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5″ Light Purple ‘Sweet Dreams’ Dream Catcher

£ 17.50 £ 12.50

  • EUR: € 14.05
  • USA: $ 15.89
  • AUD: $ 22.87
  • CAD: $ 20.33

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Handmade Dream Catcher

5″ (125mm) Dream Catcher. The metal ring is wrapped with lavender yarn, with a light purple waxed cotton webbing. Silver-tone star charms have added to the webbing, and a silver-tone moon charm to the ring. Silver-tone 6mm acrylic letter beads have been hand-stitched onto the ring to spell ‘Sweet Dreams’. Three feather drops made using light purple waxed cotton, with light purple and white feathers attached to each.

Dream Catchers are intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams through. The positive dreams slip through the hole in the centre of the Dream Catcher, and glide down the feathers to the sleeping person below. The negative dreams get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun strike them.

Our Dream Catchers are for decorative purposes only. Please ensure that if they are to be used for small children, they are hung out of their reach, due to small parts which could cause choking

This dream catcher is made, ready to be dispatched; usually within 3 working days

Custom Dream Catchers can be made upon request. Please message us including your preference of colours for the ring, webbing, and feathers, and if any beads or charms are to be added. We will try to accommodate your wishes

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In 2011 I started getting tired and having awful pains in my right shoulder, as well as widespread aches and pains. I put it down to being a single mum, and trying to hold down a job, as well as getting older. By January 2012, my shoulder pain was enough to put me on long-term sick. After numerous visits to the GP, in the June I finally got an MRI which showed arthritis in the shoulder. Physio/injections followed, but nothing helped, and the pain elsewhere continued to worsen. August 2012 I got the diagnosis for Fibromyalgia. In Dec 2012 I had an op on my shoulder, where they shaved 2 of my bones and removed part of my shoulder blade. The op was unsuccessful, and I still get excrutiating pain.  I have also been diagnosed with IBS, and suffer with Panic and Anxiety attacks. 2018 has brought a further diagnosis of Functional Neurological Disorder

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