Dream Catcher for Kids

Since I  told my daughters about dream catchers and what they are for they seemed to have nightmares e-ve-ry night and really, really, REALLY needed a dream catcher. And because they were pretty convinced the nightmares would stop as soon as they had a dream catcher in their bed, I better could make one as soon as possible. Being the sweet mom that I am, I immediately started, of course. 

The oldest needed a red one, the youngest really had to have a pink one. 


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My Pink Vase was featured this week by Creative Jewish Mom!


Thanks, Sara!!

Comments

  1. Love your dream catchers, I knew immediately that it had to be yours just from the photo! thanks so much for sharing on craft schooling sunday.

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    1. Wow, I take that as a compliment. Means I have something like 'my own style'! Thanks, Sara!

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  2. These are very pretty. Did they work? ☺

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    1. Haha, my daughters say they do!

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  3. What a nice mom you are!! Thank you for sharing your dream catchers with us at Merry Monday!

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  4. I found these through the Yarn Fanatic Party - They're fantastic, great job!
    Jenny from crochetistheway.blogspot.com

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  5. Pretty! I'd like one in light blue to go with my daughter's Frozen themed room! Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!

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    1. Light blue would be a great color, too!

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  6. Very pretty I love dream catchers, thanks for linking :) x

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  7. This is just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing on Found & Foraged.

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  8. These are beautiful! How are they working for them?! Thanks so much for taking the time to link up with us over at the #HomeMattersParty - we hope to see you again next week! Feel free to bring a friend :)

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    1. They told me they never have scary dreams anymore, so guess the dream catchers do a great job!

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  9. Gaaaaf!!! Heel leuk gedaan en mooie nieuwe layout van je blog :)
    Dank je wel voor het meedoen aan de linkparty!

    groetjes
    Barbara
    www.busyfingersbusylife.blogspot.com

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    1. Dank je, Barbara! Je moet af en toe wat anders, he, haha!

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  10. Liz, thanks for sharing this at Five Star Frugal. I just love the colours and the tassel really adds a little 'something' to the more traditional feathers and beads. Your girls having nightmares just to get one of your gorgeous dream catchers makes me smile all over :)

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  11. Very cute! Hope the little ones don't have anymore nightmares!
    Thanks so much for sharing at Talented Tuesday Link Party, hope to see you again this week!

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  12. Adorable! The dream catcher was one of our Most Clicked projects from the Yarn Fanatic Linky Party #26. It is featured in this week's party - http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/03/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-27.html.
    I am inspired to try to work up some dream catchers of my own for my nieces and nephews. Great idea!
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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    1. Will be sharing on Facebook later on today :)

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  13. Beautiful Dream Catcher! Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight Party! Hope to see you again soon. Shared...

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  14. So pretty! I'd like to make some using embroidery hoops. Just gotta find the right doily center for them. :)

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