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6" Honey Dipper


Honey without the drips — Honey is sweet. Drips? Not so much. Made of birch wood, this grooved wood honey stick  helps you  drizzle honey on your tea, toast, or cheese, without dripping. Honey’s not your cup of tea? These honey dipper sticks are great with any sticky food, like syrup or molasses. Making a charcuterie tray or cheese or fruit board? Throw in some mini wooden honey dippers for that perfect finishing touch.

 

Bee creative –  with these whimsical honey stirrers! Add them to play trays,  loose parts play, and  tiered tray décor—paint them, stick on faux honey, or have gnomes hold them. You can even saw off the handle to make the cutest  bumblebee you’ll ever see (and it won’t sting;)

 

Sweeten your Party – with these adorable wooden honey dippers. Doing an apple or bee themed setup? These dippers will fit right into the decor. They also make great party favors for a wedding or baby shower. (Sweet, ain't it?)

Length
6"
Width
1-7/32"
Material
Birch

6" Honey Dipper

In Stock
SKU:
WTHD-6
Current Stock:
Specs
Length
6"
Width
1-7/32"
Material
Birch
$0.99
Description

Honey without the drips — Honey is sweet. Drips? Not so much. Made of birch wood, this grooved wood honey stick  helps you  drizzle honey on your tea, toast, or cheese, without dripping. Honey’s not your cup of tea? These honey dipper sticks are great with any sticky food, like syrup or molasses. Making a charcuterie tray or cheese or fruit board? Throw in some mini wooden honey dippers for that perfect finishing touch.

 

Bee creative –  with these whimsical honey stirrers! Add them to play trays,  loose parts play, and  tiered tray décor—paint them, stick on faux honey, or have gnomes hold them. You can even saw off the handle to make the cutest  bumblebee you’ll ever see (and it won’t sting;)

 

Sweeten your Party – with these adorable wooden honey dippers. Doing an apple or bee themed setup? These dippers will fit right into the decor. They also make great party favors for a wedding or baby shower. (Sweet, ain't it?)

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