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Crafting is an essential part of our craft.
We make everything ourselves, from collecting ingredients in the forest or from our own garden, to
making our own clothing and accessories to dipping our own candles.
Everything we do is majik.
What we do is called Forestcraeft. After all, Witchcraft is about the craft.
We collect the ingredients and supplies we need, empower each thing, create the desired craft, and then empower it again.
We teach this and other Veshigi majiks in the membership course.
A forestcraeft you can try right now is a pine cone tree!
The concept is fairly simple. So are the supplies. You'll need:
* 3-5 fresh pinecones, which vary in size.
* dried moss
* stemmed candle holder
* hot glue or other adhesive medium
* preferred small gemsstone bits (optional)
* very small piece of paper and a pen to write with.
Write down what energy you want the tree to emit. Pines are protective and employed in purification.
Roll or bend the paper so that it fits into the candle hole in the candle holder. You can also burn the paper and
place the ash into the bottom. Place a few drops of candle wax or pine sap over the paper to seal it and push it down into the hole.
Put glue or other preferred fixative into the hole until it reaches the top, then let it cool.
Put glue on the biggest, roundest pinecone you have, and push it onto the top of the candle holder.
Glue a little moss to the top and let dry.
Repeat until you're happy with the way it looks, and then hold it in your hands and empower it.
It seems a simple thing, doesn't it? It is, yet is way more powerful than you think.
You can get as fancy as you want with it. Each element signifigant to your preference. Each empowered specifically and personally.
Here's another one we made with a bit of more directed influence:
These will occasionally be available in the shop with directions.
We also teach how to fully empower these crafts in our workshops, and if you subscribe to the newsletter
and/or become a member, you'll get exclusive majikal craft ideas several times a month in your package.
If you'd like to purchase a "try on" majikal craft, I have digital papercraft packages available in the shoppe here :)