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    04-04-2013, 12:44 PM
Bit and spur dreamcatchers

I wasnt sure where to post this but I figure this would be a good spot. I have been busy making dreamcatchers out of bits and spurs and would like to offer them here before I put them on etsy. I have a number of premade items that I'm listing and I can also make requests.

Wolverine claw western spur dreamcatcher - $35 + shipping

Tomthumb snaffle bit dreamcatcher featuring a bobcat claw - sold

Snaffle bit double dreamcatcher with peacock feather and horsehair tassel - $25 + shipping

Tomthumb bit dreamcatcher - $20 + shipping

Curb bit dreamcatcher - $15 + shipping

Personalized dreamcatchers:
Personalized dreamcatchers start at $20 if you send me your bit or spur.

Animal claws are an extra $5 charge. I have porcupine, coyote, lynx, bobcat, beaver and badger claws to chose from as well as elk, deer and horse incisors. I am currently out of fox claws.

Specialty claws from black bear, cougar, wolf and wolverine along with horse canines can be ordered at an additional price and depend on availability.

Horsehair tassels (made from your own horse) can be added for $5

Feathers are at no extra charge and you can have your choice of color for the stone you would like inside the dreamcatcher.

If you would like to purchase any of the premade dreamcatchers or order a custom one, please PM me :) I take PayPal.

This is common sense but I figure ill say it... Do not use a bit that has been altered into a dreamcatcher on a horse. I use small dabs of super glue to secure the sinu and super glue, wet or dry, isn't safe to put in a horses mouth.

All claws come from legally harvested animals from the wild. No fur farms.
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    04-08-2013, 03:20 AM
Am I for sale, too?
I'm a Dreamcatcher....a Dreamcatcher5...

But wow...those are beautiful dreamcatchers!!!!
I would buy one if I had the money...but I'm broke
Well...I have a dollar
    04-17-2013, 02:56 PM
Lol Thanks!

I started making horseshoe dreamcatchers as well and they are by far my favorite.

I'll be making a personalized dreamcatcher for a client soon. I can't wait!
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    04-18-2013, 02:36 AM
Wow. I LOVE those horseshoe ones. Especially the last one! What a creative idea!!!
    11-03-2014, 09:21 AM
I am new to The Horse Forum. I saw your horse bit and spur dream catchers and am very much interested in purchasing one or two.

Judy Judy
    11-03-2014, 01:12 PM
I'm interested in one of your dream catchers.
    11-03-2014, 01:16 PM
Judy, this thread is over a year and a half old and the OP hasn't been on the forum in almost six months. I'm not entirely sure you'll have any luck contacting her.
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