July is my birthday month and that fact always puts me in the mood to make handmade birthday cards for others. In this post, I share a darling woodland themed birthday greeting that I recently made for a friend's upcoming b-day. It stars papers from P13's gorgeous Forest Tea Party collection and plenty of enjoyable fussy cutting.
The classic pastime of doing jigsaw puzzles has seen renewed interest in recent years - especially since the pandemic began. In this post, we'll take a gander at 25 puzzles that are perfect for witches and Pagans, as well as some ideas for working jigsaw puzzle magick.
In this post we're taking a look at what might just be my favourite card I've ever made (with instructions on how to DIY one of your own), exploring the subject of Summerween, and chatting about my upcoming birthday.
Rarely do I encounter a book that so skillfully and beautifully marries wellness, philosophy, and serenity as A Mindful Evening by David Dillard-wright. Naturally, I had to review it here and share about this excellent title with all of you.
It's high time I share scrapbook page here again. What better way to do just that - and to post my latest #MakeHalloween365 project - than with a sweetly spooky layout that celebrates a memorable Halloween night a few years back.
The Summer Solstice is upon us again. To celebrate, here is a look at 15 essential oils that are perfect for Midsummer / Litha and plenty of fab ways to use them all season long.
Are you a Baby Boomer? A Gen Xers? A Millenial? Or how about a Cusper? Whatever generation you were born into, this look at ways to incorporate your generational designation into your witchcraft is for you!
In the mood for a quick, easy, and very cute Halloween crafting project that you can whip up in no time? Why not try your hand at making this adorable five-piece set of Halloween gift tags.