Create Magick Contributor Profile


Flossy, the photographer behind the vision of the Queer Tarot Cards, is a geeky queer witch hailing from New Zealand, now living in Melbourne. A creative writer and self-employed web developer, she runs site called Create Magick. Her work brings self-love and positive queer politic together, telling personal stories about manifesting magick, freedom and creativity.


Articles By Me :

Simplifying my business: Create Magick

Posted on: 19 Mar 2017

I’m trying to be patient and do things well, as I’ve learning so much from building the Rockwell Project from a business operations point of view, so although I’m tell you about it now – cos I’m just too excited, it might be a few weeks before I have a website. I think that’s okay, cos I’ll have more to tell you!

Justice Tarot: My personal experience

Posted on: 09 Mar 2017

A new year always brings lots of change in it’s wake.  Change coming from a growth or and deepening in my perception and knowledge of myself.  My new year had been exciting and adventurous, but in not so traditionally creative or productive ways. My subconscious was slowly but effectively teaching my yet another lesson about myself, told here through the Justice Tarot XI.

Reward yourself for Self Care not just Productivity

Posted on: 26 Jan 2017

The past few months have been massive lesson and journey around my self care, creativity and productivity in my work. I’ve had a full plate and so much to enjoy, to do and produce.  I’ve been mentally (and starting to track in an app) my energy levels, and how that relates to what’s happening in my life, and my hormone cycles

The Wheel of Fortune: my business story told through the Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card

Posted on: 21 Oct 2016

I was at a workshop learning Tarot, ready to create, build and grow, looking for a thing to be passionate about. I had gone in with the intention of expanding my journey with tarot, an open spirit least expecting the idea that has taken hold of me and grown over the last 12 months.

The Power of Authenticity: Be outrageous, it’s good for you, good for business, good for your soul

Posted on: 09 Jun 2016

You don’t have to look different to be outrageous.  Simply doing one thing that everyone else you know is NOT doing creates this wave of separation.  Creativity is a brave expression of our true selves, but in society that creative expression is very individual, and anything seen as individual is non conformist or even outrageous.