Karla is based in Cebu. She used to be a teacher. She is now a copy writer for Life At Caresharing. She also owns Damgo, which in Bisaya means dream, an online store where she sells her dreamcatchers. She’s a mother to 2 adorable kids – Isla and Kanta.
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Dream catchers have been around for a long time. It is said that the dream catchers trap bad dreams in it's web and let only the good dreams go through them. They were originally hung above cradles and beds of sleeping children.
Learning how to create your own dream catcher is easy!
Happy stitching and sweet dreams!