Our handmade Indian dream catchers

A Dream Catcher

is much more than a decorative object.

The dream is just beginning.

Dream catchers, these decorative, poetic and mystical objects exist in several types of models.

Indian Dream Catcher

These traditional Indian dream catchers are directly inspired by the first models designed by the Native American tribes. They will be ideal to decorate a room, above a headboard. Whether you buy it for its decorative or mystical side, these Indian dream catchers, true emblems of the Native American culture, will please children as well as adults. Our models will blend perfectly with all types of environments, from a living room to an exterior or even to decorate a car. They generally measure between 20 and 40 cm long.

Giant Dream Catcher

You want to have a dream catcher, but in XXL version? These giant dream catchers, inspired by Native American cultures, will perfectly decorate your home, whether in a bedroom, a living room, or even a balcony. A giant wall dream catcher usually measures between 50cm to 1.30m long!

Tree of Life Dreamcatcher

These Tree of Life Dreamcatchers are a more original and less common variation of the other models. They feature a tree of life instead of a canvas, an ancestral symbol of the force of life and its origins, and of the importance of roots and the development of life. It is the ideal archetype of the bohemian style, and they are specially designed as a decorative object.

Dream Catcher Kits

For the more manual types, this is an ideal gift. Mixing fun, mysticism and decoration, you will be able to use your creativity to design your own dream catcher in the manner of the Native American tribes who have done it for hundreds of years!

For the curious

The Legend of the Dreamcatcher

See this model of wooden dream catcher

The origin of dream catchers, these mythical and spiritual objects


At the beginning, they were created by the Amerindians. The dream catchers exist nowadays in many different forms, colors, sizes, number of rings, feathers and beads - all features vary from one model to another. Originally it was just a circle in willow (a soft wood) on which magic ornaments were placed; the role of the beads and feathers.

A dream catcher or dream catcher is a "amulet" usually handmade, whose base is traditionally a willow wood hoop, with a net inside matched with feathers and beads. According to popular belief, its function is to filter people's dreams, allowing only positive dreams and visions to pass through; the dreams that are not remembered are those that slowly descend into the feathers. Nightmares are trapped in the beads in the net and the next morning they are burned in the light of day so that they do not come true.

Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwa tribe and were popularized between 1960 and 1970 by the little-known "Pan American Indianism" movement that spread throughout the United States during that period, with the goal of promoting unity among Native American groups.

Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwa tribe and were popularized between 1960 and 1970 by the little-known "Pan American Indianism" movement that spread during that period in the United States, which aimed to promote unity among Native American groups.

Dream-Catcher.us team

Founder of the dream-catcher.us website and Ojibwe culture expert.

Co-founder of dream-catcher.us
JEWEL COOPER

Responsible for inventory management and intermediary with Amerindian suppliers.

Responsible for inventory
LINDSAY J. BROWN

Graphic manager of the company's website and responsible for maintenance.

Andrea madden graphic manager
ANDREA MADDEN