Some of my favourite witchy YouTube videos – part I

I’m currently binging YouTube videos about witches and witchery. They offer me a lot of creative inspiration, self-care ideas, dreamy distraction, and insight into different magickal practices. So I wanted to share some of my favourites with you:


7 witchy videos that focus on creative projects and mental health:

Molly Roberts, the queen of art magick, shares ideas for fun and easy witchy art projects:


Meghann and the Moon shows fun things you can add to your junk journal or book of shadows (or even your planner or zines):


The Witches’ Cookery also encourages creativity with DIY, sustainable, and budget-friendly gift ideas:


Do the Magical Thing looks at everyday objects as witchcraft tools (I like the idea of witchcraft as a toolbox):


Twenty Two Zines shows his witchcraft zine collection, which all look worth checking out as well as offer inspiration and possibilities when making your own witchcraft zine:


Jessica Starr made a beautiful video about feeling lost and coping with the current times – “finding meaning in a wounded world”:


Kelly-Ann Maddox talks about how to be a self-loving witch:


I plan on making this a series and regularly share YouTube videos I’ve enjoyed watching about creative witchery and self-care magick on my blog. I hope you enjoy these videos too! If you have any recommendations, feel free to share them!

More resources on my blog:

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5 Responses to Some of my favourite witchy YouTube videos – part I

  1. this is inspiring and exciting! thank you for sharing your brilliantly found witchy videos! 🙂

  2. this video is me talking about music and magic, so it’s sort of witchy! also a cat rubs on my legs, and a cow grazes behind me. that feels witchy too. 🙂

  3. Pingback: Some of my favourite witchy YouTube videos – part II | DIY feminist zines + comix

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