Happy Friday the 13th! My mother was seriously wigged out about the number 13. She had her reasons. Of course, being a horrible child, that gave me more reason to embrace it. Like I needed one.
Today’s first link is via my friend Myra, who frequently drags in the carcasses of interesting things and leaves them at my feet as gifts. Good kitty.
Hidden mothers in Victorian photography. I’m feeling an antiquing trip coming on.
Ravelry: Bats in the Night Sky Beanie
Mary Doodles paints a raven in a night sky. I could watch these all day. If you don’t have facebook, look her up on Youtube.
Small Town Monsters is a production company dedicated to local legends
Sugar Spooks showcases the scariest sugar, chocolate, and cake work
The Floriography Tarot by Ana Linares is inspired by the Victorian language of flowers.
I don’t normally go in for collage, but these are elegantly designed. Definitely on my wish list.
This short made me so happy, and I’m not even sure why.
The Fox Tarot is an absolutely gorgeous black and white deck by Taylor Haigh.
Origami creatures grace designs that are based on both the traditional Rider Waite tarot and astrology.
You can also get this wonderful Cat Mat to use with your deck.
Unrelated to the Fox Tarot, here’s a bonus link: How these queer artists are reinventing tarot cards.
Have I posted this yet? If I have, here it is again, ‘cuz it’s cool.
Robyn Lees makes hip, spooky bits. I think she has a great design style, and I could go absolutely nuts in this store. In fact, I need to add this place to the Spousal Unit’s holiday hint file.
Clear Resin Globe with Embedded Cauldron. $11.05
Mirror Ghost Necklace, $13.81
This memorial urn includes glow-in-the-dark powder to mix with your loved one’s ashes. $62.15
Flower Sentry charm necklace, $10.86
The beautiful Dark Moon Damsel cards are by Lorina Joy of Moths & Scorpions.
These are not traditional tarot cards, so she has a list of meanings at her site.