I have another terrific sponsor to introduce to you this week–Beehive Kitchenware. Some of you may recognize this company’s beautiful handmade metal kitchen utensils and accessories. That’s how I first learned about them, too. Created by a husband-and-wife artist team, Beehive’s products have a distinctly decorative, vintage-y feel but are also supremely practical. I’ve given Beehive’s signature lead-free, pewter heart measuring spoons ($44) as an engagement or bridal shower gift several times.
But Beehive also has a growing category of baby gifts and products that are drool-worthy (pun intended). These are my favorites (and, by the way, all of these products are CPSIA-compliant and lead-free, so you don’t have to worry about their safety for baby):
Meadow Drawing Box ($44). This one could be a baby gift, or a gift for mom to store small keepsakes or jewelry. It’s lined with red felt, and the designs coordinate with other items in the shop.
Baby Spoon ($24). These hand-cast lead-free pewter spoons have such a sweet detail: the animal silhouette reliefs on front continue onto the back of the spoon so that it is easier for baby’s hands to grip them. Arrives in a gift box.
2011 is the Year of the Rabbit, so you might opt for the Rabbit Spoon Set (photographed at this year’s National Stationery Show; the price in the photo is wholesale).
I also love this ABC Picture Frame ($60). Save the new parents some time and place a wallet-sized newborn photo inside.
And, finally, one last Beehive baby gift I saw at the trade show recently: darling pewter baby cups (again, the price is wholesale). These also arrive in a gift box.
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Please note that this is a sponsored post; as always, all opinions are entirely my own.