Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps  - Online April 18
  • Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps  - Online April 18
  • Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps  - Online April 18
  • Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps  - Online April 18
  • Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps  - Online April 18

Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps - Online April 18

30.00 - 60.00
Just in time for Earth Day! Save money and reduce plastic waste by making your own reusable food wraps with fabric and melted beeswax. Join instructor Cara Corey (via Zoom from Minnesota) for this eco-friendly craft workshop.
Register by April 10th in order to receive your kit in time for class.

Sunday, April 18th, 2pm Pacific time - This is a one-hour interactive online workshop
Class & Kit: $50
Kit includes all the materials needed to make 4 beeswax food wraps, shipped directly to your home. 
This class is part of the Terra Nova Education Foundation Choose Your Adventure Fundraiser.
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Class only option: $30, does not include materials. Gather your own materials from the PDF that will be sent to you.

These handy wraps replace plastic wrap and baggies and can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes for sandwiches, bowl covers, and more. You can also add button closures to your wraps, if you like.

This 1-hour online class includes a kit with enough materials for 4 wraps that will be mailed to you a few days before the class.

Kit includes: 

• A curated selection of 4 colorful modern fabrics

• Beeswax and jojoba oil mixture

• Parchment sheets

• Full instructions

• Needle, thread & buttons for optional button closures

You will need to have an iron (basic, nothing fancy) and a piece of foil to protect it from wax.

*Sign up at least 1 week before the class to receive your kit in time.

About your instructor: 

Cara Corey is a knit and crochet designer and instructor, specializing in oversized knitting and home goods. Cara's family has recently relocated from the Bay Area to Minneapolis, Minnesota. You can find Cara's hand knit accessories at stores in San Francisco and Marin County. Find her online at caracoreydesigns.com or on Instagram: instagram.com/caracoreydesigns/