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This gorgeous white snowflake dream catcher is a great addition to your Christmas decorations, or just to add to your decor during the cold winter months. The fluffy, uneven shape of these remind me of a snowflake, and each dream catcher made is unique, depending on how the yarn lays when wrapped around the ring. No two will be exactly the same, just like snowflakes. When the light hits the dream catcher, the lurex in the yarn, and the metallic thread used for the webbing, give a sparkly effect. Have the magic of a snowflake in your home, without the coldness that comes with the real thing!
SIZE: The metal ring used for this dream catcher is approx 5″ (125mm)
YARN (wrapped around the ring): 75% polyester, 25% lurex; WHITE
THREAD (used for the webbing): 100% soft cotton, woven with strands of glitter; SILVER
Please note: This dream catcher is meant for decorative purposes only, and should not be left in the reach of children under the age of 14, unless supervised by an adult.
This dream catcher is made, ready to be dispatched; usually within 3 working days
If you would like a similar dream catcher making, please message us. We can do these from approx 5″-8″, and have different colours available for the inner webbing.
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