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During the summer months substitutions may be needed for chocolate

Hummingbird and Holly

Tea and Scones

$125.00
  • Tea and Scones
  • Tea and Scones
  • Tea and Scones

Hummingbird and Holly

Tea and Scones

$125.00

  • Double-Walled Tea Infuser
  • Scented Candle by Sincerely Sarah Jane
  • Alpine Honey by Flying Bird Botanicals
  • Fruit Preserves by Jocelyn & Co.
  • Organic Grenn Tea by Tocha
  • Scone Mix by Kari Lee's Specialties
  • Set of 2 Kitchen Towels

This gift is delivered in our signature gift box tied with ribbon and includes a handwritten note.

Wake up to some sunshine with this custom tea gift! This artisan gift box includes some of our favorite hand-made items from the Pacific Northwest, artfully combined to help them easily impress. Give this custom celebratory gift box for a new home or a gift for someone special.  
  • Glass and Wood Tea Infuser - Double-walled glass keeps beverages hot or cold
  • Alpine Honey - 8 ounces of 100% raw & pure honey harvested in the Pacific Northwest
  • Scented Candle by Sincerely Sara Jane - 4 ounce, soy wax candle. Burns for 4 hours
  • Fruit Preserves by Jocelyn & Co - Blueberry preserves and orange marmalade
  • Scone Mix by Kari Lee's Specialties - All natural ingredients.  Just add butter, eggs, and milk
  • Tocha Tea - 15 biodegradable sachets of organic whole leaf green tea
  • Set of 2 Kitchen Towels

This artisan gift box is delivered in our signature gift box tied with ribbon and includes a handwritten note. It makes a beautiful personalized home closing gift, new client welcome gift, or holiday gift. Inquire about our unique artisan gift options here.

 

    “Kindness in giving creates love.”

    LAO TZU, 6TH CENTURY CHINESE PHILOSOPHER