Litha has come around again, it seems to come along more quickly every year. Litha is when the sun is at it’s highest strength; the days are at their longest, the UV index is high (but will get higher over the next two months) and animal life has settled into the serious business of raising babies. We celebrate Litha by thanking the sun for shining and bringing energy to our world, we celebrate the shortening of the days and the beginning of the harvest season.
This year I am making cold porcelain sun discs as a Litha craft. I am using this recipe to make the clay, then making some sun symbols from it.
The recipe for cold porcelain is so simple…
3/4 cup corn flour
1/2 cup white glue
1 tablespoon vinegar
1 tablespoon oil
That’s it, just add the ingredients and mix, then knead until it looks like clay.
Once these little discs are dry and hard I will paint them and add a couple of layers of lacquer to make them a bit water proof. Sun discs can be used as decorations, gifts or as coasters. I think I will punch a hole in mine and hang them around the humpy.
Happy Litha everyone!!
2 thoughts on “Happy Litha – Summer Solstice 2022”
Happy solstice! Just as you celebrate the longest day we celebrate the shortest and the gradual return of the light. Wishing you also a Merry Christmas and happy and peaceful new year in 2023 🥂
Same to you, my friend.