Weekly Wrap Up + Honeycomb Stamps

I am a total sucker for cute stamps. I own more than I know what to do with, but one day when I need to send a ton of hand-written letters in the mail, I’ll be set. I’m always bookmarking favorites here and there and today I have a ton of new stamps to add to my list. These adorable honeybee designs are from Lush Prints in California. Using sweet imagery like tiny bees, honeycombs and honey stirrers, they’re such a cute way to make any package or letter extra special. In light of our mini bee day today, these seemed like the perfect way to wrap up the week. We’re going to be posting a DIY next month with the Lush Prints team so stay tuned for that soon! In the meantime, you can check out and shop their entire (customizable) honeybee collection right here.

I’m signing off for the weekend- I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! And thank you so much for making our first ever April Fool’s prank a huge success this week. I have to admit I already miss the cats a little bit… xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:



hello designspongers, seeing all those bees, which i really love too, i remembered i have to ask you something: i think it was here that ages ago i saw some incredible cutlery stamped with honeycombs and bees. do you remember this? can you tell me what company that was? it’s time for me to buy some decent forks and knives for my house, and i’ve been putting that off because i would like to buy those… thank you!

Patina and Company

Lovely! This bee trend just “gets” me somehow. Maybe the link to gardening, Maybe its recollection of the Napoleonic Era. Maybe the overtones of gold and honey . . . I don’t know but I love the trend!

June g.

Omigosh! Cutest stamps! I’m a former instructor for a Seattle stamp co. These are darling:)

Debra Keirce

For awhile, my kids and I were into letterboxing. It is like geocaching only you leave a stamp print in a logbook in the letterbox. Many letterboxers make their own stamps. We had fun making some of our own. It really is not as hard as you may think…and not too expensive either. You can google lots of how to’s!