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Three of Cups
by Majecot

Card Meaning
Artistic Media
Artist's Bio


The card's background was done in tones of yellow. The main feature of the card would be a large golden goblet with two smaller goblets rising from top. Water flows from the smaller goblets into the third goblet, filling and overflowing, like an endless fountain, forming a unity between the three.


The suit of cups is a water element and generally speaks of emotions, or events of an emotional nature.

In this card I have depicted only three cups/goblets. The ace and the duce, joining together, to form the creation of the third. The gold in the goblets represent wealth and good fortune, joy and harmony. The water represents emotion, fertility, and femininity. The depth of the main goblet speaks of depth of emotions

Card Meaning

In a reading, this card could speak of the communication of a happy event, good news such as a wedding or celebration of birth. Trusting in others around you, working together towards a common goal. This is a card of joy and celebrations.

Key phrases- abundance, happiness, friendship, community project or event, achievement, group support, hospitality.

The negative aspect of this card would be, over indulgence, excessive physical gratification. Outside influences interfering with responsibilities. Over emotional behavior.

Artistic Media

Soft Conte Pastels chalks were used on drawing paper. Title was added in Adobe Photoshop Elements.

Artist's Bio

Majecot has been studying the Tarot for about eight years, after having been introduced to it by her best friend. She has a small collection of tarot decks and has had an ongoing love affair with stones and crystals since she was a small child. Her other hobbies include a variety of domestic arts (cooking not being one). Majecot lives in the Midwest United States and works in Public Safety, Go back to the project index, read the traditional card meaning, or get a free tarot reading with this deck.

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