Announcement   Witchy assemblage and décor for the gothic season when Halloween meets Christmas, Saturnalia marries Samhain, Yule and Twelfth Night are handfasted, and the grotesqueries of Carnival never cease. Obsessively inspired by the festive fury of the Krampus. Trinkets made with straw and wax, horn and bone. Folk magic with two-part resin and a glue gun.

----------- UNIVERSAL DISCLAIMER FOR ITEMS IN STORE-----------
The maker of these items is not liable for any misfortune experienced concurrent with use of items. Any magical efficacy ascribed to said items is exclusively imbued by the user and/or powers under his domain . The maker denies responsibility and association of said items with any ills of body, inclusive of poxes, boils, sweating sickness, bareness of womb, and death of the unweaned, likewise ills of the domestic order, here including the tangling of flax, dulling of knives, failure of mechanical works, disappearance of key and coin, likewise also calamities of the natural and celestial orders, here including hailstones, prodigious storms, the blighting and withering of crops, sickening or laming of herd and work animals, drying of dairy cows, and souring of milk.

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Last updated on Sep 1, 2016

Witchy assemblage and décor for the gothic season when Halloween meets Christmas, Saturnalia marries Samhain, Yule and Twelfth Night are handfasted, and the grotesqueries of Carnival never cease. Obsessively inspired by the festive fury of the Krampus. Trinkets made with straw and wax, horn and bone. Folk magic with two-part resin and a glue gun.

----------- UNIVERSAL DISCLAIMER FOR ITEMS IN STORE-----------
The maker of these items is not liable for any misfortune experienced concurrent with use of items. Any magical efficacy ascribed to said items is exclusively imbued by the user and/or powers under his domain . The maker denies responsibility and association of said items with any ills of body, inclusive of poxes, boils, sweating sickness, bareness of womb, and death of the unweaned, likewise ills of the domestic order, here including the tangling of flax, dulling of knives, failure of mechanical works, disappearance of key and coin, likewise also calamities of the natural and celestial orders, here including hailstones, prodigious storms, the blighting and withering of crops, sickening or laming of herd and work animals, drying of dairy cows, and souring of milk.

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