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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: red fire agate, goldstone, water buffalo bone pipe bead, howlite, jasper, buri nuts, real lava, grapevine, blue cats eye, robin feathers, coyote fur

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Description

This was an interesting and fun dream catcher to create. It's a different design than other 3-D ones I've made. Rather than a double hoop evenly spaced I formed a figure 8 and folded it over, then spaced the opening with a section of grapevine.

It measures about 9 inches by 9 inches not including the feather tail. The two toned web of black and yellow is stretched with fiber sinew on a hand harvested peeled wild grape vine.

The dream catcher is adorned with faceted red fire agate, goldstone, water buffalo bone pipe bead, howlite, jasper, buri nuts, real lava and blue cats eye. Hanging from the bottom and one side are two red breasted robin feathers kindly left in the grass by resident birds in my yard. A small tuft of coyote fur wraps one of the upper vine arms. White tailed deer leather wraps the spreading vine bar at the bottom.

Each dream catcher I create is unique onto itself. I use no pattern and none is like another. Attention to high quality materials (no glues, plastics or dyes) and craftsmanship are essential qualities to the crafting process. My intent it to construct a unique product that displays its natural elements clearly with style, flare and energy.

I have always loved creating things of beauty from natural materials that are filled with energy. All my life I have been fascinated by tribal craft from Native American to Viking, Celtic to the Asian continent and so on. Through the years I have studied and crafted many unique pieces of nature Art utilizing the many natural materials found in the wilderness, while holding the respect and memory of the people’s who brought these creative patterns through the ages. I see the practice of Nature Arts based upon ancient cultures to be a link, a bridge from today’s world to the world in-which once was; something to keep alive memory and the beauty of those cultures.

Thank you for taking the time to shop!
This was an interesting and fun dream catcher to create. It's a different design than other 3-D ones I've made. Rather than a double hoop evenly spaced I formed a figure 8 and folded it over, then spaced the opening with a section of grapevine.

It measures about 9 inches by 9 inches not including the feather tail. The two toned web of black and yellow is stretched with fiber sinew on a hand harvested peeled wild grape vine.

The dream catcher is adorned with faceted red fire agate, goldstone, water buffalo bone pipe bead, howlite, jasper, buri nuts, real lava and blue cats eye. Hanging from the bottom and one side are two red breasted robin feathers kindly left in the grass by resident birds in my yard. A small tuft of coyote fur wraps one of the upper vine arms. White tailed deer leather wraps the spreading vine bar at the bottom.

Each dream catcher I create is unique onto itself. I use no pattern and none is like another. Attention to high quality materials (no glues, plastics or dyes) and craftsmanship are essential qualities to the crafting process. My intent it to construct a unique product that displays its natural elements clearly with style, flare and energy.

I have always loved creating things of beauty from natural materials that are filled with energy. All my life I have been fascinated by tribal craft from Native American to Viking, Celtic to the Asian continent and so on. Through the years I have studied and crafted many unique pieces of nature Art utilizing the many natural materials found in the wilderness, while holding the respect and memory of the people’s who brought these creative patterns through the ages. I see the practice of Nature Arts based upon ancient cultures to be a link, a bridge from today’s world to the world in-which once was; something to keep alive memory and the beauty of those cultures.

Thank you for taking the time to shop!

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