Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Mrs. B.'s 31 Days of Halloween!

The Moonlit Sea will be participating in Mrs. B.'s 31 Days of Halloween! Check out her is full of witchy goodness from recipes to pagan parenting.

Be sure to keep up-to-date with Mrs. B.'s blog for 31 days of great halloween giveaways!

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Enchantments & Special Editions

New item just created at

Sometimes called mojo bags, wanga, fetishes, gris-gris, charm bags, spell sacks...these bags are used in various traditions and cultures to bring about change for the individual. Enchantments are crafted in sacred space using herbs, resin, roots, gems, minerals and other curios for the specific purpose.

Enchantments can be made for a specific purpose such as money, love, health, luck, protection, etc. Each Enchantment is unique and created using items such as fabric, beads, ribbon, feathers, charms, yarn and other fibers.

Visit the shop for more details and to get your Enchantment...

The Moonlit Sea Special Editions

Special Editions are items that are especially created for a holiday, season or with a special theme. They are one-of-a-kind (although most everything I make is OOAK) and only available though my Etsy shop. Please visit!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

New Creations at

I have update the website with some new creations...

Traveling Sacks with various themes from Day of the Dead to Pirate to Dragonflies!

Pocket Goddesses in different sizes with themes like Abundance and Spiral Up!

Also the first in the new line of Potion Bottles!

As a reminder, I am always available for Tarot readings and Spiritual Consultations through

And the 2nd Episode of the Get Witchified Podcast is now available at! In this episode I delve into...
* music by pagan folk neocelt band Omnia
* review of the book Witchling by Yasmine Galenorn
* review of the movie House on Skull Mountain
* listener feedback and what it means "to keep silent"
* preparing for spell and ritual work using spiritual baths

Many blessings


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