I have befriended an alien.
I have befriended an alien.
Finally got cottage living and I’m so so happy with it! Cross-stitching and taking care of my little farm brings me so much joy ahhh (*˘︶˘*)
Woodland Wonderland from Irregular Choice
made another moss creature! this is Branch :-)
Me and my friends went to the campus greenhouse today 🌿🌱🪴a turtle lives there and his name is freckles
So glad I decided to start thrifting. I can find the best fairy outfits. 🌱
..oh to be a tiny hedgehog on a massive gothic cathedral..
Omg!!! Im obsessed with this cottage core set I just made! I want it for myself! But they will be on my etsy store for someone else to get them ❤❤
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witchy mugs by pottery witch 🔮🪐
J'ai terminé de relier ce grimoire, plus de photos très bientôt :)
I just finished binding this grimoire, more pictures soon :)
More on Etsy
Hello everybody! So as you know, I've been making a bunch of press on nail sets lately. And thank you all for the love you have been giving them!
I wanted to ask you, what do you want to see me make? I've been doing a lot of halloween based nails since it's getting closer to that time of year. But not everybody wants halloween nails.
I'm open to all and any suggestions! Message me or comment on this post to let me know what you want to see me do. ❤❤❤
Comfy boy hours.
The first thing I check when looking at a new witchy store, whether it’s through a platform like Etsy or independent, is the name and logo. If it contains any images or language that I recognize to be culturally inappropriate, that is an immediate turn off from me shopping there. For example, I came across a shop recently that used an image of a dreamcatcher as their logo and in their name, but the owner did not mention any Native background on their “about” page.
The second thing I look for is whether the store sells appropriative items such as palo santo or white sage. There is some debate as to whether using palo santo is appropriative or not, but just to be safe I don’t buy any. White sage is unanimously a closed practice item, so I do not purchase that either and do not like to shop from white owned stores that offer it.
The last thing I look for is if the shop mentions the sourcing for their materials, especially crystals. Almost all crystals must be mined, and mining conditions are often dangerous with workers being underpaid. Ethical shops will have some mention of their source or at least acknowledge that this is an issue in the community.
Other secondary factors I look for are the pricing and quality of the items. I don’t even get to this step until going through the three above, but if crystals look fake or I see recognizable incense brands being substantially marked up, that will be a red flag for those items and the shop itself.
It can be hard to find online shops that meet all these ethical concerns, so if you have any please drop their name or a link to the shop in the comments! (Especially if they are BIPOC owned!!!)
Just when I thought I had no more love to give.
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How to catch a fairy creature.
oh to live in a cottage in the woods with constant 90s/2000s romance pop playing in the background while I wear my silly little dresses and the frogs dance to my tunes