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Brigid Shrine
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The results of some craftiness that's been occupying me for the last few weeks... a small portable shrine-box for Brigid:



The exterior of the shrine- the Brigid cross and serpent charms were acquired here and there; the triskele and ogham stamps are my own creations.



Interior- the image is a Groundhog Day postcard by Thalia Took (sent to monsteralice and I by bishop_fuzzy); the triple Brigid statue is from Sacred Source.


Materials: unfinished wood box, acrylics and dimensional paints, stamp pad, and serpent charm all from AC Moore; Brigid charm from a vendor on eBay.

And this is just a foretaste... I've got a massive devotional project in the works, which is making me very happy right now.

Hail Brigid!

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Thanks! It was a very fulfilling project... a few hurdles, and at one point I thought I had screwed it up but good, but all in all, I'm very happy with it.

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Thanks! Feel free to gank... I lay no claims as to originality in the base idea.

What a neat project! It's very lovely and I love the groundhog day card!

Thanks! I love Thalia Took's work...

Well done, love.. she's beautiful..

That is absolutely beautiful!

Gorgeous! It's giving me some ideas, too. :) Thanks for sharing this with us!

You're welcome! Glad you liked it!

That's lovely. (And the postcard is an awesome touch.)

Maybe I'm tired, but the word that comes to mind is "darling", but, when I think it, it sounds almost condescending. But it is darling, and I'm not being snotty - really!

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