Winter Solstice 2015 Link Roundup

· Happy Moon Day ·

December 7, 2015 3 Comments

Happy Moon Day!

I've combed my favorite blogs to find some great winter-themed links for you to peruse.

We are enjoying a dark moon before the new moon in Sagg on Friday. Take care of your bod and spend some time with the fam!

Get ready for the new moon by keeping a dream journal and making note of the intentions you'd like to set as the new moon goes direct. I'll have more of a write-up in the December New Moon Journal.

On to the Yuletide links!

 

Winter Solstice Altar via Orb of the Night

Winter Solstice Altar via Orb of the Night

“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.”
Edith Sitwell

Read about the History of Yule

Magical Winter Solstice Brew via Frugally Sustainable

Magical Winter Solstice Brew via Frugally Sustainable

History of Saturnalia

Fire and Ice Lantern Tutorial

Kids Activites for Yule

Three Ingredient Cinnamon Ornaments

Yule Relaxation Ritual

Ombre Pinecone DIY

Prosperity Orange Peel Candle Tutorial

How to make Fairy Light Jars via Making Lemonade Blog

How to make Fairy Light Jars via Making Lemonade Blog

Slow Cooker Mulled Wine

Giant List of Yule Traditions and Customs

Chocolate Pine Cone Recipe

The Mother of All Releasing Rituals For The Winter Solstice via Pixie Campbell

Mulling Spices Gift via Reading My Tea Leaves

Mulling Spices Gift DIY via Reading My Tea Leaves

Ornaments inspired by nature

Make some Rustic Snowflakes

Yule Nature’s Oil Lamp Tutorial

Cinnamon Saturnalia Candles

Yule Log DIY via Jenna Burger

Yule Log DIY via Jenna Burger

Planning to create any of these DIY’s?

Tell me in the comments!

 
 
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See you on the other side,
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3 Comments

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    Marcia Deignan

    December 7, 2015

    I made those ornaments for years with my classes. But I added white glue.I”ll have to try the glueless version. I still have some that are at least 10 years old and they still smell great 🙂

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      Mary King

      December 7, 2015

      Pictures! Id love to see your ornaments

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      Marcia Deignan

      December 7, 2015

      I’ll have to see if I can dig them out.

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