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Brigids Cross Imbolc Altar Tile/Home Decor

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February 2 is the Sabbat of Imbolc, also known as the Feast of Lights, Candlemas and the Festival of Brighid. Derived from the Gaelic word "oimelc" which means "ewe’s milk," Imbolc refers to the time when ewes come into their milk for the first lambs of spring. It is the festival of the maiden, a time when the Goddess Brigid is honored as the bride of her waiting consort, the God. From this day to March 21, it is her season to prepare for growth and renewal.
It was traditionally believed that a Brighid's Cross protects the house from fire and evil. Usually thought of as a Christian symbol, it possibly derives from the pagan sunwheel.

This Brigid's Cross was hand drawn and set in pyrography on a 4" in diameter birch circle. It is surrounded by acorns to symbolize a Priapic Wand; named for Priapus, God of Fertility. Imbolc was burned on the bottom along with the date of this festival. A pink border was floated around the perimeter and the entire tile was stained with Golden Pecan then rubbed with several coats of paste wax for a silky satin finish.

Included is a wood easel for display and a sampler vial of Brigid oil, a sweet blend of floral essential oils with just a hint of winter spice, mixed together with jojoba; a nice compliment to your Imbolc ritual.

*Disclaimer: Essential oils can be irritating to the skin; it is best to test on a small area first.

My hope is to make tiles for each Sabbat; at least two different designs. Although I have designs drawn out, am out of wood right now. But keep an eye out for new designs for the other 7 Sabbats.

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Brigids Cross Imbolc Altar Tile/Home Decor

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, wood stain, acrylic paint, paste wax
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  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
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