This beautiful Navajo Dream Catcher can always be seen at any time of day with its glow in the dark beads and feathers.
Made with glow in the dark phosphor, the dream catcher's glow can be recharged under sunlight or UV light.
Dream catchers, with their spider web-like hoops, are believed to be able to protect its owners by trapping bad dreams and other dangers present in the air.
Each component of this dream catcher has special meanings and functions.
The Hoop: The dream catcher's hoop serves primarily as a frame for the web. Some also believe it represents the circle of life.
The Web: Traditionally patterned after a spider’s web, the web is said to catch bad dreams and keep them from entering the dreamer’s head.
Feathers: Many believe feathers provide a soft ladder for good dreams to glide down and gently enter the dreamer’s mind.
Beads: Beads can represent the spiders that made the web. Many beads or hanging beads can represent good dreams that were trapped during sleep.
Materials: Feathers, Yarn, Glow in the Dark Beads
Length: 40cm (15.7")
Hoop Diameter: 11cm (4.3")
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