Mini Dreamcatchers with Little Fingers

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30 Nov 2018 – We made our own diy mini dreamcatchers to catch our bad dreams and turn it around to bless us in our daily sleep and grant us everlasting sweet dreams.

The children from age 4 – 9 years old really patiently tackled the intricate techniques of weaving and counting the loops around the metal ring which form the base of the dreamcatcher.

We used natural cotton thread, beads and feathers to further enhance our mini dreamcatchers to completion.

The class took 2 hours to finish one pc and I provided more materials to them so that they may continue to pick up the skill and interest to create bigger and better dreamcatchers!

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