Do you love dream catchers? Whether for yourself, or a gift for a loved one, these mini dream catcher macrame bracelets make an ideal addition for the ‘dreamers’ to wear with any outfit. Your bracelet can be made in your own preferred colour, and a mix of colours can also be done. Whether you want the webbing a different colour, the whole dream catcher, or the strap, dream catcher and webbing in 3 different colours, the choice is yours. These bracelets are adjustable, so suit a range of wrist sizes.
We have plenty of colours of waxed cotton to make your bracelet with. We match the colour for the ring as best we can to the waxed cotton, unless different colours are wanted.
Waxed Cotton colours available: White, Cream, Black, Grey, Brown, Chocolate, Beige, Green, Light Green, Dark Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Olive Green, Yellow, Pink, Light Pink, Dark Pink, Peach, Red, Burgundy, Orange, Amber, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Light Blue, Navy Blue, Sky Blue, Turquoise, Aquamarine.
The dream catcher part of the bracelet is made with a 25mm (1″) metal ring, covered with either cotton thread or acrylic yarn. We use cotton thread for the ‘webbing’ and add a 4mm bead to the centre. A tibetan silver charm is then added to the ring.
HOW TO ORDER:
1. Select your choice of colour
2. If you have a preference of charm to be used, please let us know using the ORDER NOTE TO SELLER box. We usually use a feather or dream catcher charm, although other charms are available on request.
The bracelets are made to order, and will usually be ready for dispatch within 5 working days.
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White, Cream, Black, Grey, Brown, Chocolate, Beige, Green, Light Green, Dark Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Olive Green, Yellow, Pink, Light Pink, Dark Pink, Peach, Red, Burgandy, Orange, Amber, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Light Blue, Navy Blue, Sky Blue, Turquoise, Aquamarine
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