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These Brigid's Cross fails will make you feel better about your childhood attempts

Why couldn’t your cross be a bit more straightforward, Brigid?

IT’S THE FIRST of February, which means it’s the first day of Spring, which meeeeans, it’s St. Brigid’s Day.

The making of a St. Brigid’s cross was a staple in an Irish school-kid’s arts and craft obligations, with the big question on everyone’s lips when January started to fade out… what method would it be?


Everyone knows the stick method was way harder, but it’s nothing compared to dreaded straws or rushes.

Just ask this lot







No no, THIS is how you do it

imbolgcrossinstruct Source: Mysticmooncoven

When whatever form of relic you’ve made is finished, don’t waste it. A cross isn’t just for Brigid’s Day etc


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