As more and more people get interested in tarot there is also an increase of artist who feel moved to create their own deck. So what do you do when you have a great idea and you want to share it with the world? Keep reading for information about crowdfunding your creation.
2 years ago, I was just like you – I thought that without the help of a large publisher, there was no way to publish your own deck. I’d heard of crowdfunding, but it seemed something other people did. Scary and a gamble. 18 months later, with almost two decks under my belt, I’ve proven myself wrong.
She goes on to talk about the challenges that she faced along the way. Like me she had a graphic design background, which made the actual design of the cards much easier. She also highlights the importance of social media - a step that I didn't do as well with. You want to give people teases so that they will want to back the deck. My downfall on my first oracle deck was that I had the idea, but I didn't have the whole deck completed before I started. Probably not the best idea.
If you'd like to read the full interview, hop on over to the original post on Biddy Tarot HERE
22 years of tarot experience, 20 years experience as a mom, and a lifetime of knowledge is just rattling around in here!