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Honey Bee Glass Jug Pitcher Giveaway – Thrifty Style Team

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Honey Bee glass jug pitcher giveaway! 

Today is your lucky day, as our Thrifty Style Team hosts a HUGE giveaway! Not only are we sharing our honey bee glass jug pitcher giveaway, you will have a chance at 11 other fabulous and thrifty giveaways.

A few years ago we shared our Bee Themed Spring Tablescape. One of the things that folks asked most about, is the honey bee glass jug pitcher. Jenn and I each own a few of these – some were gifted to us as well. They are perfect for water, juices and special bevs. 

We each own a few bee-themed items, but we are very selective. Nothing too kitschy or colorful for us. We love the embossed bee and honeycomb pattern.

Recently, TJ Maxx/Homegoods started selling these pitchers again. They are unbelievably inexpensive and affordable.

We snagged one up to offer you for our giveaway!


Our Offering

  • One (1) brand-new Honey Bee Glass Jug Pitcher

How Do You Win?

  • Just leave us a blog comment below telling us how you would use the pitcher in your home.
  • Or maybe you are collector of bee decor. Tell us about it.
  • This giveaway is for one honey bee glass jug pitcher. Other items are not included.
  • We in turn will randomly choose a winner.
  • Comments will be collected until midnight Thursday, January 16th, 2020. We will announce the winner for the honey bee glass jug pitcher on Friday, January 17th, 2020. We would love for you to subscribe to 2 Bees in a Pod – but it is totally not necessary to be eligible to win. If you are already a subscriber THANK YOU!

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  1. Peggy Pasicznyk says:

    What an adorable pitcher! …..my husband is Ukrainian and our last name means “keeper of bees” I have noticed quite a bit of bee items . Even if I don’t win, today I am running over to tjmaxx and look for the pitcher. It will look cute on the table when the family gets together! Have you seen the cute bee from McKenzie Childs collection??

    I do enjoy reading and following your blog! Have a bee..utiful weekend!

    Take care,

  2. I love this honey bee pitcher! If I won, I think it would look gorgeous on a table with a bouquet of fresh flowers!

  3. Tracy Hudson says:

    This pitcher is absolutely darling. My husband is lovingly referred to as “Uncle B” by by our 3 nieces and 1 nephew which is short for Brian. The kids are now moving into their teens and 2 are turning 20 this month, but all of us have a little “bee” collection and this pitcher would be a wonderful memento for our next family gathering. I enjoy your blog, keep up the inspiring work!

    1. Judy Mentuck says:

      I love this Bee pitcher. I have a collection of bee items, napkins, silverware, dishes, it would look perfect with my collection. Love your blog, calendars and all of your ideas and suggestions. Love to bee the winner of this delightful pitcher!🐝🐝🐝Judy

    2. vilfreda h says:

      I would use it to serve cold drinks with lots of ice. I live in Texas so that would be very helpful in summer.

  4. Lisa Reidinger says:

    I have several Bee items in my kitchen, I have a yellow creamer and sugar set with the same bee on it, its a match.. thank you

  5. Totally adorable pitcher! I love the pattern. Perfect for spring & summer gatherings. I would serve a fresh citrus water beverage with slices of fruit. It would look super cute to add to my decor ❤️

  6. Judy Knowles says:

    I would love to win this pitcher! I’d use as a pitcher until I found another one and I would it as a vase😁

    1. I have taken a workshop in making honey wine this past year. This would make an awesome gift….jug of mead.

  7. I collect bee everything and would love the glass bee jar!!

  8. Ann Seely says:

    My house is named Hive Cottage and as you can imagine there is very much a bee theme going on here! I would love this on the breakfast table – the honeycomb pattern would be awesome with my bee plates and skep centerpiece!

  9. Audrey Stewart says:

    I love bees. I have a bee jar in the shape of the cone that was made in Darlington, SC in 1961. It has a lid and the wooden coiled spoon, you would call it? I love it! And I love this bee jar!

  10. Donna Fahrmeier says:

    I would love this, we raise bees and sell raw honey as well as beeswax candles, so would be a great addition to my home!

  11. I used to keep unsweetened tea in an antique stoneware pitcher that was my Mother’s.
    Recently the handle broke off (from old age)in several pieces. I was so sad as it seems it can’t be repaired successfully for use
    I would use this jug to keep my tea in.

