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Originating with the Ojibwa, Chippewa, tribe and spreading through Native American tribes, dreamcatchers are made to catch bad dreams in the web to perish at dawn while good dreams, knowing the way through, pass through the web and are carried to the dreamer. They are traditionally hung near babies and were originally made with willow branches and sinew which would collapse when the child got older.

My dreamcatchers may not follow standard tradition, but they are special to me anyhow. Each one is made with thought and intention and hope that it will find its way to a magnificent dreamer.

This dreamcatcher is made with teal and black leather laces wrapped around a 5 inch metal ring. The web is woven with string and adorned with kyanite colored quartz stones and silver beads to help in the capturing of those wicked dreams. Hanging from it is blue shell, silver beads, kyanite colored quartz, wisps of peacock feathers, and a dragonfly charm. I will also include a small suction cup hook if you’d like to hang it in a window.

Please convo me if you have special requests for a personalized dreamcatcher. Thank you for looking!

A Touch of Peacock

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: leather lace, 5 inch metal frame, silver wire and beads, blue dyed shell, kyanite colored quartz, dragonfly charm, parts of a peacock feather
  • Feedback: 16 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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