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Dreamcatchers are often used in Native American culture to protect people and mainly children from bad dreams or nightmares. They are usually made of a woven string web around a willow hoop.
We adore anything unicorns and came up with this easy DIY Unicorn Dreamcatcher kids (and adults) can make by stringing yarn around an embroidery hoop (like our string yarn ornaments). Add a glittery horn, felt ears and glued on flowers and you have a beautiful handmade unicorn dreamcatcher. The yarn hangings are just simple loops and you can add lots of texture and variety by choosing various colors, ribbbons and yarns.
P.S. These would pair well with our Send a Unicorn Boxes!
Our Unicorn Dreamcatcher is inspired by the many we’ve seen on Etsy. But as mentioned, we didn’t create the webbed string and instead looped yarn around our hoop to keep it simple for kids to make. We also did a simple glitter paper horn, but you could get fancy and add a felt sewn and stuffed one like the many examples shown.
These adorable Unicorn Dreamcatchers make a fun uniconr party craft or playdate activity. We plan on making lots of them at my daughter’s upcoming unicorn party paired with magical unicorn foods of course.
As you can see we made a variety to show how you can make different types, from pink, rainbow, and even a Valentine heart themed one!
She helped in making the ones you see here. The “rainbbow” one is her design!
Watch the video above top of post for the DIY or follow the instructions below to make your own Unicorn Dreamcatcher.
DIY Unicorn Dreamcatchers – Materials:
* For the Valentine one, use glitter heart stickers and decorative roses.
(watch video top of post or follow below for the step-by-step)
Step 1. Wrap yarn around your embroidery hoop and secure with a dab of hot glue when you’re done.
Step 2. Tie yarn around one end the hoop and then tie around the hoop, crisscrossing yarn tightly. Tie off the yarn when you are done.
Step 3. Cut out felt outer white ears and inner pink ears. Use a stiffer white felt for the outer ears so they stick up. Hot glue the inner pink ears to the white ears.
Step 4. Cut out a paper horn shape from your glitter paper.
Step 5. Cut out lengths of various colored yarns and ribbons for your hangings (cut as long as you want the yarn to hang, but keep in mind they will be folded over to make a loop)
Step 6. Determine how you want to arrange your flower pattern.
Step 7. Assemble your unicorn dreamcatcher! Hot glue your glitter horn, flowers, and ears to your hoop.
Step 8. Loop your yarn hangings through the embroidery hoop (watch video for this step).
You’re done! Which one is your favorite? Hang up your pretty Unicorn Dreamcatcher for a magical decoration. Don’t you just want to go make a bunch now? We can’t wait to see yours!
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