Pagan Craft Making

Pagan Crafting for February 25 – It’s Flu Season, Make Your Own Cough Syrup


~Simple Cough Syrup~

3 tbsp lemon juice

1 cup honey

¼ cup warm water

Mix together the lemon juice and honey and then slowly stir in the water.

Pour into a small, glass, cork topped bottle and store in the refrigerator. Take 1-2 tbsp as needed for cough.

To soothe a sore throat, add 1 tbsp of mixture to a cup of chamomile or rosemary tea.




Andrea Dean, Van Scoyoc

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How to Make Easy Bake Dog Biscuits

How to Make Easy Bake Dog Biscuits

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Magickal Goody for February 10th – A Batch of Love Tea for Valentine’s Day

Magickal Goody of the Day


Love Tea


You will need:

2 teaspoons of black tea
1 pinch of rosemary
2 teaspoons of black tea
5 pinches thyme
5 fresh mint leaves
6 fresh rose petals
1 Cinnamon stick
5 pinches nutmeg
6 lemon leaves
3 cups pure spring water


Add all the ingredients to a cauldron/saucepan and bring to the boil.

Before drinking the tea recite the following:

“I have brewed this tea,
In the hope that my love will desire me.”


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Magickal Goody of the Day for Feb. 8th is Potent Spiritual Awareness Sachet

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Potent Spiritual Awareness Sachet

Black Sachet
Dragon’s Blood Powder
1 Hematite Stone
1 Moonstone
Clear Quartz Stone Crystal

If you wish to heighten your spiritual awareness, any easy spell to perform in order to accomplish this would entail filling a black sachet with one stone each of Hematite, Clear Quartz Crystal, and Moonstone, along with one teaspoon of Dragon’s Blood Powder. You should carry this sachet with you while you meditate, pray, pull a circle , cast spells, or participate in any spiritual act.



The Spell Book of Wiccan Shadows
Dawn Flowers

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Magickal Goody for February 6 – Make Your Own Magickal Inks

Magickal Goody of the Day


Making Your Magickal Inks

Magickal ink has been used in rituals by witches for many years. Many witches today, however, will rob themselves of complete involvement in a ritual by scribbling something on a piece of scrap paper with a pen they found in a desk drawer. Why do this when you can make your own ink?


Making your own ink can be as simple as going out in the woods and finding a fallen twig and charring the end of it and then using that as a writing utensil. If you are going to use this method, you will need to make a new char-pen for each ritual that you perform. You simply burn the end of the twig until it becomes charcoal (not ash) and then you let it cool and use that to write with. While you are burning the end of the twig, visualize your intent, and continue visualizing your intent while the twig cools off. Once the twig is cool, you can then use it.


You can also make liquid magickal inks , and these will require the use of a quill or a dip pen. Dip pens can usually be found at any stationary store and some office supply stores. Which ever you decide to use, you will need to practice with the quill or dip pen until you are used to the way it functions.


The easiest way to make magickal ink is by using lampblack. It is a long process, but it is well worth it in the end as you have made the ink yourself, saved yourself some money and you have added your own personal power to the ink while you are making it. When using lampblack as the method for making your ink all you need is a candle of appropriate color (white if for general purposes, or if you do not have the proper color candle), a metal spoon, a small piece of card stock or cardboard to scrape the spoon, a small bowl, gum arabic and some distilled water. You may also need something to hold the spoon with if it starts to get hot.


Light the candle, and hold the bottom side of the spoon in the flame until the bottom of spoon is covered with soot. This typically takes about 30-60 seconds depending on the size of the spoon, size of the flame, and how close you hold the spoon to the flame. Once the bottom of the spoon is covered in soot, hold the spoon over the bowl and use the card stock or cardboard to scrape the soot into the bowl. Be careful not to breathe too heavily, as this stuff is almost weightless and will happily fly everywhere if you let it. Also, be sure to do this somewhere where it will not get on your carpet, as it will stain fabric. Repeat this process about sixty times, which will take you anywhere from half an hour to an hour. While you are doing this, if you are making this ink for a specific goal, visualize that goal while you are burning the spoon, and scraping the soot into the bowl. If the spoon gets hot, use a pot holder so that you do not burn your hands. Once you are finished gathering the lampblack (soot), you will need to add, one drop at a time, some hot distilled water. Stop adding water before you think you should. Use your finger to mix the soot and water until the soot has completely dissolved. Lampblack will float on the top of the water, so it will take some effort to get it to dissolve completely. Once the lampblack is dissolved completely, and you have rich dark colored water , add some powdered gum arabic to the mix and again stir with your finger until the gum arabic has dissolved. Add enough gum arabic to make the ink have the same consistency has commercial produced ink. After you have completed the ink, you can store it in a jar and use it as needed.




Practical Magick for the Penny Pinching Witch

Carol Moyer


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Magickal Goody of the Day for Jan. 23 – Make Your Own Protection Oil

Magickal Goody  of the Day


Make Your Own Protection Oil


To make Protection Oil, use 1/8 Cup base oil of your choice. Add the following:

  • 4 drops Patchouli
  • 3 drops Lavender
  • 1 drop Mugwort
  • 1 drop Hyssop

As you blend the oils, visualize your intent, and take in the aroma. Know that this oil is sacred and magical. Label, date, and store in a cool, dark place.

Use Protection Oil to anoint yourself and those in your home. It will help keep you safe from psychic or magical attacks.


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Magickal Goody for January 20th is Making Your Own Priapic Wand

Magickal Goody of the Day

How To Make a Priapic Wand

Priapus was a god of fertility, and was always depicted with an erect phallus. In some traditions of Paganism and Wicca, a Priapic wand — phallus-like in appearance — is made, and used in ritual to bring forth the new growth of spring. You can easily make one out of a few outside supplies and some bells. This is a simple project for children as well, and they can go outside at Imbolc and shake the bells at the ground and the trees, calling for spring’s return.

First, you’ll need the following items:

  • A stick
  • An acorn
  • Craft glue (hot glue works fine as well)
  • Ribbons or yarn in brown, green, yellow, and gold
  • Small bells (get little jingle bells at your local craft store)

Strip the bark from the stick, and create a small notch on one end. Glue the acorn to the end of the stick.

When the glue is dry, wrap the stick in the ribbons or yarn beginning at the acorn — leave extra ribbon at the end to hang down like streamers. Tie the bells on to the end of the streamers.

Use the wand by going outside around the time of Imbolc. Explain to children that the wand symbolizes the god of the forest, or whatever fertility god exists in your tradition. Show them how to shake the bells, pointing the wand at the ground and trees, in order to wake the sleeping plants within the earth. If you like, they can say an incantation as they do so, like:

Wake, wake, plants in the earth,
spring is a time of light and rebirth.
Hear, hear this magical sound,
and grow, grow, out of the ground.



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Magickal Goody for January 9th – Make Your Own Ice Candles

Magickal Goody for the Day

How to Make Your Own Ice Candle

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