Looking for a bee themed gift for someone in your life? You’re in the right place!
There are abounding options when it comes to bee themed gifts, but I’ve narrowed down to my hand selected eight favorites for you here!
They range from DIY projects to things you can purchase, and in dollar amounts from less than $10 up to closer to $40 – so there’s variety that gives everyone something in their range and expertise!
As you may know, I am a bee-keeper myself, and so while I have an added personal love of bee-related items, I also think they can be fun and cheerful for any friend or family member you’re celebrating!
We’ve been keeping bees for about 10 years, and have harvested and sold our honey in that time.
I shared a post a while back called Beekeeping for Beginners. If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at it, this is a great starting point!
In addition to bee-related gifts, you can make and find the cutest bee themed decor, especially for summer when those pops of yellow fit right in! I love that things like bee hives and bee skeps bring in a lot of the rustic farmhouse character and charm that I love so much!
I have a few bee related decor posts you can find here:
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And now, the list you’ve been waiting for!
My top 8 bee themed gifts!
Number One | French Honeycomb Coasters
This one is a DIY that can be done really inexpensively!
You can find the tutorial created By Dreams Factory shared here at The Graphics Fairy, where she teaches you how to cut out the octagon/honeycomb shapes, print & cut out the picture aattach it to the tile and add a sealer to keep it protected while in use.
Easy, cute, practical and inexpensive – a great combination.
Number Two |Honeycomb Sheet Sets
These honeycomb sheets I found on amazon would be such a fun gift for anyone who loves hosting.
How cute would these be in a guest room or for summer beds?
They come in all the standard bed sizes (twin, full, queen, king, cali king), and all for between $25 – 43 per set depending on the size you need.
You could also keep these in mind for any sewing friends – I’ve heard of people being able to use the yardage from things like sheets and curtains to turn them into other sewing projects, (bee apron, anyone?) and often for less than by-the-yard material from the bolt at sewing stores! Maria Von Trapp would be so proud!
Number Three | Bee Earrings
These bee earrings that I found on Etsy are the perfect combination of being statement pieces and having some nice movement (it’s all in the dangle) without being too fussy or showy!
If you know a jewelry lover, Etsy has all sorts of other bee options as well. So. Many. Cute. Options. (It was hard to pick just one!)
Number Four | DIY Honeycomb Shortbread Cookies
These honeycomb shaped shortbread cookies shared by my friend Julie Blanner are actually lemon flavored – but what makes them extra special and festive are the honeycomb and bee cookie stamps she used to decorate them!
If you really want to go down a rabbit trail (or bee-trail, if that’s a thing), check Pinterest for honey flavored treats! There are many different types of cookies, and muffins, and cakes – no shortage of inspiration if you love to bake gifts!
Number Five | Burt’s Bee Baby Wipes
These baby wipes from Burt’s Bees are a favorite gift of mine for baby showers!
They’re unscented, chlorine free and great for sensitive skin!
I love packaging them together with other cute yellow baby items!
A fun little detail can be including one of the wooden honey dipper sticks that can be used as a (supervised) chewtoy for the baby!
Number Six |Burt’s Bee Baby Clothing
Speaking of Burt’s Bees – they also have THE SOFTEST baby clothing items.
They’re organic cotton and somehow make holding a sweet baby even more enjoyable. A great gift for an expecting or new Mama friend.
Burt’s bees also has really soft and absorbent hooded towels that are great for babies and young children as well.
Number Seven | Bee Curtain Tie back/Holder
Next we have these really elegant curtain hold backs from Anthropologie.
They’re on the pricier side, at $38 per holder – but for the right person or for the right place, they could be so cute! Maybe for a doorway that just needs the curtains pulled off to one side? Dreamy!
Number Eight | Wild Honey Soap
One of my absolute favorite smells in the entire world is the smell of the inside of a bee hive – if you’ve never smelled it, and you ever get an opportunity, take it!
I found this wild honey soap that smells almost exactly like that, and you know I had to save the best for last.
This soap also includes bee propolis which has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties.
When you add those details in with the fact that it smells amazing, you’ve got a winning combination! It also has a precious vintage look wrapper – so it can be used as a cute decoration even before the soap is used!
Do you have any other bee reccommendations?
Well that is the end of my list of 8 favorites – and trust me it was hard to narrow it down to only 8!
Now I’m curious to hear what you have either seen, or previously gifted to someone else, or if there are things you were on the receiving end that you loved that were bee themed!
Share in the comments below!
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Until next time,