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How to Make a DIY Felt Ball Dreamcatcher Ornament

By: Laura Radniecki
How to Make a DIY Felt Ball Dreamcatcher Ornament

"Transform your Christmas tree this holiday season with a simple, and stunning DIY Felt Ball Dreamcatcher Ornament. Made from a wooden teething ring, 20 mm felt balls, embroidery floss, and twine, it's fast, easy, and a rustic chic beauty! Supplies needed to make a Felt Ball Dreamcatcher Ornament are: wooden teething ring, 20 mm felt balls, embroidery floss, scissors, embroidery needle, twine, and optional pliers. Tie floss sections onto teething ring, thread on felt balls, space accordingly, knot floss at bottom of felt balls, trim, add twine hanging string to top of ring, hang it up, and admire!"

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


Materials List

  • Wooden Teething Ring
  • 20mm Felt Balls
  • Embroidery Floss
  • Embroidery Needle
  • Twine
  • Scissors
  • Pliers


  1. Gather supplies.

  2. Cut 12″ of twine for a hanging string. Set aside.

  3. Cut three 12″ sections of embroidery thread.

  4. Tie and knot all three sections of embroidery floss onto teething ring.

  5. Determine felt ball arrangement and color order.

  6. Starting with the first section of string, thread needle with embroidery floss. String on felt balls, using pliers to help if needed.

  7. String on felt balls to all three sections of embroidery thread.

  8. Space out felt balls along embroidery floss as desired. Knot beneath bottom ball, and clip off excess.

  9. Add hanging string to top of wooden teething ring.

  10. Inspect and hang up the DIY felt ball dreamcatcher!

NotesThis same concept could be used to make a large felt ball dreamcatcher that could be added to a gallery wall or hung as a statement piece on the wall!

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