A while back I completed another detail for the cottage interior, the honey comb installed in amongst the Answer Tree roots, just under the hearth. The honey slowly drips out from the comb into an old waiting ceramic dish for Rana to sweeten her tea.
Then I carefully fitted each cell with a gate of oil paper set in place with more liquid porcelain. A few of these chambers were then pierced to reveal drops of royal larva, flecked with gold, cocooned in multi-colored layers of flower petals. This because I had read where they've just discovered a species of bee that makes these sorts of petal cases for its young. I put pollen behind some cells and egg-like beads behind others. I used glossy transparent non-tox urethane glue for the dripping honey at the top.