Mum mortified after her five-year-old daughter made a 'dreamcatcher' for her room… but that’s definitely not what it is | The Sun

IT'S always good to see kids being independent and taking matters into their own hands.

But when her five-year-old daughter told her she'd made a dreamcatcher for her bedroom, Renae Smiler wasn't expecting what she walked in to find.

Renae took to TikTok to share a video of exactly what her daughter had hung above her bed – and she got it from the bathroom cabinet.

"My five year old told me she made a dreamcatcher for her room," Renae wrote.

She then shared a video of her daughter's room, complete with a floral bedspread, before panning across to the "dreamcatcher".

However, instead of the traditional dreamcatcher – a handmade willow hoop with a net or web over the top – Renae walked in to find a tampon hanging from the headboard.

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It wasn't just a plain tampon, however – her daughter had decorated it with felt tip pens.

"Tampon DIY, I am so done…" Renae captioned her video.

"I mean, it’s def made to catch something.. but just not in that way," one person commented on the video.

"Close, but not quite…" Renae replied.

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"a dream absorber?? haha," another added.

"Very creative!" a third commented.

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With Renae writing: "I thought so too!"

"love this. Many uses, I made a nest with a few for Easter Bunny to leave eggs in as a kid haha," someone else laughed.

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