Plantable Seed Spell Paper- Green Witch Spell Paper for EcoFriendly Spells
Watch your goals, intentions and spells grow in front of you with Plantable Seed Spell Paper from Inked Goddess Creations.
Seed paper is the easiest way to send your intentions out into the world and watch your spell grow before your eyes. Simply write your spell, intentions, goals, etc onto the seed paper, plant it in your garden, and give it over to the Universe. Water your spell regularly, and as the seeds inside the paper grow into beautiful flowers, your intentions and spells will grow and come to fruition.
Seed paper is also great for creating your very own Fairy Garden. Wildflowers attract the fey, encouraging them to stick around for ease with Fairy Magick.
This seed paper is hand made using recycled paper- very ecofriendly! The seeds are pressed into the paper when it is made, creating a beautifully textured paper for writing simple spells.
We now have 2 types of seed paper to choose from:
5 Small Flowers- Each flower measures approximately 2.25". The pink, blue and brown flowers are wildflower seed mix, and the green and white flowers are an herb seed mix of parsley, chives and basil. These flowers are perfect for one word intention spells of things you want to grow and attract to you.
3 Large Stars- Each star measures approximately 3.5" and are a wildflower seed mix. These larger papers are great for more detailed writing spells.
Directions for how to use your spell paper come with each set. Each order is for 1 set of paper, in your choice of shape. Other items in picture are for size reference only.
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*Metaphysical properties are not guaranteed. Positive spell outcome is not guaranteed, nor is growth of flowers from seeds.
So today I used this as a part of my Summer Solstice celebration. I also used it for my GrNdaughters Wee Witch spell work. I plan to use this again.
I absolutely love this idea! It feels so much more personal than a candle, to me. The papers are adorable, and I can’t wait to see what wildflowers appear. What’s more, I can’t wait to start growing some of my own herbs!