Welcome to our enchanting world of dreamcatcher kits! At Fox The Maker, we offer a wide range of DIY dreamcatcher kits designed to unleash your creativity and add a touch of magic to your life. Whether you're a teen, an adult, or a craft lover of any age, we have the perfect dreamcatcher kit to suit your preferences and style. Let’s dive in to learn more about dream
What is a dream catcher?
A dream catcher is a traditional Native American talisman consisting of a woven hoop adorned with various materials such as feathers and beads. What does a dream catcher do you’re gonna ask? It is believed to filter out bad dreams, allowing only positive ones to pass through and bringing protection and peaceful sleep. It is thought to bring peaceful
and restful sleep, while warding off nightmares. The web-like design is believed to trap bad dreams, which are then dissolved with the morning light.
Dream catcher supplies
Creating a dream catcher requires a thoughtful selection of materials, and at Fox The Maker, we've got you covered. Each dreamcatcher kit is meticulously crafted, gathering beautifully coordinated materials such as ribbons, feathers, beads, and a wooden frame. With our kits, you'll have everything you need to bring your dream catcher vision to life.
Traditional dreamcatcher kits will be great crafting activity for kids from age of 10, teens and adults. Pick your favorite color here.
DIY dream catcher for kids
Crafting a dreamcatcher not only nurtures your child's
artistic abilities but also encourages their problem-solving and fine motor skills. As they weave ribbons through the frame and attach feathers and beads,
they develop dexterity and hand-eye coordination. The step-by-step instructions included in each kit ensure that they can easily follow along and create a
dreamcatcher they can be proud of.
Kids will have a blast painting their frames with the
included kid-friendly acrylic paints and brush. Watch their artistic skills shine as they create personalized dreamcatchers to hang and treasure. Choose one of the frame – unicorn, butterfly or owl – here.