Eostar Candlestick

Today we revisit our old friend, polymer clay. Note the symbology in the design of this candleholder.
First, there's the double spiral. The first spiral in the creation of the rope, then the second spiral to create the base and cylinder where the candle goes.
Again, there are alternates and variations on this theme suitable to make many other candleholders for all the Sabbats and Esbats, or for no reason other than the beauty and romance of candles.
I re-emphasize the cautions. Never let the candle burn down and touch the clay. The clay will burn. You know better than to leave a burning candle unattended, but this requires even more diligence, since some candle magick requires burning the candle all the way down. Use another less flammable candle in these cases.


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