Do you like spirit boards? Our society is a little mixed on the subject. Some of the ladies think they make lovely Halloween decorations. However, there was the incident with Lurva LaRue who accidentally nudged the planchette of one and ended up in a screaming match with someone from beyond the veil. The argument? She was not prepared to take on the responsibility of being a ghostly telegraph message deliverer when she had a hard enough time keeping up correspondence with her own kids! These designs are called functional art and include our O.M.T.S. logo and our wonderful tea bats. These items will be for sale at our sister shoppe The Attic Shoppe’s table.
Did you know our Butterfly Circus Tea makes a wonderful drink whether warm or cold? This tea is a very aromatic floral blend of Gulabi tea, rose buds, jasmine blossoms, dried lemon, sarsaparilla, and rose & jasmine extract. So while the heat is taking out some of the fun out of drinking warm tea, why not try something new for your iced teas? You can pick up a tin through our Etsy shoppe here.
With all that’s been going on in our hectic tea lives, it’s taken a little time to pop back into Flossie’s Bat Emporium and put in our order of Tea Bats Lenormand decks to offer through our site again. Luckily they’ve just been listed on deck publisher The Attic Shoppe Trading Company’s website and are now available! And they’re on sale! This beautifully whimsical bat-centric lenormand deck comes in a cloth wrap and packaged in a labeled box tin. It also comes with a companion book of brief card descriptions/meanings and a little bat trivia. So if you want to practice a little “bat-tea” cartomancy, we’ve got the deck for you. View all ordering details here!
Our society’s own Wormwood Queen has put her first book out on the art of tea leaf reading! Tea and Tasseomancy: A Guide to Reading Tea Leaves: “A fun book teaching a centuries old tradition. Use the guidelines set forth to gain confidence and open your intuition. A perfect excuse to relax and sip a cup of tea while reading. Then try your hand at creating your own tea blends by experimenting with the recipes included.” Ready to try your hand at the art of reading tea leaves? You can pick up a copy of your own and get started here!