MommaTess

Creating wreaths is another great way to show the divine your love for them. What better way than to use the items found in nature that are associated with the seasons or the Sabat to pay tribute. 

You can make them as simple or as elaborate as you wish, They can be small or gigantic or anywhere in between as you wish. You can make them as in your face pagan or as everyday “looking” as you wish. You know in your heart why you are creating this wreath. Creating a wreath is as deeply personal to you as creating your altar. In a sense I think wreath making is much the same as decorating an altar, it simply hangs on your door or you wall rather than sit on the floor or the ground. (You can even make floor wreaths)

☆Tess ☆

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