Materials two balloons a round plastic container two elastic bands art supplies to decorate the drum (optional) piece of material for stuffing stick or tree branch measuring about ½ inch in diameter, and 12 inches long string or wool (optional) Instructions
Our Native American drums are perfect for drumming groups, personal meditation, Native ceremonies, and for use as southwest decor. All of our drums are handcrafted with quality craftsmaship and have beautiful resonating sound. See our wide selection of hand drums, table drums, pow wow drums and more at http://www.missiondelrey.com/native-american-drums/
Watch the video below to learn how to make a Native American Hand Drum. Video produced by Noc Bay. Learn to make more Native American Crafts in our Craft Tutorials. Copyright: 2005 by Loren Woerpel, Noc Bay Publishing, Inc.
See our gallery of Native American drums for sale, to find the best in Native rawhide drums. Created by hand, our drums are made with a variety of hides including goat, deer, elk, buffalo, moose and horse. Customers often use our Pow wow drums and Native American hand drums in drumming circles, pow wows, Native ceremonies, and home decor. Check out our wide variety of drum styles from the Apache, Tarahumara, Shoshone, Navajo, Cherokee, Pueblo and Sioux, for great choices in Native drums.
Unlike the Bongos of Cuba and the Carribean, Morroccan Bongos are almost alsways ceramic, and the bottoms of the drums are sealed instead of open. Traditional Carribean Bongos always have two drums, the small drum (macho) and the large drum (hembra). In Morrocco, you can have two, three or four drums tied together.