Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwe (Chippewa) people of North America, and have been a part of Native American traditions for generations. Originally, Dream catchers were woven on fresh Red Willow twigs using stinging nettle thread found in the stalk. Natural feathers, and everyday items were used along with one gemstone to each web referencing the belief that there is only one creator in the web of life.
This is a traditional style of Dream Catcher. With natural light brown as the dominate color, with grey accenting in the beads and feathers fading to a darker brown to provide contrast. This would make an excellent gift, or home decor item for a child's bedroom.
The Ojibwe people believed that the night air was filled with dreams, good and bad. It is thought that good dreams know the path to the dreamer and so they float through the web and flow down the feathers to the dreamer. Bad dreams are confused and get caught in the web until the first rays of sun evaporate them.
You will receive a product similar to those in the photos.
Due to the nature of natural products, color, size, and style may vary slightly from the photos listed.