On the 1st Day of Yule, Modranicht, make Yule Hearts in honor of the Mothers.
On the 2nd Day of Yule, the Night of the Wild Hunt, make a craft stick model of Sleipnir, Odin’s eight-legged horse.
On the 3rd Day of Yule, the High Feast of Yule, make paper cornucopias to fill with treats and hang on your Yule tree.
On the 4th Day of Yule, sacred to Ægir, Njörðr, and Freya, make a Vanir treasure box.
On the 5th Day of Yule, sacred to community, make a community wreath.
On the 6th Day of Yule, sacred to the goddess Eir and Healing, make healing bath crystals.
On the 7th Day of Yule, Sacred to Thor, make a craft-stick Mjölnir to hang on your Yule tree.
On the 8th Day of Yule, Sacred to Skadi & Ullr, make Skaði and Ullr figurines.
On the 9th Day of Yule, Sacred to Odin, make an Odin the Wanderer craft.
On the 11th Day of Yule, sacred to the Goddesses & Valkyrie, make paper valkyrie & goddess ornaments.
On the 12th Day of Yule, Oath Night, make marzipan pigs for good luck in the new year.
*For most Heathens, the 12 days of Yule starts on the eve of the Winter Solstice. The date of the Solstice changes from year to year, but usually falls somewhere between the 20th and 22nd of December.
However, at my house we start our 12 day celebration on the 20th every year– even when it doesn’t fall on the eve of the Solstice. This is because when one is celebrating Yuletide as a 12 night event, starting on the 20th means the last night of the celebration ends up being on our modern culture’s New Year’s Eve. This holds special significance because the 12th night is Oath Night.