What do dreams about carpet mean? * May represent luxury or comfort. * May represent protection from a hard life or situation. Possible puns, metaphors & archetypes: * The red-carpet treatment. (Treat very specially.) * Sweep it under the carpet. (Hide or ignore it.) * A magic carpet ride. (An escape from reality.) Questions to ask yourself: * What is the condition

What do dreams about carnival mean? * May represent deception. * May symbolize illusion. * May represent cheap thrills. * May represent a festive celebration. Possible puns, metaphors & archetypes: * May be a pun on what feels “fair” or what doesn’t feel “fair.”

What do dreams about carnations mean? * May represent admiration and love. * May represent gratitude. Possible puns, metaphors & archetypes: * May be a pun on “incarnation” or “reincarnation.”

What do dreams about cardboard mean? * May symbolize something that is flimsy or insubstantial. * May represent protection. * May symbolize homelessness. * May symbolize building materials for an art project. Possible puns, metaphors & archetypes: * May symbolize feeling bored. Questions to ask yourself: * How thick or stiff is it?

What do dreams about card mean? * Greeting cards may be expressing innermost and unexpressed emotions. * Greeting cards may be expressing something you need to hear from someone else. Possible puns, metaphors & archetypes: * He’s a real card. (He’s funny; he’s a wit.) * A wild card. (Someone or something that you don’t know how it will behave.) *

What do dreams about decorations mean? * May suggest you are making things look better than they really are. * May suggest new ideas for decorating an environment or event in waking life. * May represent creative expression. * May suggest that you are putting up a front to prevent others from seeing the real you.

What do dreams about deck mean? * May represent being open. * May represent the hand you were given, or the hand you are playing (cards). * May represent your connection to nature. Possible puns, metaphors & archetypes: * Deck someone. (Punch or knock someone down.) * All decked out. (All dressed up.) * Not playing with a full deck. (Not mentally sound.) * Stack