Clean, Fresh, Reusable & Compostable

The best way to wrap your food and keep it fresh!

Using the warmth of your hands to mould the wrap around your food or over a jar, the wrap will stick to itself. Once you are finished, simply wash it with cool water and a gentle - alcohol free - soap, dry, and store in a cool spot, ready to use again.


SMALL      17cm X17cm    £5.50      - perfect for jars and half a piece of fruit

MEDIUM   25cm X 25cm   £8.50      - great for cheese or a bowl of leftovers 

LARGE      28cm X 28cm   £11.50    - perfect for larger dishes and small sandwiches

X LARGE   28cm X 35cm   £13         - great for sandwiches or large dishes

Postage in the UK only    £1         - free on orders over £40

Send me an email with what sizes you would like and I can pop them in the post. 


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These are super easy to use, just use the warmth of your hands to mould the wrap around your food or over a dish, you can make little parcels or wrap it over a bowl or dish. You don’t need to wet your wrap to stick it together, the warmth and pressure from your hands should work fine, the wrap will stick to itself naturally. Once you are finished, hand wash it with cool water and a gentle - alcohol free - soap, then leave to air dry, or pat with a towel. roll it, fold it or leave it at and store in a cool spot, ready to use again when you like.

Made from natural materials Beeswax wraps let your food breathe and keep it fresh. Perfect for wrapping vegetables, bread, cheese, sandwiches, leftovers and many other things. As the material is breathable it is perfect for covering rising bread or fermenting foods such as kefir and sauerkraut. It is not advised to use on raw meat or pineapple, and avoid prolonged contact with oily or greasy foods.

Please be aware that as you use your wrap it will get creases and some foods may leave stains, all of these just add to the personality of your wrap.

If you look after your beeswax wrap it can last for up to a year, it may start to look a little tired so it’s recommended to re-set it every few months - simply put it on a sheet of baking paper in the oven for no more than three minutes, on just under 100 degrees and there you have it. Once it’s come to the end of it’s life just pop it in the compost heap.

All my wraps are made using natural cotton, with unique hand printed designs by myself, then coated in Pine resin, Jojoba oil and Beeswax from my Grandpa’s bees.They are non-toxic and 100% biodegradable.

Not suitable for microwaving or ovens.

Don’t get your wrap Hot, Heat will damage it.

Keep it away from open flames