Pastel Macramé Dream Catchers

£28 £36.99

Sleep soundly and in style with our Pastel Macramé Dream Catchers, handcrafted in Bali with cotton and feathers for a touch of bohemian beauty. Each dream catcher is infused with spiritual blessings to enhance its power, and is designed to filter your dreams as the Spirits of the Night visit. The web of the dream catcher allows good dreams to pass through while bad dreams become tangled and perish with the morning light.

Our dream catchers come in a pack of six, featuring assorted pastel colors to match any bedroom decor. Hang them above your bed, in a window, or anywhere you desire to bring good energy and sweet dreams. These dream catchers are not just a beautiful addition to your bedroom, but also a meaningful and spiritual tool to enhance your rest and relaxation. Get your pack of Pastel Macramé Dream Catchers today and sleep well knowing that your dreams are protected.

Materials You'll Need:

  1. Dream catcher with unique design and colors
  2. A location to hang it (preferably above your bed or in a place with good airflow)
  3. A small crystal or charm of personal significance
  4. Essential oil diffuser (optional for creating a soothing atmosphere)


1. Prepare a Sacred Space:

  • Clear the area where you plan to hang your dream catcher. Light some scented candles or use an essential oil diffuser to create a calming atmosphere.

2. Connect with Your Inner Explorer:

  • Approach the process with a sense of adventure and curiosity. Think of your dream catcher as a portal to your dreams and imagination.

3. Hang the Dream Catcher with Intention:

  • Select a spot above your bed or in your favorite room. As you hang the dream catcher, imagine it as a gateway to dream realms filled with exciting adventures and vivid experiences.

4. Personalize with a Token:

  • Attach a small crystal or charm to the dream catcher, something that holds personal significance or symbolism for you. This adds an extra layer of connection and magic.

5. Nighttime Ritual:

  • Make the process of going to bed a nighttime ritual. Before sleep, sit or lie down comfortably and gaze at the dream catcher. Take a few deep breaths and visualize it as a shimmering portal to the world of dreams.

6. Whisper Your Desires:

  • Whisper your dreams, hopes, and desires to the dream catcher. Imagine them being woven into the threads, ready to manifest in your dreams.

7. Embrace the Mystery:

  • As you drift off to sleep, embrace the mystery of what your dream catcher might bring. Picture yourself embarking on thrilling adventures, meeting fascinating characters, and exploring uncharted territories in your dreams.

8. Wake to Wonder:

  • When you wake in the morning, reflect on your dreams. Even if they were ordinary, seek the wonder and excitement in the experience. Record your dreams in a dream journal to keep the magic alive.

9. Keep the Enchantment Alive:

  • Over time, periodically adjust the dream catcher's position, add new charms or crystals, and refresh your intentions. Keep the sense of enchantment alive in your daily life.

10. Share Your Dream Stories:

  • Share your dream stories and experiences with friends or family. Encourage them to explore their own dream worlds and share tales of their adventures.

11. Explore Lucid Dreaming:

  • If you're especially adventurous, consider exploring lucid dreaming techniques. These practices can help you take control of your dreams and turn them into thrilling adventures.

By approaching the use of a dream catcher with imagination and a sense of wonder, you can turn your nightly slumber into a journey filled with excitement, mystery, and endless possibilities. Let your dream catcher be your key to unlocking the extraordinary world of dreams.

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  1. Origins in Ojibwe Culture: Dream catchers are believed to have originated from the Ojibwe (Chippewa) people, one of the indigenous tribes of North America. They were traditionally used by the Ojibwe to protect infants from bad dreams and negative energies.

  2. Spider Web Design: The classic dream catcher design consists of a circular frame with a hole in the center, resembling a spider's web. This design is meant to trap negative dreams and energies while allowing positive dreams to filter through the hole.

  3. Feathers and Beads: Many dream catchers are adorned with feathers and beads. The feathers are often symbolic of air and breath, while the beads represent the spider's web or the interconnectedness of all life.

  4. Cultural Variations: Different Native American tribes have their own variations of dream catchers, featuring unique designs, colors, and symbols. These variations reflect the diversity of indigenous cultures.

  5. Traditional Use: In Ojibwe tradition, dream catchers were hung above a baby's crib or near a person's sleeping area to protect them from nightmares. The belief was that the good dreams would slide down the feathers and gently reach the dreamer, while bad dreams would get caught in the web and disappear with the morning sun.

  6. Morning Light Ritual: It is customary to hang a dream catcher in a place where it can catch the morning light. This practice is believed to activate its powers and cleanse it of any negative energies it may have collected during the night.

  7. Modern Symbolism: While dream catchers have maintained their cultural significance, they have also taken on new meanings in modern contexts. Some people view them as symbols of positivity, hope, and the pursuit of dreams and goals.

  8. Crafting Tradition: Making dream catchers is a popular craft activity, and many people enjoy creating their own unique dream catchers using various materials like leather, twine, and colorful beads.

  9. Gift-Giving: Dream catchers are often given as thoughtful gifts to wish someone well or to provide protection. They are commonly given on occasions such as birthdays, weddings, and baby showers.

  10. Decorative Elements: Dream catchers have found a place in home decor and are often hung in bedrooms, living rooms, and nurseries to add a touch of spirituality and symbolism to the space.

  11. International Popularity: Dream catchers have gained popularity worldwide and are often associated with bohemian and New Age aesthetics.

  12. Symbol of Protection: Many people believe that dream catchers offer protection, both from negative dreams and negative energies in the waking world. They are seen as symbolic guardians of well-being.

Whether you appreciate dream catchers for their cultural significance, symbolism, or aesthetic appeal, they continue to be cherished and admired by people around the globe.

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