The second of the harvest season sabbats, Mabon, is upon us again. In this post we explore 15 awesome free and low-cost ways to celebrate the Fall Equinox.
Lammas (Lughnasadh) has returned and with it the subtle shifts of summer into fall. In this post, we explore fifteen awesome animal correspondences to connect to and work with during the first of the year's three Pagan harvest season sabbats.
The Summer Solstice is often associated with, and tends to have a heavy focus on, outdoor activities. These can be a fabulous part of this celebration. However, for those who are self-isolating or may be spending the Solstice indoors for other reasons and are looking for ways to celebrate Litha inside, this post, which highlights a dozen great ways to do, so has you covered.
We've reached the halfway mark to October 31st. To celebrate that exciting point, this post delves into 31 ways to celebrate Halloween and Samhain all year long.
In the midst of the current Covid-19 pandemic, those of us who are currently able to do so are continuing to celebrate the sabbats. In this post we'll explore ways in which to use 15 different store cupboard foods (complete with their magickal properties) to help facilitate your Beltane workings while we're sheltering in place this spring.
March is here and that means it's time to start gearing up for spring's return. Get a jump start on your seasonal crafting with this lovely shabby chic bird's nest themed card that welcomes springtime with open arms.
Delve into the heart of the Spring Equinox with this festive post that explores 10 free and low cost ways to celebrate Ostara - as well as what Ostara means, when Ostara occurs, and much more.
Halloween colours and themes don't have to be just for October 31st. Let this charming bat sequins filled shaker card brings the All Hallows' Eve spirit to your paper crafting all year through.
More so than any other contemporary Pagan sabbat, Imbolc is associated with dairy foods. But it dairy, or animal products in general, are not on the literal table for you, it's time for some plant-based alternatives instead. This post lists many, along with numerous other foods and herbs that work excellently for Imbolc.