Floral Crown by By Yana Accessories
Easter Wreath by Botanika Studio
Deer Pillow by Fab Funky Pillows
“Flowering Redbud Trees” photograph by Country Dreaming
Air Plant Crystal Kit by AURAMORE
Moth Wings Cape by Costurero Real
Red Fox Woodland Pillow by HCJ Designs
If you haven’t seen yet, I’ve made some Game of Thrones House tea blends! Listed fresh this week, there’s Stark, Targaryen, Lannister, and Baratheon.
A no-nonsense tea for a straightforward Stark. A deeply bold, and strong blend of black teas, the smaller leaves allowing for a more intense infusion of caffeine. This is the tea to fuel you when the hard work needs doing.
organic black tea
Lime curd tart topped with luscious blackberries. A refined and delicious blend of some of the best Westeros fields and orchards had to offer the Targaryen family before their exile not long ago.
organic green tea, organic hibiscus, organic lemon myrtle leaves, organic cornflower, flavour
A mulled wine-like tea to keep your wits about you as you plot your next grab for power. Having access to all the best spices, what else would a Lannister do with them but add them to a wine? Green tea, lemongrass, rosehips, cloves, and swirling with calendula petals. Sweet and complex.
organic green tea, organic rosehips, organic lemongrass, organic cloves, organic calendula, flavour
A scrumptious cake studded with orange, cherry, and apple; drizzled in buttery caramel. A hearty and fortifying black tea sure to fuel a Baratheon’s conquering nature.
organic black tea, organic cherries, organic apples, organic orange pieces, flavour
Clicking on each of the names above will take you to their listing page, and clicking on the image will take you to a house teas pack! Instead of paying 40$ for all four teas, save 5$! Exactly like getting the Hogwarts House Blends pack!
This post is a bit of a departure from my normal blog material (namely— nature, plants, poetry, ecology and metaphor), but with the coming march on Washington this weekend, and the potency of so many women standing in their power across the county— proclaiming, in hard set voices and many-faceted hearts, that we will not stand by and see any section of the population belittled — has me thinking of the old ways that are ready to die. The tired ways of seeing that are about to expire. It has set me thinking, most particularly, about a concept in our culture that is utterly, and completely, worn out.
The nice girl.
You know what I mean. You might even be one yourself.
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At some point growing up I internalized the idea of needing to be a “nice girl.” It was never something my parents proffered, it…
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Oh guys, it’s been a while! And if you haven’t read my latest newsletter, I’ve got some plans to be organized and more productive this coming year with bullet journalling! I’m probably going to keep it fairly simple, no crazy art things happening within them, and that’s ok because I plan on arting this year, and likely listing them in my shop 🙂
So… the main reason why I wanted to write this post is because I ordered some passport sized traveller’s journal covers from Beth at her website, Sea Bunny Designs. And man… I’m in love!
So if you’re thinking of getting organized this year too, I’d highly recommend Beth’s journal covers and bullet journalling! You can find the listing for the plain covers here, and custom ones here. She also has Hogwarts houses covers *squee*, and Game of Thrones, as well as River Song’s cover from Doctor Who!
Alright, enough fan-girling, just go check out her shop already!
So, yes, journalling, and keeping things organized! I plan on keeping an insert for tea recipes (I can usually figure out a recipe within one or two tries, so it all goes in the same place), as well as my calendar insert, and perhaps an insert for big picture business plans.
My other purple journal inserts will be for keeping track of my personal life, as well as a journal for spiritual things, of course! Not sure if I’ll need much more than that for that one. Who knows? I could go nuts!
In other news, so long as things keep going well, I’d like to at least look into an herbalism/shamanism course for this year. This one really depends on how well the shop does, as the course is definitely a bit of an investment; however, I think it would do me and the shop quite well, especially in terms of healing teas, broadening my knowledge base, and getting me more connected to the plants I work with for my teas.
This year is looking exciting, I’ve got to say, and it’s all thanks to you guys ❤
Happy new year! May it be filled with all the blessings! ❤
Getting me some of these! I’m always awed at River’s (aka Beth’s) many crafty talents ❤
I posted two new options for my handmade “fauxdori” leather traveler’s notebooks today, and they can be summed up roughly as “plain or fancy”. Plain:Like to keep things simple? This listing is for a “plain” (no cover design) Midori-style leather traveler’s notebook cover, with your name or monogram (or that of a gift recipient) stamped […]
Not only is this fantastic, pagan gift guide up (I am rubbing my hands at all the things… ALL THE THINGS!), but Lucy has put my Elven Nog tea up on the list ❤ < 3 ❤
Now… back to ogling!!!
Well, well, well! It’s that time again, innit?😀 As I did around this time last year, I wanted to share some of my favorite discoveries that would make great gifts for the Pagans in your life (or even for yourself!) I believe in supporting small businesses whenever possible, so please make sure you check out […]
In case you missed it, September’s newsletter went out last week (which you can find here and sign up if you like!). And in it, I revealed three new teas for the cooler weather that is (hopefully) coming!
Inspired by cool evenings at the fair and the sweetest treats, a blend of black tea, almonds, pistachios, hazelnuts, pecans, and peanuts. But that’s not all, they’re covered in a light and decadent dusting of sweetest maple sugar.
You can find Maple Roasted Nuts here.
Beware the Evil Queen’s apples, lest you fall prey to their ill effects, such as wanting more tea!
A fantastic tea that tastes just like apple crisp. Honeybush tea provides a warm, fruity base for a simple blend of apples, cinnamon, and oats, mixed with a goodly amount of brown sugar, of course!
Poison Apple Crisp tea is to be found here.
You must hurry before the carriage turns back into a tiny pumpkin, so come on and sip awhile until the bell tolls the midnight hour!
A delicious pumpkin spiced chai, you’ll start with a base of a deep and dark black tea, then nutmeg, ginger, clove, and cinnamon will warm you inside and out. Finishes with a delightfully familiar creamy dollop bringing out that pumpkin flavour, whilst apples and pumpkin seeds remind you of the harvest season.
This delightful Pumpkin Carriage tea can be found here.
I hope you enjoy having a gander at the new delicious teas! I know I’m enjoying drinking them (the best part about being a tea-maker!).