Chandelier, Dream Catcher, Ojas De Dios5 Lessons
The DREAM CATCHER is one of the most widespread symbols associated with Native American culture. It's Commonly believed that the iconic hoop-and-wed form is meant to protect sleepers from bad dreams by "catching" them, while letting good dream the feathers, hence the name.
Mandala Mexican and Mexican American communities traditionally made colourful God's eyes (or Ojos de Dios) to watch over them. They are woven onto crisscrossing sticks, that are joined at the center. The Center eye represens the sun and stands for the power of seeing and understanding things we normally cannot see.
Pajaki (pah-yonk-ee) are traditional CHANDELIER from Poland that are made at the around the beginning of spring and are believed to bring luck. Chickpeas are used as beads and a special type of hollow straw is used form the structure. Lace and string are used to tie it all together. Pajaki is decorated with flowers, pom-poms, tassels colorful paper and more