Crafty Cauldron


Crafty Cauldron

This is a paper crafting group for fellow paper crafters and scrapbookers alike. We will try to have one swap a month. Grab your pens...pencils....scissors and adhesive and lets get crafty!!

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Latest Activity: May 13

Discussion Forum


Started by Beryl. Last reply by Beryl May 13. 2 Replies

After viewing many Youtube videos about making ephemera making some myself from all sorts of crafts leftovers using up bits of papers. Anyone else making ephemera?Continue

The Birthday Club

Started by Moon. Last reply by Courtnee white Jun 29, 2014. 3 Replies

Please take a moment and add your Paganspace name and birthday, and zodiac sign here as well as some card themes you love, so those that want to can send you a nice little card for your birthday. No…Continue

Yule Card Swap 2010

Started by Moon. Last reply by hippiechic Jan 30, 2012. 3 Replies

This swap will be to make a handmade card (in any form you like) for each person that signs up. Sign up deadline is December 8th and cards will need to be in the mail and postmarked by December 15th…Continue

Samhain/Halloween card swap 2010#1

Started by Moon. Last reply by morgaine1571 Sep 6, 2010. 16 Replies

Ok gals, here are the details....this swap is to make cards with the Halloween or Samhain theme for each person that signs up on the list. Sign ups will close on July 23rd, and your cards will need…Continue

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Comment by Mesiyah on February 7, 2013 at 11:38am

Mama's Conjure Kitchen

This is a blog that has a catalog of recipes, spells, baths, washes, oils, herbs, and crystal use. Taken from the practices of Hoodoo, New Orleans Voodoo, Hatian Voodoo, African American Folk Magic, Santeria, and Palo Mayombe.This blog will also talk about working with the loas, Orishas, Ancestors, Angels, and Saints.I Mesiyah the Water Witch and Certified Hoodoo Practitioner along with many others will be contributing to the blog

Comment by Moon on July 6, 2012 at 11:47pm

Hi all! There's a new yahoo group forming called CreativePagans13 if anyone is interested in joining. It will be a group for Pagan scrapbooking and rubber stamping projects. I am very excited about it, and I think it will be a very active swapping group. If you all are interested in participating in chat and swaps about these particular areas of crafting pop on over and check it out. There is a short approval wait before joining, but I think it will be so much fun. I miss all the swaps and things I used to participate in and look forward to getting back to those.

Comment by Mesiyah on June 25, 2012 at 12:13pm

Hey everyone I am thinking about incorporating poster boards when decorating my altar. Anybody else doing the same?

Comment by Moon on January 22, 2012 at 9:26pm

Hey everyone! It's been pretty quiet around here for the last while. I have been so busy with work that my head just spins these days. I am slowly getting back into my art and it is really just what I have needed. I've missed you all, and would love to hear what everyone has been making these days or see some pictures of your creations!

Comment by Amy Jewell Designs, Inc. on September 12, 2011 at 3:59pm
A little about myself, I was born and raised in Central Maine, except for a few years that my husband and I lived in Alaska. That was one of the most wonderful experience in my life.

I have been making hand made jewelry for over 10 years, and providing inexpensive jewelry to my local community without the overly high priced marked up prices from the third world countries, which manpower sweatshops, shoddy workmanship, cheap materials and mass production. All our jewelry and designs are personally designed and hand made.

I personally hand pick all the materials, gemstones and precious metals from around the world which goes into our finished products. We stand 100% behind our jewelry, and very proud to say it's AMERICAN MADE right here in Maine....

We offer free design services to our customers. I personally know all too well what it's like when your looking for the perfect piece of jewelry that's going to make that day more special when your getting married, or a special occasion, or anniversary.
Or your simply looking for the perfect gift for someone very dear to you or you have an outfit in your closet that you've been aching to wear, but just don't have anything to go with it.

That's where we come in. You simply give us an idea of what your looking for, myself and our team will come up with something that will be cherished and a wonderful hand me down for centuries to come.
From time to time, I also offer free classes to those who are truly inspired.

Have a Blessed Day

Comment by morgaine1571 on September 5, 2011 at 4:20pm
Wow what happened to everyone?
Comment by morgaine1571 on July 31, 2011 at 1:52pm

how come i cant see who posted in here?  this is very strange


Comment by morgaine1571 on July 20, 2011 at 8:56pm

i dont know about any of the stores in manhattan, I can tell you about magical realms  its in the bronx



let me know when you get here.. if youre able or like you say we can try in sept.. I live just 30 minutes from manhattan..

you have my number

give me a call when you get here.   maybe i can travel in after work.

Comment by Moon on July 20, 2011 at 3:20pm
Leaving for NYC in the morning. Not happy about a 12 hour bus ride, but what can ya do. Morgaine, I probably won't be able to visit much this time since I have someone with me, but they are having another short trip in September that I am going to try and take by myself, and I would love to plan some things with you then. He's not into witchy stores much, but I hope to visit at least one this time. Maybe we could even do some art together in September. I see you have been doing the tarot art and it is stunning. I love your tarot ATC idea too. I have heard there's a rubber stamp store in Greenwich Village called The Ink Pad-ever been there. Is it worth going to?

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