  12. Sylvia Fincham says:

    The Bee jug is absolutely beautiful. I have a a few items along the theme of bees not to many, but what I love about this is its clean design. My kitchen is farmhouse and all white. It would go so nice on the breakfast table. I haven’t seen these at TJ max, so I hope you choose me. It would be the Bees Knees if you did😉😊.

  13. I have not seen this pitcher before. If I don’t win, I’m heading to TJMax to hunt it out. Its beautiful. Not sure at this point what I will do with it, maybe put it in my camper so that I can make sun tea during the summer. Thanks for giving me ideas. (I don’t have a URL, or I didn’t understand which URL to enter so I entered my daughter’s URL to her blog.)

  14. I would love to fill this with forsythia and put it on my cabinet in my new to me kitchen. So fun!

  15. What a pretty jug! I would use it for lemon water, which I love to drink during the summer months.

    Thanks so much for your generosity!

  16. Tracey A. says:

    I can’t decide whether to put water in it or use it for a vase! ADORABLE1

  17. We have bee hives and are looking forward to getting our first harvest this year. I would use the pitcher to make honey lavender lemonade for our summer picnics on the pavilion. Thank you for offering this beautiful pitcher.

  18. I host a weekly small group in my home — this would be the new lemonade pitcher! Thanks for the chance to win.

  19. The pitcher is adorable. I am also a collector of bee 🐝 items so this would be a perfect addition.

  20. Patti Mihalic says:

    I luvvvv that pitcher. It is so cute! I would use it for refreshing lemonade and ice tea during the spring and summer.

  21. Fletcher Rudlaff says:

    This darling jug would be an adorable and useful addition to my bee kitchen! Perfect for tea and lemon water.

  22. Debra White says:

    I would use it for lemon water in the fridge. It’s so cute!

  23. KATHY CARNEY says:

    I would love to own a Honey Bee Glass Jar!! It reminds me of summer and brings a great big smile and lightness to me. My brother and sister-in-law own a ranch in Oregon. My sister-in-law owns bees and sometimes sends me honey. She leaves jars of honey up on the road and people just stop by and leave money and take a jar. I don’t get to see them to to the great distance and cost. This adorable jar would remind me of them and bring me great joy!!!

  24. So cute! I would use it for lemon water in the fridge.

  25. Amy Templeton says:

    I just love this honey bee pitcher! I would use it to make sun tea out on our deck; it’s our family’s favorite over the spring and summer months!

  26. Becky Swaim says:

    Happy New Year! I so enjoy your blog and look forward to seeing your projects. I am always inspired by your creativity and your style. The honey bee glass jug is adorable. I have just recently purchased a glass demijohn bottle and I am in love with it. I can see a collection in mu future! Thank you both for sharing your love for making your home a beautiful, comfy and warm.

  27. I love this adorable bee pitcher! I is unique and I love, love, love unique pieces. I would style this in my kitchen on my open shelves along with three old clear mason jars. I have some greenery pieces on the shelf also and it would look great right there. Thank you for offering this!

  28. Helen Ward says:

    What a beautiful pitcher. I am interested in bees because they are vital for our food production. I would display the pitcher on my dining room table. But it would look great anywhere. In the summer it would look great on the porch full of lemonade.

  29. christie kennedy Barnett says:

    This would be given as a gift to my cousin George and his wife Debbie.
    He is a beekeeper. He has 14 hives. Their yellow lab is called “Honey”.
    Only fitting that should I be chosen, this be gifted to them.

  30. Sally Smith says:

    Oh it is sooo cute!!! It would look so good in my kitchen , just as it is!! Thank you !!!

  31. SHANEN STEWART says:

    I would love to give this to a young lady that I know. She is 14 and has been a vegan now for 2 years because she loves animals so much. She has planned flowers in their yard just for the bees. Thank you!

  32. Thank you for sharing this adorable bee themed jug. A rope beehive is on my crafting “to do” list for our screened porch and the jug would be perfect to go along with the subtle bee theme I have planned.

  33. This is so cute! I think I would use it as a simple vase.

  34. This pitcher is so adorable! It reminds me of something my Grandmother had long ago. Sweet iced tea would look so good in this cute pitcher! That is my plan for it! 🙂
    Thanks for the free giveaway!

