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Honey Dippers

Last night I was at the local boutique where I sell a few of my woodworks. The store owner sells a lot of things by local artists and craftspeople. She also sells honey for a local beekeeper. A customer said, "do you have any honey dippers for this honey?" She did not, so I said, "I'll make some! Come back tomorrow and get one."

So this morning I made a few and a beehive shaped cup to display them. It's the first time I made honey dippers, and the first one is iffy, but by the fifth one, I had a rhythm for them.

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They look really good! I've been wanting to try those and just haven't taken the time. Good Job
thanks for sharing.

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Those are nice Dano,
I like the beehive idea too. The only thing I might offer is to maybe make the handles a bit thinner. If you use one you usually stir it into whatever your trying to dissolve the honey into. Might be easier to stir and less spillage with a thinner handle. Just my .02
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Thanks for the tip, Mike. I thought the same as I was making them, and they did get thinner as I went along. I think the heads should be a bit smaller, too.
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