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Imbolc Crafts


Merry meet all,

Imbolc is usually when Witches receive an urge to be Very Creative. It is about this time of year I suddenly have to do all sorts of crafts. Brighid is the Goddess for poets and bards. 

Gather together a red and white candle that represent fire and ice. Add some corresponding herbs and blessing oil. Embellish the candles with sigils of your tradition or that correspond with the Goddess Brighid. 

Create Brighid’s crosses out of raffia or yarn. Keep them for your altar or trade with your friends or coven mates. Make a corn doll or a goddess doll out of Sculpey clay, felt or yarn. Be sure to give her a green mantle and red hair to celebrate Brighid. 

Have fun creating crafts for Imbolc. 

Blessed Be,

Lady Spiderwitch )O(

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Deity of Imbolc-Brighid


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Brigid is the patron goddess of the Celts. Her name derives from the Celtic brig or “exalted one”, and she is the daughter of the Daghda. She was connected to the Tuatha de Danann. Her two sisters were also named Brighid. Brighid is a popular Celtic triple goddess. 

Brighid is the goddess of poets, healers and magicians. She was honoured and still is in Kildare. Kildare has many sacred sites in the Celtic regions, and they are connected to Brighid. People still pay a tribute or pray for healing from the Goddess Brighid at the sacred sites in Kildare. 

If you wish to honor Brighid at Imbolc, here are some ways. She is most commonly honoured at Imbolc of February 2nd. Use lots of white flowers and white candles. Also, red is a colour of Imbolc. The red and white colours represent fire and ice. Make a Brighid corn doll and a bed for her. Sweep your house clean and leave her an offering of milk or what you find suitable. 

To learn more about Brighid, I recommend the book ‘Brigid: Goddess, Druidess, and Saint’ by Brian Wright. I can’t recommend this excellent slightly scholarly but amazing reference book enough. I had a hard time tracking this book down. “As a result of original historical and archaeological research Brian Wright provides a fascinating insight into this unique and mysterious figure.” That expresses the scope of this book perfectly. 


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