Thread the yarn through in a triangular pattern. (should be every fourth hole). I actually labeled the numbers on the dreamcatcher for my son so we could slip in a little number recognition. (Tip: Wrap a piece of masking tape around the end of the yarn
I did this in first grade and have always wanted to try it again. I thought maybe I had been remembering wrong all these years. We have a project for this week. straw weaving diy (great project for kids)
DIY Easy Paracord Buddy Keychain or Charm Tutorial from Craft and Creativity.These are really cheap and easy to make - you only need to know 1 knot for the body of “buddy”. Of course only an adult should use the lighter to melt and secure the cords.
Here’s a fun paracord project for kids – make paracord snakes! This would be a great craft project for a summer camp or nature club. Or make them on a rainy day! The completed snakes are fun to play with. This is an easy project for beginners.