Dream Catcher Tattoos

Dream Catcher Tattoos

Do you have bad dreams every night? Then you can benefit from having a dream catcher above your bed. But if you want to take one wherever you go, then you need to equip yourself with Dream Catcher tattoos. This is a colorful item that originated from the Native Americans. According to the Anishinabe or the “original” natives, we have a Spiderwoman to thank for the invention of the Dream Catcher. She visited infants in her tribe to decorate their cots with this woven protector. The eight sections of dream catcher tattoos are said to represent the eight legs of the Spiderwoman.

In the 1900s, most dream catchers had no feathers and other ornaments. But with the objective of entertaining babies, modern dream catchers have been designed with these embellishments. Now, tattoos of dream catchers are always seen with these additions. Dream catcher tattoos are perfect for any part of the body and the artist can draw a big image on your back or chest, or a medium-sized illustration on your arms or legs. If you want a subtle way of wearing dream catcher tattoos, you can have one drawn on your neck, wrist, or ankles. Because dream catcher tattoos are considered good for both genders, it’s an ideal option for people who want to keep nightmares at bay.




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