Golden dreamcatcher temporary tattoo 16,5cm
Large golden tattoo representing a geometrical and stylized nightmare catcher. You can put it everywhere on your body. Gold temporary tattoos reflect the light and glitter on the skin. They look great in the evening or in the summer.
Beautiful tattoos to wear as jewelry.
1 golden board 16,5 * 7,5 cm.
Board of temporary tattoos
Size of the board : 16,5 * 7,5 cm.
Very good holding.
A geometrical drawing really very stylish.
100% natural tattoos
Tattoos based on vegetable inks and non-toxic.
Tips for applying a decalco with water
Apply to the skin with a little water for 30 seconds pressing firmly and remove with baby oil or a Tattoo Gone wipe for easy cleaning without rubbing.
We offer many golden models: flowers, lower backs, majestic tigers or complete boards. They are real skin jewels. They are perfect for parties of course but also stand out on tanned skin during the summer.
You can also try silver or glitter tattoos.
In Native American culture, a dream catcher is a handcrafted object made of a ring, usually made of willow, and a loose net. The decorations that compose it are different for each dream catcher. Acting as a filter, it keeps the beautiful images of the night and burns the bad ones at the first light of the day.
Huron legend of the dream catcher
A long time ago, when the world was still young, in a native village, an Amerindian slept with his brothers and sisters in their longhouse.
One day, the man went hunting for food for the coming moons. He went far away to find a moose drinking pure spring water from the mountain. He crossed rivers and streams with courage and determination, without seeing any deer or moose in the area. He then decided to leave for a mountain, thinking that the meal would soon be served. On the way, he saw a huge cave in which any animal could be found. He entered the cave and put all his hopes on it.
In the cave, the moose was absent. Instead, a malevolent spirit was there. The man felt uneasy, certain of a dark presence in these depths. Then a beast appeared. Blood-colored eyes, hair as black as night, a snub nose and fangs ready to bite flesh. The man jumped and fled in panic, leaving his bow behind, with a tiny glimmer of hope of staying alive.
Back in the village, the man was empty. No food, no weapons to hunt other beasts. And he was terrified of going back to the hunt.
That night, he couldn't sleep. As soon as he fell asleep, he could still see those two blood-colored eyes staring at him and the black-haired beast ready to devour him. The next night he tried to sleep again, but to no avail. Night after night, moon after moon, the man could no longer sleep peacefully. The spirit of the beast with the bloody eyes haunted him. Several suns passed and nothing changed.
One night, the man got up after a nightmare. He left the village and headed for the forest. But, exhausted, he fell asleep on the ground covered with branches.
The next day at dawn, the man woke up impressed: he had not had a nightmare. He looked up and saw a spider's web with morning dew beading on it.
The man always fell asleep next to the web, which in the morning was illuminated by the sun's rays.
Then he told this story to his people, who adopted this technique.