New Egret & Stick Candles
Jeffrey has made molds from sticks. I made a mold inspired by a delicate, base relief of a bird (I believe it’s an egret) which I found in a book of Greek art. This is our first time making our own molds. The candles smell so good, like honey.
Jeffrey also made a fresh batch of mustache wax (with Shea butter and amber) in the shape of shells. We also made tiny Buddha candles from the chocolate mold our friend Della gave to us.
We’re very excited to be sharing our new candles at the Flyway Festival this weekend, Feb 9 & 10. Please come if you can, enjoy the nature preserve with others who are excited about migration season in the Bay Area
Buddhas with Mustache Wax
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Egret Candle Mold
Beeall Designs is preparing for the San Francisco Flyway Festival to be held February 8-10, 2013 on Mare Island in Vallejo CA. We’re preparing an Egret candle to offer at this gathering of nature and art enthusiasts. The Flyway Festival is an opportunity to share the joy of the migration of shorebirds, waterfowl and other wildlife through San Pablo Bay, the largest bay in the San Francisco Bay Estuary,
This event is hosted by the Mare Island Nature Preserve, located on the Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Established in 1854, it is the oldest Naval installation in the Pacific and much of the developed portions of the Island have been designated as a National Historic Landmark.
We would love to see you there. For more information visit: www.sfbayflywayfestival.com
Bay Area Bee Company and Beeall Designs attended the Capay Crush Fesitval this past weekend. It was a lovely family event with wine tasting, pizzas made in a cobb oven, and wonderful music. I Danced with children in the light of the full moon, surrounded by fig trees and pumpkin patch. We shared honey, candles and honey mead with our friends while red and golden hens hunted for unattended pizza. After camping in the trees we started the next day with camp brewed coffee and figs which had dried on the trees right where we woke up. I felt like Eve returning to the garden after a long sojourn.
I met wonderful people and hope to see them again at “Farm Fresh to You”.
Bee All You Can Bee
Farm Fresh to You will be enjoying it’s annual “Capay Crush Festival” Sept. 29, 4:00 pm. Join me and my bee keeper friends for wine tasting, grape stomping, live music, picnicking and camping. Have lots of fun while you help support sustainable agriculture, Reserve your spot: http://capaycrush2012.eventbrite.com/
Farm Fresh to You in Capay CA, 23800 State Highway 16 (Here’s a map) http://www.farmfreshtoyou.com/index.php?cmd=contactus
As people are becoming increasingly interested about where their food comes from and how it was grown, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is becoming a popular alternative for getting high quality food from a trusted local farm, Farm Fresh To You. By joining our CSA, families are connecting directly to our farm, Capay Organic, and are receiving regular deliveries of nutrient rich, mouth watering, organic produce delivered directly to their home or office. See how it works or why join Farm Fresh To You.
Bay Area Bee Company and Beeall Designs will be there. Will you?