Category: save the bees

Tees for Bees

Hey guys, I recently got chosen to be an ambassador for the company Tees for Bees! 

Tees for Bees creates buzz about saving the bees with some funky tee shirts. They aim to bring the cause to the mainstream and to raise awareness among groups that would not usually be knowledgeable about bees and pollinators. 

They donate at least 10% of their products to Bee City to support the work they’re doing to save the bees and all their products are ethically made. They also participate in community outreach projects and educating young children. 

You can use my code STEPHANIE to get free shipping on any purchase or just follow them on Instagram (@tsforbees) to keep up with the work they’re doing. 

Some of the bee pics that are not making the c…

Yes, some of these are really great, but that just means that the ones in the calendar are going to be even better. 

Aren’t these so great? I love them! More pics to come as I filter through them! I’m doing an elimination process 🙂

Heyy Guys!!

I’m super excited to show you guys what I’ve been working on recently! The newest addition to my Ety page will be bee themed sticky notes!! 

I want your advice! What do you guys think about this:

Should the picture be more or less vibrant? Also, I can change the writing at the top of the sticky note and I’m wondering what you guys would like it to say. 

I’m probably going to be selling the sticky notes in sets, so this is just a sneak peek of one of them 😉

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I’m filtering through bee pictures I’ve taken in the past month to put together a bee calendar for you guys for 2019, but I’m having such a hard time BECAUSE I LOVE ALL THE PICTURES!!

stormy skies don’t stop the bees 🌸

stormy skies don’t stop the bees 🌸

Have you seem the bees???

Have you seem the bees???

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ATTENTION ALL BEE LOVERS

Look at this mug 🙂

A new Washington DC record. 

A new Washington DC record. 

Triepeolus cressonii, captured in the Kenilworth aquatic Gardens along the Anacostia River.  

A very urban landscape, but one that still retains quite a bit of original nature thanks to the work of the National Park Service maintains the property as well as adjacent areas along this quiet backwater. The specimen was collected by and photographed by Chelcey Nordstrom.

Check out our Flickr site for more details and at that location you can download the originals. Everything is public domain.

Shipped a bunch of orders today! The bee pins …

Shipped a bunch of orders today! The bee pins are completely sold out! (again!) Should I restock them?

Love the positivity guys!!

Love the positivity guys!!