DIY Dream Catcher

The sacred native american dream catcher is used to protect children from nightmares but can now also be used as a beautiful decorative item. Personally I really love them when they are made in exceptionally bright colors rather than browns and blacks. 

Stuff you need:
Masking tape
Lace Doily

1. Cut a long piece of wire and bend it into a ring. Wrap the ring in masking tape.

2. Again cover the ring in a strip of fabric.

3. Attach the doily to the ring by weaving it around the sides using string.

4. Tie 3 strips of string to the dream catcher and tie feathers to them.

Now let your dream catcher protect you from all night mares :)


Inspiration: Geometrical and Organic Cuffs

Lately I have been in love with cuffs especially geometrical ones. They are just the coolest things, minimalist yet edgy. So I've been trying to figure out away to make them but nothing seems to come out the way I want it too. 

The orange ones below are my favorite so far and I am determined to make something similar. 'If there's a will, there's a way'. Will keep you updated on my constructions!


DIY Under Sleeve Tie-Dye Top

Tie-dying is definitely one of the best DIY activities ever created. It's fun and can be used in so many ways. Another benefit of tie-dying is that you will always be original, but that is basically a benefit from all DIY's. Tie-dye is special because you can experiment with original prints.

Stuff you need:
Plain white tee
Rubber bands

1. Collect fabric beneath the sleeve of the tee.

2. Dye the fabric then remove the neck.

This is a close-up of the print. Have fun tie-dying!