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Free Printable Book of Shadows Blank Pages

A Wiccan of 25 years, Sage likes to put her background as a writer and teacher to use by helping people learn about this NeoPagan path.

Make your own Book of Shadows pages

Make your own Book of Shadows pages

What's in Your Book of Shadows?

I love my Book of Shadows—it's an important Wiccan tool. I want it to not only contain important information, but I want it to look nice. I'm an artistic person, and I like to look at things that are aesthetically pleasing.

I realize not everyone has the time or the creative skills to make a decorative book. Luckily, you don't need to. You can just print up some of these Book of Shadows pages, ready to use. Either add your text on your computer or put them in a binder and use decorative pens to write on them.

You can really make your Wiccan book or personal spell book look special!

Would Our Pagan Ancestors Use Computers?

When it comes to using computers to make your Book of Shadows, there is some debate. Some people don't feel it's authentic enough—that we should keep our books the way our Pagan ancestors kept theirs.

The only problem with that is that our Pagan ancestors did not keep a Book of Shadows. It's a fairly modern invention credited to Gerald Gardner in the 1940s.

Besides, the way I see it is this: the reason our Pagan ancestors didn't use computers, or store-bought vegetables in frozen bags, or MP3 music in their rituals is this: it wasn't an option. Seems to me that they were very clever about utilizing whatever materials and resources they had available—they were pragmatic people.

I'd like to think if my Pagan ancestors were given a laptop and printer, they'd have tossed the quill and ink in the garbage and thought, "Oh, sweet! And it even checks your spelling?!!"

Page 1: Lunar Light


Page 2: Solar Light


Page 3: Celtic Knot Vines


Page 4: To Cast the Spell


Tell Me About You

Page 5: Charming


Page 6: Floral Peace


What's Your Opinion?

How to Use These Pages

It's easy to use these pages. All you need to do is save the picture as an image file on your computer.

Open a new document in your photo editing software (such as photoshop) and copy and paste the image onto the page.

Use your text editor to add colorful text in fun fonts—write down your poetry, spells, prayers, and chants. Whatever you wish!

Save it and print out the page!

If you prefer, you can print them blank, and write on them using pens or opaque markers.

Then just pop them in a binder, or glue them on the pages of a blank book.

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© 2014 Mackenzie Sage Wright


J.J. on August 25, 2020:

Wonderful Wiccan Magik. Your pages are inspiring let alone Beautiful. Thank-you so much !

Blessed Be

SaraHill on June 18, 2020:

Hello if I don't have access to a computer I could download the image I'll be saved in my Android files what would I do then what I saved it in my drive and then print it sorry I'm not really good with that stuff thank you so much. There beautiful I love the first one so light gray lunar

Kathy on December 30, 2019:

Thank you

Chirumpatareefah Nachampassakdi on August 11, 2018:


Bonnie Saunders on May 18, 2018:

I have never received and pages, I realy would like to have the amazing pages for my book , I’m just starting my BOS

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on May 02, 2018:

Hi Jamie; Try some of these books:

jamie on May 01, 2018:

I am still confused on a lot of wiccan customs and traditions I don't even know 99.9999999999% of it, but I believe in it anyway.

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on April 23, 2018:

Click on a page you like. Save it; print it or open it photo editing software for a background.

I also give a free page per month (not blanks) to my Patrons on Patreon

Bonnie Saunders on April 22, 2018:

How do I get the free pages, thank you so much

Bonnie Saunders on March 13, 2018:

I would like some of those amazing pages

Cynthia on October 19, 2017:

I love all the pages, beautiful. Very informative piece learning all I can. Thank you and blessings.

Corrie lindholm on July 22, 2017:

These are so beautiful, I love them all. Thank you for sharing. )0(

PK on July 09, 2016:

Thank you for being so generous. Blessed Be! )0(

Debbie on July 04, 2016:

Thank you for BOS has become a bit of a mess. These are perfect to start my reorganization.

LouAnn on June 21, 2016:

All the pages are so nice! Thanks for sharing and they will look pretty good interspersed with my other pages!

Sarah on April 24, 2016:

Thank you so much for sharing. I have just joined a new group preparing to explore the beautiful ways of Wicca and these pages will be a delight to share. I also like the idea of using them to write poetry , and perhaps record personal insights and experiences as a separate entity to a BOS.

AmandaGeorge on February 09, 2016:

i will find uses for them all thank you so much for them. i cant wait to start writing down everything.

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on July 01, 2015:

Great Melissae; lots of Wiccans keep poetry in their BOS, too (or home remedies, or their favorite cookie recipes, etc.-- whatever they feel is meaningful to their spiritual journey). I hope you enjoy them.

Melissa Reese Etheridge from Tennessee, United States on July 01, 2015:

These are fantastic. While I dont write spells, I will use them for my poetry.

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on June 26, 2015:

Estou feliz que você gosta deles, Maria. Obrigado por seus comentários .

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on March 07, 2015:

Hi, thank you! Glad you like them. Zazzle does have some really beautiful work. I have trouble hand writing (cramping hands) so I like to type as well. Thanks for your comment!

PK on March 05, 2015:

Thank you for posting this information. I personally keep a PC BOS because it makes life easy to share spells and information. I found the BOS notebooks on Zazzle and purchased one a couple of months ago. It's perfect for my needs. I highly recommend looking at the designs. My handwriting is awful but my typing is not! A witch adapts to the times.

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on September 08, 2014:

Your welcome, Ellen, thanks for commenting. Glad you like them.

Ellen on September 08, 2014:

Thank you so much for sharing these lovely pages.

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on February 11, 2014:

Charmed is so popular, a lot of people seem to want replicas of that Book of Shadows just for display, or want to use it as a model for their own books. Thanks VVanNess, take care!

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on February 11, 2014:

Aww, thanks Mystic! How sweet! Thanks for stopping by!

Mackenzie Sage Wright (author) on February 11, 2014:

Thank you Emma, I appreciate your comments.

Victoria Van Ness from Fountain, CO on February 11, 2014:

Oh I love Charmed! That would be so cool to have in your house. And then you could fill it up with all of your own designs and pass it along through your family like they do! Very cool!!

MysticMoonlight on February 11, 2014:

You're so awesome! Thank you so much! This is so helpful and just fantastic!

Emma Lindhagen from Stockholm, Sweden on February 11, 2014:

Those pages are lovely, thank you for sharing!