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Date Posted: 7/17/2010 9:48 AM ET
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Some small red marks inside front cover, small amount of water damage on top right side edge. small stain on bottom of a few book pages.    Asking for 1 credit for the book.  Please pm me.

******** Book has a cigarette smell  ********
Creating Your Own Tarot Cards
Author: Nancy Garen
Publisher: Fireside
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 2
ISBN-13: 9780671724078 - ISBN-10: 067172407X
Publication Date: 7/15/1991
Pages: 256

Back of book: No cards just the book.

Creating your own Tarot Cards.

In this self-contained workbook, Nancy Garen shows how easy and what fun it is to design and make your own deck-one that will provide you with:

A fresh perspective on the Tarot-you own.

A revealing odyssey of personal enlightenment, and clear interpretations right on the card themselves (you can call your knight of Cups the "Optimism" card if you want to!)

Making your own Tarot cards is easy. First, you'll spend a few days with each card in the standard tarot deck, recording your feelings and experiences right in the workbook. Next, you'll incorporated the key words and symbols from astrology, numerology, and color theory that are meaningful to you. And finally, you'll illustrate your cards with any of the 200 simple drawings in the back of the book-or design your own special art.

Whether you're an expert or a neophyte, you'll find Creating your own Tarot cards a delightfully rewarding journey- one that takes you beyond the standard interpretations to reveal your insights and your personal path to self-awareness.




 


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