Dream Catcher Part Deux

Back in June, I highlighted our new Dream Catcher for our bedroom. Not only did I fall in love with the symbolism and beauty of the dream catcher, but so did my 5 year old son. He begged for one of his own, as he wanted to make sure that he only had sweet dreams.  Although I love the one in our bedroom, I didn’t necessarily want to spend that much $$ on my son’s (is that selfish?).  So I searched and dug, until I found this one! Same type of look and feel, but a fraction of the price!

 

White, feathers and crystals: the perfect trio.

White, feathers and crystals: the perfect trio.

Funny enough, Cruzzie asked me "How does the dream catcher work? How does it capture my nightmares?" STUMPED ME. "Magic???"

Funny enough, Cruzzie asked me “How does the dream catcher work? How does it capture my nightmares?” STUMPED ME. “Magic???”

Cruzzie has now requested that he have one in each of the bedrooms / closets that he sleeps in (the "bedroom" in Florida at his grandparents house, Oregon home, etc...)

Cruzzie has now requested that he have one in each of the bedrooms / closets that he sleeps in (grandparents’ homes, etc.)

Intricacy

Intricacy of the web.

Don't mind my stumpy hand, just wanted to show you the size of the catcher.

Don’t mind my stumpy wrinkled hand, just wanted to show you the size of the catcher.

The window.

The window. Dream catcher on the right side.

 

We bought it from Line and Label, a great store in Greenpoint! Here is the link for the dream catcher! Sweet dreams to all!

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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4 Comments

  1. I love these and ended up buying one after your last post! Truly amazing decorative pieces.

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