According to Tattoo Easily, a dreamcatcher tattoo symbolizes the Native American culture. Many people believe dreamcatcher tattoos protect a person from negative energy, while others see them as a connection between man ... More »

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The most common dream catcher legend tells of a grandmother who saved a spider's life. In exchange, the spider gave her a dream catcher, explaining that it allowed good dreams to slip through and caught bad dreams. There... More »

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Notedlist offers a range of ideas and tutorials for making different dream catchers, while Craftbits.com explains how to make a crochet dream catcher. An artist named Rhiannon Stone describes on her blog how to make a dr... More »

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A bear paw tattoo symbolizes a personality of both gentleness and strength, and is sometimes associated with Native American culture. While the symbolism may vary depending on the tattoo's wearer, typical meanings are co... More »

There are two main ways to approach a Native American or American Indian tattoo design, including traditional tribal designs associated with specific tribal groups and general iconography that is associated with Native A... More »

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A star tattoo is a symbol of hope and truth. The star also symbolizes the divine light that shines in all human beings. A tattoo on the foot is popular among women and is particularly attractive when worn with high-heele... More »

Japanese snake tattoos are a symbol of wisdom and good luck. The body art can also convey strength and change. Some people get the tattoo to symbolize protection from bad fortune or sickness. More »