Pueblo-Inspired Dream Catcher Earrings
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Pueblo-Inspired Dream Catcher Earrings

Pueblo-Inspired Dream Catcher Earrings
Pueblo-Inspired Dream Catcher Earrings
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Get a taste of what's south of the border with these Pueblo-Inspired Dream Catcher Earrings. A silver circle encloses a turquoise bead framed by two silver feathers to create a modern take on the webbed dream catcher design of the tribes that are native to the Southwestern United States and modern-day Mexico. The silver and turquoise design with feather charms makes these tribal DIY earrings both beautiful and cultural. Learn how to make earrings that will take your jewelry collection a little further around the world in native style.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGemstone, Metal

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeEarrings

Difficulty LevelEasy

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This is seriously such a super cute pair of earrings! It would be really pretty to try and change the stone out with like a big crystal bead or something too for more sparkle )

This is a cute take of a dream catcher I remember when I was in high school. This is such a creative little piece with the turquoise stone and the cute little silver feathers to make a stylish little piece of a southwestern pair of earrings. Wear these simple to make earrings and you will have people talking. Must make a necklace to go with it. Anyone make one?

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