Yuletide Shopping Guide – A Call for Suggestions
I think we can all agree that 2020 has been historic, and simultaneously the proverbial dumpster fire. But the year is winding down (thank the Gods), and we have the Yuletide only a few short weeks away.
I know artists are particularly struggling this year with the economic repercussions of the pandemic. As much as we crave arts in a time of difficulty, the arts are the first things we cut from our budget–understandably so, when you’re trying to make sure you have a roof over your head and food in your pantry.
I wanted to put together a sort of shopping list filled with an assortment of things: such as polytheistic themed materials that DIYers could use to make their own projects, items (jewelry, accessories, religious items, music, books, etc.) that would be appreciated in polytheistic households, or just items and works created by members of the polytheistic community (whether their work is religious or not).
I’ll be curating the list, but I wanted to give all of you a chance to tell me about stuff you’ve found, or made, or know of too. Drop me a line. The goal, is for those who can afford it to try to either help an artisan member of the community, or feed the devotion of members in our community.
I want to get the first post out next week, for base materials and resources than can help the DIY’ers. So they have time to not only order materials, but then to make their creation in time for the solstice.
Posted on November 2, 2020, in Misc. and tagged Asatru, DIY, gift, Heathen, Northern tradition, Pagan, Polytheism, shopping, winter solstice, Yule. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
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