diy ribbon dream catcher |baby girl’s nursery|

I love a diy success, and this pretty little dream catcher turned out better than expected ♥  It was so easy to make and I love the impact it has; the lovely rustic rattan wreath, along with the pretty girly ribbon has me swooning.

I had this small wreath that I picked up while thrifting with my mother-in-law last summer for about 25¢, and the lace runner and ribbon were all in my craft stash.

diy ribbon dream catcher |easy nursery decor| by A Dash of Mum

I trimmed ribbon to the length I wanted and laid it all out to get an idea of how it would look.  Then I simply used hot glue to glue the ribbon pieces to the back of the wreath.  I trimmed the ribbon ends on an angle as well, just because I like how it looks.

diy ribbon dream catcher |easy nursery decor| by A Dash of Mum

After the ribbon was all attached, I glued the lace onto the back, then trimmed around to tidy it up.

This was so easy to make and took about 15 minutes.  Isn’t it lovely?

diy ribbon dream catcher |easy nursery decor| by A Dash of Mum(I had full intentions of taking my straight iron the the wrinkled ribbon pieces but… obviously I couldn’t be bothered lol)

I think it’s the perfect feminine piece for my little girl’s nursery.  I seriously love this pretty little dream catcher…

diy ribbon dream catcher |easy nursery decor| by A Dash of Mum

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