Lammas Rebirth Incense
Lammas is the time when the harvest is just beginning, and so many Pagans and Wiccans celebrate the cycle of life, death and rebirth. Burn this hearty rebirth incense as part of your Lammas rituals, and give thanks for the blessings of abundance in your life.
Make a Berry Bracelet for Lammas
In parts of Ireland, it was tradition to weave a bracelet of bilberries for your lover. Here's how you can put one together.
Make Your Own Smudge Sticks
Smudge sticks are used by many Pagans and Wiccans as part of ritual and ceremony. While it's certainly convenient to buy them at the store, it's also very easy to make your own - and you get to pick which herbs are in it! Here's how to make a your own smudge sticks to use.
Put together this simple cornucopia celebrating the early harvest of Lammas.
Make a Rain Barrel for Lammas
By the time Lammas (or Lughnasadh) rolls around, the fields are often dry and brown. Water becomes scarce as the summer progresses. Why not do your part to help the environment, and help conserve water by using a rain barrel to water your plants?
Bright red apples are a festive symbol of the Lammas season, so why not use them on your altar? With just a few simple steps, you can turn an apple -- or any other fruit or vegetable -- into the perfect candleholder for your Sabbat altar.
Ever wonder what to do with all those stray cornhusks after you've fed your family corn on the cob? Use them in this easy craft project - make a chain out of them, and use it to decorate your home or altar for Lammas.
This simple decoration is made out of grapevines and florist's wire. You can hang it on your wall, over your altar, or even your front door to celebrate the Sabbats.