Dreamcatcher wall decor
This lovely handcrafted dream catcher is braided with a long-lasting wax covered thread and constructed from natural cane.
They’re wrapped and braided by Nepalese artists using ancient techniques, and they’re frequently embellished with beads, crystals, and stones.
Features of the product: Measures 3 inches x 11 inches
Socially responsible products that empower consumers to purchase according to their principles and help alleviate poverty, are ethically handmade in Nepal.
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The Backstory to the Art:
Dream Catchers are also known as Sacred Hoops. The Dream Catcher originated with the Ojibwe Native American tribe, where it was used as a talisman to protect sleepers of all ages from evil nightmares. It was once thought that the shape of a circle signified the circle of life and the movements of the sun and moon across the sky.
Dream catchers, which are woven like a spider web, are intended to catch bad dreams during the night and hold them there until the morning sun can burn them away. The strands that hang below are said to carry good dreams down to the tranquil sleeper.