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Organza Bags

Organza Bags

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A collection of eight small velveteen pouches in assorted colors. Perfect for crystals, runes, mini Tarot decks, mojo or spell bags, and many other magickal applications.

You will receive eight bags (one each of Black, Grey, Purple, Green, Brown, Red, Blue, and Burgundy). They're also available individually here.

Material: Velveteen (unlined), nylon cord

Dimensions: Approximately 3 inches x 2 inches (flat measurement)

Green is most common in the magic of money-drawing and prosperity. Green is the color of growth, so it’s appropriate for anything you want to grow—wealth, friendship, good health, etc.

Love and attraction are the attributes of fiery Red. Most often used to draw a lover, inspire confidence, or re-kindle a passion that has waned.

Blue is a very spiritual color—gentle but powerful. Use it for peace, blessing, healing, understanding and wisdom.

Purple’s magical associations include wishes, ambition, power, prophecy and psychic ability. A purple mojo bag is used to enhance one’s connections to spiritual guides and allies, fulfill a wish, or to break a string of bad luck.


Pink symbolizes youth, good health, and playfulness. It's the flush of first love and stands for nurturing femininity. It's used as the symbolic color of the movement to support breast cancer research, and we think of pink as an innocent, cheerful color.


ORANGE is the color of creativity, sexuality, joy, enthusiasm, and promotes a general sense of wellness. ORANGE STONES increase and aid personal power, self-esteem and confidence. ... ORANGE SPIRITUALLY EFFECTS - Creativity, emotional balance, sexuality, harmony, passion, freedom, intuition, and expression of emotions.


In Western cultures, the color white is often associated with weddings, hospitals, and angels and is often used to convey a sense of purity, cleanliness, and peacefulness. In many Eastern cultures, however, white is symbolically linked to death and sadness.

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