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« Reply #30 on: December 03, 2007 10:07:45 AM »

i made a power/protection witch jar last week. i filled it with a mix of herbs and a few crystals then put glittery tissue paper on the lid. i even labeled it with a paint marker but its hard to notice. the picture is a bit shabby and i need to decorate it more.here it is:
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« Reply #31 on: May 29, 2008 10:52:37 AM »

thats pretty cool......  i have heard of something similar but never as pretty, and the one i heard of was supposed to be buried......  awesome all the same though

once upon a time in the land of flowers and rhyme and living was easy with eyes wide open a young girl flew all about the world shutting her eyes and smiling for no reason- Jke "the lost poet" johnson
« Reply #32 on: September 22, 2008 05:46:08 PM »

i haven't been on here much lately (i've got 2 17 month old sons who keep me quite busy these days), but if i get a chance to track them down i  have a few peyote stich crystal and gemstone beaded necklaces (they are hard to describe, but when i find the pictures i'll post them).  i've been trying to find pagan-ish knitting patterns or patterns that are easily given a pagan twist and trying to think of good pagan inspired toys to make my sons.
i'm getting them toddler beds this winter and doing thier room in a whimsical, enchanted woods type theme. with nature, wild animals, gnomes and dragons...so i'm wanting to learn felting to maybe make them felted dragons and either felted or sewn gnomes and wizards for toys. however i do want some real pagan symbols in thier room as well as thier toys and things. i am making them dreamcatchers and have been thinking of maybe making a greenman wall plaque/mask for them, but i am still working out a lot of the kinks in the idea before trying to execute it.
i have made dreamcatchers in the past, but i have never been able to photograph them well. if i can get a good picture of any i'll post them.
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