Sponsor Spotlight: Bee Things


I just spent quite sometime staring at Bee Things gallery section on their website. Their use of color is gorgeous! Above are two of my favorites from their shop, and below are my favorites from their gallery section. My only complaint is that I would like to see some actual bee prints, but that is only because I have a very very soft spot for bees.


I was happy to see that Bee Things sells holiday cards because I've got my eye on this one, and did you see their snack sacks? That is such an awesome idea, it makes me want to pack my lunch even though I work from home. 

..Bee Things..

..Bee Things Shop..

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  1. Krisha

    These are beautiful.
    Tanks for sharing also I really enjoy your blog and hope you don’t mind me adding it to the blogroll on my tiny little start of a blog.

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