Artwork featuring a welcoming to the winter season. This year we are feeling a strong pull into the slumber of the cooler seasons. Sometimes a desire to withdraw and tuck away with nature. This artwork is an homage to that feeling.
With places for full-size tarot cards and some of our tiles. Of course you do not have to adhere to the placements, you can always disregard the placements and use them however you feel called!
Create a DIY Casting board book with our 9 x 12 vinyl sticker inserts!
📌Buy 4 stickers get 1 Free!!! Use code: “ StickerMe “ at checkout for discount.— MUST apply code at checkout to get discount. (See our other sticker listings for more variants!)
⬇️Watch this Video for a tutorial on how to put your stickers in a book: ⬇️
*Books Not included. I personally prefer the “reflexions double spiral field” ones found at: Jerry’s Artarama
Sticker Size: 8.9” x 11.75” (23cm x 30cm)
👉Please see the book photos to see how the example sticker looks in a 9x12 sketchbook with perforated tear out sheets. (They also work amazing in an 11x14 book if that’s your preferred size!
Applying the stickers:
I’ve shared a quick video on how to apply the stickers. Since they are vinyl they are a little thinner stock and have a slight stretch to them (Do your best to not stretch them.)
DO NOT PEEL THE FULL BACKING OFF!!!!
•Peel back a small section of the top to reveal the sticky bits
•Line the top edge of the sticker with your page
•Make a squeegee: Take a small piece of heavy card board (or one of our wooden card stands!) wrap it in a paper towel or soft cloth.
•smooth the top sticker edge down with the diy squeegee
•gently start peeling away the back of the sticker- this will naturally occur as you move the squeegee back and forth as you go down the page. — this helps to limit bubbles under the surface.
•once you get to the bottom smooth the sticker with the squeegee and you now have a color page ready for tarot casting!
Take a picture and be sure to tag your posts with #Tarotcasting #creativeDivinationSessions
Colors may vary due to monitors and screens
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