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Originally,Native American Ojibway dreamcatchers (from one of the largest groups of Native Americans in the north of Mexico;they are the fourth-largest in the USA, surpassed only by Navajo,Cherokee and the Sioux) were made as a charm to protect sleeping children from nightmares.The legend is that the dreamcatcher will catch one’s dreams in the night.The bad dreams will get caught in the dreamcatcher’s webbing and disappear with the morning sun.Meanwhile,the good dreams will find their way to the
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center of the dreamcatcher and float down the feather.The Native American dreamcatcher is therefore considered a filter allowing only good,pleasant dreams to get through.Dreamcatchers are also believed to bless those who are sleeping with good luck and harmony.Dreamcatchers started to get popular in other Native American tribes (Cherokee, Lakota and Navajo).+++Kits:By Celinda:-Native American Digital scrapbook kit/2) North American Indian…/Flowers:by Creative Victorian Designs

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zanthia says:
Happy Easter !
wonderful page. Sorry for c/p but due to pc problems have not been able to get on
Apr 24, 2011
Micheline 1 says:
Véritable belle page encore et j'aime bien l'origine du capteur de rêves.

Salutations du Québec.xx
Apr 17, 2011
milliec says:
This is gorgeous!
Apr 16, 2011
Lindalou b says:
fabulous scrap, so sorry for c+p am miles behind x
Apr 16, 2011
gintercedes4u says:
All the elements here give such a feel for the culture. Great page!
Apr 16, 2011
Pelle says:
Fantastic page and info!!
Apr 16, 2011
debra 112233 says:
Wow stunning scrap and love the elements you have used.....absolutely wonderful!!!
Apr 16, 2011
Xguern66 says:
Beautiful creative page as usual - I just love your work Rose-Marie. I think we could all benefit from a dream-catcher I know there are some truly beautiful ones around.
Apr 15, 2011
Sk8tingmom says:
Very beautiful and so creative! Love the story of the dream catcher.
Apr 15, 2011
Nanny-G says:
Great page and history,
Apr 15, 2011
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