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Pagan Crafts

Greetings to all Crafty Pagans,Witches and those who want to learn Pagan crafts.The purpose of this is to provide doable crafts and to create crafts and tools that will have your positve energies that will enrich your power while performing rituals or spellworks and in your every day life.

I would like to share with you many Pagan crafts which we will cover from creating your altar,to making candles,wands,athames,hemp jewlery,bath salts,walking sticks,spirit sticks,medicine bags,divination articles such as runes, scrying mirrors,pendulums and much,much more.

I would also like to include crafts for the children,so that it would be educational for them as well as fun to do.While making these crafts the children will learn the traditions and paths that Pagans and Witches travel in their life time.

There are eight celebrated Sabbats throughout the year and the year is called The Wheel of The Year.The four major Sabbats are,Samhain,The Witches'New year,October 31st/November 1st,Imbolc/Candlemas,January 31st/February 2nd,Beltane,April 30th/May 1st,Lughnasadh/Lammas,July 31st/August 1st.The four minor Esabats are,Yule is the Winter Solstice,on or about December 21st,Ostara,on or about March 21st,Litha/Midsummer,Summer Solstice on or about June 21st,and Mabon/Harvest,on or about September 21st.Each and every one of the Sabbats have many crafts that can be made to celebrate and honour them.

So gather your glue,scissors and thread,and I hope to share with you the crafts I've mentioned.

Many Blessings, )0(

My name is Lady Ameasha and I am a practicing Pagan Witch. My chosen path is Celtic/North American Indian (Cherokee)which is my ancestory.

I live in Southwestern Ontario,Canada, in the Country along the Nith River, where nature surround me. At almost any time of the day I can see a rabbit or two,a deer running in the pasture, racoons playing along side the river bank,and birds of all kinds.

I have lived in the country for over twenty-five years and thoroughly enjoy every minute and thank my Lord and Lady for blessing me with such pleasure. I have been crafting for as long as I can remember and enjoying each and every one of my projects.

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