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Stir in Some Magick Silicone Spatula

$ 5.00

Add a bit of positive, magickal energy to your kitchen witch spellcraft by stirring your recipes with the Stir in Some Magick Silicone Spatula from Inked Goddess Creations.

Spatulas are one of a kitchen witch's most useful tools. Used primarily for stirring batters, they can also be used as a wand to draw a sacred circle around your kitchen before performing your kitchen magick. These high-grade silicone spatulas are made exclusively for Inked Goddess Creations, designed by owner, Morgan. They are purple in color for divine guidance, and blessed with the intentional phrase "Stir in Some Magick" right on the handle. The white spatula part is food-grade silicone, which can handle temperatures up to 450 degrees F. It is also top rack dishwasher safe, which is great for easy clean up after your kitchen spellcraft is done. 

Each order is for 1 spatula, measuring 2" x 9 1/8" x 3/8". Other items in picture are not included, and are to show size reference.

These spatulas were first featured in November 2017's Magick Mail box, themed "The Kitchen Witch."

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Perfect for icing.

I've been using it for icing my cakes, cupcakes, and cookies. I love using it and it works great for icing everything.

Kitchen Witch Wand!

This is a sturdy tool, especially the handle. The end is like you'd expect any good quality spatula to be. Will stir most items, but not a heavy dough like one person mentioned. I really like this item. I'm not typically a purple fan, but I think it's the right color for the purpose.

Flexible and heat-safe!

This spatula has a very thin, flexible edge that would make it perfect for cleaning out a bowl! I think it would probably struggle with stirring a really thick dough though. I’ve got visions of rose-petal icing and other beautiful and witchy concoctions. :) Since I’m not out of the “broom closet,” I will put this away for special recipes, but the phrase is open-ended enough that you might not need to! The handle also seems pretty ergonomic, and I love that it’s heat-safe!