This is a great craft to do as part of a coven dinner especially because you can all bring your own sticks & elements from the natural world to use and share, and it's highly customizable so you can each put your own creative spin on it.
The July full moon is known as the Buck Moon. Accordingly, we used antler bones to make adornments. Natalia was the host this month and it was her idea to make pendants and bottle openers by drilling into the antlers and fastening bottle openers or crystals into them for naturally inspired and useful items.
Homemade stamps lend a handmade touch to gift tags, cards, and products and making them is a creative and fun thing to do in a group. The more you practice, the more precise the carving will be, but for your first project begin with a simple design.
The upcoming January moon is the Wolf Moon. In honor of it, I made seed art of a wolf in front of a full moon. Wolves occupy a very important place in our ecosystem as they keep herds strong and maintain the natural order in the world. They are fierce hunters but they also have very strong relationships in their packs. This craft uses natural seeds, beans, pods, and rice and you can get creative and make anything you can think of.