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Feather and beads Turquoise Dreamcatcher

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Feather and beads Turquoise Dreamcatcher Dream catchers are a beautiful and meaningful addition to any bedroom. But have you ever wondered where they come from and what they're used for?

Original price was: $25.00.Current price is: $20.00.

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Feather and beads Turquoise Dreamcatcher

Dream catchers are a beautiful and meaningful addition to any bedroom. But have you ever wondered where they come from and what they’re used for?

Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwe (also known as Chippewa) Native American tribe. According to legend, dream catchers were created by grandmothers to protect their grandchildren from bad dreams and evil spirits. They believed that good dreams would pass through the web and slide down the feathers to the sleeping child, while bad dreams would get caught in the web and disappear at dawn.

Traditionally, dream catchers are made with a hoop, a web, and feathers. The hoop represents the circle of life, the web represents the connections between all things, and the feathers represent the breath of life. The dream catcher is usually hung above a bed or in a doorway to catch any bad dreams or negative energy that might try to enter.

Today, dream catchers are still used for their original purpose, but they’ve also become a popular decorative item. They come in all sorts of colors, sizes, and materials, so you can find one that fits your personal style. Whether you’re looking for a meaningful gift or a beautiful addition to your home, a dream catcher is a great choice.

So why not give a Feather and beads Turquoise Dreamcather a try? You might just find that it brings you sweeter dreams and a more peaceful sleep. And who knows, you might just start a new tradition in your family!

  • Size Approximately 800 x 25cm – can be adjusted as well

 

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