The Free Dictionary says of Mabon:
According to Welsh legend, Mabon was a magical youth renowned for his hunting skills. His mother held him captive in a cave, but the warrior Culhwch, with the aid of several animals of the forest, came to the boy's rescue. For many present-day believers, Culhwch's search for Mabon symbolizes everyone's search for the inner child.
Typical Wiccan and Neo-pagan celebrations of Mabon, which take place throughout the world, are circle ceremonies that recognize various harvest themes.
This would be fine for a little travel altar. Or, if you are searching for your inner child this autumn, you can use these in your dollhouse or Halloween miniature display.
You can also win a couple of handmade beads.
These are two stoneware and glass pendants. They look quite nice with macrame or with chunky glass beads.
To be entered to win one of them (the cauldron set or the two beads) just leave a comment telling me which you would like to win -- the cauldron set or the beads.
If you would like to be entered to win both of them, let me know that too, and I will enter your name for both.
I will pick a winner from the comments for each prize using a random number generator. The winner will be chosen and announced next Tuesday, September 25th.
And of course, don't forget to stop by my shops! Links to them are at the right. Happy Mabon!