DIY Beeswax Wrap Kits: children’s party favour kit

DIY Beeswax Wrap Kits: children’s party favour kit


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Cotton, Pine Rosin, Australian Beeswax, Australian Jojoba oil


Ditch the plastic party favors & give a kit that will inspire your little Eco warriors & not choke up the ocean of landfill.
Perfect to give as a gift to take home or a fun activity do to at your child's birthday.

Dating back to Egyptians times, Beeswax wraps are environmentally friendly, reusable, non-toxic, biodegradable, save money & landfill waste.

Packaged in a reusable cotton drawstring bag ready to hand out

- 20gm Beeswax Mixture block
A mix of Australian Beeswax, Pine Rosin* & Australian Jojoba oil, blended perfectly to give you a wrap that has the right amount of stickiness, pliability, allowing your food to breathe whilst staying fresh.

- Pre-cut Fabric* medium square 25 x 25 cm
A combination of printed fabric or rescued Hemp + Unbleached Organic Cotton

- Detailed instructions
2 easy methods to choose from to find the most convenient way for you.
This is an activity that needs Adult supervision at all times as it involves the oven or an iron.

*Not suitable for those with a pine allergy

Cover leftovers in the fridge
Cover Salads & bowls at your favourite party
Wrap cut vegetables, fruit or leafy greens– will keep cut Avocados fresh for weeks when wrapped up snug
Wrap sandwiches & lunch box goodies
Make snack sacks for all your nibbly treats

Wipe with a damp cloth or wash in cold/warm water & air dry
To refresh pop on grease proof paper on a low oven when it’s looking tired
Wrap will last 6-12 months depending on frequency of use & can be composted at the end of its life

Australia 3-15 business days - untracked under $9/tracked over $9
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5% of all sales go to Australian Marine Charities to support the amazing conservation work they do