Rainbow Dream Catcher
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Let this Rainbow Dream Catcher capture and hide your kids' bad dreams. Nature crafts for kids are always fun to make. Some projects are more elaborate than others though, like this dream catcher, but don't let that steer you away. Spice up this craft with feathers, beads and string.

Time to CompleteOne hour

MaterialsNature Crafts

Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

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Am I too old to make a dream catcher? I love the colorful string and beads. I have a large collection of yarn and fiber scraps and beads of every color. I still have a dream catcher my son made in third grade, and he's heading to college this year. Great summer craft idea!

I think dream catchers are so pretty. This is cute!


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