A single honeybee will produce 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime!
The honey pot on this necklace contains 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey. One honeybee must visit about 30,000 flowers to produce just 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey.
The bead is thermochromic – the color will change with heat. Packaged in a clear box. The card contains Honeybee facts along with inspirational lessons from the Honeybee. Makes a wonderful gift or a special piece for a bee lover!
A portion of sales from this necklace are given to bee research.
Apple Creek is located in Woodstock, Illinois. A large gift boutique carrying unique and exclusive items, as well as a full service floral studio, there is always something beautiful to be found here. The shop covers many categories including jewelry, personal care products, specialty clothing, men’s gifts, wall and floor décor, food gift baskets and so much more! With small inventory quantities, the selection is always changing. On the floral studio side, they are an award winning wedding florist that also services all of McHenry County and beyond with their unique floral designs for all occasions.
The store has an industrial-rustic vibe that makes shopping a treasure hunt, with new items to discover at every turn. The owners pride themselves on carrying as many items as they can that are made in the USA, and that are giveback programs, such as proceeds to Veterans, food to children, and resources back to the environment. Their associates are happy to help you find something whether you are in the shop, online or on the phone. Support this small independent store and shop from anywhere with the items being shipped to the destination of your choosing. With over 4,000 exquisite offerings, you are sure to find the perfect gift. In business since 1983, Apple Creek is well established in the Woodstock community, and prides themselves on their unique gifts and exceptional customer service. When looking for that truly unique gift or floral arrangement, look no further than Apple Creek!
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