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Australian Bush-Crafted Besoms


This was wild-crafted by me, from fallen Gum Tree branches and Casuarina (She Oak) leaves. Here on the farm where I live.

A very Australian Besom!

I’ve tied it all together with Australian spun and died wool, dabbed some craft glue and fastened a sterling silver pentacle to the front!

On one of my walks through the paddocks this week I noticed a large dead branch of a Casuarina Tree had come down and had dried out nicely. I though what a waste of such a lovely big branch. So I was inspired to think of something I could do to honour these lovely windbreaks that protect my home when the winds come in strongly from the West.


I was thinking about the fact that the leaves look so much like a little broom, and so that is what I decided they could become, and that I’d make up a few just to see if anyone liked them, so I crafted them. and they are now for sale in my store, I think I might make some more as time permits and as branches become available.


Every witch needs a besom, a good besom, and these are just great!

Handcrafted & Wild-crafted broom crafted of 100% organic materials.

Here is a really useful ritual tool, this sweet little besom will enhance altar space, or may also be used simply as a decoration.

Besom is the old-world term for a broom which is used for more than just sweeping.

Here is a link to the store if you are interested, just type besom into the search box and what is available will come up.