It's February 14th and love is in the air. In this post, we shine the spotlight less on romance and (far) more on fourteen awesome ways that you can love your witchcraft practices all the more. J'adore! ♥
Have you heard of Valoween Day before? In this post, we dive into what Valoween is and I share a darkly romantic shaker wand and card set that I made for this fabulously spooky take on February 14th.
We're into the second week of January already, but that's no reason to stop of the holiday season fun from going strong. In this post, we're doing just that care of this elegant Peace, Love, and Joy Christmas card project share.
Signs and symbols fill our daily lives, from traffic signs to emojis, but when did the use of signs begin, what did early signs mean, and how did their development help to radically shape the course of human development and history? In this post, I'll give you a Pagan witch's honest review of The First Signs: Unlocking the Mysteries of The World’s Oldest Signs by Genevieve von Petzinger, a book which centers on these very questions.
The holiday season festivities may be winding down, but that's no reason not to keep sharing our festive makses. In this post, I'm doing just that with the elegant snow frosted pine branch Christmas card that I made for my cherished mom.
Join me in raising a glass to Witchcrafted Life's 1st birthday, then come along as I share seven things I'm planning for this blog in 2021.
A classic Martha Stewart punch, two types of green cardstock, and some fabulous Jolee's Boutique Christmas light embellishments combine to make this fun and festive holiday season card.
As a season that is especially near and dear to many of our hearts draws to a close, it's time to reflect back on this autumn and delve into a wide array of witchy, crafty, and otherwise engaging links that have caught my eye in recent months.