An astrological houses chart is great to print out and use when doing a yearly reading. It's always a good idea to place a card in the center for the foundation and central focus of the reading. The Rider Tarot Deck - Miniature Edition is perfect for this spread.
Love to burn petitions (wrapped in the appropriate incense and herbs) in this cauldron, that my late father gifted me, over 15 years ago.
Here, a client needs to choose between three things to help her make a final decision on how to proceed. I have blank playing cards that I frequently use when doing custom spreads for my clients. This is helpful when someone needs to see the outcome between more than 1 choice, situation, person, location, etc. You can obviously use Tarot cards, and the positions can be either Past/Present/Future or Situation/Obstacle/Outcome.
Here is a really awesome way to use a map to locate a person or their roots taken from the book: A Deck Of Spells, by Professor Charles Porterfield. Using a map, and burning a spiritual incense or tobacco on charcoal in the center, you can use a method similar to Remote Viewing or Dowsing with a deck of cards. You can also do this with a Tarot Deck, as well. The deck used in the photo "For The Seekers," is awesome, because it includes a female / male significator card to represent the person in question.
Just got a copy of the Sola Busca Revisited 2.0 Tarot Deck designed by Seven Stars. It is an altered rendition of what's believed to be the oldest known complete Tarot deck in existence, engraved on metal plates in the XV Century in Italy. I had the backs customized with the creepy spider design with my name. Love it! Will work with these tonight.