This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.
That’s one of traditional egg coloring in Lithuania :) We do that every year :D And you always get different shapes and color. It’s always fun to peel of the onion shells to see the pattern :)
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I put together what I think are the perfect things for a landlocked sea witch! All of the things in this collection are very high quality and 100% natural.
WHY DIDN’T I THINK OF THIS SHIT
How to make encharmed waters.
1. Write charm, word or sigil with watercolor pencil.
2. Place it into water while praying, chanting, spinning in circles and drooling, or whatever else does it for you.
3. Once the majority of pigment has run off into the water use it to dress objects, anoint people, sprinkle about a place, add to baths, floor washes, or to the laundry water; or (provided they’re non-toxic) infuse it with herbs to make a potion.
Ran’s Runes (divination tool in honor of the sea goddess)
From a dream I had. A plain mason jar with sand, shells, rocks and sea glass from our local shores. Added in small blue garden stones with runes painted on them.
Simply turn and watch the changing sandscape until a rune - or several - are clearly visible to guide you. :)
THIS IS INGENIOUS!
And I’m going to Mexico in a couple of weeks, so what an opportunity!
OH MY GODDESS. PERFECT.