DIY Beeswax Wraps

Course summary

Beeswax wraps can be used to cover food, and keep it fresh as a sustainable option to plastic wrap. Make a few in class for your household and learn how with proper use and care they can last. Made from 100% cotton fabric, food grade beeswax and a couple of extra ingredients you will leave with the confidence to make your own at home. They make wonderful gifts!

This course is now fully booked. Email to go on the waitlist.

What you will learn

  • how to make a beeswax wrap
  • how to use them & care for them (and dispose of them when they wear out)

What you will get

  • your own Beeswax wraps 2-3
  • instructions to make more
  • pastry brush & a couple of tools of the trade to take home

What to bring

  • an apron
  • a paper bag

About the tutor

Clare is a keen crafter and upcycler, also loves to creatively “make do” in the kitchen too. Her secret super power is cooking a meal (or two) when there’s “nothing” in the fridge. Making beeswax wraps is a way to avoid food waste, brighten up your kitchen and avoid single use plastics.

Course cost

COST: $65.00

Class availability: 0 PLACES REMAINING

Course dates

Sunday 13 February
10.00am – 12.00pm (1 session)

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