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Weave Dream’s with Joybox Dreams – A session with Ritika Krunal Makwana

Dreams are what drive us to accomplish certain feats in our lives. Dreams have always been an integral part of human understanding of the universe. Therefore, it becomes equally important for us to understand the power and effect of both good and bad dreams. Dreamcatchers have been in the mainstream for a long time just because of a belief that they bring to you positive and soothing dreams by driving away from the negative ones. 

So in the quest to provide our Circle family with some amazing learning experiences, The Circle Community brought a highly informative and interactive workshop session with expert artist Ritika Krunal Makwana.

About The Artist

Ritika runs a brand named ‘Joybox Dreams’ where she creates magnificent dreamcatchers. She is a self-taught artist who started her journey in 2017. She decided to share her experiences by teaching people to create their own dreamcatchers and fill their lives with positive dreams. Ritika successfully converted her passion into a promising and worthy profession.

And The Workshop Began

The workshop started with a brief introduction to Ritika Makwana. Attendees here got a chance to know about the artist in a better way.  The session was carried out in such a way that the lack of materials didn’t pose a barrier. She made sure that interaction should be in a very advantageous way for the people in the session. Ritika went on to explain the significance of using a broader medium of rotating materials to cover the hoop and some more useful tricks and tips. The session was highly interactive and energetic. Ritika explained each and every step in a very detailed manner, thus making the learning process as convenient as possible. Since the beginning, the workshop session was quite intriguing and interesting, making it a fun experience for the participants.

Towards The End Of The Workshop

Ritika shared some very useful tips and points to keep in mind while creating a  dreamcatcher. Not to mention, the participants were delighted and glad towards the end of the workshop.

Ritika then finally showed the way to add the threads and silver beads that constitute an important part of this art.

In the end, every attendee was successfully able to create their own dreamcatcher. The artist and the audience both enjoyed this art workshop to their fullest. A gleam of satisfaction could be clearly seen on their faces.

The attendees were from different parts of the country and consisted of various age groups. But honestly, this didn’t stop them from loving the, which eventually brought them to one platform – The Rooftop Community. Rooftop, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together.

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!

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