IRISH DREAM CATCHER – Send the bad dreams packing; Use the good ones!

$25.00

The Dream Catcher originated with  the Ojibwes, a Native American tribe in Canada and the midwestern part of the U.S. It is called the Irish Dream Catcher here because of the Trinity Knot being the charm.  As a Native American legend is told, by hanging a dream catcher over your sleeping area the bad dreams will be deterred by the beads and the feathers will attract the good dreams and let them pass through. A lovely piece of Native American and Irish culture. It is 24″ tall and 12″ wide. A great addition to your bedroom.

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The Dream Catcher originated with  the Ojibwes, a Native American tribe in Canada and the midwestern part of the U.S. It is called the Irish Dream Catcher here because of the Trinity Knot being the charm.  As a Native American legend is told, by hanging a dream catcher over your sleeping area the bad dreams will be deterred by the beads and the feathers will attract the good dreams and let them pass through. A lovely piece of Native American and Irish culture. It is 24″ tall and 12″ wide. A great addition to your bedroom. FREE U.S. shipping and no hassle returns.

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