The Dream Catcher Story: The dream catcher is to be hung by the window or at the head of your bed. Traditional beliefs hold that dreams come from outside ourselves. Thus the dream catcher is meant to act as a spider web and catch the good dreams to ease us through the day. The bad dreams pass through the hole in the center to be burned up by the rays of the sun. The feathers symbolize air or the breath of life.
This Dream Catcher is handmade on the Navajo Reservation and is guaranteed to be authentic American Indian Art. Purchase of this dream catcher helps to employ over twenty-five Native artists.
Each dream catcher hangs approximately 12" from the top of the hanging loop to the bottom of the lowest hanging feather.
This listing is for ONE dream catcher in the color of your choosing, all other items shown in listing photos are not included.