Are you wondering where you can hang your new dreamcatcher? Or are you looking for places that you can hang a dreamcatcher that you've been waiting to hang up? Have you ever thought about where exactly you can hang a dreamcatcher? You can hang your dreamcatcher in a variety of different places. Some places that you probably haven't even thought of. Watch this video to find out the top 10 places to hang your dreamcatcher.
You might be having a hard time deciding on which kind of dreamcatcher you should make or buy, or you're looking for help on where you should hang the dreamcatcher that you already have. If you're not sure where exactly you should hang your dreamcatcher, by the end of this video, you will know 10 new places that you can hang your new or old dreamcatchers.
This is generally the most common place for dreamcatchers to be hung with the traditional dreamcatcher teaching. To learn the dreamcatcher teaching and understand why the bedroom window would be the most common place to hang it, watch this video right here on the meaning of the dreamcatcher.
This is also a very common spot to see a dreamcatcher. The next time you're out and about, see how many dreamcatchers that you can spot in people's cars. This is a great place to hang a dreamcatcher that is much smaller so that it doesn't obstruct your view as you're driving.
Large dream catchers make for beautiful pieces of art when you hang them on a blank wall in your house. Not to mention, if you already have other wall art, a dreamcatcher is three-dimensional and the contrast can add a lot of character to a space.
If you're wanting to hang a dreamcatcher in your bedroom to catch bad dreams, but you don't want to hang it on your bedroom window, then the headboard is a great alternative. Not to mention, it looks really cool there, similar to Bella's in the Twilight movie.
This is the perfect place for smaller accessory-sized dream catchers that either attach with a key chain ring, clip, or a clasp. We've seen tons of smaller sized dream catchers that are clipped onto bags and purses that look so good and add lots of personality
This could be in the front entrance of your house or an interior doorway. Many people hang dreamcatchers made with sacred medicines such as cedar to heal or bring positive energy to all those who enter the room or the house that they're walking into.
Dream catchers are so popular because of their cultural symbolism and also because they are beautiful pieces of art, so it's no surprise that they’re commonly worn on necklaces and on earrings. If you want to bring the positive vibes with you wherever you go, then what better way to do that then to wear them by accessorizing your face.
A large window with lots of natural sunlight coming in is a great location to hang a dreamcatcher that has lots of sparkly or crystal beads that are woven into the web. It is so beautiful to see crystal beads catching the light from the sun as it's coming through the window.
Outside on Your Deck or On Your Front Porch
This is a great spot for a dreamcatcher of any size. Similar to a wind chime or plants that people hang outside, dreamcatchers look so beautiful when they're out in nature, just like other outdoor decor.
If you hear some spooky noises coming from up in your attic, one way to combat those energies is with a dreamcatcher. Hang the dreamcatcher either in the middle of the room or on the window, if the attic has one, to capture any of the lingering spiritual energies that might be up there.
Hopefully this has given you some ideas of where you could hang your dreamcatcher in a variety of different locations. If you're wanting to learn more about the various sacred medicines in the indigenous culture or the smudging process, then download our free guide: