jar goods

If you’re wondering why I used glitter, my logic is that nothing bad in my life has ever come from using gold glitter, so why not? 

Today I’ve got probably the easiest, most beginner friendly jar I’ve ever posted. I need good luck, you probably need some good luck, this is what we’re making today. Usually I have jars that have different herbs ans such for different elements of the jar for the jar’s purpose. Not today. Today it is literally one jar full of herbs and spices that all have one purpose in mind – luck.

So, because of that, you can use any of the herbs listed, as many or as few as you want to or have on hand. In italics are the ones I’ve used in mine.

  • lilac
  • acorn
  • bay leaf
  • clover
  • allspice
  • poppy seeds
  • tonka bean
  • aloe
  • caraway seeds
  • catnip
  • parsley
  • chamomile
  • dill
  • star anise

While there are others, I have only listed a few that I feel like people have on hand.

The put together of this jar in simple. Light your candle, focus on your intention, and layer in your herbs. Feel free to additionally use anything that is lucky to you. Perhaps when sealing the jar, if you have a lucky coin you could press it into the wax to leave the print of it, use sigils, etc. Anything to make this more personal, the better. For me, I decided to use gold glitter just because I wanted to. Glitter is something I always want to use in my draft but I never do, so I decided to today because like I said, nothing bad has ever come to me when glitter was involved, haha!

If you have trouble sealing your jar, I have a tutorial for that here.

In addition to that, you can find all my other jars and original posts here, or here is just a masterpost of them (so far).

If you have any questions feel free to drop by my ask box! And as always, if you make any of my jars, I would love to see them, so feel free to tag me! 

Good Luck Jar Spell

🍀 a little jar
🍀 gold glitter (represents fortune)
🍀 cinnamon (good luck, fast action)
🍀 allspice (luck)
🍀 four leaf clovers (the more the merrier!)
🍀 ginger (power, success)
🍀 tumeric (luck)
🍀 coffee (stimulant)
🍀 optional: sigils for luck and fortune

As you add the ingredients to the jar, focus on what each ingredient is there for. Visualize each ingredient adding a little luck to the bottle and visualize yourself being fortunate. I like to play music to help raise and direct the energy (a good one for this would be Best Day of My Life by American Authors).

Once it is all in the jar, really focus on directing your energy into the the jar. If you are the praying type, Saint Christopher would be appropriate to call upon. The Bible verse I use is Jeremiah 29:11.

Let it charge in the sun for about an hour (or however long you deem necessary).

I personally would recharge this before each use, to ensure full energy.

Good luck! 🍀🌌


~ medicating and meditating before practicing yoga 🙊🕯 I think that mornings are actually my favourite time of day 🌾🐚✨

Honey Jar Spell

This is the very first proper spell I have conducted! It felt great.

The Honey Jar Spell brings sweetness into the relationships of yourself with others. Depending on the make up of the spell, it can mend broken relationships, cleanse past wounds, and offer renewed sweetness and friendship. Using simple elements and good intention will hopefully result in a sweeter relationship with person(s) in your life that you care about or want to fix a relationship with.

Now, I did modify some things to fit to what items I had as well as my situation. I Googled various Honey Jar Spells and found everything from very strict, long hoodoo spells to the simplest; honey in a tight jar with good intentions. Either way, my spell mirrored the basic Honey Jar spell with a few affordable and on-the-spot adjustments.

Here is my edited Honey Jar Spell.

What you will need:

-A Jar (Glass, Plastic, Anything That won’t leak) size is what you are comfortable with.




-Sea Salt


-Herb or Plant Leave (Preferably nothing too strong or poisonous)

-Paper and Pen


Light the candle with good blessings and light before beginning the spell. Yes, many use a red candle in this spell as this is the traditional way. But because I do not possess a red candle as of now, I took my Evergreen candle and lit it as a blessing of light. 

Steps (Modified):

1) Open the jar and pour in the purifying water. Imagine the water cleansing all of the mean and ugly moments in the past.

2) Add some sea salt, imagining the sting of those negative words and/or actions.

3) Add some cinnamon to begin sweetening.

4) Add a sprinkle of nutmeg.

5) On the piece(s) of paper, write the name of the person your spell is directed at. I wrote the name, and the following prayer: May this honey jar add sweetness to our relationship. blessed be. thank you. After writing this in pen, fold each paper three times to make sure the relationship is only thrust forward and not backward. Insert the paper in the jar.

6) Add a herb or plant leaf. I assume herbs are much better and hold power but because I could not get my hands on any specific herbs, I used lettuce leaves to symbolise the herb. I felt while doing this spell that the effort and positive intentions of this substitute helped compensate for lack of herbs. I have a strong feeling it will work. I felt the connection of a plant from the ground. 

