Sooo, @cupidoago asked me if I could explain how I made my sleep circle and I’d be happy to share!
I started with a green Styrofoam wreath base and glued on some pieces of paper with sleeping related sigils on them.
Then, I took the thick ribbon and cut 3 even lengths, checking that the length doesn’t make it hang too low to the bed. I wrapped the ends around the base and hot glued them into place. Then I brought all the ends together and hot glued those.
Then I used some fake vines and wrapped them around the base. Same with a vine with the white flowers on it. I stuffed the ends into the Styrofoam and hot glued them in place. Then I kinda moved them around and made them look neater.
Then, I took 6 fake hanging wisteria blossoms and jammed them into the Styrofoam and hot glued them in.
Now, the witchy part, I have 4 sachet spells (good sleep, no nightmares, strong relationship, no anxiety dreams), viles of herbs (black salt, sea salt, fire salt, 3 with lavender, thyme, catnip, jasmine, chamomile), and I have a stick of Selenite and a clear quartz point tied up there too! I just attached all of that with lengths of ribbon tied to the vines or around the base.
If any of that didn’t make sense, please let me know! I hope it was helpful and if you decide to make one please tag me if you post pictures!!
For any witches (or just artsy people) that use old glass bottles for spells or crafts you can get the nasty glue residue from the label completely off by scrubbing it with baking soda mixed with olive/vegetable oil. It works really well and you won’t have to use harmful chemicals.
am still here, despite disappearing so much; it would seem I relate to
this character, haha! It’s No-Face from Spirited Away. ♥ He is one of my
all time favourites and has been a great encouragement to me lately; a
simple joy to draw – just what I needed to get back on track!
kept thinking about using yellow flowers for this, but I liked the idea
of eliminating any allusions to gold, with an emphasis on his personal
growth through blue and pink: his former loneliness overtaken by a much
greater discovery of purpose and friendship.