It holds the incense sticks inside and then close it to find the hole that holds the incense stick…its a remake to a traditional war club. You can take something broken and make it new again. I started off making something with it. Along the way and fumbling with my sore hand…it fell to the floor. Positivity + Creativity added up to new creation!
You can find this one @ Doreen Stevens who left with it last night. This will be displayed and for sale in her Arts & Crafts Booth i believe is opening up today in Ottawa in the Market Place. Go Support your local artists! Handmade is the best made. You always know there is some story behind it all & made with TLC
Available Wall Art Why not gift this to somebody. I cleaned this deer from start to finish. What you see here had a lot of energy put into this right from the hunt…to the cleaning of the deer to its finished piece you see here. A lot of time and work. Much respect to this 4 legged being. for purchase inbox me and https://www.paypal.me/glenda1898
Someone once told me turkey feathers symbolize fertility abundance, pride & regarded for having healing & cleansing properties. I like to make smudge fan feathers with these. My hunter relatives and friends often drop me items after hunting season to keep the flow of artwork and crafts going. Nothing wasted. Honoring our neighbors the Winged beings.
Baby Loon Mini Traditional Fan Feather is dressed up with a deer bone handle and natural tan deer hide. Decorated with Beach glass from Lake Eerie. I collected beach glass along the Eerie shores along my travels. One summer day i was out having a nature walk up by a lake in my homelands Kitigan Zibi. I heard a Loon fly onto the waters…it seemed frantically searching for something when i noticed it. Loons remain close to their families. as i approached the lakeside I noticed a tiny baby loon had been attacked and it’s life was just not there anymore. When I am on nature walks I like to place tobacco on the ground and pray for its once upon a time life. I always tell my children…when we dance we enter the pow wow grounds wearing our buckskins and feathers and furs…we honor the life of our four legged friends, winged people, all creation…when we wear it we offer it new life that way my children discover the work I am putting into the regalia or items i make is being honored and recreated with TLC.