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☽✪☾ Protection spell for the home #protection #spell #homespell #magick #craftingmagick

☽✪☾ Protection spell for the home #protection #spell #homespell #magick #craftingmagick

Learn how to make a thankful tree with clay gratitude leaves to remind your family of the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Creating and decorating a thankful tree with hand stamped marbled clay autumn leaves is a gratitude craft and activity kids and adults can enjoy together. DIY fall home decor and a unique centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table.

Learn how to make a thankful tree with clay gratitude leaves to remind your family of the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Creating and decorating a thankful tree with hand stamped marbled clay autumn leaves is a gratitude craft and activity kids and adults

Celebrate fall and the harvest season with a beautiful Mabon corn dolly.  History and tutorial for this beautiful autumn craft included.

Celebrate fall and the harvest season with a beautiful Mabon corn dolly. History and tutorial for this beautiful autumn craft included.

Crispy Baked Apple Chips. Simple oven baked chips recipe with just cinnamon and apples, no sugar or dehydrator needed! Easy, healthy snack recipe. Kids love them and they're a great food gift idea. Recipe at wellplated.com #healthy #cleaneating #snacks #recipe

Crispy Baked Apple Chips. Simple oven baked chips recipe with just cinnamon and apples, no sugar or dehydrator needed! Easy, healthy snack recipe. Kids love them and they're a great food gift idea. Recipe at wellplated.com #healthy #cleaneating #snacks #recipe

Celebrating Mabon, the Autumn Equinox: Fall is a popular time of year for Pagan gatherings and public events.

For many traditions, spring brings the opportunity to celebrate the sacred feminine energy of the universe. This simple goddess ritual honors the feminine, while also celebrating our female ancestors.