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Say Goodbye to Plastic Wrap with these Beeswax Wraps~ Recipe Below!

Sunday Solutions! ♻️

On my journey of being more mindful of my plastic use and learning how to take small steps in using less, I've discovered beeswax wraps!

I've seen them at Farmers Markets and Craft Fairs but never used them, until I was given a few from a friend.

These are seriously game changers!

I loved them so much I decided to make some of my own.

They're fun and easy to make, all you need is beeswax and pine resin.

Supplies Needed:

Cotton Fabric

Pinking Shears

Cosmetic Grade Beeswax Pellets

Pine Resin

Parchment Paper

Cookie Sheet

Paint Brush


Cut clean, washed and ironed cotton fabric into desired shape. Line your cookie sheet with parchment paper, place fabric design facing down, sprinkle beeswax and lightly dust with pine resin around fabric. Like shown.

Place in 200 degree oven until wax has melted. "Paint" the wax around the spots that need to be coated, If your fabric isn't covered, add a few more pellets on your fabric and put back in oven until they melt.

Your kitchen will start to smell pine fresh!

Remove from oven once all wax has melted and hang to cool.

They're ready to use immediately once cooled!

Enjoy and let me know how it goes! Dm me a pic of your wraps!





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