So Friday, we’ll see a blue moon- not literally. It won’t be blue. A ‘blue moon’ is the second full moon within a single month, or more historically, a fourth moon within a season.
Either way, when looking up the moon, you find many moons named things like the Honey Moon or the Hunter or Wolf Moon. A blue moon has no label, because its an extra moon in a way.
Any full moon provides a pagan a time to commune with the Divine/Goddess, to work magick, or to craft tools for ritual or magickal purposes.
- Charge items under the full moon
- Fill a glass jar with rainwater and set out under the full moon for ritual purposes
- Draw down the moon
- Meditate beneath the full moon
This month, I’m making a doorknob hanger to be used with a doorknob spell (mentioned by Cutewitch in her YouTube video).
Here is some crafting ideas to make your own doorhanger, including a template to cut out in cardboard (or you can get cheap foam/wooden door hangers from the craft store).
You can add a dry erase area to the doorknob hanger by using packing tape, or using laminate. There is even dry erase paint you can get, or use left over plastic stuff some packages have.
You can also add a post it note spot, or a small notebook you can use instead.
Decorate as you see fit, adding elements and symbols of power. you can hang through a hole, or a hanger type shape, or you can tie ribbons and use that as well.
How to use:
Each night, say a positive affirmation or prayer. Write down on the doorknob hanger what you’ll do the next day, or how you want to feel, but word it as though its already happening. Hang on the door, and go to bed.
The next day, you should note a shift in your day.
Homemade Door Hanger
Lots of doorhangers to be inspired.
Buy blank wooden doorhangers
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