Sigil Witchery by Laura Tempest Zakroff

Sigil Witchery by Laura Tempest Zakroff

Author:Laura Tempest Zakroff
Language: eng
Format: epub
Tags: Laura Tempest Zakroff;Laura Tempest;Laura Zakroff;sigil;sigils;crafting sigils;creating a sigil;creating sigils;sigil magic;sigil magick;using sigils;sigil witchery;pagan;paganism;witchcraft;witchery;CVR05182017
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.
Published: 2017-11-10T17:18:56+00:00

Sigil Satchels—Canvas Bags Embellished with Washable Paint by the Author

Fabric Paint

I’m a fan of fabric paint. (Yes, they still make it, in case you only remember it from the late eighties or early nineties.) It comes in a huge variety of colors, is completely washable, and dries relatively quickly. I like Tulip brand paint. Their 1.25 fluid ounce paint is easy to hold and control, and they make some nice metallics. If you’re scared of freehand-drawing your sigil with a little squeeze bottle of paint, you can use chalk or a washable pen/marker/pencil to draw your sigil first, then use it as a guide to paint your sigil. One interesting place you could put a sigil is on your socks—where you’ll be able to see it when you put them on, but it will be covered by shoes otherwise. Or maybe you want to infuse your favorite tie—you can paint the sigil on the reverse side. I suppose you could even paint sigils on your underwear if that inspires you. (Perhaps a handy location for a fertility sigil, if that’s your goal? Use caution.)



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