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    Re: So What Would Your Ideal Pagan Store Carry?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aranel View Post
    In town there used to be a second hand bookshop that had lots of sofas and free coffee, tea and hot chocolate (you made it yourself and you cleaned up after yourself).

    I used to spend hours in there and I spent loads.
    The local hospice runs a bookstore just like that, separate from their general donation shop. My family has spent a small fortune there; as most books are 50p a pop, you can imagine how many we've got over the years.

    OT: I still have use for pagan shops because I have a serious addiction to candles and I can't get all the variety I want in mainstream places. (Seriously, merchant-people. Display your candles like yarn balls - a full wall covered in cubbyholes, arranged by colour. I'll be keeping you solvent single-handed.)

    Also, resin incense and accessories (suitable burners, sand and charcoal). Sticks are nice - only Maroma and Anne Stokes, please - but I'm grateful if I don't have to order the proper liturgical stuff online.

    Lastly, my biggest hankering: fresh food-grade herbs and flowers. What is a girl to do to score some uncontaminated rose petals or violets to candy? If you throw in a variety of tree leaves for my deco projects, I'd be one happy camper.
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    Re: So What Would Your Ideal Pagan Store Carry?

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhawk View Post
    So: what would your perfect pagan store sell?
    I'm definitely on board with non-standard statuary.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chatelaine View Post
    OT: I still have use for pagan shops because I have a serious addiction to candles and I can't get all the variety I want in mainstream places. (Seriously, merchant-people. Display your candles like yarn balls - a full wall covered in cubbyholes, arranged by colour. I'll be keeping you solvent single-handed.)
    I still go to a pagan store for beeswax candles because they have a variety of sizes and even colours, and the prices are decent. I love beeswax candles, and the fewer paraffin ones I use, the better.

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