2022 CONVENTION VENDORS
Ametista Jewelry is a small, women-owned business out of Florida. Amanda Mosher (she/her), owner and operator, creates unique, witchy crystal and bone jewelry. All of the materials used are ethically sourced and all the animal bones have been found, cleaned, and processed by Amanda!
Echo Zines is a creative project by Nina Zina (she/her or they/them) that is based in Belgium. Echo Zines produces zines, postcards, stickers, buttons, and spell bags (and she plays in the feminist witch punk band Lavender Witch!).
Magpie Witchery is a queer female owned business located in central Texas. Our focus is providing sustainable, zero waste products for the modern witch that are ethically sourced and socially conscious while remaining financially accessible.
Moonflower Alchemy showcases handmade copper jewelry (featuring stones, bones, leaves, and other objects) and small paintings created by the proprietor. Moonflower Alchemy also carries an array of witchy/pagan patches and a range of LGBTQIA+ pride buttons.
Bree NicGarran grew up in the wilds of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and now resides in Tidewater, VA. She is the host of the Hex Positive podcast and her breakout work, "Grovedaughter Witchery," has been hailed by the online pagan community as a new standard text for beginner witches.
Founded in 2009, Paintbox Soapworks has quietly grown into one of the cornerstones of the indie marketplace. PBSW is devoted to making handmade small-batch soaps, skincare, and bath products. PBSW uses only custom vegan formulas free of coconut, SLS, parabens, and phthalates. Every scent has a story!
Portland Button Works & The Spiral House Shop
The Spiral House Shop is a thoughtfully curated selection of witchcraft, magic, folklore and occult-related zines, books, divination cards, pin-back buttons, magnets and more. Orders can be picked up in Portland, Oregon or shipped around the world.
Ritual Pursuits is dedicated to the exploration of secular ritual practice as a way to engage with the world and ourselves more mindfully. We believe life can feel magical, even when firmly grounded in reality, and are proud to offer high quality altar tools and décor for the ritual pursuits of all sorts of magical people!
Welcome to Secular Witchcrafts, where we believe in using tarot and witchcraft as tools for self-discovery and growth through psychology and meditation. We create and publish guides, journals and tarot and oracle decks. We also do deck reviews for other creators and offer tons of free content including spells and meditations on Tiktok and Youtube!
Secrets of the Cauldron
Cheryl and Kath came together a couple of years ago, and after discovering many similarities in both their mundane and magical lives, established Secrets of the Cauldron to help and guide witches to develop their own unique practice. Physical planners, digital/printable planners, and guides can be found on the website.
The Book Roadie
The Book Roadie sells blank, hand-bound books that make fabulous journals, Books of Shadows, sketchbooks and so on. The Book Roadie also offers custom-made journals as well as book/tome repair services. Visit the website for more information and to see a timelapse video of the entire book-binding process!
The DIY Witch
Savannah Rayne (she/they), or The DIY Witch as she's known on social media, is a PNW based art witch, creating monsters and fae, and bringing their own fantasy world to life. With an eclectic mix of art and accessories, everything is handmade with love and weirdness for you to enjoy!
William Rader and Krisztin Kondor founded Artisan Tarot in the winter of 2019. Their vision is to popularize historic tarot decks by creating elegant restorations that inspire the imaginations of modern readers.
Sedna is an atheist witch, placebo magic enthusiast, and youtube content creator. Her skeptical witchery lacks supernatural belief but she does use ritual and aesthetics to trick her brain into being a little bit happier and more creative. She shares information about her practice on her YouTube channel SednaWoo, which she began in 2019.