Beeswax Lettuce Challenge
I made some new wraps last week using the fat quarters from Joann Fabrics and love the extra large size for wrapping bread or lettuce. I’d also like to mention that you can buy fabric or recycled cotton sheets from a second hand store instead of buying new. We have a surplus of places to get it so why not recycle when you can.
I realized when I unwrapped the lettuce that the produce stays fresher longer. When I use a plastic bag within days its wilted and brown. So I love making the beeswax wraps knowing that I’m leaving a smaller footprint on the planet & prolonging the shelf life of our food. The reduction of plastic products is obtainable with the help of everyone. Living a Zero Waste lifestyle can be easy & fun! Get some friends together and spend some quality time making wraps and creating memories. Teaching others is a great way to spread the word and educate people about the viable options available to reduce the use of plastic.
We now offer Beeswax Wrap Kits with simple to follow directions and videos to help you along the way if you get “stuck”. Pine resin can be VERY sticky! Our wraps are made with organic jojoba oil, beeswax or Candelilla wax (vegan friendly option) and the Pinon Pine resin from Jenny Joy’s Soap. We use sustainable methods for gathering the pine resin and use only high quality ingredients in each product we offer.
You can find the link to purchase the Pre Mixed Beeswax Wrap Kits Here:
If you don’t have time to make them yourself, head over to our shop where you can purchase them already made.
Have questions? Don’t hesitate to email us. If you purchase a kit we’d love to hear from you and see your finished beeswax wraps! You can share them on your Amazon Review, Instagram or Facebook. Be sure to tag us in the Post! Once a month we hold a drawing for a FREE BEESWAX WRAP KIT!