I gathered a ton of supplies for this project because I wasn't sure the direction I wanted to go until I got started. I had a 14" doily and 6" doily. I bought a variety of sizes of embroidery hoops to use for the circle of the dream-catcher, various beads, yarn, jute, leather cord, cord end clamps, and ribbon.
To start, I wrapped the inner circle of the embroidery hoop with the turquoise yarn.
Then, I wrapped 3 of the 4" hoops with more yarn in the color scheme of my bedding.
Leather cord and wooden beads attached the dream-catchers to create one large piece. The feathers I used are feathers we have gathered on hikes, so they hold a lot of meaning to me.
I had moved a few things around the house over the weekend, including some storage pieces from my room to my daughter's room and a nightstand from her room to my room that I felt was too bulky for her space. I made a few other changes around the room- moving accessories to different walls and removing some all together.
The framed print above the nightstand reads "Sleep my child, for tomorrow you will move mountains." My kids are named after mountains. For now, the "hello" rests on top of the framed print. Again, it makes me smile as the kids and I often reference it with Adele's song "Hello". Next on the project list is a DIY bed, but I must enlist my dad for help on that one!
I slept really well last night. The view from my bed this morning made me very happy!