Kelsey Bantz

The whispering pines of Northern Wisconsin is where Kelsey likes to call home. Originally from Minnesota, Kelsey spent summer days on the water and nights beneath the stars. Naturally, a passion for collecting things like feathers, shells and drift wood emerged as she adventured outdoors; putting meaning in each item collected. 

Legends have it that Dream Catchers surfaced to protect resting loved ones from afar, as good and bad dreams were thought to travel through air. Made from sacred objects like bird feathers, stones and horse hair, the bad dreams would get caught within the web, while the good dreams would make their way through the middle, sliding down the feathers and strings onto the forehead of those sleeping – ensuring a peaceful nights rest.

As a way for Kelsey to protect those closest to her from distance, she too started creating her own Dream Catchers.