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A Sweet Find in Seguin, Texas

Recently, I strolled around the downtown square of Seguin, Texas on a mission to scout out photo ops for new designs.  Small town America never fails to deliver through its buildings’ and sidewalks’ surface patinas, vintage/antique tiles, and interesting architectural details that tend to be the “usual” subject matter of my designs.  And then …..there it was!  The unusual found object. A dried-up honeycomb at my feet on the sidewalk.  I tossed it around with my foot a few times and then put my camera to work.  Here is a design that I’ve created so far from this one photo with some hand coloring added. This is a design that I’ll be able to create in endless shades of color to satisfy any custom fabric, pillow, or scarf order. 

See all of my Honeycomb Collection designed products.

View the marketing video about the Honeycomb Collection design.

Some tidbits about honeycombs and bees:

Honeycomb Designs by Alice Lowe

Photo Credit:  @designsbyalicelowe

A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal prismatic wax cells built by honey bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen

Honey bees consume about 8.4 lb (3.8 kg) of honey to secrete 1 lb (454 g) of wax

The Queen Bee lives 3-4 years, laying 600-800 eggs each day

One pound of honey = 2 million flowers, 55,000 miles, 300 bees

Honeybees fly at 15mph

Honey is the only food with all substances to sustain life

Honeybees communicate by dance & smell


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