Spread the Wyrd

Far be it from The Bad Witch to bite off more than she can chew . . .but . . . I have a new (vaguely massive) project. We have opened an online companion site for “The Bad Witch” Crafts and our local brick-and-mortar store, Roots Occult and Curio Shop (Spring 2012).

It’s The Wyrd Sister and it’s the Grand Opening!
For all of December, we are offering 20% off everything in the store, just in time for Yule. We also have flat rate shipping and free shipping over $100.
There are more items coming in everyday, so keep looking. If there is something specific you want to see – let me know and I’ll move it to the top of my priority list. Of course, I take care of my own. In true Heathen fashion, all of my Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress friends (and real life friends, duh) will always have access to discount codes. (Right now, “yule” = 20% off.)

Open only 25 hours and 615 site visitors! Wahoo!

Now off to bed for a small coma.

Special Thanks to My Talented Graphics Design Team and to all my "Inventory Specialists"! Y'all Rocked it Out!

5 comments on “Spread the Wyrd

  1. […] The Wyrd Sister has had over 1200 visitors as of my writing this blog. By the time she turns a week old (tomorrow), she will have shown me that I have options for supporting myself and my family that do not involve enslavement to the Order of the Academy. (See “Unnecessary Roughness.”) […]

  2. […] the items I said I would. I told you about Abraham and Isaac, Oedipus, my pre-Bad Witch years, The Wyrd Sister, and I guess that only leaves telling you about how I intend to spend my Winter […]

  3. […] and the ripples go on and on. The Bad Husband and I were planning to expand our business venture, The Wyrd Sister, an online Botanica and Curio, to a brick-and-mortar store in town. Inexplicably, I got cold feet: […]

  4. […] divine intervention indicating that I must stick to the plan – I will cease to pursue a retail pagan-goods shop here in my little town. It’s sad. I had hoped to have a place where community learning could […]

  5. […] at some posts from fall ’11 through last summer–like Community, Frith and Faining, Spread the Wyrd and The Road Not Taken–you will understand that I had my sites set on a few things: a local […]

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