Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Dream Catcher

Anne Marie spent the day with me last week, and I had a craft for her. It is a dream catcher necklace. Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwe Indians. When placed near your bed at night, they are supposed the catch the bad dreams and only let the good ones through. I think she did a pretty god job making this one.


Do you have many dreams, and do you dream in color?

“God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams!” 
Ephesians 3

15 comments:

L. D. said...

It is a beautiful necklace just like the grand daughter. I bet she had fun putting that art piece together. I like the colors and the feathers too.

Ruth Hiebert said...

She's a creative young lady.

LV said...

She is so cute in her dream catcher. Yes, I have dreams and do not understand them. I tend to be going somewhere but cannot find my way back home. Guess I am just a lost sole.

Bobbi and Gracie said...

She did a great job! Oh my goodness she is growing up!! What a beautiful young lady your granddaughter has become.

Mildred said...

Anne Marie is growing up and is so pretty. I love the dream catcher she created. I know you enjoyed her visit so much.

I have a recurring dream of being back in high school and I cannot remember the combination to my locker! lol

Terra Hangen said...

She created a lovely dream catcher; a nice craft to do with her.

Ann said...

What a pretty necklace. She did a great job on that.
It seems that most of my dreams are of being at work. I don't really know if I dream in color or not.

Denise inVA said...

Anne Marie looks really cute and I am impressed she made her pretty necklace. I wish her nothing but the sweetest dreams :) I rarely remember my dreams.

Thanks for visiting my blog post on the Air and Space Museum Mural Ginny. That museum was built in 1976, the very first year I lived in America. I remember being in awe of it. I had never seen anything like it before.

From the Kitchen said...

Anne Marie is growing up so beautifully! I love the legend of the dream catcher.

Best,
Bonnie

Sandra said...

she looks like a beautiful young lady now. love the dream catcher and also her cute bag over her shoulder

Tamago said...

That is a beautiful dream catcher necklace she made! Anne Marie is very pretty wearing it!
I don't remember if I dream in color. Sometimes I think about keeping dream diary but I always forget :-)

Nancy Chan said...

Anne Marie is a beautiful young lady. The necklace is colourful!

reana claire said...

Looks good on her, Ginny, she is growing up to be a sweet young lady, for sure!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

It seems like it matches her tote!

Yes, I plan to run the half marathon. My 24 hour run is not until November!

Mildred said...

Ginny Hartzler has left a new comment on your post "Mailboxes":

Your pumpkins and Gourds are STUNNING!

Thank you Ginny for your comment. The same day that I photographed these pumpkins/gourds, I visited an antique store that has a Little Free Library near the entrance. Have you or Anne Marie seen any of these libraries around your area? (there is a map to locate one on my blog tonight)