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New Tarot Cupboards

I’m into my tenth day of trying to organize my bedroom. I have one tiny half rack I’m using for clothes in the walk-in closet, and the rest is all craft, art supplies and doll or dollhouse stuff. Yeah, I’ve … Continue reading

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Seven of Beady Things

Seven Staffs Struggling mightily to get over the hurdle of finding a parking space in such a precarious landscape, our boy here managed to finally get to the bead shop for some attractive beads for the closure on the bag … Continue reading

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Hand Sewn Bag for the Byzantine Tarot

I was quite pleased with this and it fits the box I bought for $5 in the thrift shop to house the deck. It was made from two fat quarters from the quilt shop and sewn by hand with a … Continue reading

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Crop and Let it Go

The scanning abilities of my new printer are not too good. Note to computer companies: program the software to preview and crop and adjust the colours before scanning! To be fair, my old Epson allowed this but the new Canon … Continue reading

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My Tenth Anniversary of Tarot and Tarot Bags

Daily Draw January 12th, 2012 I often talk to other creative people about cycles and waves in artwork. There is nothing like the euphoria of finishing a piece of needlework, sewing, handmade book, drawing, or jewellery. Conversely, there is nothing … Continue reading

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Heimdall and Boromir Find a Tarot Bag at Ragnarok

In preparation for The Lord of the Rings Tarot that a friend is sending me, I decided to make a bag for it. My inspiration was a painting in an old manuscript that depicts the god Heimdall blowing his horn … Continue reading

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