We use a variety of 3D frames to explode our dream catchers in three dimensions. Sometimes, we weave a path through the frames which brings about a twist in the surface. Some of them take on a character never before seen in dream catchers. Click here for instructions on how to make 3D dream catchers.
This one has a twist in the surface, and there are two separate surfaces. Each one, when viewed from one particular view, looks like a mardi gras mask. The materials for the one pictured include metallic thread in teal and magenta. Hanging in the middle is a small 2D dream catcher.