Still shopping for the witch in your life? Or, would you like to stuff a little something in your own stocking? Check out the witchy wish list below for some Craft-y ideas to make this holiday season magical.
I had so much fun curating this year’s list! From premium apothecary jars to brand new witchy reads to an eclectic selection of tarot cards, I scoured Amazon to find some unique choices. Here’s to a happy Yule!
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For the Jewelry Lover
Got a jewelry lover? These witchy little gems combine the grace of design with the magic of gemstones.
This gorgeous triquetra ring features Celtic knot work and moonstone.
A lovely, cocktail-style statement ring with mother of pearl makes a bold statement at any tarot table, pagan craft booth or high ritual.
Love the unique celtic knot work in this natural moonstone necklace (I’m all about the moonstone this year!)
Subtle and understated, this simple moon-shaped studs make charming little stocking stuffers.
Looking for something chic and classic? This high-quality onyx necklace is worth passing down to your next gen.
For the kitchen witch.
Love this little kitchen witch apron with the Wheel of the Year on it and all the detailing.
For the herbalist.
Wow the herbalist in your life with these gorgeous, premium grade glass apothecary jars.
Let her rest her peepers underneath this royal purple lavender eye pillow.
For the male witch.
Jim’s Witch Brew Organic Coffee serves up java with a touch of magic.
A coming-of-age tale that combines the magic and mysticism with the journey of a lifetime, The Alchemist is a classic that’s sure to appeal to inner boy in every male witch.
It takes work to look that good! Give him the gift of this herbal facial scrub for men, featuring natural sandalwood and peppermint. Bonus: He’s going to smell amazing!
For Pagan Kids
Give your budding little witchlette this wicked cool lunar lamp, and let her marvel at the magic of the moon as she drifts into dreamland.
Introduce your child to some classic Celtic fairy tales with An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales.
If the witchlette in your life hasn’t quite made it into the tween years, this makes a great first deck. It isn’t in classic Raider-Waitte style, but the imagery is based on classical fairytales like Little Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty, making it instantly familiar and accessible to kids.
For the Book Lover
Fresh press for the magical bookworm, most of these titles are new this year.
The Holy Wild: A Heathen Bible for the Untamed Woman by Danielle Dulsky
A book the feminist practitioner is sure to appreciate, this one focuses on the feminine divine. Carve your own path with this handbook on how to create a spiritual life that’s all yours.
Know a witch who is more than a little ready to say goodbye to 2018? If personal tragedy struck this year, the holidays can be a hard time. Get this one to help a witch help herself.
Just in time for the holidays, this one fills a much needed gap for a book on magical body recipes. Perfect for the crafty witch who loves making her own, natural home remedies and body products.
The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, Revised and Expanded: Over 800 Natural, Nontoxic, and Fragrant Recipes to Create Health, Beauty, and Safe Home and Work Environments by Valeria Ann Worwood
This highly rated modern classic gets 4.5 stars out of 2,000 reviews on Amazon. Great for anyone who loves working with essential oils and maintaining a non-toxic hearth and home.
For the edgy witch, this book explores the use of psychotropic substances in cultures around the world from a historical prospective. Hatsis is an expert on the ritual use of altered states of consciousness.
Perfect for the green witch! Blackthorn uses her extensive knowledge as a hoodoo practitioner to present practical ways for using the metaphysical properties of herbs and oils in spellcraft.
Italian Folk Magic: Rue’s Kitchen Witchery by Mary Grace Fahrun
A 2018 must-have addition to the bookshelf of any kitchen witch or Strega practitioner. Not just an ordinary cookbook, this one includes folkloric Italian tales and heart-warming recipes to fill your soul.
For the Tarot Reader and Divination Junkie
As an avid collector of creative tarot decks, I compiled a list of my favorites spanning over a decade of publication. These are the ones I recommend the most.
This clever little retro deck features charming touches that any stay-at-home witch is sure to appreciate. (The Devil card is chocolate!)
Pick this one up for the full time mom in your life.
My hands-down favorite deck for about a year now, I love the surreal, beautiful, dreamlike art in this deck. Both whimsical and dark, the illustrations tap into the deepest part of the unconscious mind. Eye candy for the soul.
This one is great for the teen witch. It’s neither super high-brow nor woefully childish, making it both approachable and hip.
Every time I post images of this deck on the blog, I get a flood of emails and comments asking what deck it is.
Whimsical and fresh, it’s hard to find a deck more worthy to show off at your next coven meeting.
Air signs are sure to delight in the evocative, graceful art of Josephine Wall. Beautiful, intricate and colorful, this creative professional’s natural flare for images of the otherworldly spark the stillest imaginations.
For the fine art lover, this clever deck adapts classic impressionist paintings to fit the tarot narrative. A lovely coffee table deck for the sophisticated reader.