Yule Sabbat Simmering Potpourri

Merry Meet All,

Yule Sabbat Simmering Potpourri is a wonderful gift idea for friends and family!

YULE SABBAT SIMMERING POTPOURRI

To make Yule Sabbat simmering potpourri, you will need the following:

A clean dry Mason jar
spoon
ribbon
gemstone
pinecones
cinnamon stick
scissors
jar labels
pretty list of ingredients paper
dried orange rind (dried in oven and ground in blender or mortar and pestle)
mugwort
frankincense + myrrh (I ground the resin in a mortar and pestle)
juniper berries
mint
cinnamon
clove
laurel leaves
rosemary
pine needles
jar lids
tissue paper
brown paper bag

Mix the above ingredients in your mortar and pestle. Grind them with intent. When you are satisfied with the scent, put the ingredients in a jar, and close the jar with a silver lid. Silver makes the jar look beautiful. Empower and bless a green gemstone and go on a walk or look around your house for some nature findings such as acorns, pinecones, holly, mistletoe, or ivy for the gift. If you find any, add them to the jar. Put the jar on your altar and meditate with the jar in your hands. When your hands grow warm, you have blessed and charmed the jar. Tie a festive ribbon around the jar and tuck in a pine bough and stick with natural or artificial berries. Trim the ribbon and tie it in a bow. Now the jar is ready to be given as a gift to friends or family. Put the jar in a brown paper bag, cover with festive tissue paper, and seal the bag. Give as a gift to your loved ones for Yule!

Blessed Be,
Lady Spiderwitch

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