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 →

Getting Ready for Magickal Crafting

How do you choose to prepare your space for magickal crafting? First, I would want the area clean. If it’s not already, I would put everything away and do a physical cleansing of the area (sweep/vacuum, etc). I wrote a ritual to cleanse and consecrate my crafting table. I would start by cleansing and consecrating... Continue Reading →

Look What I Made: Epona

I painted a picture of Epona in the original Gualish equine form (as opposed to the adopted Roman form of her on/with a horse). She is white to symbolize fertility and protection. I had considered putting a piece of grain in the horse’s mouth, but when it came down to it, I decided the horse... Continue Reading →

Choosing Your Deities

You are to choose a God and a Goddess that are either on the list or choose 2 of your own. Write up a discussion on them and include where they are from and why they are appropriate for crafting. I have chosen Brigid and Lugh. I chose to go with Celtic deity because I’m... Continue Reading →

My Crafting Space

Tell me about where you choose to do your crafting and why. Where I do my crafting usually depends on what I’m doing. If we are talking about making dream catchers or painting, I usually do that in the living room near my work desk. If it’s easily done in the living room, I choose... Continue Reading →

My Crafting Experience

Tell me about what sort of crafting you have done? I have done mundane things like painting and drawing. I grew up sewing, too. I used to enjoy things like wood-burning, but I gave that up because I kept having trouble with asthma when I burned. Scrap-booking was always a big thing in my life,... Continue Reading →

My Zafu Pillow

I looked online for the suggested and traditional fills, but I found they were price prohibitive for me so I got some cheap memory foam fill instead. I dug through my fabrics and found two fabrics that would go half-decently together and were a thicker/stronger fabric for the pillow. Then I found a close-enough matching... Continue Reading →

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