Peace and Prayer Flags

Color of the day:  Maroon
Incense of the day:  Cedar

Following the example of Tibetan flags, you can make your own flags for prayer and peace. You’ll need some natural fabric (cotton, linen, etc.) in 12-by-8-inch pieces. Finished flags will be about 8 inches wide and 10 to 11 inches long. Choose colors that have magical significance (e.g., white for peace, blue for calm, green for nature, and so forth), or just choose those that you love.

You’ll need a thick rope or cord to stretch horizontally across a space; the flags will hang vertically along the cord. You’ll need a means of sewing, gluing, or hot-fusing the top edge of each flag.

Cut out your flags. Fold over one narrow edge, creating a 1-inch pocket for the cord to run through. Secure the folded pocket by sewing, gluing, or using iron-on fusible webbing.

Use permanent ink to inscribe prayers, symbols, etc., on each flag. String the flags along the cord and display. Use them in spell, ritual, or meditation or simply for happiness.

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