Dream Catcher Stencil
North American Natives have long believed in the power of the dream catcher. The Ojibwe once believed that spiderwebs offered the protection of the Spider Woman, who cared for children, and so dream catchers were woven as protective charms and hung over children’s cradles. In modern culture, many believe the dream catcher catches bad dreams and keeps them from affecting a child. Whatever you believe, the dream catcher is a beautiful object that will add a touch of mystery and Native ambience to any décor, which is why our Dream Catcher stencil makes the perfect addition to all your DIY art and décor projects.
Our Dream Catcher template offers a bit of a twist on the traditional spiderweb design. The center of the dream catcher looks more like a woven flower and it is stunning. From the bottom of the catcher hangs beads and feathers in an intricate design. You can use Dream Catcher stencils in so many ways, because with the right paint, you can stencil in onto virtually any surface, and because we offer it in a wide range of sizes, including:
- 5” x 6”
- 8.5” x 11”
- 18” x 12”
- 24” x 18”
- 36” x 24”
- 48” x 32”
- 55” x 35”
Paint in onto the window in your child’s bedroom or create some wonderful art you can hang in every bedroom in your home. You can also create art to sell at craft shows. And if you combine the Dream Catcher stencil with other stencils that capture North American culture, such as the Eagle stencil, you can create something incredibly unique.
To paint the Dream Catcher design, all you need to do is choose the paint colors you like best, secure the stencil, and paint. Take care to preserve the fine detail of the design. Then you can clean the stencil and tuck it away or lend it to a friend. This stencil is durable and will serve you well for years to come.