Ever wondered how good dreams come about? According to ancient legends, dreamcatchers are spiritual tools of the Native Americans to filter the nice dreams from the the nightmares. Like a web, the nasty dreams would be tangled and trapped in the dreamcatchers and evaporate when the sun rise. Thus only, leaving only sweet , blessed dreams to those who slept underneath.
Unfortunately, not all of us are born with the skills of weaving our own dreamcatchers to let ourselves have beautiful dreams. Presenting, Xysta, a new weaver in town, here to make your nights peaceful.
Apart from a huge array of designs, Xysta's dreamcatcher are very affordable. Depending on the size and intricacy of the designs, the price may vary. However, you will be happy to hear that customisation service is available. So even though you cannot make your own little dreamcatcher, you still can have the dreamcatcher you envision.
You can find most of Xysta's past works on her Facebook or website. Most of her designs are rather unique and is not something you can find on the streets, star-shapped, double rings, heart-shaped are some of them. Her colour combinations would be more pastel, sweet, making the dreamcatchers quite dreamy looking.
Some of them have very strong contrasting colours, making them appear to be very gay and vibrant. So depending on your personality, you might want to pick something that reflects you.
My lovely purple dreamcatcher was inspired from the colourful work of hers. It arrived at my house nicely bubble-wrapped and in plastic, along with a nice note. I hung it on my bedside immediately and it is a real gorgeous bedside ornament.
I think I slept better too but this could all be the psychological effects. :) If you need a bedside piece, do not hesitate to contact Xysta.