We’ve been making these for a a few years for our own use and for gifting. After much prodding from a friend we finally took the plunge and made a huge batch of beeswax wraps to sell.
They are the sustainable alternative to using plastic food wrap or plastic bags. We make them with organic cotton, beeswax from our own hives, pine tree resin and jojoba oil. The brilliant thing about them is that they can be used again and again, and when they finally collapse (we have some that are two years old and still going strong) they can be chopped up and composted – they also make terrific fire starters.
We use ours mainly for wrapping up after school snacks and sandwiches in lunch boxes. You just fold the wrap around the food and use the warmth of your hands to set the shape.
They are also great for covering bowls.
We’ve even made some huge ones suitable for wrapping a large loaf of bread.
When you’ve finished using one, you just rinse it with cool water (hot water would melt the beeswax) and some washing up soap, leave to dry overnight then it is ready to go again the next morning.
We will be selling these on Sunday 3rd December at Fortesmere Christmas fair
We will also have our full range of honey, gift bags, cut comb, candles and beeswax decorations.
We hope to see you there!
Where are you based? How much are your Beeswsx wraps. And if I wanted to get some, how would Zi go about it?
Looking forward to hearing.
Hi, we are based in Highgate, which is in North London. We don’t have any wraps in stock right now, but they will be in our website shop as soon as they are available. Best wishes!