Before I left Brooklyn, some of the girls (Lena, Sarkilahti, Anne) and I had one last craft night for making dreamcatchers. They're totally addictive to make, as most good crafts are. I encourage you to google dreamcatcher videos and make one immediately. This kind of craft doesn't take much skill or time, and all you really need are some twigs from the yard and string and anything that can be improvised to hang from your piece. Rocks, shells, beads, feathers, whatever. The possibilities are endless. See Lena's here and Sarkilahti's here. Sarkilahti also blogged our craft night. We were inspired by Hikaru.
You know what I like even better than dreamcatchers? Tiny dreamcatchers. I made one the other day for my friend. I didn't put any beads or shells in the middle since I didn't have anything small enough, but I hung one of my Shelter Island shells from the side. I like to keep things minimal.