Free Printable Book of Shadows Blank Pages
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!
The Book of Shadows
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, 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?
Where are you in the process of making your Book of Shadows?
Page 5: Charming
Page 6: Floral Peace
What's Your Opinion?
Which one do you like best?
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 in a blank book.
Enjoy these for personal use, or use them on
your websites and in your artwork if you post
a link back and give me credit. Please do not
use publicly without a link. If you wish to
use the pages for commercial works please
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© 2014 Mackenzie Sage Wright