Stuffed it with a plethora of magical tools that we often wish we had at our disposal, but seldom do: an Indian head penny, a Mercury dime, a rattlesnake bone, shredded U.S. currency, Spanish moss, a skeleton key, and a sample-sized vial of St. Dorothy the Wicked oil - all wrapped up in a 5-inch round crocheted doily. And to top it off, I've included ideas for implementing each of these fabulous tools into your magical practice:
Skeleton Key: Unlocks secrets as well as the gates between the mundane and magical worlds; sacred to the Man at the Crossroads.
Indian Head Penny: Scouts out danger, prevents legal entanglements and keeps harmful people at bay. (Commonly used keep the police away)
Mercury Dime: Quickly clears obstacles, and opens roads and doors to opportunity and possibility.
Rattlesnake Bone: Strengthens curses and efforts to rid oneself of enemies and relieve them of their power.
Shredded Money: A powerful addition to all money drawing efforts.
Spanish Moss: Powerful addition to efforts requiring longevity.
St. Dorothy the Wicked Oil: Anoint candles, objects, or yourself when you need a miracle of sorts - and the desired outcome is iffy.
Doily: Use for any efforts requiring connectivity. Drawing a ribbon through the spaces between stitches also creates a quick and easy charm bag.
Each box is hand decoupaged and autographed by Dorothy herself.