Last month I was invited to participate in a Halloween swap on Elfster called Halloween Creeps. Our goal was to send our partner a Halloween gift worth under $30, handmade encouraged.Continue reading “Halloween Creeps Swap”
I can’t believe it’s already Beltane, the official pinnacle of spring!Continue reading “Happy Beltane from Your Favorite Satanic Witch”
Like the bad witch that I am, I was out of town for Ostara this year. Although I did celebrate in my own way while on vacation, I didn’t do much at home. This year I’m using Easter to honor the holiday instead.
Here’s how I decorated, incorporating my love for all things witchy and kitschy.Continue reading “When Easter & Ostara Collide!”
It isn’t March yet but I’m so ready for spring! I live near Philadelphia and the weather has been pretty brutal this winter, between the snowstorms and the freezing rain.
Ostara, or the March equinox, is on March 20th of this year. That’s only about a month away! I’m starting to decorate for Ostara now. It might be a little early, but seeing signs of spring in my home remind me that we’re in the home stretch!
I’ve been shopping online for home accents to brighten up my space for spring and prepare for Ostara. Here are twelve of my favorite witchy housewares you can use to refresh your home for spring:Continue reading “12 Witchy Housewares for Spring”
I like to refresh my mantle every few months to keep it interesting. I just can’t stand to look at the same things all the time. I rotate my art as well as the tchotchkes. I started taking down my Kewpie mantle from Christmas in early January, and this Valentine’s Day decor evolved from it.
An eclectic theme of vintage toys, minerals, and plants emerged while I was arranging it. These are all things that I collect so this came together pretty naturally on its own.
Here’s how I pulled it together:Continue reading “My Vintage Valentine’s Day Mantle”
You love your witchy weirdo but they can be hard to shop for. I’ve arranged this list of 8 unique gifts that your favorite witchy person will love to receive for Valentine’s Day this year!
Here are my top picks for 2019 for your witchy Valentine:Continue reading “8 Gifts for Your Witchy Valentine”
Vintage plastic animals and glitter are two of my favorite craft supplies. This tutorial combines them in a cool little project that’s totally customizable and easy to make.
Here’s what you’ll need:Continue reading “DIY Party Animal Jars”
These super cute DIY unicorn ring dishes couldn’t be any easier to make, and the supplies are ridiculously cheap. Create a herd of unicorn ring dishes using a Valentine kit and tiny dishes, both found in Bullseye’s Playground (formerly the Dollar Spot) at Target.
These darling little heart shaped ceramic trinket dishes are only $1 each. The unicorn Valentine kit is $3, and you get 24 figures for $3. I had all of the other supplies in my craft stash, so each dish only cost me $1.13 to make!
Here’s what you’ll need:Continue reading “DIY Unicorn Ring Dish”
In this pretty easy DIY I will combine my loves of crafting and toy collecting to show you how to make angel wings for a doll. Here I’ve used a 12″ tall Kewpie doll, but you can use this to make wings for any kind of doll. I incorporated my winged Kewpie doll into my Christmas decorations, and for Valentine’s Day, he’ll play Cupid on my mantle.
Here’s what you’ll need:Continue reading “DIY Angel Wings for Dolls”
This year I decided to do something a little different with my mantle for Christmas. I collect vintage toys, and I like to incorporate them into my holiday decorations. This year I was inspired when I came across someone’s old Kewpie collection at a local consignment store. I was just going to clean them up and sell them in my Etsy store, but I decided to dress them up for Christmas!
I usually dress up some of my toys for Christmas, but just with little Santa hats. This year, I went all out and gave every single one a costume or a prop. Here’s how I did it:Continue reading “Merry Kewpsmas!”