A Cornucopia overflows with gifts from the Autumn harvest. Placed upon the altar of a woodland witch, the horn of plenty spills pumpkins, poison apples, belladonna, and mugwort amongst the implements of the witch’s spell work. Three candles bathe the scene in a golden glow as incense, potions, a goblet, grimoire, and athame await their magical purpose. The witch uses these tools to enchant the forest land with abundant crops. Once harvested she uses the crops to make potions both healing and harmful and imbue her athame, or ceremonial dagger, with the power of the mother goddess. Her serpent familiar slithers through the harvest as a symbol of cosmic energy and the ongoing cycle of death and resurrection.’
The Cornucopia isoriginal artwork hand drawn and screenprinted by Adrienne Rozzi of Poison Apple Printshop.
Printed on oatmeal colored paper and comes with a brown envelope. Blank Inside. Measures 5.5″ x 4.25″