This dreamcatcher reminds me of a birds nest. I’ts a small 3 inch grapevine hoop. Turquoise and Picture Jasper is woven into the web. Brass beads and antique colored clasps are attached with hemp cord.
Hemp cord is attached at the top with a brass bead for the hanger. I chose the peacock plumage feathers for this piece.
This dream catcher was made with a grapevine hoop. Pheasant, Parrot, Peacock, and Swan feathers are attached and wrapped with buckskin leather. Web features Mooakite Jasper in the middle. Brass and wooden beads hang from a buckskin leather strand at the top of the dreamcatcher.
Mookaite Jasper is said to be a protective stone. It represents balance and strength.
This beautiful handmade dreamcatcher was made using an 8 inch metal ring wrapped with buckskin leather. The web features bone beads, glass beads, Turquoise, Malachite, and Picture Jasper.
Turquoise is said to repel negative energy and Picture Jasper represents balance.
Glass pony beads capture the feathers on the leather strands.
This dream catcher was sold and now lives in New Jersey.
Dream Catchers are said to snare bad dreams at night until the sun rises up and washes them away.
This Large Dreamcatcher is 14 inches in diameter. A metal hoop was wrapped with white Buckskin leather and secured with white glass pony beads. The web was then made using synthetic sinew (waxed thread). White Marabou and Rooster hackle feathers hang from the leather with gold cone beads.
This lovely creation took about 5 hours to create from start to finish. I’m absolutely thrilled with it.
It is for sale on Etsy along with the rest of my creations: