Want to reduce your single use plastic waste and do your part to help the planet? Go green by making your own reusable beeswax wraps!
Once you learn the ins and outs of this DIY craft, you'll be able to transform any piece of cotton fabric into a reusable wrap, custom sized for your kitchen needs. We'll teach you how to up-cycle old dress shirts, why you need beeswax and jojoba oil, and how to make wraps either with an iron or your oven.
Get started today making your own set of beeswax wraps - once you have a set of these you'll use them for everything, from wrapping cheese to topping bowls to keeping your produce fresh!
To follow along with the video at home, you'll need the following materials. Or pick up a custom designed Works' DIY kit with everything you need!
- 3 ounces beeswax
- 1 ounce jojoba oil
- 100% cotton fabric, in whatever size wraps you want to make (this amount of beeswax is enough for 3-5 wraps)
- Parchment paper
- Scissors and/or pinking shears
- An iron and an old kitchen towel OR a baking sheet and an oven