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How to make a God's Eye.The Ojo de Dios (Eye of God in Spanish) is woven with yarn and wood, often with several colors. The weaving of an Ojo de Dios is an ancient contemplative and spiritual practice for many indigenous peoples in the Americas, and beliefs surrounding them vary with location and history. Some people believe they were originally part of the sophisticated religion of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples.

God's Eye Craft Project

How to make a God's Eye.The Ojo de Dios (Eye of God in Spanish) is woven with yarn and wood, often with several colors

God's Eye Pins by Camp Smartypants, would be nice with mercerized cotton or embroidery floss

God’s Eye Pins by Camp Smartypants, would be nice with mercerized cotton or embroidery floss as ornaments for the tree? God’s Eye Pins by Camp Smartypants, would be nice with…

All you need is yarn and sticks for this simple God's Eye Tutorial! This is a fun and easy craft even kids can do! How to make God's Eye vintage style craft

How to Make God's Eye Tutorial

All you need is yarn and sticks for this simple God& Eye Tutorial! This is a fun and easy craft even kids can do! How to make God& Eye vintage style craft

Remember those simple little diamond shaped yarn weavings we all made at summer camp with just two popsicle sticks and a some colorful yarn? Who knew that god's eyes, which originated from Mexico's Huichol Indians, can be so beautifully complex, incredibly dramatic, and so wonderfully

DIY God's Eyes

Diamond shaped yarn weavings, two popsicle sticks and a some colorful yarn? god's eyes, which originated from Mexico's Huichol Indians,

Jay Mohler Updates the Traditional Craft of Homespun God’s Eyes to Create Elaborate Masterpieces

Jay Mohler‘s Ojos de Dios or “God’s Eye” mandalas update the craft often seen at sleepaway camps and elementary classrooms. Upwards of 15 colors of yarn are included in his elaborate mandalas, producing pieces that span up to 24 inches in diameter.

Easy yarn craft! Beautiful god's eyes, first created by Mexico's indigenous Huichol people, look complicated, but with a little practice, a few wooden dowels and some colorful yarn, you'll be sharing their positive, protective vibes with everyone who enters your home. Full tutorial here: http://www.ehow.com/how_6332001_god_s-eye-craft-instructions.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

These beautiful god's eyes look complicated, but with a little practice, a few wooden dowels and colorful yarn, you'll be making your own in no time.

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Roost God's Eye Ornaments

The traditions behind these lovely colorful weavings come from indigenous cultures in Mexico and throughout the Americas, where they were originally created to mark a celebration - especially a birth

God's Eye. Oh my gosh i remember making like hundreds of these at this camp of my...but they DID. NOT look this

Crafts and Creations: Gods’ Eyes There are many ways to do this craft, but I found that this was the easiest, especially if you are doing this with young ones.

How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern

Weaving Cute Baby Turtles Using God's Eye Weaving Pattern

How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern - cute craft stick weaving idea!

All that was needed to make a "God's Eye" was a couple popscicle sticks, a dab of glue and yarn. The question remains - who the heck thought these things represented God's Eye? Weird.

Muffin Tin Mom: Ojo De Dios or God's Eye Craft - Bear Elective Beat of the Drum requirement 4

Kids can make this classic God's Eye craft with scraps of colourful yarn and 2 sticks. Great activity for strengthening fine motor skills and co-ordination! - Happy Hooligans

Colourful God's Eye Craft - Weaving for Kids

Classic God's Eye Craft for Kids - fine motor, weaving, co-ordination and colour - Happy Hooligans