  35. Brooke D. says:

    Love the pitcher! I’m thinking it would look super cute on my patio table with a few daisies sticking out of it!

  36. CHRISTY DIAZ says:

    I love this little jar… what a set treasure! I would use it on my kitchen table in the Summer with my yellow “sunshine” decor…it would be a great focal piece. So glad I found your website/social media pages, I’m sure I’m going to love following you ladies!

  37. I love the bee theme pitcher! It would be a great addition to my Bee collection. Thank you for the chance to win.

  38. i love the glass jug i collect honey jars so far i have about 22or so.i love your emails @all your projects. thanks so much

  39. So cute!!! I would use as a deco item on my table in the living room with sticks and flowers in it from the yard

  40. I would LOVE to win the honey bee pitcher! I am currently planning a 90th birthday party (with a bee theme) for my sweet dad who has been an apiarist for the majority of his life. This pitcher would add the perfect touch for table décor.

  41. I have a friend who absolutely loves Bees. I would fill it with lemonade and gift it to her. She just had a baby and hasn’t been out of the house yet with her. This would SO brighten her day.

  42. Sandra Smith says:

    If I win the honey bee glass pitcher, I will surprise my daughter by gifting it to her. Her name is Debi, which means “bee”. I recently made her a lazy susan depicting a French bee, and the pitcher will go well with it. She is very busy with her business and her 2 daughters just as bees are making their honey. Her desire is to make family, friends, and her customers very happy with all that she does.
    Thank you for this opportunity, I really appreciate it!

  43. Love your blog! AND anything bees😌! As avid gardeners we’ve noticed a decline in the new population here in PA. BRING THE BEES BACK!!! And I’m a sucker for beautiful glass! Keep on keeping on girls!✌🏻️

  44. Sally Christiansen says:

    I would set this beautiful Bee Pitcher on my dining room table and add other spring inspired items for a lovely spring display.

  45. I’m super excited about this giveaway because this piece is definitely one of my favorites! Thanks so much for the chance to win. I love how neutral it is and that it can be used in any season. It’s totally fabulous. Sending you both hugs, CoCo

  46. I would use this in my kitchen on the window ledge. The etching on the jug looks as if when sunlight reflects on it prism colors would show. If not, it is still a fabulous piece. Thanks for a chance!

  47. Sherry Harwood says:

    I will use it to serve dandelion tea & honey. My father has Multiple Myeloma and we buy locally sourced honey to mix with his dandelion tea as part of his natural healing process.

  48. Thank you for the chance to win the lovely pitcher!

  49. We raise bees so this would be so fun !!!thanks..love your blog

    1. Congratulations Mary!

      You are the giveaway winner of the Glass Beehive Jug Pitcher from 2 Bees in a Pod! We hope that you are as excited as we are!. Please send us your full name and mailing address so that we can ship your prize ASAP.

      Thank you so much for following 2 Bees and our home decor ideas. We look forward to hearing from you!

      All the best,
      Vicki and Jenn

  50. Kassandra says:

    My daughter just had her first baby, the nursery is done in a bee theme. We love bees!

  51. Bee-lieve it or not I would use this for Halloween. I’m a huge fan of Halloween so this would hold yellow water with a label that says bee sermon. Other times I would use as a vase.

  52. I would use this as a flower vase on my mantle. It is beautiful!

  53. Megan sitorius says:

    I collect bee items and my in laws raise bees and honey! I would store real honey from there bees in it. such a beautiful piece! thank you for the chance.

  54. I love bees! Have a small yellow collection to go with mine, plus bee beverage glasses! Would love to win! Thank you for the giveaway!

  55. I love these. Like you, I am not fond of the brightly styled bee items, but do like the “quietly” styled bee items. My hubby passed away this last year, but we have two of the handled mugs with the honeycomb design which he loved to drink his iced tea. This would go perfectly with those. Thank you for the opportunity, and for all the inspiration you post.

  56. Sheila Allen says:

    OMGeeee!! I love this jug! I do collect bee stuff! I have a wall and repurposed dresser in my craft room dedicated to different bee things I have bought or made, absolutely love it!! What a wonderful gift to give away!! So glad I found your site and I signed up in a heart bee-at! 🙂

  57. I love this. I would use it for fresh squeezed orange juice from our orange tree.

  58. My sister collects honey pots. This would be a great gift for her!

  59. I have the bee glasses from Ballard Designs and this would be perfect with them! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  60. actually i would gift this to my daughter “Bee”. i can see it on her wooden shelves above her stove with other bee decor (a hive honey pot and a bee planter with herbs). Thank you for the offer!

