My Tool Holders

What color(s) did you choose and why? For the pincushion, I used purple. This pincushion is for pins and needles prior to use but also during magickal crafting. At this point, they would already be smudged, consecrated, and blessed for crafting so I want the pincushion to “hold” the magick. I chose purple as the... Continue Reading →


Look What I Made: Morrigan

For this project, I used acrylic paint on a plain canvas. I painted a cemetery scene at night under a full moon. On one of the gravestones, I placed a crow.  The night and the cemetery represents Morrigan’s coming for the dead (the darkness itself represents death), and the crow represents Morrigan herself as she... Continue Reading →

My Velveteen Star Pincushion

What color fabric did you choose and why? I chose black so that it will pull the energies off the needles. I figured black, as a banishing and removal color, would be a great color for the removal of energies.   What herbs did you use and why? I did a little differently than the... Continue Reading →

My Crafting Bottle

I chose this jar a few weeks ago while tumbling rocks for runemaking. I needed a small container to put the odds and ends chips I was getting from the rock tumbling process. I wanted to keep them, but I didn’t really know what to do with them. I looked around and found this cute... Continue Reading →

My Storage Space By Akhana Braamber When I was walking in Walmart, I was thinking about what to do for this particular assignment. Then I stumbled on a shelf of clearance in the middle of the isle, and there was a little wooden box. It was perfect and exactly what I had in mind. I... Continue Reading →

Morrigan Correspondences

  Meaning of Name Great Queen, Queen of Demons, or Phantom Queen Area(s) of Influence Circle of life and death, war, water, fertility, sexuality Name Variations Mirrigu, Morgane, Morrighan, and Morgan le Fay Attributes Death and rebirth (circle of life), fate, prophecies, sovereignty, and fertility Culture of Origin Celtic/Northern Ireland Festivals, Sabbats & Holy Days... Continue Reading →


Morrigan is a Celtic goddess from northern Ireland.  The first references to Morrigan go back to 1150 CE in The Lebor Gabala Erenn (The Book of Invasions), which is a historical book of Ireland depicting the arrival of Celtic gods and their battles.  She is descended from Delbaeth and Ernmas.  Her name is spelled Mirrigu,... Continue Reading →

A Symbol of Your Creativity

I typically cycle through my classes, doing an assignment for each, then coming back to it; however, when I read the next assignment in Witchcrafting, I could not resist grabbing my materials and doing it RIGHT NOW. It was different, yet fun! I enjoyed being creative about my creativity. I did mine on painting because... Continue Reading →

Look What I Made: Blodeuwedd

For Blodeuwedd, I painted an owl with the flowers which were used to create Blodeuwedd.  Chest of hawthorn, belly of nettle, sides of cockle, wings of oak, feet of bean, head of meadowsweet, nose of broom, eyes of primrose, and ears of chestnut. The owl figure represents Blodeuwedd once she's been turned into an owl.... Continue Reading →

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