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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Spirit Wreath Completed
Spirit Wreath Completed!
Well, it took 31 days but it's finally complete! I absolutely LOVE it! And it will be the first thing to be hung in our new home!
For the complete process info & pictures as it progressed please see the original post "here".
To make your own, just find & make or buy a wreath form, gather lots of different fabric squares, one for each day you'll be doing the project (or do them all at one time - it's up to you), and the ribbons to hang them by, and put together the herbal blends that represent what ever intents & purposes you want your wreath to represent.
Mine are as follows, there are 5 of each, except Blessings of which there is only one (the top center pouch):
Money: Basil, Chicory, Cinnamon, Cumin, Dill, Dock, Egg shells, Oats, Oregano, Pine needles, Star Anise, Sunflower, Wheat berries
Health: Basil, Caraway, Cedar bark, Dogwood, Jasmine, Juniper, Mandrake, Mullein, Pine needles, Sassafras, Sunflower
Love: Basil, Rose, Sage, Vanilla
Remove Obstacles: Basil, Clove, Clover, Pine needles, Yarrow
Protection: Basil, Cinnamon, Clover, Datura pod & seeds, Dill, Egg shells, Honeysuckle flowers, Mullein, Pine needles, Plantain, Snake sheds
Blessings: Basil, Bay, Blue Cohosh, Caraway, Myrrh, Sage, Willow bark