Halloween colours and themes don't have to be just for October 31st. Let this charming bat sequins filled shaker card brings the All Hallows' Eve spirit to your paper crafting all year through.
How to Use Graveyard Snow in your Magickal Workings
You might have heard of graveyard dirt, but are you familiar with the magickal properties of graveyard snow? Read on for tips and ideas on how to use graveyard snow in your wintertime magick.
Celebrate the gradually returning hours of longer daylight with this beautiful "lit from within" candle themed tag project for Imbolc.
Instead of flash in the pan New Year's resolutions, why not focus on concrete, realistic ways to help you achieve a more magickally and spiritually centered year? Read on to discover twelve effective ways to do just that.
Dairy alternatives for Imbolc – plus other great Imbolc menu ideas
More so than any other contemporary Pagan sabbat, Imbolc is associated with dairy foods. But it dairy, or animal products in general, are not on the literal table for you, it's time for some plant-based alternatives instead. This post lists many, along with numerous other foods and herbs that work excellently for Imbolc.
Book review: The Book of Dog Magic by Sophia and Denny Sargent
An honest review of The Book of Dog Magic by Sophia and Denny Sargent, one of the first books to focus specifically on dog related spellwork and magick.
Step back to the 19th century with this elegant Victorian inspired layered die cut card in shades of grey, white and red. How-to details, cardmaking tips, and plenty of photos for this beautiful make.
Help make the most of your valuable time and enhance your magickal life with one of these awesome 2020 Pagan and witchy planners.
To celebrate the start of the new year - and decade - I'm launching a blog devoted to both Paganism + witchcraft and to paper crafting. Welcome, one and all - read on to learn more.