Wildflower Honey packaging expresses its maker's passion for painting. You are probably accustomed to seeing this sweet bee-made product bottled within jars or squeezable plastic containers, but have you ever seen it packed in this way?
Landscape artist Cori Creed harvested the sticky saccharine spreadable from her garden to make a limited edition batch for her family and friends. St. Bernadine designed what initially appear to be paint tubes to function as effective vessels for the honey. With these, one is invited to apply the scrumptious paste to his toast like pigment to a palette or a canvas. Wildflower Honey packaging is complete with honeycomb illustrations, honeybee images and pictures of the particular flowers that the helpful insects pollenated.
Wildflower Honey Packaging Has Been Wrapped for Painters' Appreciation
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