A protective charm to repel negative energy from a room/office/home. Pretty & decorative as well! Think: dream catcher for daytime.
Casting Instructions for 'Witch Wreath'
You will need the following items for this spell:
- 6'' grapevine wreath
- 3'' grapevine wreath
- acorn, flowers (for decoration)
- hemp cord
- cotton cloth
- cotton thread
- herbs of your choice (just a tiny pinch of each)
- quartz stone (small)
- red paint
- incense of your choice
(keep in mind my choices were based on my sister's need to deal with stress at work - when I make my own, I'll use different herbs. I have included the ones I used for her as examples and reference.)
Perform a cleansing meditation or bath. Gather your ingredients and light your favorite incense.
Draw 2 runes, the 1st for current circumstances, 2nd for outcome.
Using red paint, paint these runes on opposite sides of your quartz stone. Set aside to dry.
Select your herbs. (I used cinnamon powder & sticks, hops flowers, juniper, lemon balm, meadowsweet, nettles leaf, pine needle, red sandalwood chips, white willow bark, wood bettony) Put half of each onto your incense burner. Set the other half aside.
Sew a tiny pouch of your cotton cloth. Put the remaining herbs & the quartz stone inside. Sew closed.
Using the hemp cord, wrap the wreaths together. (I chose to center the small one inside the large one and wrapped in a ''hidden pentagram'' pattern) Make a loop for hanging at the top.
Sew the pouch onto the wreaths. Attach any decorative items you have chosen. (I put the acorn at the top, the pouch and a silk flower at the bottom.)
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