Small enough to fit in a pocket or a purse, you can carry this fun miniature deck everywhere. Charming images of black cats, pointed hats, magic brooms, and more make this the perfect choice for witchy tarot readings. Based on the classic Rider-Waite deck but updated for the busy modern witch, this mini tarot has a whimsical air while still being dedicated to the serious job of providing answers to life's tough questions.
Please note that this deck does not come with an instructional booklet.
Deborah Blake is a Wiccan high priestess and leader of the eclectic group Blue Moon Circle. She manages the Artisans' Guild, a not-for-profit artists' cooperative shop, and works as a tarot reader and energy healer. Deborah is the author and cocreator of many books and decks, including Everyday Witch Tarot, Everyday Witchcraft, A Year and a Day of Everyday Witchcraft, and The Little Book of Cat Magic. Visit her online at www.deborahblakeauthor.com, or on social media.
Elisabeth Alba's fantastical work can be seen in magazines, games, and books, including Llewellyn's Magical Almanacs. After growing up in Pennsylvania and Florida, and living in New York City where she earned a master's degree at the School of Visual Arts, Elisabeth settled in Western Massachusetts with her husband, illustrator Scott Murphy, and dog, Rayo. If she's not lost within a creation on her desk, she's usually found reading, checking out local antique shops and museums, playing board games and puzzles, or traveling. She usually works traditionally with ink, watercolor, and gouache. Find her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and www.albaillustration.com.