The web of a dreamcatcher is a maze, and only good dreams can find their way out through the center. Bad dreams become caught in the web and disappear in the morning light.
Although this ring was designed specifically to be filled with the web of a dreamcatcher, the shank design can be used for other things as well. I have several students who use the frame portion of the ring to hold a tree of life. Other’s use the frame to make bead mosaic rings. There are so many possibilities with the base design of this ring. Let your imagination go wild with it!
* 12” of 22g Round wire (half hard or dead soft)
* 4½’ 28g dead soft round wire
* 1 2-3mm bead
* Chain nose pliers
* Wire cutters
* Flat nose pliers
* Ring mandrel
* Needle file
* Flexible ruler/measuring tape
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