First off let me say thank you for visiting our page. Here's our story, the story behind the dream. My oldest daughter was a fiery red head with some of the wildest dreams. Every morning we started our day with hearing all about the dream Chaney had had the night before. She dreamed every night and remembered every one of them.
I have always been pretty artsy & Chaney was always my biggest fan. She thought she couldnt get crafty, until the day i introduced her to the idea of making dream catchers. She feel in love instantly! She picked right up on it. So there we were making dream catchers almost as unique as her. She had me beat hands down. We had decided she should make and sell her dream catchers. We talked about it for about a month, tho we never took any action not realizing that our time was limited because little did we know that in the time it takes to shut a hospital door our lives would be forever changed and dreams turned to nightmares. We lost our Chaney on Feb. 26,2016. Naturally i lost myself along the way. But recently Chaney's light shined through my broken window & i started stringing rings and adding charms. This is my daughters dream, & i want nothing more than to keep her dream alive & to get her name and story world wide. so please share us & our art with any and everyone. If you can dream it we can make it.
This is the pic Chaney sent to me to show her first attempt at making a dreamcatcher❤️ She caught right on and loved it❤️
This is the message Chaney sent me about her dreamcatcher she’d made. As you can tell she was very proud of herself and excited at the idea of making & selling Dreamcatchers.
This is also one of the few Dreamcatchers Chaney got to make and it hangs above my bed bringing me sweet dreams every night❤️
It was late February 2016 an I was home bored so I started wrapping a key ring and next thing you know I’d Turned a key ring into a dreamcatcher bracelet. Then my daughter, Kelli, Seen it and loved it. She wore it that night and met up later with Chaney & Chaneys friend Ashley & they saw it. Chaney then called me to tell me how much her & Ashley loved the braclet an asked would I make them one. Of course I said yes, well, this was just a few days before the accident so I hadn’t got around to making it yet. This has to be one of the hardest things I’ve ever done but I’d promised her a bracelet so I made hers (identical to her sisters) and i put it on her wrist at the funeral. So that was the last thing I’d ever be able to make and give to my child. But i know she loved it and will forever have her bracelet from her Mama❤️😇