7) Add plenty of honey. The honey is the strong sweetening part of the spell, so the more the better.

8) My jar was big and still had room to fill. Because I was doing more than one person, I repeated steps 1-7 in smaller amounts to fill the jar a bit more. Totally optional. I made sure to add plenty of honey at the end

9) Close the jar and tighten the lid. Hold the jar in your hands, close your eyes, and thank the universe for helping you with your good intentions. Think only positivity and embrace the idea of a sweeter relationship. Have hope.

10) After closing the jar, squeez a drop of honey on your finger and eat it, signifying your part of the relationship be sweet. (This is how I interpreted it.)

11) Optional: As an extra solidifying symbol, I took the tip of my index finger, where the honey was, and traced around the lid of the jar, symbolising the honey sticking the jar closed.

The positivity and light hearted feelings I got from this spell were amazing. To experienced witches, please feel free to comment and let me know if anything is inherently wrong. I am completely open to advice. Thank you to swamp-witch-from-florida for the initial spell writing that I followed and modified.

I have great hopes for this honey jar spell and I do hope that it serves you in the best way possible.

✩ Witch’s Wish Jar ✩

In other words, a jar to help you or anyone you give this to achieve dreams, wishes and desires. Should be used in tandem with working towards these things! as always, feel free to alter and substitute as best fits you. 

you will need:

  • a jar or bottle
  • a lucky penny (or two)
  • stars and edible glitter
  • vodka 
  • an unused birthday candle 
  • candles 
  • something to stir with like a pencil end.
  • any decorations you want 
  • (optional) food colouring

✥ Step One -

gather all your ingredients and get yourself into a good space to work. uplifting music, photos that remind you of your wishes and positive surroundings will all help here. pour the vodka into your jar to about halfway. vodka burns. you know what else does? your desire for what you want. picture your desire as you do this.

✥ Step Two-

Add your edible glitter and stars to bring some life to the jar. You want it to be able to reflect light for you and shine good luck into your life. drop in your lucky penny, birthday candle and food colouring if you are using it. stir up your mixture and top up the vodka to fill the jar, picturing your good luck getting filled up. 

✥ Step Three-

by now, you should have something that looks sort of like the photo above. the last step is to decorate your bottle with your chosen items. I have used a fae wishing coin on this one. Finally, seal in everything with candle wax- i used light green for success and luck, with dark green for ambition and prosperity. Put your jar on a windowsill to let moon and sunlight shine through your wishes onto you.

✩  May you achieve all your wishes and dreams! ✩ 

sidenotes: I wrote a personalised sigil on the bottom of the jar and attached a charm with the same one. this means that when in need of extra luck, the charm may be taken off and put into a pocket.

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🍀Good Luck Terrarium🍀

🍀Intent: to charge my good luck charm, protect my home, and provide me with luck and fortune

A good Luck charm
pebbles (fortitude)
terrarium moss (growth)
malachite (prosperity)
snail shell (protection)
citrine (success)
toadstool (luck)
stick (sort of a taglock to my home)

Put all the things in the jar however you want!

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I wanted to share my new DIY sparkle stim jar! It is sangria sunrise orange-pink goodness <3

To make one of these you will need:

  • a clean mason jar, or an old salsa/jam type jar with a good water-tight lid
  • water, and a pot or kettle to heat the water
  • coloured glitter glue
  • extra food colouring, glitter, sparkles, sequins, or whatever you want to throw in there (optional)

Here’s what to do:

  1. Prepare your jar for hot water.
  2. Using a pot or a kettle, heat enough water to fill your jar. It needs to get hot and start making little bubbles, but it doesn’t need to boil, so take it off before it reaches boiling. I used our electric kettle and just selected the 175F (green tea) setting.
  3. Pour your water (carefully, it’s hot) into your jar, leaving a bit of a space.
  4. Add as much glitter glue as you want. Seriously, more is best. Use a whole bottle if you want.
  5. Add in any food colouring, extra glitter, etc. here. I used yellow and orange glitter glue and pink sparkles for a happy tropical sunrise feeling.
  6. (Again carefully, ‘cause it is hot) put on your lid and tighten it as much as possible. I used oven mitts to get mine on good and tight. Then leave it out for a few hours to cool down.
  7. You’re done! Shake, watch, stim, enjoy~

I used an old jam jar with the kind of lid with a pop-up seal. After every hour I would go back and tighten the lid again as much as I could, and by the time it was room temperature, the lid had sealed really well.

I did summery colours, but blue and green would make for a soothing watery colour scheme, while pink and purple would be super cute. Or you could do a dark blue glitter glue/food colouring and chunkier gold sparkles for a nighttime sky galaxy thing! The options are limitless!