Native Americans of the Great Plains believe the air is filled with both good and bad dreams. Historically, dream catchers were hung in the tipi or lodge and near the cradle of a baby. According to legend, the good dreams pass through the center hole to the sleeping person. The bad dreams are trapped in the web where they perish in the light of dawn.
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This beaded dreamcatcher is stunning with natural feathers and various larger beads. Within th..
This is a magnificent dreamcatcher! It measures 24" long and features a different colored bead..
This amazing piece is new to our line of dreamcatchers. The color alone is breathtaking, then ..
This unusual dreamcatcher has been made with tightly wrapped berry red faux suede. The webs interi..
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The vibrant colors of the chakras have been woven into the web of this energizing dreamcatcher. Col..
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A wonderfully colorful rainbow dream catcher in the shape of the crescent moon with variously color..
The center of this delightful black and white Dreamcatcher has been woven into the symbol of the Yin..