Around Thanksgiving and Christmas I bake and cook a ton. Due to that I am constantly throwing away plastic wrap and tinfoil. My cookie dough gets wrapped up to chill, my cakes get covered while I work on other things. My platters for neighbors and church get covered to keep them on the plate with no added airborne particulate or hair. Then after the holiday dinners we have tons of leftovers which need to be covered up and wrapped. Throwing away a ton of tin foil and plastic wrap is not good for the environment, or my pocket. Therefore I am in love with my Lilybee Reusable Food Wrap! It helps me be eco-friendly, while my food and snacks look ultra cute.
Plastic that is used once and tossed away is not eco-friendly, so Lilybee Wrap was created as an alternative that works well and looks pretty too. Lilybee Wrap is family owned and operated in New Zealand. They hand select the cotton fabric for the wrap, and then beewax, tree resin, and coconut oil is applied to each wrap.
Over the last year Lilybee has stopped over 6.56 million feet of plastic wrap from going into the environment through their efforts and their over 12,000 and counting customer families. A small change on our part can make a huge impact on our planet.
Lilybee Wrap is very attractive, and works very well. It has a light tacky feel from the beeswax which allows it to stick to itself. It detaches easily and then you can just re-stick it again and again. You can use certain patterns for certain things and then at a glance you will know what is in the wrap. For example if you make your kids lunch, you can wrap their sandwiches in a different pattern. Then when they go to grab their lunch, they know that is their PB & J and not their siblings ham and cheese. You also can send some Lilybee Wrap along to picnics and parties, in case their are leftovers that need to come home.
Clean Your Lilybee Wrap
Once you are done with your Lilybee Wrap, you can wash it with cool water and dish soap. Then you can use it over and over again for a year or more. It is a simple process, and the Lilybee Wrap is much easier to handle than cling wrap that gets caught up on itself. When you finally do need to dispose of your Lilybee Wrap, rest assured because it is biodegradable.
Lilybee Wrap come is very cool patterns and colors. Each one is limited edition, so if you see one you love get it while it lasts. I have Flamingo Island and Pineapple Sorbet, which are very colorful and fun. Pineapples are so cute, and when I look in my fridge and see the patterns it makes me happy. There are several others I would like to have as well such as Matariki, Desert Road, and Meet Me by the Sea. Matariki is suns and stars; Desert Road is patterns and cactus; and Meet Me by the Sea is lobsters and boats. All adorable and functional. It is like dressing up your lunch and leftovers in pretty outfits!
This Christmas reduce your footprint on the planet with Lilybee Reuseable Wrap. Then you can give sets to your family and friends as gifts, so they too can help the planet. This wrap is such a great idea, and many people may just not know about it. I for one am thrilled to not need to buy any plastic wrap anymore, plus Lilybee is so much more attractive. When we come across a great product that is functional, pretty, and helps our world- we need to share that with everyone!
How many people on your list will get Lilybee Wrap this Christmas?
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