Trinket Boxes Various Designs

Trinket Boxes Various Designs

Pretty Little Trinket Boxes to accessorise your dressing table.

Available whilst stock lasts.

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Trinket Boxes Various Designs

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About Vicky's Artistic Creations

Hello and Welcome.

My name is Vicky, I'm a housewife and mum (all grown up now) and I have always had a flair for Artistry. Originally a qualified beautician, a career I loved but unfortunately due to health issues I had to retire from a couple of years ago, a devastating blow. This left me in the position of not being able to go out and work, so with time on my hands and the need to focus on something that would help with my anxieties I turned back to a hobby of Jewellery making, starting off with the basics and then moved onto Epoxy Resin but unfortunately my skin sensitivity struck again and I found myself having to say goodbye to the resin :(

So my journey begins again with something new as that love of making things never goes away. Whilst my new journey starts to unfold there is still plenty of pretty jewellery items in my shop for you to purchase. Many of the items are one off's so grab yourself something whilst stocks last.

I am pleased to announce that my new creations have arrived in my shop. Check out my new Dream Catchers, all hand made by me and lovingly created. Unsure of what Dream Catchers mean, then please read on.

THE MEANING OF DREAMCATCHERS - Taken from One Tribe Apparel Website.

The meaning of dreamcatchers and the beliefs surrounding their construction originate from Native American cultures. The dreamcatcher is a protective talisman that is used to protect people from nightmares and bad dreams. The charm was usually used for young children and hung above their cradles or beds.

Native American cultures believe that both good and bad dreams fill the air at night. The dreamcatcher acts like a spider's web by trapping the bad dreams or visions while allowing the good ones to filter through. The bad dreams caught in the web get destroyed when the sunlight of morning hits the dreamcatcher, while the good dreams filter down through the feathers and gently reach the sleeping person below.

Dreamcatchers can also be considered as apotropaic charms that provide protection from any kind of evil influence, not just from bad dreams and nightmares. Some cultures, like the Lakota, believe that dreamcatchers work slightly differently as their legend states that the good dreams or ideas would become trapped in the web while the bad ones would pass right through the hole in the centre and would be gone forever.


Each section of the dreamcatcher's form holds specific meaning. The circular frame symbolizes Mother Earth and everything that sustains life. Its circular shape also represents the continuous flow of life as there is no beginning or end. In addition to representing the circle of life, it also symbolizes how the sun and moon move across the sky every day in a continuous loop. The web or net of the dreamcatcher is intricately woven inside the frame to mimic the look of a spider's web. The circle in the centre of the web is its heart and is where the good dreams and visions are filtered through.

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