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Congratulations January and February 2012 Winners!
Treegold & Beegold: What a catchy name for a catchy and crafty blog! Find amazing crafts, lots of step-by-step photos, tips for crafting, free PDF Tutorials for Newsletter subscribers, custom orders and access to a terrific Etsy storefront of crafts with a Witchy twist!
Real Life Intuition: I had my very first contact with Faye less than 24 hours ago. She was offering Tarot readings to members of a Facebook community I had recently joined. All I can say is that this woman is truly gifted...she has been reading for over ten years and definitely gives off a caring and positive vibration.
By Stag and Eagle: What do you get when you combine a passion for handcrafting/pagan art with vivid photos/brilliant writing and then put them all together in the body of a dedicated male Witch? Simply put, you get Iolair - Author of By Stag and Eagle! I personally LOVE to find Witchy blogs with a male influence behind them, and this, by far, is my favorite male-authored Witchy blog to date.
Classic Witchcraft: It's easy to get lost in the flowing thoughts and Witchy rhymes of this blog that I've recently discovered. The Author shares a love of history, poetry, mystery, secret paths and much more - similar to my own interests.
The Witch of Forest Grove: A beautifully presented and magically-inspired blog that isn't your run-of-the-mill-Witchy-find online. I'm not sure how I've missed this treasure in the past! The Author, Sarah Lawless, accurately describes herself as an Artisan, Illustrator, Wordweaver and Wild Witch. Such talent, wrapped into one place, is a rare find. Check out the amazing productions available in her store as well, Stang and Cauldron.
Barefoot Witch: When I first had the good fortune of reading this blog, authored by Kaye MacArthur, I felt a kinship and a pull toward her heartfelt words. I thoroughly enjoy reading from Pagans and Witches who are presenting their "reality" - "what you see is what you get (and it's still a GREAT thing to find)" approach.
In the Chimehours: This is the beginning of a fabulous exploration into "English folklore, folk tradition & magic, and the Author's journey as an English Witch returning to her roots". Author, Sarah Jayne Chapman, is transitioning from her prior venture, "Crooked & Hidden Ways", to "In the Chimehours". Being of English descent myself, I'm anxious to learn more of the part of my heritage I didn't have the benefit of experiencing in my (this?) lifetime.
One Witch's Way: Rowan Pendragon - another giving and nurturing soul in the Witchy community, has much more to offer through her talents, accomplishments, experiences and her Internet ventures than I can list in one brief introduction! Ms. Pendragon has an impressive resume; she is a certified Paranormal Investigator, Reiki Master, Certified Tarot Consultant, and much more! Rowan combines her skills and passions brilliantly to prompt and gently guide others along their Witchy paths through innovative, hands on, self-exploration and study. See her Pagan Blog Project 2012 for just one example.
Aradia's Cauldron: Authored by Faye, a creative and crafty Pagan with a talent and flair for involving her readers in self-expression, Aradia's Cauldron is where the 52 Weeks of Pagan Art Journaling originated. Even though this was a challenge for 2011, I may pick up the wonderful prompts issued by this teacher (in mundane life) and do them for myself this year.