Monday, November 2, 2015

Novum Crafts Indian Headdress Review #HolidayGiftGuide

**All opinions expressed are 100% my own.  I was not compensated for this post.  I was given product for review.**

Novum Crafts is a collection of handmade works of art created by local gifted artists in the heart of Bali, Indonesia.

We handcraft Indian headdresses, carved animal skulls, and accessories inspired by the Native American culture as modest adaptations of the iconic ethos.

It started with a mere fascination for the native arts that Bali indigenous craftsmen were urged to recreate cultural emblems - such as dreamcatchers, turquoise jewelry, and the infamous Indian headdress – to celebrate a living piece of history.

I love hand crafted gifts. They are always made sturdier, and look better then standard machine made items.  To me they also mean so much more.  A handmade card or object from my kids means a lot more then anything that could be bought at the store.

I also love to learn about other cultures, religions and beliefs then my own.  It's great to understand symbolism and meaning behind things like Indian Headdresses.  The spiritual meaning is very powerful.

Novum gifts takes that spiritual meaning seriously and makes beautiful headdresses and accessories to honor their true meaning.

Take a look at this beautiful Green Indian Headdress I was sent to review.

The details and colors are so vibrant and beautiful.  The pictures do not do the piece enough justice.  I am amazed at the design of this piece.  I have it displayed in my living room right now for everyone to see. 

As I said before, Novum Crafts carries a wide variety of accessories as well.  Here are a few that I would love to get.

Beige-Purple Breastplate

Dark-Brown Leather-Bag With Fringes

Multi-Colored Dreamcatcher With Feathers

If you would like to give a beautiful and meaningful gift to someone on your list this year, make sure you check out Novum Crafts.

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This post is written by Sarah Coulsey. She is a Wife, and Mother of two boys living in New England. This post may contain affiliate links.

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