Projects : Dream Catcher



dreamcatcher
ˈdriːmkatʃə(r)/
noun
noun: dream-catcher
  1. a small hoop containing a horsehair mesh decorated with feathers and beads, believed by American Indians to give its owner good dreams.




Dreamcatchers originated with the Ojibwe people, who wove these magical webs from willow hoops and sinew. The hoop represents the travel of giizis, the sun, through the sky. At night, the hole in the center only lets bawedjige, good dreams, pass. Bawedjigewin, bad dreams, are trapped in the web, and dispelled at the first light of morning.( source : Wikihow)


I'm cleaning my wish list recently, one of the thing that i want to experience from is to make 
a Dream Catcher . 
Just came about to bought a starter kit at Typo, KLCC. 
All the material was included in the kit and I just putting them all up effortless.


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