Free printable Zelda Valentines! — art by Finni Chang

Original version (.PDF) | Ink-friendly white version (.PDF)

Open the files using any Acrobat .PDF reader, hit print, and enjoy!

This is my first time offering a high quality .PDF printable file of my work so please let’s not ruin the experience for me~ Do NOT edit out my watermark/URL or remove credit please, and do NOT RESELL these images for any sort of profit. Thank you!


I know I’m late to the party but Happy Valentines’ Day!! I drew these originally last year but I finished them up finally and I’m offering them as free downloads to show my appreciation and love for the fandom and my followers <3

I highly recommend getting the cards printed on a gloss-coated cardstock paper so that they will feel more like real Valentines’ cards that you’d pick up in the store.

Here’s a preview for the more ink-friendly version in white:

Please enjoy this holiday with all the people you love~ may it be romantic, friendship, or family!!

Spiritscraft’s recommended Affordable Traditional Witchcraft books:
Mastering Witchcraft by Paul Huson
Traditional Witchcraft by Gemma Gary
Treading the Mill by Nigel Pearson
A Deed Without a Name by Lee Morgan*
Flame in the Cauldron by Orion Foxwood*
Authentic Witchcraft by Grayson Magnus*
Fifty Years in the Feri Tradition by Cora Anderson
A Crones Book of Words by Valerie Worth
A Witch Alone by Marion Green*
*Starred titles have e-reader or PDF versions available

Dear Tarot Community:

Are you just starting out with your Tarot Journey? Looking for some tips with the Tarot? I have created a FREE 15 page E-book PDF download to help get you started!

The journey of Tarot is an amazing experience that will open your eyes to a whole new way of life.  There is no right or wrong way to go about your Tarot Journey - my E-book is simply tips from my own personal experience that helped me with my journey!  Take what vibes with you and leave the rest!  Enjoy my loves!

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How to set up Adobe PDF Reader to open at last page viewed?

If you use Adobe Reader for reading your PDFs, you have probably noticed that by default, the reader is set up to open at the first page of the document. Some might find this annoying, especially if you are reading a book or a longer document that spans hundreds of pages.

For example, you are reading a 300 page PDF book, you got to page 100, closed the PDF reader, and the next time you opened it, Adobe Reader brought you back to the first page. If you are not sure where you stopped reading, you have to scroll through pages, and re-read some paragraphs to find where you stopped.

One solution would be to create a bookmark in your Adobe PDF reader, but that is not possible if you have a free version of the reader, which many do.
However, you can solve this problem by setting the PDF reader to open every PDF document at last page that was viewed before closing it.

Go to Edit – Preferences in your Adobe PDF Reader.

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Then choose the Document tab and check the option: “Restore last view setting when reopening documents.

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So the next time you reopen your PDF book, you will be able to continue reading from exactly where you were when you closed the PDF document.

This setting is valid not only for the last PDF document you read, but for all PDF documents you have opened recently. You can set up a number of PDF documents you want to follow in your recently read list. To do these go to Edit –Preferences again. Choose Document – and in the field Documents in recently used list enter the desired number.

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You can access documents in the Recently used list at the bottom of menu when you click on File.

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Cuando escribo, no contengo nada. Las escribo para que el chico nunca la lea. Porque nunca las leerá. Cada pensamiento secreto, cada cuidadosa observación, cada cosa que guardé dentro de mí, lo pongo en la carta.
—  Jenny Han, A todos los chicos de los que me enamoré.


  Armin, a young transfer student to an international secondary school in Rome, is taken during an angel lockdown for questioning about a missing classmate. Once there, however, he realizes answering their questions is the least of his troubles. Canon divergent, has new worldbuilding to accommodate the fusion of both Eva+AoT settings.

Chapter 1 of The Vatican Treaty can be read here!