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    Make Your Own Beeswax Wrap with Robyn

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    iSurely we all have a collection of beeswax wraps by now! Reducing our single-use plastics, keeping food sealed with antibacterial beeswax...great!

    But our wraps are meant to have a finite lifespan - about 12-18 months - and when they've run their purpose you can even compost them.

    So how many of us are actually using really old, first generation beeswax wraps? If it's time for some freshies then come and join Robyn and make your own! Once you know how, you can extend the life of old wraps with a rewax, and have the knowledge to make fresh ones as frequently as you need.

    What will we cover?

    We will learn how to:

    • Make your own reusable beeswax wrap using organic beeswax and cotton fabric.
    • Learn about the different methods to make these wraps
    • The dos and donts for use and how to look after them


    • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
    • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
    • Quiet Spaces
    • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
    • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request 

    Robyn Bunting

    Who will be teaching?

    Robyn Bunting is the owner of ‘Harold and Maude‘ on level 2 of the Nicholas Building. She will start you on the path to creating heirlooms that combine reuse and repurpose with a history of community and skill. Completion of project, colour use and big picture coaching are all on offer – so come along and learn the basics.

    Photo by Dinh Pham on Unsplash.

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