Fun finery for the home

Helena, Montana On Etsy since 2017


Fun finery for the home

Helena, Montana | 4 Sales

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Last updated on Jan 2, 2018

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Last updated on Dec 20, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

Custom orders will be charged $50 + standard price and require 4 weeks for production.

Where should I hang my Dreamcatcher?

I would suggest hanging your dreamcatcher in a safe, somewhat permanent location. These are well made works- however, they are fragile, some yarns and feathers have a light quality to them, and handling them often will affect their appearance. Children and animals love dreamcatchers, consider hanging yours in a place it can be enjoyed without frequent handling.

Care instructions

spot clean as needed using a damp cloth and lightly blot, supporting the fibers with your hand covered with a towel. Air dry. lint rollers do a great job removing dust and hair, be careful and intentional when lint rolling near the bottom of the dreamcatcher. You can lightly shake off the dust. I do not recommend using a vacuum.
With time and wear, some fibers will loosen. You may have to trim your piece to revive the ends. Using scissors intended for cutting fibers (not bathroom scissors, or children’s scissors). hold the piece of yarn you'd like to trim and carefully cut a small amount- you can always cut more, but you can never put back. I recommend trimming no more than ¼ of an inch at a time.

My Dreamcatcher arrived! Now what?

When you unpackage your dreamcatcher, have a secure nail ready and hang as soon as possible. Use your fingers as a comb to gently straighten out and arrange the yarns and feathers. The front of the dreamcatcher has a raised knot where the yarn attaches to the wrapped wire hoop- the backside is a sunken “v."