  61. I love your non-kitschy, soothing-to-my-senses style! This delightful bee pitcher is ideal for serving homemade honey mead and kumquat-cello and would “bee” lovely on our table. Pick me, pick me! 🐝

  62. I would SO love to win the bee pitcher. I am a collector of both honeybee items and unusual pitchers. This would be such a great addition to my “stash.” Thank you for considering me.

  63. Cheryl Loffredo says:

    The bee-themed tablescape is really lovely, and reminds me that Spring is around the corner. I’d use the bee jug to store lemonade during our family celebrations. Too cute!

  64. Patricia Solla says:

    I would use it to serve drinks when friends stop by.

  65. Wonderful! I have a collection of small bee and honey wall quilts, will put this on the table underneath the collage of quilts.

  66. I love this Honey Bee pitcher! I collect bee items and this matches perfectly with a canister I have. In the past it has been hard to find bee items. This is great!

  67. Teresa Angel says:

    Wow! A beautiful Honey Bee Pitcher like this will be easy to use! First I would keep it at house and fill it with water and lemon slices. Then I would take it to church functions and fill it with water and lemon slices for those who want to quench there thirst at our fellowship dinners. Last but not lease I could take it to work with me to keep me inspired to drink my water for the day as well as beautify my work invironment. I Love it So much…I would use it All the time .

  68. I love this bee jar. Would probably put tea or lemonade in it. Or put flowers in it. So many uses!

  69. Betty Tuominen says:

    Such a fun gift! It will look so cute on my brunch buffet table. Keep up the fun.

  70. I have a thing for bees since I became a Grandma Bee. I would definitely use this to serve water. Enjoy looking at your blog!

  71. Love the bee pitcher. The way you styled it looks great. I am going to try it with braided hyacinth round place mat and some tall flowers or leaves

  72. Florencia Cox says:

    To drink my lemon water each morning. What a smile to use the Honey Bee Jar.

  73. Kathy Gunthorpe Ashdown says:

    I love the Honey Bee Pitcher. I love to keep lemon cucumber water in the fridge and this would be perfect to store it!

  74. Teresa Carrano says:

    This pitcher is beautiful! My sister has bee hives and makes her own candles, honey soaps and beeswax products. I would give it to her because she’s all about her bees and the environment!
    She will also be setting up a few hives in my yard this spring. I can’t wait! I love to garden and they will be very beneficial.

  75. Karenann S. says:

    What an adorable jug! I love serving with themed decor and this bee jug would go great with my bee hive collection! I’d love to proudly display it on my counter and use it for family gatherings! Thank you for such a lovely giveaway opportunity!

  76. It would make a great lemonade pitcher with a little honey as a sweetener.

  77. Susan Diane Hickman says:

    I have a bee friend and we live in different states. One way we keep in touch with each other is by sending bee things to each other. It’s been fun to see each others finds over the years and watch our collections grow. It all started with a very funny day where my friend tried to bale out of a moving car, because of a bee passenger! The bee is the reason I was drawn to you site! I love bee items and always have my eyes 👀 on the look out for them. Would love to win the jug! Thanks

  78. Julie Knauss says:

    I have a friend that would love the pitcher. She bought a new home last year and it would make a lovely, if late, house warming present!


    I think I would use it to make limoncello, or maybe a nice kumquat liquor.

  80. Nathalie Berube says:

    I would use it as decor in my kitchen.

  81. LOVE anything Bee !!
    I would use this stunning BEE jug for fresh ice tea !!! #BEEKIND

  82. I love this! It’s a beautiful reminder of the importance of bees as part of our ecostructure. I would probably use it for juice, as well as a vase for fresh flowers. Thank you!

  83. I’ve never seen these but love, love them! Think I would use it for water with fruit and or cucumber in it. Thanks!

  84. Love the Honeybee jug!! I would use it as decor on my dining room table. The possibilities are endless decorating around it. I love the summer and it reminds me of picnics, the beach, splashing in the waves and sitting down to a great lunch with lemonade in the beautiful jug! Thank you for the chance, Linda Dreher

  85. I love this! I’m trying to drink more water in 2020 so I would fill it up just for me! Thanks for the chance to win>

  86. That beautiful jug would be such a nice addition to my spring/summer table. We are big water drinkers so that’s exactly how I would use it. You two have such great blog!

