HERBS OF YULE:  Bayberry, blessed thistle, evergreen, frankincense holly, laurel, mistletoe, oak, pine, sage, yellow cedar.

HERBS OF YULE: Bayberry, blessed thistle, evergreen, frankincense holly, laurel, mistletoe, oak, pine, sage, yellow cedar.

The Lost Female Figures of Christmas

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★° . • ° ★ winter solstice is just around the corner ★° . • ° ★  Artist: Margaret Ellis

★° . • ° ★ winter solstice is just around the corner ★° . • ° ★ Artist: Margaret Ellis

There are so many great ways you can decorate your home for the Yule season. Here are some of our favorite winter solstice craft projects to try!

Magical Crafts to Make for Yule

There are so many great ways you can decorate your home for the Yule season. Here are some of our favorite winter solstice craft projects to try!

Yule.    In ancient Scandinavia, this festival lasted 12 days (and nights). The first night of Yule (the night before the Solstice) was called the "mother's night".      That night the Nordic Pagans used to sit and wait for the birth of the Sun God, Balder, born of the goddess Frigg and fathered by Odin. With the winter solstice, the goddess turned wheel of the year to give you a new point of departure.

Yule. In ancient Scandinavia, this festival lasted 12 days (and nights). The first night of Yule (the night before the Solstice) was called the "mother's night". That night the Nordic Pagans used to sit and wait for the birth of the Sun God, Balder, born of the goddess Frigg and fathered by Odin. With the winter solstice, the goddess turned wheel of the year to give you a new point of departure.

"Solstice Queen" - A Winter Pagan Goddess. A print from the original acrylic painting by Emily Balivet, 2009.  An 8" x 10" image printed on acid~free, archival quality smooth stock. Signed and dated on the back by the artist, the print is sealed in a protective cello sleeve and shipped flat.

Solstice Queen 8x10 Fine Art Print Pagan Mythology Bohemian Yule Winter Solstice Goddess

"Solstice Queen" - A Winter Pagan Goddess. A print from the original acrylic painting by Emily Balivet, 2009. An 8" x 10" image printed on acid~free, archival quality smooth stock. Signed and dated on the back by the artist, the print is sealed in a protective cello sleeve and shipped flat.

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