Beso natural lip butters are coming soon <3
These are made with local materials sourced from Miami, Florida, made 100% from scratch, by hand. There is still a lot of work to be done before they end up being listed in the shop, but I had too much fun with these photos that I had to share!
The colors are based on different tropical fruits that are popularly grown and eaten here in South Florida.
Colors from left to right: Original, papaya, guava, mango, passionfruit, coconut.
See these in action!

Beso natural lip butters are coming soon <3

These are made with local materials sourced from Miami, Florida, made 100% from scratch, by hand. There is still a lot of work to be done before they end up being listed in the shop, but I had too much fun with these photos that I had to share!

The colors are based on different tropical fruits that are popularly grown and eaten here in South Florida.

Colors from left to right: Original, papaya, guava, mango, passionfruit, coconut.

See these in action!

setting up to photograph some herbs. it’s a gorgeous Sunday afternoon. we harvest these from Bee Heaven Farm on a regular basis to make our products.
clockwise: aloe vera, ginger, basil, rosemary, mint, curry leaf

setting up to photograph some herbs. it’s a gorgeous Sunday afternoon. we harvest these from Bee Heaven Farm on a regular basis to make our products.

clockwise: aloe vera, ginger, basil, rosemary, mint, curry leaf

I’ve been a busy bee, handcranking coconut oil and collecting beeswax for Kae Q’s BESO COLOR BALMS. These are made with local materials sourced from Miami, Florida, made 100% from scratch, by hand. There is still a lot of work to be done before they end up being listed in the shop, but I had too much fun with these photos that I had to share!

The colors are based on different tropical fruits that are popularly grown and eaten here in South Florida.

from seed to finish! this is a slubby cotton yarn that started in the dirt and went straight into my hands to be spun. I thank local raspberries and mulberries for the lovely lavender hue. I’ll be knitting up some cute things with this so keep a lookout as always. ❤

curious about my cotton plants? check out the story.

I always end up with scraps after working the farmer&#8217;s market, so I think I&#8217;m going to turn these tiny radishes into earrings by preserving them in resin. the two big twisty ones would make great pendants, don&#8217;t you think?

I always end up with scraps after working the farmer’s market, so I think I’m going to turn these tiny radishes into earrings by preserving them in resin. the two big twisty ones would make great pendants, don’t you think?

I made a loom today.because I can.

I made a loom today.
because I can.

Fifi&#8217;s been playing with some business card ideas. Any comments?

Fifi’s been playing with some business card ideas. Any comments?

I&#8217;m kicking off Kae Q&#8217;s official opening with Ready-to-Sow Seed Packs! I only have French lavender for now, but I&#8217;ll be adding more yummy herbs as they come. My best friend, Ilyssa, and I have linked up and are going to make some delicious creams and salves. It&#8217;s going to be great.
I collected these seeds from an organic garden in California. It has a wonderful sweet scent, serrated grey-green leaves, and gorgeous pineapple-shaped flowers.
This comes as a ready-to-sow seed packs inside a small zip bag. I do this with small seeds to make it easier to plant them. Let us do the work so you don&#8217;t have to!+ Simply wet the paper inside the bag, zip it up, and wait for the seeds to sprout, checking them every day. + It is recommended that you put the seeds in the refrigerator for a day to break the dormancy cycle. + For extra anti-bacterial power, use diluted chamomile tea instead of water. + Once germinated, simply rip off a piece of the paper (with the sprout attached) and plant it in a pot. Lavender loves a dry climate and sandy soil. Make sure your soil drains well, as this lavender does not like a wet foot. Water only when dry. Does best in USDA zones 8-11.
Contains 10 seeds. Made to order.
Not interested in seeds? Ask me about stem cuttings!

I’m kicking off Kae Q’s official opening with Ready-to-Sow Seed Packs! I only have French lavender for now, but I’ll be adding more yummy herbs as they come. My best friend, Ilyssa, and I have linked up and are going to make some delicious creams and salves. It’s going to be great.

I collected these seeds from an organic garden in California. It has a wonderful sweet scent, serrated grey-green leaves, and gorgeous pineapple-shaped flowers.

This comes as a ready-to-sow seed packs inside a small zip bag. I do this with small seeds to make it easier to plant them. Let us do the work so you don’t have to!

+ Simply wet the paper inside the bag, zip it up, and wait for the seeds to sprout, checking them every day. 
+ It is recommended that you put the seeds in the refrigerator for a day to break the dormancy cycle. 

+ For extra anti-bacterial power, use diluted chamomile tea instead of water. 
+ Once germinated, simply rip off a piece of the paper (with the sprout attached) and plant it in a pot. 

Lavender loves a dry climate and sandy soil. Make sure your soil drains well, as this lavender does not like a wet foot. Water only when dry. Does best in USDA zones 8-11.

Contains 10 seeds. Made to order.

Not interested in seeds? Ask me about stem cuttings!

For most people, the word &#8220;spinning&#8221; conjures up images of sports bras, sweatbands, and stationary bicycles. In my world, spinning is a way that I can create a raw source of material for my future work.

For most people, the word “spinning” conjures up images of sports bras, sweatbands, and stationary bicycles. In my world, spinning is a way that I can create a raw source of material for my future work.

(Source: blog.kaeqshop.com)

What my night looks like&#8230;

What my night looks like…