The next holiday for creating is Valentine's Day. I love valentine cards - especially the vintage, cute and funny ones. I've even came across some rather dark Valentine cards. Have you heard of Krampus? The European sidekick to Saint Nicolas? Google him - he's an interesting fellow. Well, I found a couple of Krampus Valentine cards: I made some Alice in Wonderland Valentine cards. I love Alice in Wonderland!!! In fact I've established an Alice in Wonderland holiday. It is July 5th. Won't it…
Pagan Love Card Handmade Lavender Scented | Etsy
Blank inside, spread a little love with this handmade Pagan valentine card! They are 6 x 6, constructed on thick, brown recycled card. My pagan inspired watercolour design is printed onto natural calico fabric with tatty edges and hand sewn with blue embroidery threads to compliment the blue bows.
The Pagan Origins of Valentine’s Day: What They Never Told You
I recently discovered some interesting facts about Valentine’s Day's history. You are going to be surprised: this apparently commercial and consumerism-oriented holiday takes its roots from a very old pagan festival. It used to be celebrated by the ancient Romans under the name of Lupercalia.
Vintage Super Hero Valentine's Day Greeting Card
Wishing everyone a season of gladness, a season of cheer, and to top it all off, a wonderful year. Holiday cards designed to brighten up the entire year.Dimensions: 4" x 5.6" (portrait); 5.6" x 4" (landscape)Full color CMYK print processDouble sided printing for no additional cost
ST VALENTINE'S DAY of Catholic origin (not found in scripture) is based on the Old Roman "Pagan Festival" of LUPERCALIA celebrated every February 13-15 complete with "Vestal Virgins" that became known as Nuns of today's CHRISTO-PAGAN Trinitarian Roman Catholic Church.
Happy Lupercalia everyone!
Every year we celebrate a very ancient pastoral festival to keep away evil spirits and increase fertility, some refer to this as “Valentine’s Day.” The roots of this holiday aren&…
The Dark Origins Of Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate romance and love and kissy-face fealty. But the ancient Romans had bloodier, drunker and more naked notions to mark the occasion.