We are a team of people with shops on Etsy.com who walk similar alternative spiritual paths, focusing our beliefs in the world of Nature. Our team membership encompasses different Goddess-based traditions, as well as Taoism, Buddhism and similar paths. Our shops are as diverse as our membership. We are not limited to selling only items representing our spiritual path, but also create to make your everyday world a better and more interesting place.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Dangle Diva Club!

Hey all you Earring Addicts!

I have JUST the solution for you! Come on over to my shop and pickup YOUR subscription to the Dangle Diva Club!

Every month, all Members of the DDC will receive an email newsletter from me, with exclusive earring selections. Simply reply to me with the pair you like, and they will be gift wrapped and sent to you! It’s like getting a little gift just for you, every month, with no fuss, muss or having to spend hours searching for the perfect pair! Let ME bring the awesomeness to YOU!

This also makes the perfect gift for a loved one! Send them a little something every month, without lifting a finger!

You can read more of the details, rules and disclaimers if you click on the above picture! Come on, you KNOW you want to! Join the DDC fun today!

Saturday, May 17, 2008

BreathoftheDragon on Etsy

I've been working on my Etsy store today. I've added shop policies and updated some information like team tag info on my profile.

I am working a lot lately, so I doubt I will be listing any new items any time soon. I hope to make some new ones in the coming month, however.

Check it out and let me know what you think!

P.S. -- Also, would you please list me on the side of this blog? I don't see my shop listed. Thanks.

Monday, May 5, 2008


I've recently had the enormous pleasure of welcoming a wonderful addition to the Hedgewitch herb garden .. a beautiful young elder tree, which had obligingly seeded it itself into a tub behind our house.

It is small enough that I think it has a good few years before it becomes too large for the roof garden, and it is covered with little flowerbuds. Many of the local elder trees are already in bloom, so I'm looking forward to seeing the first blossom on the Hedgewitch tree sometime soon.

This tree is steeped in folk-lore and is a fount of mystery and medicine. I have been collecting elderflowers for years, and am so delighted to be able to have my very own elder growing amongst the herbs in my garden. Further information on the Elder can be found on the Earth and Tree blog where I have posted an information sheet and directions for making elderflower tea.

Needless to say, I wasted no time in trying a leaf to take impressions and was pleased to see that it works very well - a more subtle impression than some of the herbs with more ribbed leaf construction, but perhaps the more beautiful for this?