Beewax wraps

Lately I am posting quick recipes but those are so simple that I just want to write and quick add them to this journal.

I’m not even post them with great pictures,just shoot while I make the recipe and post in on the blog ASAP. That makes me feel productive, I can check more goals of my to-do list and the blog still update.

You know “better done than perfect”, right?

I also realize that posting frequently and sharing on Pinterest and Instagram it’s the best way to improve on those apps ( I just raised the 10k views/month on Pinterest and that’s a good begining)

Long history short, this one was a super easy #diy, less than an hour and it’s done!

You’ll just need leftovers of fabric and beeswax beads.

Choose the dimensions of your wraps,cut the fabric (if you sew the edges much better)

Put them on the baking tray and distribute the wax beads all over the surface of the fabric (more or less one pearl per cm2)

5 or 8 minutes on the oven ( 50°c) or just watch for the wax to melt.

Why you need those beeswax wraps?

In order to avoid the plastic in the kitchen, you’ll be protecting your leftovers of meals and our planet with less plastic. A sandwich on the go? Just take your stylish wrap and you’ll have #zerowaste to throw.

And using ecological beeswax you are protecting the bees too, so that’s a big win for all of us.

Hope you enjoyed 🐝

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