Dream Catcher Artists

Northern Nights Dreamcatchers Leather-wrapped American Indian dreamcatchers made by a Cree woman. Core Designs Dreamcatchers This Ojibway man decorates his dreamcatchers with totem animals and small stones, a common modern tradition. North American Indian Dream Catchers These Cree dreamcatchers are

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The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990

The law states in part: “It is unlawful to offer or display for sale or sell any good, with or without a Government trademark, in a manner that falsely suggests it is Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product

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Make a Dream Catcher for Kids

Supplies to get started: paper plate yarn, any color hole puncher craft beads craft feathers color markers scissors   Instructions: 1. Begin by cutting in the center of the paper plate. Leave a rim of 2 inches all around the

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How to Make a Dream Catcher

1. Using 2 – 6 ft. of soaked willow (or grapevine), carefully bend the vine around to form a circle with a 3 – 8 in. diameter. You decide on the diameter, but traditionally dream catchers are no 2. Twist

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