I pulled out a bunch of craft supplies to see what my plan of attack would be. I had some white rope that I decided to use to wrap around my neon orange embroidery hoop (I bought this hoop over a year ago for some other random project and never used it). To start, I began wrapping the rope and hot gluing it to the inside of the hoop.
After my hoop was fully covered, I placed my doily inside the hoop and began to tie it in place with white embroidery thread. You can weave your own web inside the hoop if you like, but I saw a dream catcher on Pinterest with a doily and I had to try it. You can also use any string or thread you have laying around, I just happened to have a bunch of embroidery thread from all my DIY friendship bracelets.
After you have finished the center of your dream catcher, you can then attach anything you want to hang from the bottom. I went more traditional and I attached feathers. I bought the feathers at Michael's craft store, but I'm sure you could find them in your neighborhood if you took a walk. I saw other examples on Pinterest where people hung ribbons and lace, so that is another option. For the final step, I decided to add turquoise beads. I threaded them on some more embroidery thread and tied them on the string holding the feathers. I also put one little nugget in the middle of my dream catcher for aesthetic.
Below is the final product! What do you think? I personally, am in love with it! I hung it right over my bed, and I cannot wait to continue the redecorating process in my home.
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