Psychic Readings

Welcome to October and Gardner Villages Witchfest.

Aunt Elsie’s will be hosting Psychic Readings

Every Saturday through October

Starting this Saturday October 6 @ 4-9


Friday October 12 & 26

Cost is $15 for 15 min.

Call today to reserve your spot.


The History of the Broom

What is the history of a Broom?

Also know as the “Besom”. Incidentally, the broomstick is sometimes called a besom; this word originates from the old English besema meaning “woman”, and has the same root as the word “bosom”.

The very act of sweeping was s sacred task in temples, since to be able to clean something properly the person doing the cleaning must “himself” be both clean and pure.

As well as seeping away the dust and dirt, symbolically the besom or broomstick sweeps away other things too; in parts of France, for example it’s considered bad form to sweep up after dark in case good luck is swept away with the dirt. In Ancient Rome special broomsticks were used by sacred “midwives” or wise women to symbolically sweep away any negative influences from a house in which a baby had just been born. These broom-wielding midwives are the precursor to the Witch that popularly flies about on a broomstick, which has to be the ultimate carbon-neutral vehicle.

The broomstick of the female witch is a very handy object to have around. It is often seen as a phallic symbol, and in pre-Christian societies marriages were often validated by the happy couple leaping together, hand in hand, over the broomstick. It is also a symbol of the liberation of the woman away from domestic drudgery; with her magical broomstick; the witch can fly anywhere, wield her power, and disclose her true identity.

The hard polished elm wood that is traditionally believed to make the handle of the witch’s broomstick would help to make it more aerodynamic.


Fall Decoration are now in too

We have Pyrex Collection

 This is a small sample

AE Rosville Freesia Collection

Look at What has arrived September 26,2018

Remembering when

How to travel? what suite case would be best to use now?

Upcoming Furniture Painting Class

Friday, September 28, 2018

Cost is $65

includes: quart of paint, brush, and everything you will require to finish your project. Bring a small piece of furniture or wall accessory to paint.

Call today to reserve your spot: 801-561-5557

WitchFest is on it’s way.

Gardener Villages Witch displays and scavenger hunt begin today September 15, 2018. Are you ready?

Aunt Elsie’s Autumn Sale is going on NOW.

Hurry in. Here is a small sample of things on sale.