Borrowed Flowers VII: Patterned Beeswax Image Posted on July 9, 2019 by Katy Gilmore Share this:LinkedInFacebook Related
What a lovely idea. I’ve never heard of these, and they’re so cute. Do you wash them? I think patterned escapism is also a doable action and a good one. xoxo
You can wash then – but not in hot water! They make a surprisingly good seal. I read that the trick is to keep them on the counter and not lost in the paper/plastic drawer.
One more comment. I was remembering how my mother always used waxed paper and waxed paper bags when I was growing up. Our snacks were always doled out (in small Crump-bits) in a small waxed paper bag.
Well we still use wax paper and wax paper bags? What does that say about us?
What a good idea! When I have to dispose of a plastic bag (most get used and re-used) I tie it into knots so at least it doesn’t blow around. I’m trying to avoid plastics as much as possible but it’s not easy.
It’s not! Do you remember paper dry cleaner bags? Of course the chemicals were worse then. Our grocery store recycled plastic bags which seems a miracle. I do love these wraps seems great to use that big one I drew on half a watermelon!