  87. Sandra Dovales says:

    I love glass jugs! I.would use it for my home made lemonade. I recently started to make agùa de piñà (pineapple water) its actually pineapple juice lol. I would love to see it sitting on the table filled with one of my two favorite drinks.

  88. Laura Carder says:

    I would have this on display in a spring/summer vignette! I already have a beehive honey pot that it would go perfectly with.

  89. Love it! I love all unusual things in glass and this sure fits the bill!

  90. Laura Hilton says:

    I would love to win the Honey Bee Pitcher and fill it with iced tea. It is too adorable! Thank you for this opportunity. Good luck everyone!

  91. I love Bees and all they do for us! I have a bee broach and plant plants/flowers for the little critters! I would display my bee pithcer proudly on my dining room table for all to see and start a conversation about Bees!

  92. Lillianna Murphy says:

    Ooooh. I’ve never seen this before; I don’t really know how I would use it yet but I sure would find something to do with that would require it to be on display.
    Thanks for doing this.

  93. Mary Brown says:

    I love everything bees. I am using pictures, candle holders, kitchen towels, table runner and placemats with bees in my kitchen for spring. It’d so bright and cheerful the jug would be a great addition to this collection.

  94. This is a very pretty pitcher! I would use it for Easter and possible put lemonade in it! I would love to win it!

  95. This honey bee glass jug pitcher would look fantastic on a picnic table with lemonade or sweet tea in it. Thanks for your participation. Robin C., Ashtabula, OH

  96. Adorable bee jug! Thanks for the giveaway!

  97. Nia Donovan says:

    I have a bee-themed bathroom and would use it as a vase in there.

  98. I love the bee pitcher! My dad, and granddad, were both bee keepers, so bee “stuff” appeals to me! I have a few bee items, one being a lovely pottery dresser tray with bees and honeycomb. I’m also a quilter and love the little hexies!

  99. Oh how lovely is this pitcher. We make a lot of lemonade in the summer and also fill a jug with water to keep in the refrigerator to stay cold. I would use it for those purposes.
    Being that it is bee related my children would get super excited over it.

  100. I’d probably fill this with iced tea. As soon as the weather warms up here I have to keep a large pitcher on hand to keep up with demand. This would be a really pretty way to do it.

  101. This piece is one of those I could\would use all year! It is such a subtle piece to add to a table or mantle.
    Love it!

  102. Margaret Kenty says:

    That pitcher is so cute. It reminds me of a growler, so I would put beer in it!

  103. Rachel W. Robbins says:

    This bee pitcher is just darling! Seeing it gives me hope that Spring just might be right around the corner! I’ll have to make a trip to Home Goods to see if I can find it in the store.

  104. OMGosh I love this bee bottle! I decorate for every holiday and season. My living room in the summer has always been bee, bee items and sunflowers.This would be perfect in there! If I do not win, I will try TJMaxx. Good Luck ladies!

  105. Beautiful bee jug. I would use it for lemonade sometimes and also put flowers my grandkids pick me which usually is dandelions or onion flowers out of my yard when they visit. Those flowers would look beautiful in the bee jug.

  106. Annetta Francis says:

    This is such a lovely pitcher. I would use it for lemon-ade, or put flowers in it.

  107. Natalie Z says:

    Such a cute pitcher! My aunt recently started bee keeping, if i won i’d give it to her to use for lemonade on a hot day

  108. My mom always kept a pitcher of vinegar in the kitchen for quick clean-ups: wiping down the counter, or the kitchen table, things like that. The container I have now for holding vinegar is tall and slender and always on the verge of being knocked over. I think this would be a much better choice–far more stable and much more charming.

  109. What a cute jug. I would actually gift this to a friend who raises bees.

  110. I work at an amazing small company, and spend more waking hours there than at home, so (sparingly) decorate my office space with items that reflect my style and have meaning. This beautiful jug would be placed on the bookshelf just in front of my desk in my direct line of sight. Bees are the symbol of industry. What a simply beautiful reminder of the group of incredibly smart and talented people I’m lucky enough to be part of!

