Original poems regarding the wights, gods, turning of the seasons, and love of the natural world.
The shrine serves as a tangible manifestation of spiritual practice in the everyday world. It is a sanctuary from the pressures of minutia that can crop up when we're not paying attention, and a gentle prod towards mindfulness in our words and deeds. These are a few of the various incarnations of altars and shrines that I've kept in my home or on my property, reflecting a synthesis of druidic and heathen practice.
The use of beads in meditation has been recorded since the 4th century C.E. While there is no evidence of them being used for pagan gods, modern rosaries and prayer beads designed around a Norse or Celtic cosmology can be useful for meditating, learning traditional kennings, and focusing ones attention on the Elder Kin in general. These are all of my own design, using glass, stone, and bone beads, strung on silk cord.
Dabbling with Photoshop can result in some very interesting images. Deities and dreamscapes lie within.
While I was intensely interested in stained glass for a while, the chemicals were too much for me to work with after I had a kid. In other words, updates are unlikely. :)