Honey, I'm a Keeper Beekeeper Ornament
A perfect gift for that honey or bee-lover in your life. This gracious honey farmer will bring joy and sweetness to your hive. Friend and saver of the bees, she's all love, careful and patient, saving our planet one bee at a time. Looks great in your kitchen, attached to a jar of local honey, and darling hanging from a tree!
20% of sales from this ornament and all of our beekeeping collection will be donated to support City Growers, an inspiring farm-education organization based in NYC. City Growers uses urban agriculture to engage young people in experiential learning that nurtures a life-long relationship to food, their health, and the natural world. Learn more about City Growers here.
- All details and stitching are hand-embroidered.
- Our ornaments come ready to hang with a string attached.
- Made from sustainably harvested, locally-sourced merino-blended wool.
- Fairly traded and made with love.
- This ornament has light skin and brown hair colors.
- H:6.25"/16cm W:1.5"/3.5cm L:3.75"/10cm
Like all of our ornaments, this comes ready to gift in a lovely cotton pouch along with a postcard highlighting our product's handmade and fair-trade story. You can also add a gift message or chose additional gift wrapping options at checkout.
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From our studio in Brooklyn, we work with artisans around the world to preserve traditional crafts and support local communities.
We are Fair-Trade Certified and have partnered with most of our artisans for over a decade.
We work with amazing women artisans in Kyrgyzstan, and are expanding our collaborations to artisans in Palestine, Morocco, Afghanistan, Madagascar as well as communities of adults with disabilities in the United States.