Dreamcatchers originate in native American cultures and are said to bring protection against harm and evil influences. It was said that dreamcatchers "caught any harm that might be in the air as a spider's web catches and holds of whatever comes in contact with it."
A dreamcatcher is a web or net woven around a hoop and often includes sacred items such as feathers and beads. Nowadays dreamcatchers represent good luck, hope, and healing and you often see them hung around homes. They are also a beautiful decoration for your office or home.
Dreamcatchers are a great way to channel your energy, relax and let go of any worries.
So, if you are curious to learn and make your own dreamcatcher, join us on Saturday 6th July!
You will be guided on the technique of creating a web, and will be provided with a variety of decorative items so you can make a dreamcatcher that is perfect for you!
If you have anything special; a trinket, a souvenir, a memory that you want to retain or a sacred item that you would like to include in the dreamcatcher feel free to bring them along.
Examples include shells you have collected on the beach, a small toy from your childhood, a present from a loved one, a gemstone e.t.c.,
In this two hour workshop, all participants will create a dreamcatcher to take home with them and will try different techniques to create a variety of decorations.