  111. I love jugs and pitchers. I believe you could say I collect them. This one would make a wonderful lemon aid container. Or iced tea with what the bees make honey.

  112. ColleenB.-Tx. says:

    What an Awesome Bee jug pitcher.
    This I would gift to my grand daughter, as she is really into collecting Anything & everything that has bees on it.
    Thank You for this giveaway opportunity
    Have a great day.

  113. Cathy Maupin says:

    I have never seen one like this, but I think as a vase, with colored water and flowers of choice

  114. Robin Adams says:

    What a beautiful pitcher! I can just see it full of delicious honey! I would give this pitcher to my pastor, as he raises honey bees and gives honey to all of us in the church.

  115. Jane Clelland says:

    I would probably not use it. I collect (hoard?) pitchers and I would add that to my pitcher shelf in the kitchen. Love everything about it!

  116. Heather Mccann says:

    The pitcher is so sweet! I have two small glass covered jars with the same bee and honeycomb pattern. I would definitely display these pieces together on my family table on a rattan handles tray with some lemons and maybe silk daises,

  117. Michelle Goolsby says:

    I love it! I would use it in my bee room. Or at least that’s what I call it because it’s bright yellow walls with black windows. I would display it on my handcrafted wood table just like it is. It’s simply beautiful!

  118. Cathy Payne says:

    Being a collector of all things bees it would be a wonderful addition to my collection !!!! Maybe thread? Lemon water ? The possibilities are endless!!! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  119. Martha Bie says:

    I’ve been married to Mr. B for 35 years. So in that time I’ve collected a few bees. Love the jug pitcher. This would make a beautiful addition to my collection.

  120. Cheryl Foley says:

    I would use this beauty as a display piece, mainly….and serve from it for parties and gatherings. I too am a lover of bees. 🖤 What would we do without them? 🐝💛

  121. I have a thing for pitchers, and this is no exception!!:-) I would use it in my new sunroom to display flowers, or use in on my new pergola and make lemonade. Absolutely love this! Great giveaway-thank you!!

  122. Barbara Jo Spaul says:

    My husband kept bees, but lost them all last winter…..now we just have a few of my bee items to remember them by! We sure do miss the honey they produced. I would love to have the Bee Glass Jug, and would use it to hold apple juice for my great grandbabies. Thanks for the opportunity to win this cute jug

  123. My kitchen is painted yellow and I have lots of sunflowers & lemons for decor; if I had this Bee Jug it would look great on my table or countertop. Fingers crossed – thanks for the opportunity!

  124. Love this! Yes I do collect bee ‘things’… honey pots, plates, glassware and even an old smoker for bee keeping. Would love to add this to my everyday use of bee themed glassware for the summer.

  125. Lemonade!

  126. Melinda M Fulk says:

    I had on idea I needed this until seeing it on your blog! I’d keep my tea in it, or maybe some infused water, just so I could have fun pulling the jug out of the fridge on a regular basis.

  127. Patricia Brosseau says:

    I just love this bee pitcher!! I have a country home and it would fit perfectly with my decor! I would use it as a pitcher for swerving liquids and as a spring flower vase! I would love to win it!

  128. Amy Cooley says:

    This is a beautiful bottle that I would like to use as decor in my kitchen during the spring/summer. Thanks for the giveaway!

  129. Gail Holcomb says:

    I have other Bee decor that we use during the summer for picnics. This is a cute jug for some nice cold lemonade or ice tea!

  130. Lisa Babs says:

    What a cute pitcher. I’d use it to store my iced tea (sweetened with honey of course).

  131. Carol Smith says:

    Thanks for this give away. This is a wonderful pitcher for any type of cool “ade” drink in the summer time. Would love to win it. Enjoy your blog very much.

  132. Jeanne Quintana says:

    I love this pitcher, but I have a friend who loves Bee’s anything bee’s, so I would gift this to her
    if I were to win it. I would use it for my Iced honey tea mix that I make.

  133. Melissa Storms says:

    I do collect bee items and this is a cute little jug. Melissa is of Greek origin and means honeybee sooooo…

  134. Evan Timmons says:

    The design of the bee jug is so beautiful! I just loved it. I can’t wait to use this jug. Thanks for the awesome post!

