Dreamcatchers are part of Native American tradition and have been around for generations. They are traditionally made to protect people by catching their bad dreams while letting the good ones come through. It is said that the bad dreams get caught up in the web during the night and once the sun rises and shines on the dream catcher, they get destroyed.
Our dreamcatchers are all handmade by the magical hands of Aylin, a lady artisan in the province of Izmir, Turkey. Each one of them has a unique design and features, ranging from fairy style dreamcatcher to raw, natural beauty.
Born in our imagination and brought to life by our artisan, they are made with love and prayers, following the ancient Native American tradition.
A dreamcatcher takes approximately 5 hours and a lot of patience to finish and is considered as a unique piece of Artwork.