Tarot for creativity – assignment #6

Take a photo of a cup or glass with a cup card.

Recently a shelf came crashing down, and this tiny tea cup got smashed to bits. It belonged to my grandmother, and my mother gave it to me with a flower in it when I had walking pneumonia. When I picked up the shards, it felt like a Five of Cups moment. The card is from Arnell Ando's, Transformational Tarot.

I’d love to post your photos, and I encourage you to email them to me: susan(at)tarotinsights(dot)net. Include your name (last name optional), your location, and the name of the deck you used.

Click here for all of the Tarot for Creativity posts. Click here for the introduction to these posts.

3 Responses to “Tarot for creativity – assignment #6”

  1. Voyance Says:

    Hello, I just throw a glance at your article. To create a game, I badly explained it is not necessarily a tarot deck, but an oracle, I began to have some cards … It’s okay but I think you really nice and thank you

  2. smithford Says:

    I would strongly suggest taking the best pieces of the pottery and having an expert make it into a necklace. If you have more than one good piece I’d have those made into necklaces, too, and hand out to nieces, nephews or cousins.

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