Available from October 19th
Make your own Beeswax Wraps.
Bees wax wraps are a reusable replacement for many plastic coverings and wraps used
every day in the kitchen and lunch box. They are easy to wipe clean and when they are
finally ready to retire they can be chopped up into the compost as they are made only from
natural ingredients. Just think how much plastic you will be saving from landfill, plus they
make fantastic gifts to help family and friends take a lighter footprint on the world too.
Learn how to make your own beeswax wraps from home with this simple step by step online lesson. All materials are supplied for this FREE online self paced workshop. Please note there is a limit of 30 people worth of supplied materials, so book now to avoid missing out.
What you will need from home
- Soup spoon (or similar)
- Saucepan of boiled water
- A second smaller saucepan to sit in the first saucepan of water to melt wax (this is best if its an old one just for crafts. It will be very hard to clean. A big vegemite jar or similar will also work.)
- An oven and large oven tray
- String for a drying line
Once you’ve booked you will receive an email with instructions, when and where to pick up your materials, and a link to the online lesson.
If you or someone you know would love to participate in the online workshop but don’t have access to a tablet or computer, Quercus has 4 iPads and 1 Samsung tablet with data available to loan as part of our Be Connected program. If you wish to borrow one contact Jo on 5728 2386 or email email@example.com.
There’s never been a better time to get online, then now! Discover how being online can add
new skills and experiences to your life. Be Connected is a free Australian Government initiative helping you to get the most out of going online. For more information or to sign u for FREE courses on everything from how to access the internet, make video calls or set up your device head to www.beconnected.esafety.gov.au