Magic in Your Living Room * Tools for a Pagan Life *

Princeton, New Jersey | 890 Sales


Magic in Your Living Room * Tools for a Pagan Life *

Princeton, New Jersey 890 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Wendy Wilson

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Wendy Wilson

Announcement    Reviewers of my shop have suggested that I explain that this is all my original design and by purchasing an altar cloth or tarot cloth, you are getting a work of art.


Last updated on Jun 16, 2019

Reviewers of my shop have suggested that I explain that this is all my original design and by purchasing an altar cloth or tarot cloth, you are getting a work of art.


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Magic in Your Living Room is featuring both ready-to-use rituals and the tools for those rituals.

Magic in Your Living Room is a shop of magic items, including ready-to-use ritual programs, gorgeous textiles and now coloring books. We have rituals for all holidays, for small groups and for solitaries. We have beautiful altar cloths for all holidays! And Free Shipping!

The designs for the altar cloths are based on Pagan and Wiccan symbols. They each express an idea and usually have seasonal aspects. And they are a colorful addition to your ritual, or just to your home. If you are interested in a custom design or just yardgoods, let me know.

If you order a ritual, the booklet you will receive includes information on how to set up for the ritual, all the words spoken and all the actions taken in the ritual and even a list of items needed for the ritual. Part of the booklet can be used as a program for the participants. We are now including complexity ratings on each listing. Each listing now has some indication of how complicated each ritual will be to organize.

I have been a priestess for many years and I have organized many rituals. I have also been to the rituals of others. I think that a ritual should have a focal idea, something to answer the question "what are we celebrating?". I think it should be very participatory and active. Too many rituals are dominated by the priestess or priest yammering away while everyone stands around. I prefer rituals where everyone gets to do something. Action is more interesting for the participants. It gets the point of the ritual across better than people just standing around talking or worse, a priest or priestess just standing around talking. I try to structure some of the rituals so that the participant ends up with an object that can be taken home as a reminder of the work. Not always, of course, but on occasion.

Most of these rituals are oriented to a small group, perhaps 4 to 13 people. They are scaled to fit in a living room or a small backyard. Some of them can scale up for a larger group, the Maypole ritual, for example. Some of them can scale down for only a couple of people. And of course, since there are times when we are all solitary pagans, I have included some rituals for one person.

These are fairly non-denominational rituals. The participants in my rituals are not all Wiccan or even Pagan. Some are eclectic pagans or not aligned with a religion. Some are agnostics or atheists who respect the human need for ritual.

The rituals are also reflections of my ideas of deity and reality, which may or may not be the generally held ideas. A long time ago, as a new Wiccan, I read the works of Marion Weinstein and Scott Cunningham. The concept that the witch was the magic resonated with me and has permeated my rituals, spells and thinking. Each of us is the magical child, born of the earth and made of star stuff. My idea is to look within ourselves for deity. It’s not a new thought, but it’s a good one.

Each ritual is based on a central theme derived from Neo-Pagan and Wiccan traditions. I pull one idea or tradition and build a ritual that involves the participants in that idea. I have also used current scientific theories, natural phenomena and the random thoughts , both my own and those of others around me.

I take seriously the idea that Wicca is a religion of experience. Ritual is a right-brain activity – words only carry the message, they do not convey the truth. No book, no lecture, no sermon can bring us an understanding of a larger reality. Ritual can. Ritual takes us from the place of work and home and family to a separate place. Within that place, ritual can bring the participant to a mindstate where the perception of the extra-ordinary is possible. That doesn’t happen always or even often, but it is possible.

I am now beginning to include other items you might need for ritual. My interest in the symbols I use in ritual led me to creating art that includes the symbols I use in ritual, so I am having those symbolic designs printed for use as altar cloths. Beauty is always appropriate in life.

* Samhain * Yule * Imbolc * Ostara * Beltane * Litha * Lammas * Mabon *

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  • Wendy WIlson


Production partners

  • Contrado - On Demand Fabric Printin

    Philadelphia, PA

    Contrado prints my designs on silk, since my main printer, Spoonflower has discontinued silk.

  • Costco

    North Brunswick, NJ

    Remote printing

  • Downtown Printing

    New Brunswick, NJ

    Minority owned business in downtown New Brunswick

  • Printful

    Charlotte, NC

    Pre-approved printer for tshirts, mugs and other items

  • Spoonflower

    NC, United States

    Spoonflower is an internet-based fabric printer. Artists upload their designs to their webpage and Spoonflower prints them. Spoonflower does a much better job of printing my designs than I can so I can provide you with a better product.

  • Vista Printing

    Livonia, MI

    Online printer oriented to small business needs.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 29, 2018
Welcome to Magic in Your Living Room. Here you will find beautiful textiles and rituals for celebration of all the Pagan holidays or anytime. There are rituals for small groups and for solitary practitioners. They are mostly non-denominational and could be used by anyone interested in having ritual as a part of their life.

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
If the ritual you receive is inappropriate... too complex, impractical or doesn't fit with your ideas, drop us a note and we will customize it or replace it with a different, more appropriate ritual. We have done this with success in the past.

For non-digital items, you may return them for a replacement or refund within 14 days of receipt. If it arrived damaged, we will send you a new one or refund the cost of the item.
We are accepting Paypal and credit cards. Cancellations will be accepted up to the time of shipping. If we ship to NJ, we will collect 7% sales tax.
FREE SHIPPING for USPS Ground Domestic. We will be shipping in 1-2 days via USPS ground. We will send you the tracking number on request.
Additional policies and FAQs
We can customize any ritual or graphic at your request. You dream it up and I'll make it into a fabric.

Textiles can also be ordered as yardgoods. The altar cloths can be ordered at any size up to about 36"X36". In fact, we have done 72"X36". Just drop me a note at wwilson553 [!at] or convo me at etsy.