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Despite what you may have been told before, Witchcraft does not require fancy tools or items. The last thing anyone needs is to feel inadequate in their craft because they can't afford all the fancy tools.

  • ♥ Jars, bottles, and candles can all be used multiple times with proper care and cleansing.
  • ♥ A simple notebook or binder can be used as your book of shadows.
  • ♥ Sage can used for any cleansing, banishing, or negativity spells.
  • ♥ Rosemary can substituted for any herb.
  • ♥ Clear quartz can always be substituted for any crystal or mineral.


Bottled Snowflakes

Here's a fun and easy DIY Yule craft project you and your kids can enjoy.

You Will Need:

1 white pipe cleaner
1 length of twine
scissors
1 quart jar with a wide mouth
2 cups boiling water
6 tablespoons borax
1 pencil

Directions:

Cut a white pipe cleaner into 3 equal lengths, twist them together in the center, then arrange the six legs so that they are equidistant from each other.

Tie one end of the twine to a leg, and the other end to the middle of a pencil.

Note: For a more ornate flake, tie the twine around the end of each leg in a continuous motion to make a center wheel.

Set aside. Pour boiling water into the jar, then add the borax one tablespoon at a time, stirring to dissolve. If a little borax settles to the bottom, there's no need to worry, just go on to the next step.

Submerge the pipe cleaner form in the solution and let the pencil rest on top of the jar. Leave the snowflake in the solution overnight. The next morning, you'll find it covered with tiny, sparkling crystals. Remove it from the jar, and hang it from the window to catch the sun.

THESE snowflakes are NOT edible!

From Yule: A Celebration of Light and Warmth by Dorothy Morrison







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