Congratulations to The Winners!
Each of these winners has, once again, been hand-picked by me due to a lack of nominations coming in through the month. (Help me out here friends - wink). It's very difficult to choose just one winner for each Wednesday of the month considering all of the AMAZING Witchy sites and blogs out there on the Internet!
Magic Love Crow captured my heart with this baby crow stirring a cauldron. I don't know how she can possibly make a simple bird come alive - infusing so much character and meaning, but here is a great example (see below). This little crow reminds me of the magic whimsy of childhood and also the innocence we can help to mold into positive things with our teaching methods. I'm so pleased to have won this amazing little piece of art, along with a very special bookmark during Pagan Culture's Sexy, Dark and Bloody 3rd Blogoversary Party! Be sure to visit Magic Love Crow on Etsy!
Wizards & Fairies Pagan Children's Books offers an amazing assortment of children's books specifically designed for Pagan children of varying ages. Browse by several categories including "Wheel of the Year", "Coming of Age", "Moon & Zodiac", "Coloring Books", "Pagan Parenting" and so much more! Books for youngsters following the Pagan paths are often difficult to find. Now, you can locate dozens of wonderful guides and activity books for Pagan children all in one convenient location!
Om Shanti Naturals can best be described as "safe, all-natural, and carefully tested" products for bringing superior, all-natural health and beauty products to the public. The owner of Om Shanti Naturals is extremely passionate about her work. Her goal is to produce only the best products for her clients - even if it means investing some extra time and money to bring you the highest quality cleansing and healing products (among others) for your use. Have a look at Kate's philosophy and wide array of products!
SunshineShelle is a fabulous artist who brings a bit of humor and whimsy into every phrase she posts along with her amazing artwork. Directly after I had written "Beware the Captive Innocents", I saw her incredible image done on a piece of driftwood and thought for sure that the person I was looking at was my "Jillian" from the fictional story! Don't miss out on Shelle's creations at Etsy!
I can't let this month pass by without mentioning AutumnWindReno! Her blog, Beneath the Witch's Moon is a prior winner of the Wonderful Web Witches Award, but I just have to share this gorgeous mask she made (by hand) especially for me! I even got to choose the exact color out of about 300 choices! Don't miss out on her beautiful creations! This woman has amazing talent!
Attention Winners! Feel free to place the following award graphic on your site, Facebook page or within your signature tag on message forums! If you need help placing the small button please email me with your questions. HTML-ready code is located just below the image.