great way to preserve memories!
DIY Razor Clam Lamp!
DIY Seaweed Prints
Last month we had the pleasure of hosting a Kinfolk Honey Harvest at the beautiful King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington, a community garden with their very own beehive. We started the morning with a breakfast of handmade granola, honey yogurt cake, fresh bread, blueberry muffins, seasonal berries and of course plenty of honey. Our wonderful beekeeper Stephen spoke us through the process of keeping bees before taking us to the hives where we got to see part of the keeping cycle first hand. Stephen shared knowledge of honey based products - We got to smell, touch and taste some of his local home, beauty and food products including furniture polish, hand crafted candles and the most incredible smelling, homemade hand cream. The last part of the workshop was a time to infuse honeys together. Our guests designed some beautiful combinations including sage, lavender and vanilla as well as ginger, chilli, mint and vanilla. We had the privilege of sharing this event with Burt’s Bees who have recently launched a Wild For Bees campaign, which promotes education of the bee lifecycle, their importance in our foodcycle, as well as how we can help them thrive. A huge thank you to all our wonderful guests for coming to share the Honey Harvest workshop with us, Burts Bee’s, Stephen our beekeeper, King Henry’s Walk Garden for providing the perfect setting and the gorgeous Rachel Hudson for her stunning photography (a taste of which is below).
a planted lantern