Make your own Beeswax Food Wraps Workshop
You are invited to begin your earth-friendly journey with a family-friendly workshop to make your own beeswax food wraps.
Kick the single-use disposable habit with homemade beeswax wraps – a great alternative to plastic wrap. You can use them to cover food and keep it fresh, plus they’re reusable many, many times. They can be used for wrapping veggies, cheeses, sandwiches, baked goods and snacks.
In this one-hour workshop, Susan will guide you in the design of your fabric using rubber stamps as well as teach you how to make and care for your own beeswax wraps. Each participant will make one beeswax food wrap and one beeswax snack bag that you can take home with you that day. Additional wraps can be made (with an added fee) if time permits. Children are encouraged to take part in the activity, under close adult supervision.
Registration is required, as space is limited. The workshop fee is $25. There will be a choice of three time slots: 4 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm. Participants will have time to make their wraps, wander the shop, enjoy a snack or beverage and take a look at a complete display of All Things Preserved reusable, zero-waste products.
To reserve your spot/pay for the event please send us a message or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your preferred time slot and how many guests.