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Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

The good witch-Glenda-The Wizard of Oz

Lorelai – "You checked the Cheshire Cat, the Maiden's Teacup, the Cookie House, the Sugar Bear Inn?" Michel – "Every place that sounds like Glinda the Good Witch threw up? Yes, all booked.

Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

From out of the classic Wizard of Oz the witchs' hourglass. Red sand was chosen since it symbolizes power, danger, poison and too, theres observant association of Dorothy's red ruby slippers tying in together. Well thought out.

The Wizard of Oz Wizard of Oz Wicked Witch of the West hourglass replica movie prop

The Wizard of Oz (1939) movie prop Wicked Witch of the Wests hourglass replica - a giant decorative hour glass would be a pretty cool edition to the wall, maybe with some unique colored sand, like neon blue or a glow in the dark sand.

The Wizard of Oz movie prop Wicked Witch of the Wests hourglass replica - a giant decorative hour glass would be a pretty cool edition to the wall, maybe with some unique colored sand, like neon blue or a glow in the dark sand.

Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

Witches, Bruges, Witch, Wicked

1 of 44 cards from 1939 The Wizard of Oz Card Game on Immortal Ephemera  http://immortalephemera.zippykid.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/gallery/1940-wizard-of-oz-card-game/10d.jpg

The Wizard of Oz Card Game Issued out of London by Castell Brothers, Ltd. Said by the Library of Congress website to have been released in 1940 as a tie-in to the British re…

The Wizard of Oz (1939) movie prop Witch Remover Prop - Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz movie prop Witch Remover Prop - Wizard of Oz

Wizard of Oz figurine

~Wizard of Oz~ Emerald City Double water globe NEW in BOX 2007 Return to the Land of Oz with this amazing Wizard of Oz double water globe figurine.

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