Your journey towards a zero waste life begins here. Scroll down to see the online workshops you can enjoy this season.
Whether you opt for minimalist living or getting back to traditional, perhaps forgotten, activities, there’s something here to help you on your way. That includes diy workshops that focus on making instead of buying. The results are guaranteed to be a source of pride and satisfaction.
Journey to Zero Waste Living
Adopting a zero waste lifestyle is a process, and you can choose what your goal is and how to reach it. Take part in workshops, shop for products, attend events. Every step is a step in the right direction. If you don't know where to begin, I recommend starting with a trash audit - ask me for details. It's fun, easy and enlightening to do!
Use and Care of Beeswax Food Wraps
To use, simply shape your cloth around the food item you wish to cover, and with the warmth of your hands you can soften the wax and seal the wrap. It's perfect for cheese, fruit, snacks, plate covers. To clean your waxed wraps and bags, simply pass under warm running water or gently wipe with a warm damp soapy cloth. Hang or lay flat to dry, then reuse, over and over.
zero waste for the holidays
Are you wondering if the holidays would be as bright and cheery if you chose to decorate and wrap and enjoy with waste awareness in mind? Let me assure you that you can still have all the glitz, shine, colour and glitter with a zero waste version. Join this FREE workshop to learn how to create, wrap and decorate with a zero waste mindset. The focus is going to be on my favourite motto "something from nothing". When you register I'll send you a link to the virtual event as well as a supply list made up of a few simple items you already have around your home. Or, for a small fee, you can pick up a supply kit from me and get ready to craft with the bag of goodies I've put together for you. Registration is required. Registration opens soon.
diy beeswax food wraps: the giving edition
Stay home, get creative and make changes that will help the earth. We'll come together virtually Saturday December 12 at 11:00am to learn how to make, use and care for beeswax food wraps. Your kit will include everything you need to make TWO set of wraps - one for you to enjoy and one for you to give as a gift. The supplies you'll need to have are: an iron (which you can borrow from us for a small fee), a heatproof surface (like an old folded towel or sheet on a table or counter), and a computer or phone for our zoom event. This is a paid workshop, the link for which will be supplied upon registration. You can choose free local (Kitchener) pickup for your kit or opt for low-cost local delivery. If you choose shipping, we cannot guarantee Canada Post delivery times. Registration opens soon.
Vermicomposting: Preserve the Environment
Online workshops for 2021 will be announced here.
Indoor composting with worms! It's an earth-friendly indoor activity that's perfect for any time of the year. It's a fabulous learning activity too, so get the whole family involved in this workshop. We'll discuss the hows and whys of using worms to create awesome compost and we will work together to create your very own worm bin! Kits containing all the necessary supplies will be delivered or available for pickup one day or so before the workshop. Delivery fee applies or you can arrange free pickup in Kitchener. Contact me for details or click the "book now" button to register.
Susan did a DYI beeswax wrap class for my friends and I. She’s absolutely wonderful and the class was so much fun! So excited to have these wraps and to make some more!!
I attended a DIY Beeswax Wraps Workshop with All Things Preserved. It was so much fun learning how to make the wraps, and I am using them so often in my kitchen already! I will definitely be buying beeswax wraps again. Thank you Susan!
Susan has some of the most unique and needed products in today’s world. Think you can’t make a difference? Just by purchasing any of her awesome repurposed products, like her cute Reusable Produce Bags or Beeswax Wraps, you can actually start to make a difference – and support a great hand-made business. I totally recommend.