Friday, July 22, 2016

Mad Tea Party: Tea and Tarot

 


Welcome to my Mad Mad Tea Party! This post is part of a fantastic blog party hosted by A Fanciful Twist. It's a traditional blog hop so please make sure to visit the home page on Fanciful Twist for the links to all the participating blogs!

Welcome to my home, please pull up a chair and have a seat at my Tarot table! I have a nice hot cup of tea ready and waiting for you! 

Today we are using my newest deck, The Wild Unknown Tarot. It's a beautiful handmade deck that I found on the Internet. I love how the artwork really speaks to me. It's simple and powerful. It's full of hand drawn animals and rustic designs. I've laid out a few spreads below using the deck so you can see the artwork in action. 





3 card spread:

7 of cups
Mother of wands (queen of wands)
Ace of swords 


4 card spread: 

The Magician 
Strength
Judgement 
The Hanged Man 


And below you can see all of the major arcana laid out all at once. 






And here is what the deck looks like in a Celtic Cross spread. It has become one of my favourite decks already. I've used it for several readings with clients already. 


If you are interested in a tarot reading by me please check out my Etsy store. I've just added a 3 card ($10) and a Celtic Cross ($20) spread on Etsy. 

15 comments:

  1. Hello! What an interesting tarot deck (and I really love your black and white china!!).

    In the meanwhile, My Little Victorienne and Purple Kitty are waiting for a visit from you at my blog! We hope you enjoy your time there!

    Wishing you a wonderful and Mad Tea Party weekend!

    Betty

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  2. Great tarot deck! I love the art. Thank you for sharing them and that gorgeous tea set. Enjoy the weekend and all the parties!

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  3. A beautiful deck and a wonderful selection in your etsy store.
    I enjoy card readings and try to practice when I can.
    Please visit me today- I have music
    http://dogsmomvisits.blogspot.com/2016/07/mad-tea-party-2016.html

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  4. Wonderful!!Thank you so much for your hospitality, Dear ~ I think Tarot is so interesting! Happy Mad Tea-ing!
    Hugs,
    Anne
    http://alittlefurinthepaint.blogspot.com/2016/07/welcome-to-mad-tea-party-2016.html

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  5. Wonderful!!Thank you so much for your hospitality, Dear ~ I think Tarot is so interesting! Happy Mad Tea-ing!
    Hugs,
    Anne
    http://alittlefurinthepaint.blogspot.com/2016/07/welcome-to-mad-tea-party-2016.html

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  6. SUCH a gorgeous and intriguing deck! I can see how it is your favorite! The tea was magikal!

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  7. Awesome party, thanks for posting! I love that you did Tarot too- we did ours afterward and didn't take pictures of it!

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  8. Mary! There is nothing I favor more than a magickal gathering of tea time and tarot! Your deck is absolutely mystical! The Wild Uknown deck is on my wishlist! I had such a wonderful time summoning up some whimsical spirits with the ouija board at your party today! I think I can still hear them giggling as they pour themselves some more tea!
    I hope you stop by my party as well!

    http://justinasworld.com/a-fanciful-twists-mad-tea-party/

    Justina
    xoxo

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  9. Wow, what a fantastic Tarot deck! I love the little ouija board with your black and white tea set, too. It all looks very intriguing! Cheers, Sarah

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  10. I know nothing about tarot cards, but I do know a little about art, and the illustrations are lovely.

    Happy Mad Tea Party!
    xo,
    Ricki Jill

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  11. I love your owl tea pot---super cute!

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  12. Happy unbirthday to you...love the Tarotcards...sorry i´m late but my computer cracked down.
    Hugs
    Kat

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  13. Awesome tarot tea party!! The table looks amazing with different tarots. Recently threw my friends a tea party at event venues Chicago. Had lovely floral arrangements. For invitation had handmade cards that were really appreciated by all.

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