If you enjoy learning about and seeing cemeteries, you're going to love this list of 13 fantastic cemetery focused blogs that are perfect for taphophiles and graveyard fans the world over.
September brings with it the return of that most beguilingly beautiful of seasons, autumn. If you're looking for some fun, creative, and unique sources of inspiration for your fall paper crafting, you'll love the list of 45 reasons to get creative this crunchy leaf season that I've put together here.
Attention crafters, makers, and other creative souls who love October 31st! I've created a brand new hashtag - #MahkeHalloween365 - to unite us further in our passion for both being creative and for All Hallows' Eve. 🎃
The hauntingly fun days of October are fading once again, but fall time itself is still going strong. In this post, we'll take a look at 30 different reasons - one for each day of the month - to love and celebrate the beautiful month that is November.
This year's October 31st is an extra super-duper special one! On top of being both Halloween and the Pagan sabbat of Samhain, this year sees the return of a rare Halloween blue moon. Read on for oodles of fun and interesting facts about this exciting astronomical occurrence.
Adore Hocus Pocus more than Winifred Sanderson yearns to be young again? Simply curious to know more about this beloved 1993 Disney Halloween movie? Read on for my in-depth review of the book Hocus Pocus in Focus by Aaron Wallace, which dishes all the (graveyard) dirt on this awesome family film.
Classic autumn hues combine with iconic harvest time imagery - including pumpkins and wheat sheaves - in this elegant fall time card that is perfect for a wide range of seasonal events spanning Lammas to Mabon, Samhain to Thanksgiving.
They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky - and they're my all-time favourite fictional couple. Read on to find out why.
Do cemeteries spark a passion in you? Do you seek out graveyards when you travel? Are you powerfully drawn to burial grounds and topics pertaining to them? If so, you might just be a taphophile!