Fairy Tale Lenormand in a tin
Fairy Tales have been teaching us timeless life lessons for centuries. Lisa Hunt’s enchanting artwork draws us into the magical world of peasants and princesses, dragons and daring deeds. By weaving imaginative myths into the Lenormand structure, Fairy Tale Lenormand helps readers connect with the cards in meaningful and memorable ways. The 38-card multicultural deck, presented in a treasure chest tin, includes extra Gentleman and Lady cards for personalized readings.
Arwen Lynch’s delightful 120-page booklet, with foreword by Lenormand expert Donnaleigh de LaRose, cleverly relates familiar fairy tales to the Lenormand meanings. Booklet includes illustrated instructions for reading with Crossroads Spreads, Tower Spreads, and Happily Ever Afters.
- US Games
- Tin measures 2.75” x 4.125”
- 38 cards measure: 2.17” x 3.85”
- 120-page booklet
Author Arwen Lynch
Artist Lisa Hunt
The Tower Spread
Professional joy seeker, Arwen Lynch has studied and taught Tarot since 1985. She added Lenormand to her list in 2014 after falling in love with the system. She doesn't compare Tarot to Lenormand but finds the two systems each beautiful in their own way. As a teacher, Arwen has taught Tarot to writers from the pre-published to NYTimes/USAToday bestsellers.
She also writes fiction as Marilu Mann with another creative partner.
Currently living in enchanting New Mexico, Arwen makes her home with one very patient husband and a slew of four footed creatures. She enjoys doing weekly free Tarotscopes on YouTube and reviewing decks and products.
If you hear "Seek joy, y'all. Pass it on!", then you know you have found Arwen. She welcomes new friends and tries to respond to everyone who contacts her.
Lisa's artwork is about letting go and allowing a confluence of emotion to help paint the picture. She has been drawing and painting her whole life. During the course of her professional career, She's created six tarot decks, an oracle deck, and a Lenormand deck. She has also written and collaborated on the corresponding guidebooks, a children’s book, and an illustrated meditation guide called Celestial Goddesses. Along the way, her work has also appeared in a wide range of calendars, magazines, periodicals, and collectible card games. She earned a master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from Vermont College Union Institute, with an emphasis on Jungian psychology, art, and drawing.
Lisa lives in South Florida with my husband Kort Kramer — who’s also an artist, photographer, and graphic designer. They have a daughter, four cats, and a bird. Most days she is at her studio and home “Fairy Tale Corners”, where flowers, art, music and fairy tale magic preside.