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  • Megan Cowart

    dream catcher Materials: ■paper plate ■paints, glitter, stickers for decorating ■scissors ■single hole punch ■beads ■feathers ■string or yarn Directions: 1. Cut out the center of the paper plate. 2. Punch 11 holes in the paper plate at even intervals 3. Decorate the paper plate as desired. 4. Measure out your yarn and tape an end to the plate.

  • Sara Kert

    Dream Catcher craft for kids

  • Cyn Rielley

    Dreamcatcher Craft for Kids

  • Tiffany Wilkins

    Dream Catcher Craft- Painting, stringing, threading. Native American Craft Week #2 Art Centers 3-6

  • Krista Anstead

    Dreamcatcher Craft and lesson plan

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