Hand crocheted dream catchers. <3    Original Source: http://shop.lorimarie.com/product/bramble-berry-dreamcatcher

Hand crocheted dream catchers. <3 Original Source: http://shop.lorimarie.com/product/bramble-berry-dreamcatcher

Mandala color inspiration.  Pattern at: http://made-in-k-town.blogspot.de/2012/05/little-spring-mandala.html

Mandala color inspiration. Pattern at: http://made-in-k-town.blogspot.de/2012/05/little-spring-mandala.html

Mosaic Mandala.  This would be a really nice small table top.  It needs to be relatively flat to be used.  Love the colors and design.

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Mosaic Mandala. This would be a really nice small table top. It needs to be relatively flat to be used. Love the colors and design.

Woodland Wanderlust Native Woven Dreamcatcher. $55.00, via Etsy.

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Crochet Pot Holders … 2 Free Crochet Potholder Patterns (also make great nonstick pan protectors!) - Petals to Picots

Crochet Pot Holders … 2 Free Crochet Potholder Patterns (also make great nonstick pan protectors

Crochet Pot Holders … 2 Free Crochet Potholder Patterns (also make great nonstick pan protectors!) - Petals to Picots

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All you need is yarn and sticks for this simple God's Eye Tutorial! This is a fun and easy craft even kids can do! How to make God's Eye vintage style craft

How to Make God's Eye Tutorial

All you need is yarn and sticks for this simple God's Eye Tutorial! This is a fun and easy craft even kids can do! How to make God's Eye vintage style craft

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Originário da cultura indígena Huichol, do México, o Olho de deus ou Olho divino, é um objeto sagrado, uma oferenda que se faz aos deuses para pedir proteção. Na língua Huichol, o Olho de deus é chamado de Si kuli e significa: <br>.< poder de ver e compreender as coisas desconhecidas; <br>ver as coisas como elas realmente são>.

Originário da cultura indígena Huichol, do México, o Olho de deus ou Olho divino, é um objeto sagrado, uma oferenda que se faz aos deuses para pedir proteção. Na língua Huichol, o Olho de deus é chamado de Si kuli e significa: <br>.< poder de ver e compreender as coisas desconhecidas; <br>ver as coisas como elas realmente são>.

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