  135. This is soooo cute! I have bee themed plates and this jug would go perfectly with them. I really hope I win!!

  136. I just love this jug pitcher ! It makes me think of spring ! and a table full of fresh vegetables and some honey tea and sandwiches it’s what gets me though these NH winters.

  137. Ellen Casper says:

    I’d use it on my kitchen table with sunflower in it.

  138. Cassandra A says:

    What a cute pitcher! Reminds of lazy summer days! We are on a green tea with honey kick so we’d be using this for our pitcher full! ♥️

  139. Christine Young says:

    Love the pitcher. I would use it through out most of the year when entertaining. Would probably combine with a theme. Depending on the “audience”, it might go something like this (quickly off the top of my head –
    “Bee” the Good
    “Bee” the Change
    Don’t Stop “Bee”lieving

  140. Susan Warth says:

    Oh my gosh the possibilities are endless!! Either water with lemons in it, sweet tea or some honey mead! My favorite saying with bees is “BEE Happy!” This saying always makes me smile – hoping I win but I know whoever does, will love this pitcher; how can you not? It’s gorgeous!!

  141. Our niece’s name, who was born on our wedding anniversary, means “Bee”. This would be a sweet surprose to give her on her next birthday.

  142. Laura Davis says:

    So cute with flowers on the table

  143. Katherine A Hawkes says:

    I am a collector of all things bees and am currently making a journal filled with information and beautiful pictures about them. One day, I would love to have working beehives! I adore this pitcher. I love to make sun tea infused with spearmint or peppermint from my garden (and sweetened with honey, of course). What a perfect pitcher to use for my sweet tea!! Thank you for offering up this precious give-away!! Be especially blessed for your generosity!! Good luck to all!

  144. Samantha J says:

    I’d actually gift this to my mom if I won. This would be such a perfect gift for her! She loves fun bottles like this and has recently started to collect them.

  145. I’d use it as decoration on my dining room side table. Maybe even lemonade in the summer.

  146. Michelle H. says:

    I would probably use this for tea or lemonade.

  147. I’m already picturing the pitcher on my screened in porch this summer filled with ice tea sweetened with a little honey!

  148. I would use it as kitchen decor. So cute!

  149. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    I it adorable . We will use it for family gathering.

  150. I would store honey or simple syrup.

  151. This is such a beautiful jar! I am coming from I should be mopping the floor. I would just display it with the other bee jars I have, lol! Love your giveaway and thank you for a chance to win. Love your blog!!

  152. Oh how beautiful! It would look wonderful in our kitchen. I would love to serve fresh lemonade to our guest, but it would also look beautiful with fresh spring flowers to grace our table.

  153. Angela Sturmar says:

    It’s such a lovely pitcher- I would definitely use it to serve cold drinks to guests and place it in the centre of the table!

  154. Sandy Klocinski says:

    I would fill it with filtered water to keep in the fridge

  155. This would be a fabulous addition to my bee decor collection. It’s gorgeous.

  156. Katie Borkowski says:

    This is just too cute!
    I think it would look great in a summer tablescape!

  157. Kathy Beemer says:

    Ok….strange as this might sound….if I actually won this I would give it to my niece who is CrAzY about bees! Although with my last name being BEEmer, I really should keep it for myself!!!

  158. That jug pitcher is absolutely gorgeous!!! What a find..

  159. My step-MIL wants to start beekeeping in their backyard and I’d love to have this to gift to her to celebrate her new hobby!

  160. Leslie P. says:

    I would use this for lemonade or sweet tea.

  161. Love this jug! My daugther’s name starts with B so we often call her bee. 🙂 I have a few bee items that I decorate with in the summer and this jug would go nicely. Thank you!

  162. I would use it on my console table with fresh flowers 🌸. It is gorgeous. Thank you 😊

  163. Sharon Duke says:

    How cute! I love cute things, and thank you for the chance to win.

  164. Cindy Wilson says:

    Love love love this pitcher

  165. Mary Laura says:

    I’m a beekeeper, so of course I am a sucker for bee things. This is so pretty.

  166. I love this Honey jug. It reminds me of my Pa. He always had bees and the fresh honey was amazing! Such a sweet memory!

  167. How precious! I’m already planning a honey still life!

  168. Patty Stoddard says:

    Beautiful piece…. I would place where the sun filters into my kitchen every morning to enhance the sunlight and the joy of another glorious day. Thank You!

