Happy Lammas and The Witch of Howling Creek two year blogiversary, readers and friends! To commemorate the occasion, I’d like to welcome you all to Pronounced “boodshocked,” (Gaelic for “witchcraft” or “witchery”), Camp Buidseachd is going to be a month-long, virtual summer camp with cottage witch guides to everything from the home to esbats as … More Two Year Anniversary + Camp Buidseachd: The Cottage Witch Guide to the Pagan Home
Lammas is right around the corner! Although some Sabbats zip right by me regretfully, I always manage to find time to celebrate Lammas with corn muffins and an early morning. Corn isn’t the only symbol of the first harvest festival though: sunflowers can also be a part of your celebration. Associated with wealth, prosperity and … More Sunflowers for Lammas
Just a few short weeks until Lammas and here we are with the next installment of The Witches’ Compendium! It’s been a real pleasure compiling these little e-books and I hope they’ve been useful to you all over the past year. (I do realize the Beltane book never made it online and hopefully I’ll get … More The Witches’ Compendium: Lammas
Onto another edition of the “What Would the Witches Do?” series… They’re the fun, quirky, always meddlesome duo of our beloved Practical Magic. This time, we’re seeing what mischief the Owens aunts might be up to when they disappear for the summer solstice! Making Flower Crowns Materials: Floral wire Floral tape Fresh flowers and greens … More What Would the Aunts Do? Summer Solstice Mischief
Newest installment of the Witches Compendium! Just click the cover to go directly to the free e-book.
As a Shakespeare lover, I have a certain soft spot for Midsummer, sometimes known as Litha. There’s something romantic about shady evenings in the woods, animal masks and flower garlands. But if you don’t have your own personal fairy glen, here are a few ideas for decorating your home this Midsummer: String together flowers like … More Ten Decorations for Midsummer
The summer 2013 issue of Pagan Living magazine is on virtual stands! I’d like to thank all of our wonderful writers and designers for all of their help on another great (FREE) issue! Just click on the image below to go directly to the issue.