Acorns. Acorns hold the seeds that grow into oak trees, so that’s already pretty cool. If an acorn should fall on your head, pick it up and wish on it. If it’s a big wish, leave the acorn on your windowsill for three days to facilitate wish granting. For love wishes, send the acorn to the object of your desire.
Dandelions. People without allergies often find white dandelions great for wishing. Pick the dandelion and hold it in front of your face. Close your eyes and blow. If all the white stuff comes off in one breath—you get your wish!
Necklace Chains. Do you wear a necklace without a pendant on it? You get to wish every time the clasp works its way around to the hollow of your neck (or your Adam’s apple, if you’re a dude). Be sure to move the clasp back to its proper position as you make your wish.
Yawning. If you have the superhuman talent to NOT yawn after someone near you has yawned—you get to make one wish. This might be a myth, since I’ve never actually seen anyone do this.
Falling Leaves. See a leaf falling from a tree? Quick! Make a wish on it before it hits the ground. Take the leaf home with you and press it in a book. Your wish will be true for as long as you know where the leaf is.
Feathers. If you find a feather outside (not from a pillow or jacket stuffing), stick it in the ground so it stands straight up. Walk a circle around it and make your wish. If the feather remains standing upright, you get your wish.