Plush bees that Save Bees

Washington, D.C. On Etsy since 2017

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Plush bees that Save Bees

Washington, D.C. | 41 Sales

Announcement    Thanks to you, Imagine Plush has sold out of bees! Stay tuned to learn what's next for us and when we'll have more bees in stock.


Last updated on Jan 16, 2019

Thanks to you, Imagine Plush has sold out of bees! Stay tuned to learn what's next for us and when we'll have more bees in stock.


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    Noor, Founder, Imagine Plush LLC

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    About ImaginePlushBees

    Sales 41
    On Etsy since 2017

    Buy a Bee, Save a Bee!

    My name is Noor, and I'm an 8th grader in Washington, D.C. I designed the Imagine Plush Bee because I wanted to help bees. I've been gardening since I was a toddler, and I have always been fascinated by bees. Did you know that one in every three bites of food we eat depend on pollination? And that bees are the most efficient pollinators?

    It took me almost a year and a half to finish the Imagine Plush Bee. I've made a lot of decisions in that time. But my most important decision was partnering with the Pollinator Partnership, the largest non-profit group dedicated to protecting and preserving all pollinators. I am thrilled to donate to the Pollinator Partnership with every sale.

    Thanks to overwhelming support, we've sold out of our first run of 500 bees! But you can learn more about me and how my bee came to bee on my website,, as well as learn which local stores might still one of the now elusive Imagine Plush bees! Or you can follow my journey on Instagram, at

    I hope you'll join me in the fight for our future!

    Shop members

    • Noor

      Owner, Designer

      Noor, a Washington D.C. middle school student, started Imagine Plush to help bees. Imagine Plush is her second business. Noor also runs Balloon Zoom, a balloon and decor business, with her older sisters.

    Production partners

    • Hope Honey Farms

      Hyattsville, Md.

      Local beekeeper and owner, Maggie, of Hope Honey Farms, is the only Certified Naturally Grown beekeeper in the Washington, D.C. beltway. She's partnered with Imagine Plush to provide precious jars of her raw, local honey, and lip balm made with beeswax from bees on her farm.

    • A Small-batch Plush Toy Manufacturer

      Goldsboro, NC

      I designed this bee and then worked with this North Carolina company to produce a prototype that brought my drawing to life. When the prototype was perfect, this company manufactured and imported the finished plush on my behalf.

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    More information

    Last updated on Jan 9, 2018
    Frequently asked questions
    Is the Imagine Plush Bee safe for young children?

    Yes! The Imagine Plush Bee has been safety tested to ensure it meets all U.S. safety standards for toys for children ages birth+

    How will my bee be packaged?

    Each Imagine Plush bee will come beautifully wrapped in cheerful yellow tissue paper sealed with a cute bee sticker. I also tuck a gorgeously-illustrated "Bee A Friend To Pollinators" booklet inside each box!

    Where can I learn more about bees?

    Visit my website, at, to learn more about me, how my bee came to 'bee', and why everyone should care about the fate of the more than 4,000 species of bees living in North America. (Honeybees are only a tiny fraction of the bees we see in our backyards and ball parks!)