When I first saw this tarot deck some years back, I just had to own a copy. Now, I am not exactly a domestic diva ( my adult daughters make fun of me if I actually grocery shop) but this deck is a must have for the art work and humor alone! It is a very 50's/60's sort of deck with plates as pentacles and even martini glasses as cups. The deck comes in a neat little gingham recipe box. A great gift for your favorite house- witch!
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