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Starplast 10-561 - Playhouse Magical House, Outdoor and Sports, 102 x 90 x 109 cm

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Victorian: you can go gothic with the Victorian look or just keep it true Victorian style. Either way, many witches associate the Victorian period with being “witchy”. It’s mysterious and classic. Antiques go a long way with the Victorian theme. Gothic witches love this theme a fascinating read for anyone interested in how fear of witchcraft and other dark forces have influenced the behaviour of people and therefore the archaeological record. Since it is not heavy on theoretical consideration, readers looking for accessible information on these aspects of past life can appreciate it. Those with a more academic interest will especially find the extensive material and finds catalogue useful. The book works well as a reference work for the subject, particularly for the UK and an excellent starting point when considering the rest of the world.” •Fennoscandia Archaeologica Miniature Golf (US Original PBS Version and US Pledge Drive Version) (Top Right Window Sketch in the US Original PBS Version and the US Sprout Version, Bottom Left Window Sketch in the US Pledge Drive Version) Staircase turns into a slide for Mirabel just like in the film! Mirabel's room plays music and features a light display. Open Antonio, and Isabela's magical room doors to hear lights and sound features!

Each room or garden was a chapter, set in a different time and place; as particular as locations in a travelogue. Employing the full machinery of my imagination, I included scenes, characters and wild descriptions. I scoured my previous short stories, poetry and writings. Ultimately, I posed myself fanciful questions. The perfect place for Gospel brunch? 1954 New Orleans. The perfect place to sleep? A starry July night at The Alhambra palace in Spain. A hunting lodge for rich weirdoes? A late Victorian tower in Snowdonia. Following the cleansing ritual, set up a magical barrier. The first way to do this is to bless your doorways, windows, and all openings to your home including chimneys and exhausts. You can use a bit of olive oil, essential oils, or any kind of oil and draw a protective symbol on each window and door. For example – a pentacle, triquetra, cross, runes, etc. This same blessing ritual can also be done with a bit of holy water or moon water. Use what you have! Add Protective Elements All AroundThe best witchy decorating ideas center around the four elements. By hanging wind chimes at your doorways and around your home, you add pretty, whimsical sounds and invoke the air element. This brings open communication for those who enter and carries wishes away on the winds. Wind spinners are fun in the garden. One of my favorite methods of enchanting my home is to use candles. We have candles in nearly every room. Light them and watch your home’s ambiance change from mundane to magical! You’re calling on the element of fire by doing so. If you can’t use actual candles, LED candles work just as well (they take energy to work don’t they?)! Earth & Water Element Hoggard’s work will hopefully act as a springboard for exciting future readings of concealed objects situated within the history of belief and magic.” • Darkartsjournal

FEELS LIKE HOME: With a door mail slot for kids to receive notes from family and friends as well as a working door and shutters, this playhouse feels like a real home. People created and concealed many objects to protect themselves from harmful magic. Detailed are the principal forms of magical house protection in Britain and beyond from the fourteenth century to the present day. Witch-bottles, dried cats, horse skulls, written charms, protection marks and concealed shoes were all used widely as methods of repelling, diverting or trapping negative energies. Many of these practices and symbols can be found around the globe, demonstrating the universal nature of efforts by people to protect themselves from witchcraft. Belief in magic and particularly the power of witchcraft was once a deep and enduring presence in popular culture. If your house is already a home, and the rental market isn’t a path you want to take, selling up and banking the cash is another way to go. Whether it means financial independence, a nest-egg for your family, or even the opportunity to splurge on those you love (including yourself, of course), selling the Somerset House could be the way to make your dream life a reality. Another special way of adding magic to your home is by setting up an altar. Be as discreet or as elaborate as you’d like and as your lifestyle allows. Find a tabletop surface, wall shelf, bookcase, etc. on which to place your altar. Preferably, it should be out of reach of pets and small children (unless you want to make it a pets or childrens’ altar). Types of AltarsEach room in your house has its own energy, it’s own unique magic. If you have an entire house to decorate and dedicate to your magic, consider each room as a separate entity. Here’s some ideas for witchy decorating by room: 1. The Witch’s Kitchen This needs to be written down in very clear writing or typeface, otherwise the entry may be deemed invalid. The retro witch’s home: antiques from your preferred era or decade, colors to fit your favorite period (rust orange, mustard yellows, greens for the 70s; pink and light blue for the 50s; red and light blue for the 40s, etc.); lace or linen curtains in the kitchen, an ice box and pie safe in the kitchen In Dog Kennel, and the PBS Rerun Version of Flower Festival, the Magic Windmill stops spinning, but then it goes to The Tip Toe Dance. Disney’s Encanto fans can have lots of creative fun with this toy dolls house. It comes with a simple building guide, and the free LEGO Building Instructions app with digital Instructions PLUS allows kids to zoom, rotate, and visualise their playset as they build.

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