DIY dreamcatcher pendant

Aren't these beautiful? This simple little craft comes together quickly. Here's how to make this DIY dreamcatcher pendant. Wear it as a necklace or hang it up somewhere!

Supplies:

  1. Yarn/Thread.
  2. Crafting wire.
  3. Scissors.
  4. Needle.
  5. Beads.
  6. White/Tape.

Instructions:

Step 1: Take a piece of wire according to the size you want your pendant to be. Wrap it around something round to give the wire a round shape.

Step 2: Tie a knot with the yarn on the wire. Leave a 1-2 cm gap from the end of the wire the ntie the knot. Now start wrapping the yarn around the wire.

Step 3: When you’re finished wrapping also leave 1-2cm space on the other end as well.

Step 4: Wrap the both ends together using tape. Make sure it’s tight and secure.

Step 5: Now wrap the rest of the wire with the yarn and tie a knot when you’re done to secure it.

Step 6: Now wrap the yarn across the round wire to make your desired design. I’ve made a simple star shape.

Step 7: Take the tassel, the round piece, beads, thread and needle. (Instructions for tassels below)

Step 8:  Sew the thread through the tassel, pull the needle out of the top of the tassel. Then insert some beads through the needle.

Step 9: Sew the tassel with the round piece.

Step 10: Sew rest of the tassels as well.

Step 11: Now take a yarn and tie it with the dream catcher to finish the necklace.

How to make the Tassel:

1. Take a piece of cardboard according to the size you want your tassel to be.

Or you can just use your fingers as well. Wrap the thread around the cardboard in taut loops until you get the thickness you want. Then pull it out of the cardboard.

2. Take another piece of yarn/thread and tie any ends of the loops together. Wrap and tie a knot to secure it.

3. Tim off the loops on the other end to create the tassel.

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2 Responses

  1. Awwww. Truly a dream catcher I must say. This looks pretty easy and I’m sure going to make it for my friend. She likes such stuffs and I bet she’ll love this one especially after owing her a little surprise.

  2. OMG. This is great. Looks like a good business idea to start with. I’ve not gotten a hang of it and I think I’ll meet people to see if they would love me to make for them.

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