Spell Crafts by Scott Cunningham and David Harrington asks you to see your hands as wondrous vehicles of power. Then you can understand the magic you can imbue into crafts such as mixing fragrant herbs, sculpting clay, and weaving wheat.
What Spell Crafts wants you to understand is that the act of making any object with your hands can be magical. From the collecting of materials to make your desired object, to the basic crafting, final shaping, charging, and use, you will discover that the entire project can be magical.
Making a craft with your hands can be more than a manual art. Creating an item is also a connection with your inner self; a tool you can use to alter your life. This skill can be mastered by anyone who has a willingness to learn and a deep desire for self-transformation.
In Spell Crafts, magic and craft merge. The work of the hand melds with that of the mind and spirit. By using this book, your desire to use your natural skills, and a devotion to the divine, you can make magic! Get Spell Crafts today.
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