24 Gifts for Bee Lovers That Are Worth Buzzing About

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You'd better bee-lieve we're buzzing with excitement over these awesome finds! These bee gifts are as sweet as honey!

If you or someone you love is a fan of all things bee, look no further than this gift guide that is positively buzzing with bee gifts. There are plenty of options here, no matter what your budget may bee!

1. Vintage Bee Mason Jars

bee mason jarsVia Wayfair.com

These glasses, designed to look like vintage canning jars, are detailed with a dainty bee design. They’re the perfect country style glasses for serving sweet tea, lemonade or other summery drinks. Sold in a set of four. You can also get the same design on stemless wine glasses. Looking for another original gift idea? Try a mushroom growing kit!

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2. Bee Zipper Pouch

bee pouchVia Etsy

Bring your love of the humble bee wherever you go with this handy little multipurpose pouch. It’s a perfect size to store makeup, cords/chargers, or other necessities while traveling. The adorable bag can be personalized with your name. Check out these unique gifts for butterfly lovers.

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3. Solar Bee Wind Chime

bee wind chimeVia Wayfair.com

Sure, any old wind chime sounds beautiful and adds artistic interest to the patio during the day. But this solar bee wind chime uses the sun’s rays to charge and illuminate at night! There’s an off switch for nights you don’t need the six bees to fly. Don’t miss the best gifts for hummingbird lovers.

4. Bee Door Knocker

bee door knockerVia Wayfair

Add a whimsical, elegant touch to your front door with this bumblebee door knocker, crafted by Michael Healy Designs. Choose from brass, oiled bronze, matte black or nickel silver. Feather your nest with adorable bird home decor items.

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5. Bee Revival Kit

bee revival giftVia Etsy.com

Save the bees! This bee saving kit attaches to your keychain for when you come across an exhausted bee. The bee revival keyring provides an ambrosia syrup to revive a tired bee so it can get back to pollinating. Full directions provided.

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6. Bee Gift Box

bee gift boxVia Etsy.com

Not sure what to gift a bee lover? How about a little bit of everything? This bee gift box includes bee-shaped soaps and candles, plus a repairing honey hair mask and pollinator kit. And of course, every good bee gift box includes honey!

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7. Crystal Bees

crystal beesVia Etsy.com

Send the healing power of bees with bee-shaped quartz crystals. Quartz is associated with clarity and energy. Crystal properties aside, these are gorgeous works of carved art with individual etchings and colorings. Stunning!

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8. Bee Face Mask

bee face mask, bee giftsVia Etsy.com

Stay healthy and show your love of bees with these beautiful cotton face masks. They’re washable, reusable and whimsical. Psst—don’t miss these bird face masks available on Etsy.

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9. Honey I’m Home Doormat

beehive doormatVia World Market

Guests will surely smile when they arrive at your door and see this charming welcome mat that features honeybees and a beehive.

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10. Honeycomb Necklace

honeycomb necklaceVia Etsy

Honeycomb can be its own work of art, and this necklace celebrates the style of the bee hive with its hexagon shapes in a honeycomb pattern with a bee charm. Next, check out gifts any bird lover will absolutely adore.

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11. Bee Kitchen Towel

bee kitchen towelVia Etsy

Accent your kitchen with 100% organic cotton tea towels. Pair one with a jar of organic honey for an extra sweet gift idea. Psst—we found the best cardinal gifts for redbird lovers.

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12. Bee Journal

bee journalVia Etsy.com

If you know a busy bee who could use a place to write down their to-do lists, pick up this bee-themed notebook. Customize the cover color and number of pages. If you love to write letters, don’t miss the best bird cards.

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13. Bee Socks

bee lover gift socksVia Etsy

If you need a fun gift to buy for someone who digs bumblebees, look no further. These whimsical socks will keep their toes nice and cozy.

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14. Bee Happy T-Shirt

bee t-shirtVia Etsy

You’ll always be in a good mood when you wear this sunny, comfy honeybee shirt, no matter what’s on your honey do list. Check out 10 owl shirts every bird fan should own.

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15. Honeybee Fairy String Lights

bumblebee fairy lightsVia Amazon

Light up the night with a 10 foot string of honeybee-shaped fairy lights. They’re battery-powered, and can be used outside (on a porch or patio, for example), or inside. If there’s someone in your office who loves bees, this would be a great cubical decoration! We found the best garden lights to light up your yard.

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16. Bumblebee Brooch

bumblebee broochVia Etsy

These dainty bumblebee brooches are made with real wood (choose between walnut or maple when you order), which means that each bee gift is unique with subtle differences in color and tone. It’s one of our favorite subtle bee gifts!

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17. 100 Plants to Feed the Bees book

100 Plants to Feed the Bees bookVia Amazon

This book highlights the best plants to attract all sorts of honeybees, bumble bees and other native bees and pollinators. Each plant is pictured in bloom with planting information (and what kinds of bees it attracts). You’ll find regional and seasonal planting guidelines to ensure garden success. Check out the top birding and gardening books we love.

18. Bee Rubber Stamp

bumblebee stampVia Etsy

Add a cute bee stamp as an accent to holiday, birthday and any other greeting cards and notes throughout the year. This tiny bee stamp is about the size of a dime and is mounted with a large chunk of glass. Order ink in a variety of colors.

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19. Honey Bee Enamel Pin

honeybee enamel pinVia Etsy

Wear your love of bees on your chest with this adorable enamel pin. Even better, a portion of the proceeds goes to The Honeybee Conservancy, which organizes a national host-a-hive program to help protect and preserve the bee population. Psst—we found more green gift ideas to help pollinators and our planet.

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20. Honeycomb Coasters

bumblebee coastersVia Etsy

Set your drink down on one of these honeycomb coasters, which are made from bamboo. They come in a set of six and at purchase, you can choose to donate $5 to HoneyLove, a bee-preservation nonprofit. A bee gift that gives back!

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21. Bee Boots

Joules Mid Molly Welly rain bootvia Zappos.com

Keep feet dry, comfy AND cute with these adorable bright yellow bee wellies. You’ll hope for more rainy days just so you have an excuse to wear them! Here’s even more must-have boots for working in the garden.

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22. Bee Earrings

bee earringsVia Etsy.com

Your ears will sparkle with this beautiful bee gift. The tiny bee stud earrings come in brass, gold or sterling silver options. So cute! Check out these pretty rose gifts for Mom.

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23. Beeswax Candles

beeswax candlesVia Amazon.com

These handmade, organic beeswax votive candles are sustainably made with beeswax from American bee farms. And they look just like tiny little bee hives! This would make a great bee gift for a housewarming party. Larger pillar candles are also available.

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24. Honeypot with Wooden Dipper

honeypotVia Amazon.com

What a charming keepsake idea for a newborn baby, baptism or first birthday! Or this could be a sweet thank you gift for anyone who loves bees. The beehive shaped ceramic honeypot is decorated with tiny bumblebees. You also get an adorable wooden dipper stick. Next, check out these cute cactus gifts for cactus lovers.

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Lori Vanover
Lori Vanover is the senior digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural and environmental communications from the University of Illinois. Lori enjoys growing vegetables and flowers for pollinators in her backyard gardens. She also is an avid bird-watcher.