Dream Catchers have become somewhat ubiquitous over the last few years. I have been making them for more than 2 decades now.
I am an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. While dream catchers are not traditional to my tribe, they have become somewhat traditional for the mix of cultures that has become traditional when American Indians come together, in places like powwows and other intertribal gatherings.
The dream catchers I make are not, by any stretch of the imagination, traditional. But this blend of old and new is a hallmark of Native artists – our people have a history of using all the tools and materials available to them, and adapting to changing times.
These kits are for a 5″ diameter dream catcher. Please enter one or two colors in the box and I will choose the materials in those colors for you. $25.
Kits contain all materials, just add scissors, superglue, and possibly a clothespin or binder clip. Instructions also included – I’ve used these instructions with children as young as 7 and with all sizes of groups.
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