A UPG introduction to Brighid for children
The Daghda was a mighty warrior. King to a people known as the Tuatha de Danann. He was wide and strong, carrying a heavy magical club that could harm his enemies, or bring life to the fallen. He was never hungry, because he had a magical cauldron that was always full of food no matter how much he ate.
But he was grumpy. Continue reading “Little Brighid”
Making and receiving gifts from the heart is one of my favorite ways to incorporate personalization and art into something really special.
This year for Mother’s Day I wanted to make something special for the moms in our lives. I got inspiration on Pinterest and decided to give a try at these hand-print hearts. I made one, loved it and decided to make more and photograph the process to make a tutorial. Continue reading “Handprint heart cutout tutorial”
My daughter was about to turn three. Her current obsessions include Wizard of Oz, the Grinch Who Stole Christmas, and Daniel Tiger. So when we asked her what she wanted for her party, she exclaimed she wanted to be “Dorofee with a Emerald City cake.”
It took no time to head to Pinterest for ideas and we threw most of the decorations together ourselves. Below are the results of our Continue reading “An Emerald City Birthday”
Hello all! I’m Traci, aka Mythical Magpie. As it says on my About Me page, I’m a pagan mom who loves to create and is obsessed with gaming.
I see my tastes quite like a magpie as I gather the things around me that I love and make them my world. I sculpt, sew, crochet, paint, write and draw…much like a Jill of all Trades, I’m definitely not the master of any of the aforementioned listed skills, but I love them and they make me happy!
We’re in the process of migrating from my blogger page over here and I hope to begin a regularly scheduled series of updates.
I plan to have a regular schedule of the four topics:
I will alternate blog and youtube video tutorials and hope you will find at least one topic that keeps you wanting more!
Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you back here soon!