Make a Dream Catcher
Make a Dream Catcher
By Aunty Susan
What Dream Catchers do:
The dream catcher comes from the Native American traditions. It is said to allow good dreams to slip through the ‘web’ part in the middle and into the sleeper during the night; while the bad dreams were caught in the web and would be rid of by morning light. The Lakota Legend has the slightly different belief that the web will catch your good ideas and let the bad ones slip through.
You will need:
a paper plate
paints and brush
selection of beads
yarn, wool or thread thick enough to support beads
Punch ten holes in the paper plate rim; six are for threading design; one is for hanging the dream catcher and the other three are for hanging the feathers.
Cut out the centre of the paper plate.
Tape the end of your thread, yarn or wool to the back of the paper plate next to a hole and begin threading making your own design, putting in beads as you go along. When you have finished tape the end to the back of the paper plate.
Tie enough thread to the top hole to hang it up after.
Tape three pieces roughly the same length to the three lower holes.
Thread beads through each before taping on a feather to the end of each.
Now get your paints, glue and glitter and have fun making your own designs on the paper plate rim. Hang it up near your bed. Sweet dreams!!!
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