Kids Design and Make Your Own Beeswax Wraps

Bee and the Spider are hosting a kids DIY wrap making session, a fantastic and creative indoor holiday activity! Get the kids participating in a fun hands on session under the guidance of an expert. While Laura is a science teacher by trade, she is the founder of Little Bumble and will teach the kids how to become a confident DIY wrap maker! A handy skill to gain to make your household more sustainable and start saving money by keeping your food fresher for longer! Kids can design their own reusable food wraps and then coat them with Little Bumble’s signature pre-blend wax. Sessions run for 1 hour and the kids get to create their own design on fabric squares to coat with pre-blend wax. Recommended minimum age for children participating is 8 years old.

Prices range from $24 to $30 (includes wraps to take home!).

Ticket options:

– Design a sandwich wrap – Kids design a medium wrap (worth $15) then hand coat it in wax (recommended age 12yo and older) $30

– Design a biscuit wrap – Kids design an xsmall wrap (worth $9.50) then hand coat it in wax (recommended age 8-12yo) $24

Note: Adult supervisors FREE but strictly no more than 2 kids per adult. Places are limited so book your tickets early!

All attendees will get to take home their own wraps made during the session and receive a 10% discount at the conclusion of the workshop so they can purchase the DIY kits and peruse our entire collection.

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