Giant Dream Catcher for Kid
"Kiona"

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  • dream-catcher-dimension
    43.3 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

    (Ditto for the color, which can also vary slightly) 

    A giant dream catcher for kids, a very large sage circle to accommodate a magnificent 12-branch web, symbolizing the calendar and the weather, and the eight inner branches symbolizing spiders, it will be most useful to keep you safe from bad dreams all year round. 

    Giant Dream Catcher for Kid: The interest for your kids 

    In addition to preserving the sleep your child, this spiritual object has a particular story (you will be able to read it below) that will give your child strange abilities to be more persistent and determined when they find themselves in difficult situations. 

    The finesse with which it has been made and the layout of its canvas allows it to last longer without damaging itself and therefore it can accompany your little girl or boy throughout their childhood.    

    Giant Dream Catcher for Kid: The golden journey  

    " Kiona" is the Ojibwa word that can most easily be translated as "golden hill". If it bears this name, it is not for nothing, it is because the story behind it has a meaning. 

    Like every civilization, the Lakota have "sacred unexplored territories", indeed, in South Dakota (the region where they lived), the climate and terrain are very dry, the land is quite poor, there is very little vegetation. But there were above all these famous "golden hills", now the Badland National Park (an incredible place that we greatly invite you to visit in your turn). 

    The rate of survival there is quite low due to the very steep slopes and the lack of water and plants. Nevertheless, the Lakota are people with a thirst for discovery. They decided to set up a "team" to send, five of the best warriors, accompanied by a shaman. 

    The few explorers left. And a few weeks later, only the shaman came back. According to him, it was this dreamed catcher he had made that saved him because everyone else died of thirst during the night. The story remains unclear but we know that this dream catcher was made in this extraordinary area.

    dream-catcher-dimension
    43.3 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

    (Ditto for the color, which can also vary slightly) 

    A giant dream catcher for kids, a very large sage circle to accommodate a magnificent 12-branch web, symbolizing the calendar and the weather, and the eight inner branches symbolizing spiders, it will be most useful to keep you safe from bad dreams all year round. 

    Giant Dream Catcher for Kid: The interest for your kids 

    In addition to preserving the sleep your child, this spiritual object has a particular story (you will be able to read it below) that will give your child strange abilities to be more persistent and determined when they find themselves in difficult situations. 

    The finesse with which it has been made and the layout of its canvas allows it to last longer without damaging itself and therefore it can accompany your little girl or boy throughout their childhood.    

    Giant Dream Catcher for Kid: The golden journey  

    " Kiona" is the Ojibwa word that can most easily be translated as "golden hill". If it bears this name, it is not for nothing, it is because the story behind it has a meaning. 

    Like every civilization, the Lakota have "sacred unexplored territories", indeed, in South Dakota (the region where they lived), the climate and terrain are very dry, the land is quite poor, there is very little vegetation. But there were above all these famous "golden hills", now the Badland National Park (an incredible place that we greatly invite you to visit in your turn). 

    The rate of survival there is quite low due to the very steep slopes and the lack of water and plants. Nevertheless, the Lakota are people with a thirst for discovery. They decided to set up a "team" to send, five of the best warriors, accompanied by a shaman. 

    The few explorers left. And a few weeks later, only the shaman came back. According to him, it was this dreamed catcher he had made that saved him because everyone else died of thirst during the night. The story remains unclear but we know that this dream catcher was made in this extraordinary area.


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