Welcome to Kitchen Witch Corner's Imbolc correspondences page.
This is just a page of notes about Imbolc and various things that correspond to it to help you plan your Imbolc decorating and celebration. Feel free to add your own two cents to this page by using the comments feature below.

Other Names for Imbolc and Similar Festivals
Also called Imbolc, Imbolg, Oimealg, The Feast of St. Brigid, Brigid's Day, Bride's Feast, Ground Hog Day, Imbolgc Brigantia, Imbolic, Disting, Lubercus, Candlemas, Candlelaria, the Snowdrop Festival, The Festival of Lights, the Feast of the Virgin, February Eve

Colors

White, silver, yellow, red

Objects

Corn Dollies, Brigid's Cross aka Brigid's Wheel, Bride's Bed, The broom, candles, fire, priapic wand, Brigid's mantle, Rowan cross, Mini broom, plows, wells,

Animals

sheep (ewes and lambs), burrowing/hibernating animals, animals in winter color, bears, eagles, owls, ravens, stags, groundhogs, robins

Plants

All spring flowers, especially white ones and fruit tree blossoms.

Fragrances

Foods

vanilla, baked custard, rice pudding, cheese, Lemon ricotta pancakes, braided bread, Cheesy potato and broccoli soup, Candle cakes

Astrological

Deities

Brigid

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