Beeswax Wraps DIY

Wed, 27 Oct


The Create Place, Bethnal Green

Beeswax Wraps DIY

Did you know it's almost impossible to recycle cling film and the chemicals used to make it can potentially leach into your food? Try a safe and reusable version to help the planet, your health and reduce your waste!

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Time & Location

27 Oct 2021, 18:30 – 20:00 BST

The Create Place, Bethnal Green, 29 Old Ford Rd, London E2 9PJ, UK

About The Event

Learn how to make food wrap with the naturally anti-bacterial beeswax, a safe, simple and easy alternative to plastic. During this relaxed and informal workshop, you will learn how to make, look after and refresh your beeswax wraps. You will also learn how to create handy sandwiches pouches perfect for lunch boxes and on the go. Fabric will be available, however you can bring any 100% thin cotton that you want to upcycle (100% cotton Men shirts or bed sheets work great) . You will leave with 3 wraps of different sizes and our detailed instructions on how to make them at home.

A perfect evening to learn a new skill, share tips on low waste living and meet like-minded people. All tools, materials and refreshments are provided. If you have any, you can bring your old beeswax wraps if you wish to refresh them.

Please note that for the workshop to proceed, we require a minimum of 5 participants, so please tell your friends to join so we can go ahead!

Rethink Reduce Reuse Together

Note: We try our best to price our workshops as fairly as possible and offer good value for money. We also need to ensure that we cover our costs and the ongoing viability of the workshop. All bookings are non-refundable unless we are responsible for the cancellation of the workshop, so please double-check your calendar! Contact us for our full cancellation policy.

We will follow the latest covid guidance to keep all of us safe.

About Us:

Sunny Jar Eco Hub is a not-for-profit social enterprise, founded by Maud and Linda who want to make low waste living easy and accessible for all. We are on a mission to get Londoners rethinking their waste, reusing what they've got and up-cycling! A sustainable textiles artist, Maud has been living low waste for a number of years and is a keen up cycler, creating beautiful weaves, jewellery and bags from waste materials. Linda is a health and wellbeing professional who wants to share her passion of sustainable living with others. A healthy person can only exist with a healthy environment!





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