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Farewell plastic packaging in your kitchen
Wave goodbye to that nasty plastic wrap in your cupboards and say hello to beeswax wraps.

What are beeswax wraps? Beeswax wraps are basically a natural and more environmentally friendly alternative to plastic wrapping/ packaging, they help keep your food fresh for longer and the best part is you only need a few of them in different sizes and you simply keep using them over and over again!

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Parva Skincare shares her knowledge on making beeswax wraps from scratch during a two-hour workshop. Join her on Monday the 31st of July, 6:30 to 8:30pm at Workshop on the corner of Cleveland & Eveleigh Street, Redfern NSW 2016.

Your ticket will include all materials, tools and of course beeswax! You will receive guidance on how to choose your fabrics and how to maintain your wraps at home. All you need to bring is a bag so you can take home all your creations - you can also bring your own cotton if you wish to wax it.
To book tickets, please click here.

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This workshop is not only a great way to spend a cold night getting creative, it is also a source of inspiration to reduce your plastic usage/wastage and a skill you can keep using over and over again to make useful presents!

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Why? Because you want a plastic free kitchen
When: Monday 31st of July, 630pm to 830pm
Where: Cnr Cleveland & Eveleigh Street Redfern NSW 2016
Cost: $65
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Great article!
by Chloe Doyle (score: 3|1361) 658 days ago
will this workshop run again? it's rather short notice
by photo (score: 0|4) 657 days ago
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