20% Off Prayer Cards in November

Here’s a deal for my fellow polytheists. Prayer Cards are on sale from Etsy shop Wyrd Curiosities with hundreds of options there’s a plethora of deities represented from a range of traditions: Norse, Germanic, Greek & Roman, Celtic, Romano-Celtic, Gaulish, Welsh, British, Mesopotamian, Canaanite, Etruscan, Baltic, Slavic, Finnish, Lithuanian, Egyptian and more!

Gangleri's Grove

Because the military dead figure so heavily in my venerative practices this month, and Veteran’s Day is about a week away, I have a 20% off code for you on Prayer Cards this November in my shop. Use code YAYVETS2020 at checkout. This promotion coincides with the fact that I’ll be donating a portion of all my etsy sales to Paralyzed Veterans of America (www.pva.org). So not only can you grab a good deal right before the yuletide season, (and the prayer cards can make great stocking stuffers or bits of religious cheer to send to someone in their yule card) but you will know that part of the purchase will help some of our disabled veterans too.

The Paralyzed Veterans of America organization is dedicated to serving veterans—through medical research, advocacy and civil rights for all people with disabilities. Restoring dignity by providing solutions to those…

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Yuletide Shopping Guide – Craft Molds for DIYers

What a great resource for our crafters. This is of especial interest to polytheists with connections to pantheons with religious connections related to: Norse, Slavic, Celtic, Egyptian, Greco-Roman, and more!

Gangleri's Grove

I recently posted that because 2020 has been a challenging year I was putting together a Yuletide Shopping Guide with the intent tohelp artisan members of our community & to help spotlight items that support our religious devotions and practices. I know it’s early, but I wanted to go ahead and start spotlighting project materials that DIYers may want to use to make their own gifts this yuletide.

Molds can open up a wide range of possible creations for our DIYers: candles, soaps, jewelry, décor, paperweights statuary, candies, chocolates and more. While I’ll be spotlighting some polytheistic related items, I do offer a word of caution. Read the descriptions carefully at the seller’s listing to make sure the mold can be used for the purpose you would like. I have found some sellers will use the same product listing image to sell both the mold, and an item created from…

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Yuletide Shopping Guide – Cookie Cutters

This makes me wish I was good with making sugar cookies. I’m not. For those of you that are, make me some!

Gangleri's Grove

I recently posted that because 2020 has been a challenging year I was putting together a Yuletide Shopping Guide with the intent to help artisan members of our community & to help spotlight items that support our religious devotions and practices. I know it’s early, but I wanted to go ahead and start spotlighting project materials that DIYers may want to use to make their own gifts this yuletide.

We’ll be starting off with some installments to help the bakers, crafters, and DIYers so that those who may want to create something for a yuletide gift can get their project materials before the holidays.  Today’s installment is for the bakers. The pandemic has had many of us returning to our kitchens, instead of eating out. With that shift, has come a huge explosion in baking, with kitchen spices being some of the most in demand items at many grocers. I think…

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