Sunlight Satin Bag from Lo Scarabeo
Just in time for Spring (or anytime!) arrives the bright aquamarine satin bag from Lo Scarabeo. Available with the Lo Scarabeo Circle of Life Deluxe edition or by itself, this cheery bag features a sunny yellow embossment on the front with the same golden color on the inside of the bag. Black satin drawstrings with yellow satin ends complete this attractive pouch that can be used for storing Tarot cards, runes, crystals, stones or oracle decks.

Measuring approximately 8 ¾ x 5 ½ inches, the Sunlight Satin bag easily stores average sized decks like the Universal Fantasy, Gilded, Pictorial Key and Fantastical Creatures. In addition, larger decks like DruidCraft Tarot fit easily into this bag with drawstrings closed, but the Rohrig Tarot is too big for complete closure (however, you could still technically *store* such a deck in the Sunlight Satin bag).

The lively, vibrant colors on this bag would be great for whimsical decks such as the Inner Child Cards, Kitty Kahane, Oracle Tarot or the Sakki-Sakki deck (whose backings match the lemon yellow sun perfectly!).

So if you’re in need of a lovely but sturdy satin bag reminiscent of clear aqua waters on a sunshiny day, I highly recommend the Sunlight Satin Bag from Lo Scarabeo.

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