The Fae and the Ferns Tarot Cards

The Fae and the Ferns Tarot

The Fae and the Ferns Tarot Cards

Tarot cards are something Desiree always wanted.  The Fae and the Ferns Tarot Cards are beautifully designed and you can get them in the regular cards and metal.  This deck is inspired by the classic Rider Waite tarot deck, so definitions can carry over! If you are familiar with the Rider Waite than this deck will be similar in nature.

I don’t read tarot cards but if you know someone interested they should look at the Sincerely Sam store on Etsy.  They have different versions of tarot cards and other items too.

The pictures on each card are very detailed and look amazing.  The purple and pink colors work great together to add the extra mystery to The Fae and the Ferns Tarot Cards.

The Fae and Ferns Tarot deck is a 78 full color deck with to the edge printing. The tarot deck is a divination tool used to look into the past, present, and future. It can be used to strengthen your intuition, and can also be used just for fun. The deck includes 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana. Each suit (Minor Arcana) is themed. Cups are birds, Pentalces are bunnies, Swords and Moths, and Wands are Bees.

Definitions of the cards will be provided, they also highly recommend you get comfortable with the cards and come up with your own meanings.

The STANDARD deck comes in a tuck box for no charge. If you would like to have your deck inside of a RIGID custom color box, it is available for a $5 upgrade. The METALLIC tarot cards come with the rigid box for no extra charge.

I love that this comes with cards that explain what each card means.  This is an over-sized deck but it is still easy to handle.

Stop by and get The Fae and the Ferns Tarot Cards at Sincerely Sam today.  These make a great stocking stuffer and the metal ones will last forever.


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  1. Tarot cards are kind of fascinating. They can be really beautifully designed, they have so many ‘characters’ and I’m amazed at people who can actually get well-versed in what each card means. I don’t necessarily take them seriously but I think they’re fun.

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