...lol

    I like the odd shapes too Kay. ;) That's part of why I put them on antlers & all sorts of other things. :)

    YAY April! I make stuff late at night when I can't sleep too. That's how I ended up with a few hundred catchers. I've most of them away. I made a new one recently as a present for a friend. :) Other than that, I'm just too dang busy to play with extra stuff lately. :(

    Anyway...please post pictures when you make one okay April??? :) ;) Thank you. :)