Thursday, June 28, 2018

DIY Plastic-Free Sandwich Wrap




This eco-friendly sandwich wrap is reusable and made with 100% cotton cloth and all natural beeswax.
The beeswax makes it waterproof with the texture of wax paper, and so it is easy to wipe clean and reuse, but it is pliable and can be folded around a sandwich or other food items. Good for cheese, fruits veggies, sandwiches and more.

Supplies:
Beeswax
Parchment Paper
Baking Sheet
Tongs
100% Cotton, pre-washed with so softener or soap
Pinking Shears Scissors
Paintbrush - new
Cheese Grater
Needle
Thread
String, Twine or Jute
Button

Instructions:
Preheat oven to 225 degrees.
Cut your fabric to size you prefer ( 12" x 12" suggested)
Lay parchment paper in your baking pan, then place fabric on top.
Sprinkle a layer of grated Beeswax evenly over the fabric and place in oven.
Let melt - this may take 5-12 minutes.
Remove from oven and spread melted wax evenly over the fabric with paintbrush.
Make sure the fabric is completely coated on both sides in wax.
Using tongs, grab corner of fabric and remove from pan.
Wave it around a little to cool.
Place on new sheet of parchment to cool completely.
Fold in desired envelope shape, and sew on a button and string closure to secure wrap.



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