Corrine Kenner | Author, Astrologer, Tarot Reader
By popular demand, here are the printable forms and worksheets I once offered on the website for my book Tarot Journaling.
The book has been out of print for a while now, so I stopped maintaining the companion site. (Maybe that was a mistake, since you can still get the Kindle edition.)
I hadn’t thought about these files lately — but somewhere, someone must be talking about them, because recently I’ve had several requests to make them available again. Looking at them today, I couldn’t believe I first created them in 2005. They’re like the Dead Sea Scrolls!
Someday, I plan to revise the Tarot Journaling manuscript and release a new and expanded version of the book … but first, I have to paint my kitchen, do laundry, and finish three or four other books that are already in the pipeline.
In the meantime, feel free to download and use these PDFs. You’ll find five useful worksheets, along with a bonus PDF of plain lined paper and a coordinating cover image. Simply click the thumbnail images to download the full-size files.
If you download the files, please take a moment to answer these questions so I can gauge your interest in a new edition of the Tarot Journaling guidebook.
The following documents are designed for easy printing, with margins that are wide enough to accommodate a three-hole punch. Just hit “print,” punch the holes, and put the pages in a three-ring binder.
Card of the Day Chart
Keep a master list of all your daily one-card readings, and look for themes and patterns over time.
Suggestion: One copy of this chart will last you a long time, but you might want to print it on heavier stock.
Blank Celtic Cross Diagram
This blank diagram of a Celtic Cross spread is ready for you to add notes and comments about every card that falls in a Celtic Cross reading. You can use it alone, or print it on the other side of the Celtic Cross reading record, below.
Suggestion: Print 20 copies of this form.
Celtic Cross Reading Record
This time-saving one-page outline, with blank lines and check-off boxes, makes it easy to jot down the highlights of any Celtic Cross reading. You can use it alone, or print the Celtic Cross diagram on the other side.
Suggestion: Start with 20 copies of this form.
Three-Card Reading Record
Three-card spreads are a mainstay of most tarot readers. You can use these pages for “past, present, and future” readings, “body, mind, and spirit” spreads, or any variation on the theme.
Suggestion: Make 20 copies of this form.
One-Card Reading Record
See individual cards in a new light, with a two-page form designed for daily one-card readings or detailed examinations of the cards. There’s even room for you to sketch the image from a single card, or paste a picture in.
Suggestion: Start with 20 copies of this form. Remember to print both sides.
Blank Ruled Paper
Here’s some plain lined paper, perfect for recording your thoughts about any subject.
As you compile your tarot journal, you might also want to include a few completely blank sheets of paper for sketching, free association, idea mapping, and word clusters.
A Coordinating Cover for Your Tarot Journal
Coordinate your tarot journaling gear! Slide this full-color journal cover (designed to match the Tarot Journaling book) into the cover of your three-ring binder, or punch it and use it as the first page. It’s a JPG image file — not a PDF — but you should be able to print it anyway.