A Harvest Jar Spell

IMG_3402As a part of the Lammas Ritual that I created and led for the Circle of Fountains on the last Sunday in July, I invited everyone to craft a Harvest Jar to help strengthen and empower celebrants so that everyone could have what they need to manifest their harvest. Complete instructions for a harvest spell jar are below. Have fun!

Craft Supplies

  • Mason Jars
  • Cotton Fabric Squares
  • Antique Bronze Charms
  • Thread
  • Needles
  • Twine Cord
  • Harvest Incense Blend
    • Sweet Woodruff, Red Clover Leaves, Cornflower, Copal, Lavender, Red Poppy Petals, Cardamom, Yarrow, Bergamot Oil, and Frankincense Oil.
  • Scissors
  • Pinking Shears
  • Seam Ripper
  • Bronze Scythe/Sickle Charms
  • Personal Scythes/Sickles for All Attendees
  • Bloodstone Beads
  • Carnelian Beads
  • Markers for Labeling Jars
  • Scrolls of Paper for Writing and Drawing
  • Colored Pens and Markers for Writing and Drawing

Craft Information & Instructions

  1. Add a modest amount of Harvest Incense Blend to a mason jar.
  2. Reflect on the following questions: What crops are still growing in your life and require active cultivation? What can you give to bring your crops to fullness? What must you release in order to bring in your crops?
  3. Now write 1 to 4 scrolls stating what you are working on harvesting. Please consider wording each scroll as follows: “I am ___________ (your name). I joyfully give ____________ and I necessarily release _______________ in order to harvest _____________.
  4. Seal each scroll with twine and place it into your herb-filled mason jar. This is the start of your Harvest Jar.
  5. Now choose a piece of cloth. If you like, use the pinking shears to finish the four sides of the fabric. Once done, lay the fabric flat and add a modest amount of the Harvest Incense Blend to the center of the fabric. Also, add Carnelian beads,  Bloodstone beads, and a bronze scythe charm. This is your Harvest Mojo Bag.
  6. Seal your Harvest Mojo Bag with twine and add it to your Harvest Jar. Now you may close your Harvest Jar.
  7. Next, identify antique bronze charms that represent your past harvests – i.e., accomplishments, victories, gains, lessons learned, achievements unlocked.
  8. Choose a piece of fabric, finish the sides with pinking shears if you like, and then sew your charms onto the fabric anywhere you wish. This is the “charmed crown” for your Harvest Jar.
  9. Place the charmed crown on top of your closed Harvest Jar and hold it in place with twine.
  10. This Harvest Jar contains Harvest Incense Blend to purify and consecrate your harvest magic, scrolls representing the “crops” that you’re working on harvesting, a Harvest Mojo Bag representing your will to manifest the harvest, and a charmed crown to bless and empower your harvest goals using the energy of past successful harvests. Charge your Harvest Jar using whatever methods you usually use to empower your spells.
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5 thoughts on “A Harvest Jar Spell

  1. Lovely! Thank you for sharing this spell. What a charming way to evaluate, be thankful, & seek improvement all at the same time. Happy belated Mabon!

  2. Pingback: A Lammas Ritual | Wandering Woman Wondering

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