Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Witch Charms and Close Ups

These are some of the charms I have collected. This is gold chalice with a garnet.


Gold pentagram with a moonstone.


Gold Jack O' Lantern


Gold cauldron


A hanging bat


To keep vampires away.....a cross and a head of garlic.


A candle in a candle stick.

Small gold spider


Witch's broom


Gold Salem Witch


Witch hat


Flying bat


And a wicked chow chow!

12 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Have you ever considered wearing them all on a charm bracelet?

magikalseasons said...

You must be a Charmed one!:) Like the cross with the garlic!

Pricilla said...

I love the bats...bats are great!

jaz said...

i have the charm bracelet and just haven't gotten around to having them attached. i have my first charm bracelet full of them but it is too hard to photograph!

Lee Spangler said...

Thanks for visiting my site and appreciating the rain. I love your charms and probably your charm. You are certainly not a dull person.

clairedulalune said...

Oh, i am so glad I don't live anywhere near you Joyce, you would never get rid of me! Beautiful pendants!

The cottage by the Cranelake said...

I love the bats! And the Chow was great too!
Christer.

Touchatou said...

You seem to get the kick of your new lens ! Wonderful pictures. That's something all those charms... It's giving me ideas !

Soraya said...

Hey there, I just wanted to let you know that I made myself a new blog because the other one was acting up and blogger wasn't helping me. So Hopefully it'll allow people to see my posts now :)
Blessed Be!

chib said...

Flying bat!!! Interesting!!!

Soraya said...

yeah, so do i, although it's not looking promising as i've got no one. le sigh.

Wendy the (Very) Good Witch said...

These are great. I have some really neat old gold charms as well that I never put on a bracelet. But they aren't witch theme per se! I put them in the safety deposit box so they wouldn't get lost. Guess they don't do me much good there. I also have silver ones that I've been getting in Salem when we go up each October. Love these and do agree they'd make a great bracelet!