Are you searching for an unusual dreamcatcher in a specific color or theme? Or a unique way to welcome a new baby into the world? Mark a graduate's hard work and accomplishment? Celebrate a wedding of friends? Custom-made dreamcatchers make exceptional one-of-a-kind gifts and design possibilities are limited only by the imagination. Contact me and together we'll design a dreamcatcher every bit as unique as you are.
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Otomi Indian traditional- styled neckpiece replica with macaw feathers and cowry shells and choker is made from macraméd hemp. This piece was commissioned for use as a teaching aid and for dance regalia as was the parrot feathered Aztec head dress shown at far right.
Sentiment & Symbolism
The Vine Dreamcatcher shown here is my personal dreamcatcher and one of the first I ever made. It has a teardrop muscadine vine hoop with a snow-white quartz arrowhead in the center. One I found myself, unbroken and in pristine condition- a rarity for something that could be thousands of years old!
When I need to clear my mind and mull things over, I tend to wander, mostly in the woods. This arrowhead, like so many I have found, only revealed itself after I'd made a determination on whatever the issue had been, as if saying, "Okay, here's your sign. Now go make it happen." I put it on my dreamcatcher as a symbol of Grace that touches my life when I manage to let go my "ego" and let God/The Universe/The Great Spirit light the way.
To remind me that expecting different results to the repeated application of identical rationalizations is the epitomy of insanity, I weaved three wedding bands of marriages past, two ended by choice, one by cancer.
The feathers hold special significance as well. The *Pink Flamingo feathers represent my Parrot Head loyalties and were given to me by a close friend of my daughter's. The two center feathers are *Red-tailed Hawk & Great Blue Heron.
* Due to strict state & federal regulations prohibiting the sale of wild bird feathers, I do not use exotic feathers in any of the dreamcatchers I sell. However, if you have feathers of your own that you would like to have added to a dreamcatcher, I will gladly oblige.