Handmade Macrame Dreamcatcher
Dream catcher originated in the North American tribe formerly known as the Ojibwe. It is one of the most popular gift items in American Southwest.
Among the local American Indians,Dream catcher is used to filtrate dreams. A bad dream would be caught in the net, and good dreams would slip quietly through the center hole and then slid into the sleeper's mind. In the morning, the sun would hit the dream catcher and burn away the bad dreams.
It's also a wonderful decoration for your wedding, home, and studio etc.
Hang it over the mantel, make it your headboard, or the backdrop to your wedding ceremony. Adorable for any nursery.
- Material: Cotton
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