Beeswax wrap is an alternative to plastic cling wrap and covers. Also known as food wraps, it can be used to wrap food, bowls, and more! It is washable, reusable, and won’t tear. You will be in for a hands-on experience on how to make your own beeswax wrap in this interactive 45 min beeswax wrap workshop!
All materials will be provided!
Do let us know in the comments on which weekends you are available and we will schedule it with you accordingly!
21 Bukit Batok Crescent, #06-78 WCEGA Tower, Singapore 658065
What You Will Get To Do
- Experience a hands-on making process and have fun while at it.
- Bring home 2-3 beeswax wraps which will last you for about 6 months.
- Learn about the issue of plastic disposables in Singapore, how the ingredient of beeswax can be used simply to make your own wrap, and aftercare tips.
We promise that you will have a fulfilling time participating in our beeswax wrap workshop! 🙂
Xinye Pak –
Had a wonderful experience at the bees wrap workshop! Jo, being our instructor was very nice and patient to bring us thru the process and was there to guide us every step of the way.
Gain definitely a lot of knowledge, from how beeswax wraps were made to how we can maintain them!
Yaojie and I had a great weekend afternoon learning something together
Will and Joanne –
The Beeswax Wrap Workshop was super fun and very informative! It was not very complex to make the beeswax wrap, but Jo really helped to explain in detail all the interesting facts about beeswax, why it helps with sustainability, and also answered all our questions. Also enjoyed the personal attention given, since it was only 2 pax per workshop. Will definitely recommend it if you’re looking for something chill and eye-opening to do…and what’s more, you can bring something home at the end of the day!
If you are looking to kickstart your sustainable lifestyle, or would like to find out more about sustainability, then this workshop is definitely for you. I had an enjoyable time attending this workshop conducted by Cecilia during the Earth day week. The making process is easy to follow and I got to learn more about Beeswax in general. They will also teach you on how to maintain the quality of the Beeswax wrap so that it’ll last longer. Using Beeswax wrap is a small effort in making your kitchen practices more sustainable while sprucing it up at the same time. Apart from that, I really appreciate how they share The Sustainability Project’s aim as I get to understand more of their initiatives in driving zero waste here in Singapore.
The facilitator prepared well for the session. I think as a participant I have definitely enjoyed the activities and wouldn’t mind participating in other workshops by The Sustainability Project!