The Dreamy Stones (ドリーミーストーン Dorīmī Sutōn) are the main collectible of the Mewkledreamy series, representing a dream born from someone's heart.
Dreamy Stones take the appearance of small golden discs with engravings of stars, hearts, and ribbons. In the center of is a colored jewel, varying in size and color.
In the toy version, the images of Dreamy Mates can be seen within the jewel part of the Dreamy Stones.
In Episode 25, it is revealed that the Mewkle Stick can obtain a new power when inserting one of the differently coloured Dreamy Stones into it. As different Dreamy Stones have different power, one chooses the one base on the situation.
In Episode 23, for the first Yume got 2 Dreamy Stones instead of one.
In Episode 26, the Queen Above the Skies chooses the yellow raindrop Dreamy Stone to purify Yoshio Maruyama's Black Abyss.
In Episode 29, the blue heart Dreamy Stone was chosen to purify an unnamed man's Super Deluxe Yunicchi Yunicchi Abyss.
In Episode 30, the orange circle Dreamy Stone was chosen to purify Erito Kurosawa's Black Abyss.
In Episode 34, the orange star Dreamy Stone was chosen to purify Himeka Amoto’s Black Abyss.
In Episode 35, the blue raindrop Dreamy Stone was chosen to purify a shooting star’s Super Deluxe Yunicchi Yunicchi Abyss.
In Episode 36 the purple raindrop Dreamy Stone was chosen purify both Ai’s and Yuuki’s Super Deluxe Yunicchi Yunicchi Abyss.
In Episode 44 the pink circle was used to purify 3 middle school girls' Black Abyss.
- From an earlier version of the website, there was a leak showing the Dreamy Stones before they were finalized, resembling closer to the actual merchandise.
- Their inverse counterpart seems to be the Black Abysses.
- Some fans have compared them to the Ideya from the SEGA video game series, NiGHTS, as they are sparkling jewels affiliated with dreams and a person's heart.