Once upon a time I was a public school art teacher. I still enjoy teaching, and love to support parents and others who make art with kids. So I’ve put together a dreamcatcher kit to make two super sweet little pieces with your little one (or your big one!).
There is a DIY featuring these pieces in the Spring edition of Amulet, and to celebrate we are giving away three dreamcatchers, as well as a kit to make two more! The kits are sold on my Etsy store and each one includes:
⟁ Two five-inch pre-cut cardboard discs
⟁ Several colorful and natural feathers, beads and trims in bright AND earthy colors
⟁ Simple, clear instructions for assembly
⟁ Gold star trims
⟁ Story of the history of the dreamcatcher
⟁ Surprise gift with each order
⟁ Free shipping (in the US)
1. Please “like” Amulet Magazine and Rachael Rice Productions on Facebook.
2. Share the giveaway photo on your page. (Thank you for spreading the word about Amulet. It’s a beautiful, useful and unique Field Guide for living and deserves to be shared far and wide!)
3. Leave a comment on the blog telling us who would love to make the dreamcatchers in this kit. (It’s ok if it’s YOU! Haha!)
Winner will be chosen at random from the comments on MAY 8th!
BONUS: The next five people to purchase Amulet will receive a complementary dreamcatcher kit! Just mention “kit giveaway” in the notes section at checkout! (First come, first served! While supplies last.)
I create “Cosmic American” art and accessories inspired by a blend of the natural world, indigenous cultures, mysticism, camp crafts, and rock and roll culture. I work with women teaching effective online marketing for creative solo-preneurs in a group called “Dream School.” My work has been featured in People Magazine, Foam Magazine, FreePeople.com, and is currently above the beds of hundreds of happy dreamers all over the world. For more about me, visit http://rachaelrice.com. I donate a portion of my sales to Native American Youth & Family Association of Portland (http://nayapdx.org).
About this dreamcatcher:
Gorgeous in a window, this reversible sun catching drea catcher has two woven centers that hold a mirrored disc that reflects the light. Piece measures 8″ (20.32) in diameter by 24″ (60.96cm) in length and features:
⟁ Turquoise woven web on one side, white woven web on the other side
⟁ Gold disc that looks purple and blue when light shines through it
⟁ Tones of turquoise, green, gold
⟁ Ribbons and real peacock feathers
⟁ Sea grass & parrot feathers
⟁ Aqua tassels on both sides
⟁ Paper, fabric and vinyl feathers, beads