Sacred Dreams was founded in 1999 by myself, Debra
Mills (current artist), and Katie Prosser.
At the time I had just undergone neck surgery after a car accident and Katie,
my god-daughter, had moved in to take care of me during recovery. During
our many hours of beadworking and watching movies, we started thinking about
a way to sell our beadwork online, as the internet market was booming. And
thus, Sacred Dreams was born.
Sacred Dreams has undergone many changes throughout the past 9 years, including
website redesign and the addition of many new products. Originally, we started
by offering beaded jewelry, dream catchers, and beaded/fur purses. Now we've
expanded to include bookmarks, cell phone charms, dog/cat collars, beaded ornaments,
wedding accessories, and amulet pouches.
Katie and I designed this business so that customers could custom
order beaded items according to their own color/taste preferences,
special outfit, or special day. The amount of customization has also changed
over the years according to the materials that are available. New patterns
and ideas emerge constantly, and as a result, the items and preferences we
offer change as well. Customization is our specialty - we want you, the customer,
to be entirely pleased with your order. Every attempt is made to ensure that
what you envision is created with atristry and attention to detail.
In Loving Memory of
Katie Marie Prosser
Beloved daughter, sister, teacher, friend
This site is dedicated to the memory
of Katie Marie Prosser, one of the founders of Sacred Dreams.
May you always dance with joy.
Beautiful daughter and sister, Katie Marie Prosser, was born on August
28th, 1978 in Santa Clara, CA. She began dancing for the creator on August
1st, 2006, after a tragic automobile accident.
Katie was one of the original founders of Sacred Dreams Custom Beadwork
(1999). Together with the current artist, Debra Mills, they sought to
bring their beautiful artwork to others who shared their love for beads
Katie was a 1996 graduate from Pleasant Valley High School and had recently
completed her Nurses Aide certification. She was pursuing a career in
Katie loved cars, especially low riders. She had recently started her
"Southside Customs", where she did auto-upholstry, auto-painting,
and bodywork. She also enjoyed many forms of music, from rap to country
to oldies, and she had a beautiful singing voice.
She embraced her Cherokee and Chocktaw heritage and was artisitcally
creative in beadworking. She loved to dance at PowWows, and especially
enjoyed the Fancy Dance in her native regalia and beautifually beaded
shawl (see picture above) made for her by her godmother, Debra
Katie was a loving, giving person. Never a day went by when she wasn't
engaged in helping someone. Her smile and joy will be greatly missed.
Katie's Fancy Dance Shawl
Beaded Eagle Wings with the Cherokee symbol
Made by Debra Mills
All images on this site, with the exception of the
site template, are the sole property of Sacred Dreams
Beadwork © 1999. Do not use without express written
consent. Violaters will be prosecuted.