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I like to use natural things in the making of my dream catchers. Most of my dream catchers are made with grapevine, but I also use willow, devil's claw and antlers. The grapevine is wild and was selectively gathered so the birds and animals were not deprived of food or shelter. The beads are glass, bone, wood, metal or horn. For ornamentation I use a variety of shells, semi-precious stones, bears or other small animal beads. The winged ones provide a bounty of beautiful feathers in many different shapes, sizes and colors. (You will not find metal rings, plastic beads or glue on my dream catchers.) All feathers are hand tied. I have been making these for 20 years and I love doing it.

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  • Joined February 6, 2010

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Natural items gathered from the forest and beach

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About

I like to use natural things in the making of my dream catchers. Most of my dream catchers are made with grapevine, but I also use willow, devil's claw and antlers. The grapevine is wild and was selectively gathered so the birds and animals were not deprived of food or shelter. The beads are glass, bone, wood, metal or horn. For ornamentation I use a variety of shells, semi-precious stones, bears or other small animal beads. The winged ones provide a bounty of beautiful feathers in many different shapes, sizes and colors. (You will not find metal rings, plastic beads or glue on my dream catchers.) All feathers are hand tied. I have been making these for 20 years and I love doing it.

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