I am extremely tactile, I am a touchy feely person with busy hands so I decided to share how I “enchant” items.
Enchantment in my book means to take an object and make it magical, whether it be a charm, a ward, an agent of the spell itself.
Kissing things – your lips are far more sensitive than your fingers, they are also very close to your nose so you can incorporate smell into this, too. Take the item, and bring it too your lips gently, place a plush firm kiss whilst focusing on planting your intention into the item.
Stroking or brushing – I have heard people try knot magic by braiding their hair, my hair is too short for this, but you could start by brushing your hair. Really smoothing it out, deeply brushing hair or even fur is a great way to transfer magic from your mind to the hands to the object, brushing is very therupeutic and could almost be a trance inducing activity. When I had hair I could sit on, it was a wonderful sensory experience to hand brush it after a wash.
You could also feel the surface of your item by smoothing it with you hands, really get to know the texture, let the magic explore the grain of the wood, the crevices in the stone or the cool touch of the metal.
Crumbling something – You could do this with breadcrumbs for kitchen magic or a bath bomb for bath magic (I wouldn’t crumble a bath bomb imo but I have heard some people prefer to do that.) Guide your intent to your hands and let it over whelm the object in your palms.
Stepping on something – This could be very destructive and great for curses.
Walking around it – Walking around an object features a lot in folk lore, perhaps you could use it to slowly build up intent and magical energy within you?
Throwing or juggling – Juggling is a great skill to learn and I can well and truly say kinetic energy is magical very powerful, throwing and catching something in the air until your satisfied is a fantastic way of enchantment, the weight as you catch it in your hand and watching it fly in the air is just fantastic.
Rubbing it to give it body heat – This is very physical, you can feel the warmth you’ve transferred to this object and its very responsive as well.