Fairy Tarot Decks
Fairy Tarot and Oracle cards and decks with images of fairies, faeries, the fae and nature spirits.
The Faerie Tarot is a hugely colourful, whimsical and positive deck of 78 fae cards. There's a vague resemblance to Rider-Waite in some cards, but most cards take their own symbolic direction. Each individual card also has a differently designed border in the colours of the card. Suitable for older children and teenagers, and the young at heart.
Take a journey into Faeryland and its beautiful scenes of elves, pixies, trolls, and of course, faeries. Digital images don't do the Faeries Oracle deck justice.
Learn the tales and legends of Old Ireland in the Faery Wicca Tarot. Based on the modern Faery tradition of the nature based Wiccan religion, the artwork is bright with primary colours but rather attractive.
The Fairy Lights Tarot has 78 imaginative fantasy cards, created from 39 original paintings - each card is half of a bigger picture. The deck is from the same artist as the Tarot of the Secret Forest.
The Fairy Ring Oracle is the very beautiful second deck from the creators of the Sacred Circle Tarot. This one is based on British and Irish fairy legends and has fours suits of fourteen cards and eight 'fairy festival' cards.
The Fairy Tarot Cards is another tarot deck from Doreen Virtue, this time with old-style fairy illustrations and practical fairy wisdom on each of the 78 cards. Due out from Lifestyles in late 2014.
A very cute Italian deck with a strong fantasy influence, the Fairy Tarots cards show enchanting scenes of playful fairies and forest creatures.
A gorgeous and unique tarot of the Fey, not the British fairies, but a more universal variety depicted in art with an anime feel. The Fey Tarot is a well-thought out and carefully designed tarot set for readers of all ages - and a beautiful, playful deck full of its own unique magic.
The Forest Folklore Tarot is inspired by the New Forest, an ancient woodland in England. The blended watercolour and photographic cards feature forest wildlife and fairies, gnomes and nymphs from legend.
By Doreen Virtue, author of several oracle decks, the Healing with the Faeries Oracle is a non-tarot deck has pretty pictures of fairies and a single word or phrase to sum up on each card.
The Heart of Faerie Oracle is a 68-card deck of the fae from Brian and Wendy Froud. Brian is the creator of the Faerie Oracle and the famous Pressed Fairy Book, and Wendy created dolls in The Dark Crystal.
The Hezicos Tarot is an original fairy themed deck, which was hand-painted in soft but detailed water colours. The artist has followed the Rider-Waite tradition in order to make it easy for beginners. This beautiful, borderless, magical deck is now complete and available in a quality self-published edition with a bound 56-page book.
Keijuoraakkeli is a Finnish-published Fairy Oracle deck of 44 cards. The rather pretty acrylic-painted cards are divided into the four seasons, which symbolise life's journey. The deck and booklet is in Finnish, but is available with a leaflet translated into English.
Another Celtic Oracle Deck, le Carte degli Elfi features faeries in luminous, misty pastel watercolours. Despite the Italian title of the deck, the card titles are mostly in English.
The Magical Messages from the Fairies Oracle is a 44-card oracle from Doreen Virtue. Each card in the deck features a 'nature angel' - a fairy - and a message. Suitable for children or adults.
The Messages from the Wee Folk set is designed to help you connect with the Wee Folk and the sacred energies of nature. Despite the name, the images have more than just fairies - there are flowers, insects, dolphins and more. The set has 33 cards and a large 229-page companion book.
The Mystic Faerie Tarot is an enchanting faerie tarot painted in watercolours by fantasy artist Linda Ravenscroft. Ornate borders and gold edges surround tarot images of sprites, nymphs, mermaids and faeries, in a charming, pretty and readable new tarot deck.
The Oracle of the Dragonfae has 43 cards with rather pretty illustrations of goddesses, gods, dragons, winged fitures and fantastical characters. It is attributed to Australian deck creator, Lucy Cavendish, but actually has cards contributed by seven different artists.
The Otherworld Tarot has been brought to life by fairy artist, Sarah Nowell. The major arcana cards are simplified, but bright and attractive. The minors diverge from the Rider-Waite scenes, relying more on the suit emblems and one or two objects to convey the tarot meaning.
The Paulina Tarot builds a magical, whimsical natural world through its 78 cards. Paulina Cassidy's artistic style is incredibly intricate and full of detail, coloured with watercolour washes in muted hues. It's a little bit Victorian, a little Tim Burton-esque, and very enchanting.
A sweet and cute tarot of flowers, set in a wooded fairy-tale world. Every card in the Spirit of Flowers Tarot has a realistically drawn flower and a tiny, childlike fairy associated with it.
The Tarot of Celtic Fairies is a set of fey wisdom and guidance, with 78 cards and a guidebook written by Mark McElroy. "Journey to a hauntingly beautiful fairie land steeped in Celtic lore. Vivid, luminescent scenes vibrate with significant detail, deep meaning, and sheer beauty."
The Tarot of the Hidden Realm has 78 expressive, intriguing, and borderless images. Rather than relying on traditional tarot symbols, it strips back its images to the raw elements of nature and the fae. The art is full of life, movement and feeling.
The Tarot of the Magical Forest is a bizarre journey through a world of strange-but-cute animals and characters in eye-catching Rider-Waite based illustrations. First published in Taiwan by Taiwanese artist Leo Tang, it's also been re-published by Lo Scarabeo with their standard borders.
The Tarot of the Nymphs represents the 78 cards through the archetypes of the Nymphs, female nature spirits linked with water and youth. The cards are illustrated in watercolour, with seductive and sensual images of scantily-clad, physically perfect nymphs.
The Tarot of the Secret Forest is a unique deck with fantasy forest scenes on both sides of the cards. The faces of the cards have the scene in colour, while the back shows it in black and white.
The Tarot of the Sidhe has 78 cards with original, colourful Faerie paintings. It was sold-out as a majors-only set from Adam McLean, and has now also been published as a full 78-card deck by Schiffer Books.
The Tarots of the Golden Dawn is a deck featuring elves and fairy-type figures - definitely not an occult Tarot, despite the title. This is the 78-card later version of the Tarocchi dell Alba Dorata and has also been printed as the Enchanted Tarot.
The Twilight Realm: A Tarot of Faery has 78 cards of fairies and the fae, painted in luminous colour on a relatively unusual black background. The set has a full 224-page companion book by the artist to accompany the cards.
The Victorian Fairy Tarot has 78 borderless cards combining the feel, detail and flower lore of the Victorian era, and the magic and mystique of the fairy realm. It's appealing, readable and very consistent in art across the whole deck.
The Wild Wisdom of the Faery Oracle has 47 cards inspired by faeries and faery magick. It's designed to strengthen the reader's connection with the Fae, and offer direct guidance and advice.
The popular Wisdom of the Hidden Realms Oracle has 44 cards, with images of spirits and guides from the unseen and mystical world. Each of the attractive, enhanced photographic cards is titled and shows keywords for interpretation on the face.
The Woodland Wisdom Oracle is a deck of 29 cards of fairy and elf energies. 24 are 'Green Working Wisdom' cards, and 5 are 'Gold Power' cards. The art is pretty and illustrated by fantasy artist, Peter Pracownik.