This beautiful collage tarot deck was created using twenty five plants and foraged metals and printed on eco-herbage paper, which means they have not only a unique art style but they also feel soft in your hands.
The deck came to life as a collaboration between artist Marjorie Morgan and tarot reader Rebecca Guanzon from Western Massachusetts. Each image is collage that combines bits of natural ink monotypes and natural dye eco prints (and a little bit of natural ink painting too).
You can find more information about the different inks/dyes and their spiritual and/or medicinal properties by checking out the online deck guide. You can access the guide via a QR code on the tuck box.
Herbage paper is a more sustainable form of paper and is made from herbaceous plants such as grass and leafy parts of plants used for pasturage. The box is printed on 100% recycled paper. Both the deck and box are printed with mostly soy-based inks and coated with a water-based varnish at a facility in China that is committed to ethical work practices and environmental sustainability. The QR code cards are printed on paper made from recycled t-shirts.
Marjorie is a creative channel who received a summons to make a tarot deck. Magical Nature Tarot was created by them with the guidance of centuries-old tarot traditions and
Rebecca is a tarot reader, trained herbalist, and practitioner of multiple energetic healing modalities. She has been working with survivors of trauma and using trauma-informed care practices for over 25 years.