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Succulent Dream Catcher by Ashte on DeviantArt

Description Dreamcatcher from a succulent garden Already sold, but I remember it warmly - maybe I will repeat it one day? In shades of aquamarine window or wall decoration for a lover of succulents and cacti. Hand-woven grapevine and birch wreath - decorated with artificial succulents, natural feathers, wooden cubes, ceramic and glass beads and cat's eye stone bead. Cat's eye stone cleans and illuminates the energy of the home, supporting the work of this plant catcher of dreams. Please…

Here's How to Make a Dream Catcher in 5 Simple Steps - Craft Cue

Having bad dreams lately? Do away with them, with a simple dream catcher. Let CraftCue show you how to make your own dream catcher.

How to Make a Dreamcatcher: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

How to Make a Dreamcatcher: When dreamcatchers were first introduced, the Ojibwe people used willow hoops and sinew cord made from plants. The dreamcatcher is a circle because it represent the sun and the moon. The Ojibwe believed that a dreamcatcher could affect a person's dr…

The dream catcher originated in the 18th century. Indians used it to capture good dreams they believed that both good and bad dreams fill the air at night. Dream catcher acts like a spider's web by trapping the bad dreams and filters good dreams. Good dreams gently flow down from the feathers to reach the sleeping people, take people into sweet dreams and comfortable sleep. #dreamcather #macramewallhanging #diyproject #walldecor #handmade

We’ve been loving our studies of Native American cultures with Oak Meadow 3. Y’all know me, and know that I don’t always follow everything by the book; so when the syllabus said to make a dream catcher with the kids from common household stuff (paper plates and the like) I decided it would be fun …

If you're studying Native American cultures in your homeschool, try making a dream catcher as part of your study! This tutorial will give you the information