Instead of the common circle loop, you can do it in a crescent-shaped twig which makes it more personal and self-made. Of course the intertwining strings are there to trap the bad dreams. Then decorate it with different feathers, beads and floral pieces f

Sage, Lavendar, Rose: How To Make A Smudge Stick This Gorgeous

Sage, Lavendar, Rose: How To Make A Smudge Stick This Gorgeous

Herb cleansing wand making // Infuse some floral goodness into your home this summer with these gorgeous smudge sticks!

°Forest Witch by Siberian DreamCatcher ~ Купить Ловец снов"Лесная ведьма"

°Forest Witch by Siberian DreamCatcher ~ Купить Ловец снов"Лесная ведьма"

Winter Solstice:  Crafting smudge wands from evergreens is a great way to make your house smell fragrant during the #Winter #Solstice.

Winter Solstice: Crafting smudge wands from evergreens is a great way to make your house smell fragrant during the #Winter #Solstice.

YULE WISHING CONE - Fire-starter, Charmed Pine Cone, Yule Wish Magick, Scented Pine Cone, Fireplace Candle, Campfire Lighter, Magick - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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YULE WISHING CONE - Fire-starter, Charmed Pine Cone, Yule Wish Magick, Scented Pine Cone, Fireplace Candle, Campfire Lighter, Magick - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

“Maple. Maypole Catch and carry. Ash and Ember. Elderberry. Woolen. Woman. Moon at night. Willow. Window. Candlelight. Fallow farrow. Ash and oak. Bide and borrow. Chimney smoke. Barrel. Barley. Stone and stave. Wind and water. Misbehave.”

“Maple. Maypole Catch and carry. Ash and Ember. Elderberry. Woolen. Woman. Moon at night. Willow. Window. Candlelight. Fallow farrow. Ash and oak. Bide and borrow. Chimney smoke. Barrel. Barley. Stone and stave. Wind and water. Misbehave.”

Collect leaves & make sure they are all dry. Melt down some old candle stubs, then take the leaves by the stem & immerse them, one at a time, in the wax. Hold them over the pot to drip a bit, then lay them on waxed paper. See http://patchodirtfarm.blogspot.co.uk/2008/11/what-to-do-with-all-those-pretty-leaves.html for more details (“,)

Collect leaves & make sure they are all dry. Melt down some old candle stubs, then take the leaves by the stem & immerse them, one at a time, in the wax. Hold them over the pot to drip a bit, then lay them on waxed paper. See http://patchodirtfarm.blogspot.co.uk/2008/11/what-to-do-with-all-those-pretty-leaves.html for more details (“,)

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