Altars! Love to see yours!

Roxanne, today I got an order of posters I ordered from a Druid in Ireland! I framed them and hung them around a window. Such a lovely feeling.

. I want you to know how much I enjoy all of your displays! Sorry about the lighting, the white blinds make the pictures darker than they are. This artist made posters of her original artwork.

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Oh wow, that is so pretty :astonished:
I love how you’ve arranged the art prints!

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OMG!! They are gorgeous!! Where did you order them from???/

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Elenadanaan.com. she has an Etsy site too. She is an Irish Druid.

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Oh dear! that site is gonna cost me some money, but well worth it!! Thank you!

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Okay, so all these are amazing, I am slowly building my altar but I made a horned god and triple goddess today, just have to paint them, my spiral goddess I made a few weeks ago.

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Made my wand last night…Out of a White Oak branch.

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Very nice!! I love to see the things handmade!

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Ohhh nice!! I love it! I have a piece of willow I have been meaning to make a wand out of…so much to get done!

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Thank You! :slightly_smiling_face:
Id love to see yours out of Willow, once you’re finished. Willow is one of my favorite trees.

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I wish we had more trees! I’ll have to go looking next time I am out for a good piece to maybe make one. I have one coming from Etsy that is a nice shade of blue, but handmade would be awesome.

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It came out beautifully, @Rowan! :clap: Lovely craftmanship :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

So many great ideas for choosing wood! :deciduous_tree: For anyone unsure of what wood to use for a wand or broom, you may be interested in learning about the magickal properties of different kinds of wood! :evergreen_tree::two_hearts: @MeganB has shared a few great resources talking about magickal properties and meanings of different kinds of tress:

Happy crafting everyone! :sparkling_heart:

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They’re beautiful :heart_eyes_cat::heartpulse:

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:smiley: :heart: :sparkles:
Thank You!

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I am still trying to figure out how to have and hide my alter. I’m thinking maybe I can set one up in a cardboard box and hide it under my bed. Not ideal as I would like to have it set up where I could see it and focus on it, but I guess for now it will have to do .

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The good old shoebox altar! Another idea is to use a cabinet like this one (with a door that locks)

When you’re done, you just put everything back inside and lock it until the next time.

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@amanda5 Want to live in your room now… :star_struck:

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@daniel4 every time I stumble upon a picture of your house, I’m in awe!!! Really, it’s marvelous!!

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Wow people, I loved walking in your magical spaces :sparkles: such amazing altars! Such amazing rooms!!! :heart_eyes:

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Amazing Altar and tools @daniel4, if ever possible I would love to have an athame crafted.
Blessed Be,

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