On a normal day, I wouldn’t buy anything from Typo (its a branded arts/crafts store) coz everything so bloody expensive, but Mabel and Jo got me a box of DIY Mini Dream Catchers as a birthday present recently, so thank you, guys! ❤ Had some free time over the weekend to assemble it…
The box said there were ‘instructions’ on the inside.. yeah right. They were basically useless and told me nothing about how to make anything beyond looping and tying random pieces of string on the hoops. I ended up looking for tutorials on Youtube. A useful one here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vmtkc7FOWLw
Anyway, there were two mini plastic hoops, some twine and smooth string, lace, decorative blue/white/teal feathers, and matching beads. Quality of the lace was the best; the feather tips were flaky and the bead openings weren’t complete – still had to poke a hard object through them to get the string through.
Tada! The web looked a little retarded coz the hoop was too small and I couldn’t follow the tutorial exactly, but hey, not bad for a first timer. Spent about four hours on it and felt a sense of accomplishment.
*While working on it, my mum comes into the room and was like ‘why spend so much time and money on making that? wouldn’t it be easier to buy it?’ lol, it’s not the same, mom..
The left is a store bought one, vs mine. I’ve run out of places to hang my stuff btw.
Also got this cute Totoro Powerbank from Carmen, Simon and Elyss, who treated me to a Korean BBQ meal.
A big thank you to everyone who has taken the time/effort to make my 26th birthday a special one. I appreciate every one of you. ❤
3 thoughts on “DIY Mini Dreamcatcher from Typo”
I love dreamcatchers and DYI ones are a great idea! Thanks for this. It brightened up my day 🙂
Thanks for reading! 🙂
You are so right Luna. Nothing quite like making your own dream catcher. It has fun, creativity, individuality and satisfaction all in one. Well done you. Enjoy your new creation.