My Witchy Finds!

Witchy Wearables, my local witchy shop, always has incredible finds. There are so many unique lines and fun little baubles you simply cannot find anywhere else. Lughnasadh was a few days ago, and I spent part of that afternoon browsing the shelves, perusing all the goodies not there the last time I shopped. I'd like to share some of my finds with you.

This super cool witchy bottle reminded me of a bottle I received from Mrs. Oddly. It doesn't have anything in it, but it's just super cool. The artist is Eliora, and they make candles, candle sticks, goblets, votive holders, votives, and all sorts of other witchy things. I can honestly say I'll be buying a LOT more from this artist. I just need to think of something to put in there. I can honestly say, Eliora's bottles make me want to learn how to make witchy oils so I can fill them.

Confession: I cannot, for the life of me, make witchy oils. 

Another confession: I've never actually tried. I hear it's a rather expensive hobby. And...yeah...

I HAVE MY OWN VENUS OF WILLENDORF!!!!! Really, I cannot tell you how excited I was to find this piece. I'm almost positive this has been sitting there all this time, but I've just now seen it. They had these carved out of either rose quartz or this stone, which I think is red jasper. She sits on my altar, but I just love holding her in my hand. She feels comfortable and right. She might find her way into my pocket when I'm having a particularly hard time and need a little watching over. 

Do YOU have a Venus of Willendorf? 

I got this horse talisman and wrapped citrine as a present for Partner who is going to be buying and selling some horses in the near future. I'll be dedicating this talisman to Epona, and he will keep it in his truck, unless you have a better idea for its location. Citrine for business success and the horse talisman...umm...kinda self-explanatory. Anyways, I hope he finds it to be a lovely helper in his business ventures.

What witchy finds have YOU found lately? How jealous are you of mine? 

Love and Lyte,

Fire Lyte


  1. Gorgeous bottle, even without anything in it!

  2. Ah, nothing like a good Witchy Haul. I don't make my own witchy oils either. I've heard it's expensive too and I've just never felt the draw to do it. Now candles, for some reason, I feel the draw to make my own. This was great. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I sculpted my own Venus of Willendorf because I couldn't find one I liked. She's made from rose-colored clay that has a slightly silver cast; I like yours. I does look like red jasper. I love seeing other people's stuff.

    Making oils is easy-storing them is the tricky part because they can go rancid so easily. If I make something I do it in as little quantity as possible to use it up within a week or two. I confess that I purchase most of my oils otherwise. I have better luck making incense and bath salts.

  4. I am delighted you like my work, and that you have one of my bottles. The Moon Goddess is one of my favorite designs.

    Witchy Wearables in Midlothian is a fabulous shop, and Kate and Morn are simply the best.

    Thank you so very much for your kind and lovely comments.

    Love and Light,

  5. It was only a matter of time, my creative friend. You have cast a light in Midlothian that will draw others in to Witchy's in search of your treasures. Wonderful news for the countryside! Blessed Be!

  6. Oh Good lords LOOK AT THAT BOTTLE!!!!!!! Oh sorry I didn't mean to drool on your page sweets. lol!


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