Bad dreams will be blinded by this captivating bright-look rainbow From The Wilderness dream-catcher.
The dream-catcher hoop is about 12cm wide, the length of the dream catcher from the top to the bottom is 35cm (although lengths will vary slightly).
The dream-catcher is a Native American tradition used as a charm to protect sleeping children from nightmares. Representing spider webs, they were usually hung from the hoop of a child's cradle board, and it was said that 'they catch and hold everything evil as a spider's web catches and holds everything that comes into contact with it'
"Dream-catchers allow good dreams to pass through the web and down to the sleeper, whilst bad dreams get caught in the web and disappear with the coming of daylight"
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