Imbolc is when the Earth is getting ready for spring in the Northern Hemisphere and it signifies that change and growth is on the way
For me Samhain has always been a special time of the year. Even before I knew it as Samhain instead of Halloween. I’ve been embracing the ‘vibe‘ since we entered October, well it is officially the season of the witch after all. I adore this time of the year as I feel freer than at any other time. It also makes me a little giddy and the energies can be a bit much for me from time to time but a whole month of feeling like it’s your birthday will do that to you. I’ve never really gelled with 1st January as the New Year and when I found out…
Every Halloween I love to get involved in the creative stuff such as pumpkin carving, decorating my home and garden in spooky stuff and drawing and painting Halloween themed art. This year, I don’t have time for pumpkin carving as I’m away on the lead up to Halloween so I’ve thought of the next best thing. Pumpkin Paintings! These gorgeous bits of crafty fun are going to be used to decorate my altar and creative journal during this festival and I’m going to show you how easy it is to do. What you need: Paper Pencil Waterproof fine liner pen Watercolour paints (or other paints if you prefer)
The 1st May brings to festival of Beltane from the Wheel of the Year and marks the point where we move away from winter and closer to summer. Here are 10 ways you can celebrate Beltane. Beltane blessings!
Ostara is one of the festivals on the pagan Wheel of the Year. In the Northern Hemisphere it also signifies the first day of Spring. Find out how to celebrate here.