Does anyone else like to express being pagan through their clothes? Show off your styles for me!
My partner makes all my dresses (over thirty so far) and this one in the making is already really special. The bodice features a print that looks like cave paintings and is very symbolic of shamanism to me.
It’s been a long time since Willow and I made soap, but after a few years we finally ran out. So that means spending a weekend in the kitchen, feeling like a proper hedgewitch!
If you want to start making your own soaps, I would highly recommend putting recipes through the soap calculator here, since even well-known books have recipes that don’t always turn out so good. It can be a little hard at first but soap is fun to make and can be turned into a witchy recipe in a heartbeat, especially through the use of essential oils and even herbs or certain colours.
And don’t think you need expensive soap moulds…we made ours out of a shelf by adding some plastic protector sheeting!
I love seeing other people’s ritual tools and could look at photos of them on Pinterest all day. Please share yours! ❤
These are some of my favourites that I’ve made and use regularly. I like rattles and crystals and wands and other little mementos from nature 🙂
I’ve added something special to this rattle…an authentic meteorite bead! The bead was quite expensive when I bought it and came with a certificate, but I don’t have that anymore. However the bead has the classic markings on it denoting its otherworldly status.
See it on my Etsy!
Now on my Etsy.
With Amethyst and Carnelian crystals.
This mini set of altar treasures features a deerskin pouch decorated with charms, an antler wand or talisman with rutilated quartz and a tiny green bottle with opal pieces, a little bottle with handmade loose incense (for burning on charcoal) that has woody and resin scents, and a little glass scrying amulet.
See it on my Etsy Shop!