  169. I love a bee motif! In fact, I wrote a blog post about that not long ago. The jug is lovely and I would add it to my collection of pitchers that sit on top of a cupboard. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win. I found you through redheadcandecorate:)

  170. I would use it either as a beverage pitcher, or to put a few sprigs of flowers

  171. Rebecca Musser says:

    That pitcher is adorable! I have started a bottle collection, so this would be added to it should I win. Just signed up for your emails!

  172. I think it would look lovely filled with fresh lemonade, but since good friends of mine have bee hives and produce fresh honey which they gift me every year at Christmas, I would probably give it to them, maybe filled with some homemade wine.

  173. Cheryl Deuel says:

    I love this little bee jug. It would make a great addition to my bee collection. My grandparents and great grandparents ran an apiary here in Wyoming for 60 years. They shipped honey to all 50 states and Puerto Rico. I remember the trucks coming to collect all the 50 gallon drums to ship. I just recently found your blog and have thoroughly enjoyed it. Keep up the great work and I look forward to more fun posts.

  174. As an Army wife I host a lot of gatherings. This would become a staple in my entertainment serving pieces. When not entertaining, it would be a beautiful addition to my above the kitchen cabinets decor. I’m picturing twinkle lights inside…:)

  175. I love this and I want to put sweet tea in this! I’m thinking my guests would enjoy a big old glass of the tea from this gorgeous jar!!

  176. Laurie Emerson says:

    I am so in love with this pitcher. My whole kitchen is bee themed. I would use this pitcher for my orange juice. We have it every morning with pancakes topped with honey. It would look so perfect on my bee themed tablecloth.

  177. Leigh Nichols says:

    This is adorable! I am obsessed with bees and pretty bee designs. This would incorporate perfectly into my kitchen.

  178. Leah Shumack says:

    A friend of mine has recently taken up tending to bees on her land and I think that she would love this so much!

  179. Shea Balentine says:

    This is so pretty! I’d definitely use it for lemonade or sweet tea for entertaining!

  180. susan smoaks says:

    I would make some tea to put in this pitcher if I was the lucky winner. It is so cute. I would use it when I have friends over.

  181. Faith Bernard says:

    We just started beekeeping in 2019 with 2 small hives that quickly grew and swarmed so now have 5 hives, still all active on warm days this winter. Anything bee related is appreciated for our new passion

  182. Donna Gonzalez says:

    I have a friend that is a beekeeper and it would be a perfect gift for her.

  183. This would BEE perfect for lemonade in the summer or anytime!

  184. That is about the coolest jug I have ever seen. I could see us doing several things with it. Maybe a cool way to store our change. Or I would love it on the kitchen table. I bet it looks cool when the sun hits it just right. Just lots of cool ideas. Thank you

  185. Michaela R. says:

    This Jugs are really just too cute. As much as a part of me would love to use them, another part of me just wouldn’t want to. I would maybe then fill it with something that makes it stand out a bit.

  186. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I love the jug! I would serve lemonade or iced tea in it. Thanks for having the contest!

  187. Christie Roberts says:

    I love, love, love bee decor! And I’ve never seen this pitcher!! I would use it to store lemon-water in the fridge. Nice cold flavored water.

  188. I would use it for lemon tea on the dining room table! It’s Adorable! =) My 16 year old daughter just saw it and said “OH! I Love that!”

  189. Stephanie Liske says:

    I would use this pitcher for lemonade for my babies!!

  190. I would give it to my mom to display in her greenhouse window. She has a collection of cute items that she likes to display and always gets a lot of compliments on it. She has another pitcher with bees so it’ll fit in.

  191. I would use it definitely for tea and lemonade. VERY PRETTY!!!!!

  192. Would love to win. I would use it for lemon aide, with lemon peel included,

  193. Janey Cook says:

    The husband of the young couple who house sat our home for the two years we were away is a beekeeper. This would be a lovely gift as an extra thank-you for him.

  194. Robin Atkinson says:

    I would use this in my kitchen for water for my Keurig.

  195. I probably missed the giveaway but what a beautiful jug!

  196. I would use it for ice water at dinner! So CUTE! Thank you!

  197. Love this pitcher/jug. I would use it to serve sweet tea! I have a few bee decor items and would use this all for a pretty tablescape.

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