Native American Crafts
Native American crafts and gifts handcrafted with tradition.
Native American crafts consist of some of the world's most uniquely designed gifts. Descendants of Native American likely developed a great appreciation for the crafts designed by their ancestors (parents, grandparents, aunts, etc). Although many Americans are not of Native American descent, it's hard to deny the beauty that is reflected in Native American crafts.
North America has a huge Native American population. The majority of Native Americans live in the western part of the country. However, Native Americans also frequent the Atlantic Coast, Canada, and parts of Mexico. Native American craft stores are common in areas heavily populated with Indians. These craft stores are perfect for keeping Native Americans in touch with their culture. In addition, Native American craft stores include many resources to educate non-Indians about Native American tradition.
Native American crafts include a wide selection of gift ideas, home and bathroom decor, musical instruments, and so forth. Some crafts are more popular than others. For example, most people are familiar with Indian drums, jewelry, clothing, etc. However, the selection of Native American crafts is much vaster. While browsing a retail store devoted to Native American crafts, you will likely become amazed with the large assortment of treasures that showcase Indian culture.
In addition to jewelry, clothing, and instruments, Native American crafts include clothing accessories such as headbands, portraits, gift trinkets for home and bathroom decor, bow and arrow, mask, dance sticks, and so forth. Native American crafts are available for sale. However, these crafts are also easily constructed for handmade and affordable decor for your bathroom and home.
Making your own Native American craft is fun. There are many fun-filled books that include detail information abut a variety of Native American crafts, as well as instructions on how to create your own designs. This is the perfect project for young children, or anyone who is fascinated with Native American culture and tradition.