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This is a beautiful, one of a kind piece of art. This is my hippy/boho interpretation of a traditional dream catcher. The colors of this dream catcher remind me of chasing fireflies in the dark. The hoop that holds the webbing is 6 inches in diameter. The hoop is covered in a batik fabric that has hues of dark blue, green and turquoise. The webbing is made out of earth friendly hemp and holds an oh-so-cute wooden star button and swirls of blue, turquoise and green glass beads. Hanging from the dream catcher are six beautiful, hand made fabric feathers cut from cotton batik fabric. They are stitched down the middle and hold a thin wire which allows you to gently shape the feather. The purposeful exclusion of leather or real feathers makes this dream catcher vegan. Whether you are buying this for yourself or as a gift, this dream catcher will add a feeling of bohemian whimsy to any space it is hung in. What a beautiful way to add a piece of nature and trainquility to your home.

Dream catchers are traditionally given to families with new babies to be hung above the infants crib. The dream catcher filters dreams; bad dreams get caught in the bed and the sweet dreams travel down the tail, through the feather, to the baby. The morning sun burns the bad dreams that were caught within the webbing. Inspired by my own infant daughter, I know your little one will love to stare at the dream catcher as it moves softly in the wind as they drift off to sleep. No one can force someone else to fall asleep; we can only hope to teach our children how to calm their mind and body in a way that allows them to peacefully enter the realm of sleep.

This is a popular gift for baby shower's (always the most unique gift received!) and for children having trouble with bad dreams. Young children believe in magical thinking, giving them a dream catcher to snatch their bad dreams is a creative way to help them get better sleep. Also a great gift for a friend going through some tough times, or someone who you want to inspire to dream big" and "follow their dreams". Perfect for that person who has everything but appreciates fine craftsmenship and beautiful eye candy. I am more then happy to include a personal note and/or the poem below if you are shipping this directly to someone, just let me know!
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The dream net has been made
For many generations
Where spirit dreams have played.
Hung above the cradle board,
Or in the lodge up high,
The dream net catches bad dreams,
While good dreams slip on by.
Bad dreams become entangled
Among the sinew thread.
Good dreams slip through the center hole,
While you dream upon your bed.
This is an ancient legend,
Since dreams will never cease,
Hang this dream net above your bed,
Dream on, and be at peace.

(Author Unknown)

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Please note that this is not intended to be a toy and should be hung out of reach of children.

Made lovingly and stored carefully in my smoke free home.

Please send me a message if you live outside the USA and would like a quote on shipping.

All purchases include a tea cup hook and translusent thread for hanging.

Batik Dream Catcher- Firefly - fabric feathers - upcycled - boho - turquoise - navy blue - green- vegan

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, hemp, glass beads, feather, love, fabric feather, batik, 6 inch hoop
  • Feedback: 127 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from New Hampshire, United States.
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