Botanicals

Sleep and Dream Smudge Sticks

Our new sleep and dream smudge sticks are crafted with Mugwort gathered under July’s full moon. This beautiful plant is named after Artemis, the Greek goddess of the Moon.

Mugwort is referenced in Norse and Celtic mythology as a magical plant that wards off evil, and for this reason was hung in door ways or burned to clear stagnation and prevent illness in the home. It has a long history of use in herbal medicine particularly with issues relating to the digestive system and the menstrual cycle. It is referred to by many as the ‘dream plant’ and is thought to enhance intuition and bring lucidity to dreams, making them easier to recall in the morning.

It has been lovingly woven with Lavender, a herb that is known to calm the central nervous system to help promote rest and wild Rose petals that gently uplift and nurture.

As always plants are powerful, and some people experience side effects to some plants it is important to ensure it connects with you personally. We always recommend doing your own research and introducing new plants gently.

You can find our Sleep and Dream smudge sticks in our Etsy shop now.

*As of 20/08/20 we have changed the name of our sticks to ‘Smoulder sticks.’ You can read more about our decision regarding this here.

Astrological

Star Sign Moon Prints

Donny has been photographing the night sky for many years, capturing the moon’s beauty in all her phases. Combined with our interest in astrology, we began creating customised star sign prints. We use Donny’s photographs of the full moon as a background and overlay each of the zodiac’s constellations to create magical images.

We offer our prints in a standard size suited as gifts to mark special events such as births, weddings and anniversaries. We have also worked on commissions for wedding decor & invitations so please get in touch if you have special requirements. You can find our prints for sale now in our Etsy shop.



Astrological

Supermoon in Scorpio

What a beauty she was, our fourth and final supermoon of 2020 rose on May 7th. Aptly defined a ‘supermoon’ due to being closer to earth than usual and therefore appearing significantly bigger and brighter. This full moon was in the zodiac sign of Scorpio and we enjoyed capturing her intensity. You may have also heard May’s full moon referred to as the ‘flower moon’ signifying the many flowers that bloom during this lunar cycle. You can find all of our moon prints for sale here.