6" Large Fancy Dream Catcher
Handmade by Artisan Rebecca Wood
Each Dream Catcher is unique and comes with an attached Information Card
From our Purveyor of Native American Made:
OutWest opened it's doors to our local community in late July 2009. Since then, we've been amazed by the number of talented artisans, performers, writers, and designers that have come through our doors. Many are Native American, including the creator of many of our dream catchers, Rebecca Wood. Ms. Wood is Cherokee. Each time she appears at our door she has a new assortment of dream catchers of all sizes and designs. One-of-a-kind, unique, handcrafted.
- Circle: 6.5"
- Feathers: White with beads
- Decorated with Navajo wool and glass beads
- Length: from top of Dream Catcher to bottom of black feather:
- Approximately 19"
Each of Rebecca Wood's Dream Catchers comes with this tag:
"Native Americans believe that the night air is filled with good and bad spirits while you sleep. The dream catcher catches and traps the evil ones in its web and allows the good ones through the center. It said that the trapped evil spirits disappear as soon as the sun rises in the morning and that having them gone helps steer away their negative influence in your life and allows the good ones to pass through so you can sleep well and receive messages from your Creator in your dreams. I was taught how to make dream catchers by my mother who was taught by her mother. We are Cherokee women keeping our tradition alive."