Gather one quart of raw honey and three to six used vanilla beans from your home brewed vanilla. These beans will be smooshy and full of extract - they're perfect. You may also use fresh vanilla beans - start with two*.
Let this concoction sit for at least a month and if you decide it needs more vanilla flavor/smell, just add a judicious amount of your homemade vanilla and mix well. You don't want to water down the honey - just give it an extra vanilla boost if you don't feel it's not strong enough. I like mine to brew no less than two months, but longer is better!
*You can also you fresh vanilla beans, I suggest starting with two since the flavor will be stronger. If you're using fresh, cut them open and scrape out the seeds, as well. "Fresh" is actually a misnomer as vanilla beans undergo some processing; I just mean beans you haven't used to make extract already.
This isn't a necessary item in your baking cupboard but it sure is a decadent and happy thing to have on hand. If you're already making vanilla and using raw honey, it won't cost you anything extra to brew a few batches for yourself and friends. Besides, raw honey is our medicine of choice so we figure we save money to purchase it by not visiting the doctor.