I ship my custom items anywhere in the world via USPS.  At this moment in time, nationally,  jewelry ships for $3 for the first item, with a charge of $0.75 for each additional piece of jewelry.  International shipping on jewelry is $6.50 plus $0.75 for each additional piece.

Wands ship for $5 US shipping, $10-$15 Internationally, depending on country.

Books of Shadows ship for $20 US shipping, and $50 everywhere else.  Please keep in mind, that these are rather large and heavy books, hence the shipping cost.  They measure 11 1/2″ x 9″ and have approximately 400 sheets of quality parchment paper.



I only accept returns for damaged or defective merchandise.  I must be contacted within 48 hours of delivery.  If the items arrives in damaged packaging, DO NOT THROW IT AWAY!  Typically there is an investigation when an item is shipped insured, and is damaged in transit.  The courier service will want to see the damaged box.

You will have the option of an exchange for a similar item, a credit, or a refund.

Due to the nature of digital files, no refunds are given for e-courses or subscriptions.



I’m happy to announce that I offer layaway for wands and Books of Shadows.  A deposit of 25% is required, and work will start on your item once the last payment is received.  All money paid towards a custom item is non-refundable, though you will receive a shoppe credit for whatever you have paid.  Please contact me for more information or to set up a payment plan 🙂



I do not perform spells for others.  It is not something I am comfortable with charging, as results really cannot be guaranteed.  We are all here to learn our own lessons, and if a spell is not for your highest good, it will not work.  I apologize to anyone who is disappointed by this, but I do not feel that I can ethically do spells for others over the internet.  If that is what you are searching for, there are many on the web that will be happy to help you.  I cannot give recommendations, since I do not personally know anyone who does this as a business.  I will say that I don’t feel that those who do spells for money are necessarily scam artists-I’m sure there are many who love to help people in this way.  Any spell can backfire or just plain not work, and that does not mean that the practitioner is a scam artist.  Like I said, it’s just not my thing.