Dancing Fairy Ring
*** This listing is for the ring in the top picture. Custom colors are available on request. *** Once you pick up a Dancing Fairy Ring, you won't want to put it down. My son and his friends love using them at their weekly music and movement gathering. The dancing colors encourage awareness of space and motion and offer a fun way to engage with music or just the natural world around us. Such sweet and simple fun, perfect for indoor or outdoor play. Solid wood rings are 3 inches across and…
how to make a traditional flower crown
During the years I've created many crown and headband crafts for adults - and for kids! Here I would like to share my favourites with you! Some are more unusual than others - yes I'm thinking of you pineapple fascinator! But all are simple and inexpensive to make -
Wedding Ideas, Planning & Inspiration
Your wedding planning journey starts here. We have the tools to make it as stress free as possible. Inspiration, advice, and all of your wedding etiquette questions answered right this way.
Dog Days & Dandelions
Here in New England, the traditionally sultry months of July and August are known affectionately as the dog days of summer. The term goes back to Greek and Roman times when it paired with the celestial phase of Sirius, the dog star. The Romans weren't fans of this heated season...
Wheel of the Year: Beltane | Wayward Inspiration
Beltane is the last of the three spring fertility festivals (preceded by Imbolc and Ostara) and is regarded as one of the most important Sabbats of the year. Landing midway between the spring equinox and midsummer solstice this cross-quarter festival traditionally marked the arrival of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. The veil between worlds is… Read More Wheel of the Year: Beltane
Apprenez à fabriquer vos couronnes de fleurs | Berceau magique
Les couronnes de fleurs sont très à la mode depuis quelques années. On les trouve partout, mais apprenez à créer votre propre couronne de fleurs avec le Mag
A Might-do List for Beltane — Worts + Cunning Apothecary | Intersectional Herbalism + Magickal Arts
Beltane, known also as May Day, Lá Bealtaine, Calan Mai, marks the first day of summer. Cattle are moved to the summer pastures, the Good Folk venture forth from their wild places to join in the festivities of mortals, and the fertility of the fields is celebrated. Beltane acts as the summer gateway