Mabon Craft Projects

Autumn is a wonderful time to get crafty, thanks to the bright colors of the season. Make your own harvest candles, celebratory incense, and autumn God's Eyes to decorate your home for the coming Sabbat.

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Need some quick and affordable decorating ideas for Mabon, the autumn equinox? Here are some tips on how to bring the season into your home without breaking your bank account! Be sure to read about these 5 Easy Mabon Decorations. More »

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Make some harvest potpourri for Mabon!. Image by Adrienne Bresnahan/Moment Open/Getty Images

One of the best parts of the Mabon season is the amazing smells of the harvest! Blend up this easy potpourri blend and place it pretty bowls around your home or on your altar, or simmer it on the stove top to make your house smell like fall. More »

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Mabon Cleansing Wash

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This herbal infusion can be used as a skin wash or a cleanser for your ritual space. By infusing the herbs in water, you can take advantage of the medicinal properties as well as the magical ones. A quart-sized jar, like the type used in food canning, is ideal for this because it allows for a tight seal, and they hardly ever break. Brew up a batch of Mabon Cleansing Wash.

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As the Wheel of the Year turns with each season, you may wish to use different types and scents of incense for your ceremonies and rituals. While incense isn't mandatory for a good ritual, it certainly can help to set the mood. To make your a blend of incense for Mabon, the autumn equinox, we'll be using scents that remind us of the fall season, and the second harvest of the year. Here's how to Make Your Own Mabon Incense. More »

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Pokeweed is a purplish-red berry found in many parts of North America. In the Midwest and most northern states, it blooms in early fall, typically around mid-September -- just in time for Mabon. The poisonous red berries can be used to provide ink for writing - with a little bit of work, you can make your own pokeweed ink to use in magical workings, particularly those used in banishing spells. Try making a batch of Pokeberry Ink. More »

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God's eyes are popular decorations to make in nearly every spiritual path. By using harvest colors like reds, oranges, yellows and browns, you can create one for Mabon to hang in your home or to adorn your altar. Here's how to make a basic God's Eye. More »

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Use a green candle, or one in a harvest color, for prosperity magic. Image by cstar55/E+/Getty Images

Mabon is a time to be thankful for all the things we have -- a garden full of crops to pick, full apple trees in the orchards, and the bread we've been baking with the grain already harvested. Although this is a time of balance, it's also a time to look at what you have and be grateful for it. Celebrate the abundance of the harvest season by inviting prosperity into your life. These simple candles can be given as gifts, burned on your altar, or placed around the house to bring abundance your way. Here's how to make a simple Mabon Prosperity Candle. More »

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