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Hi gorgeous,

Please join us on our discovery of simply beautiful products that re-use materials or reduce waste.

Now that's what I call a wrap

Now that's what I call a wrap

Hello fabulous people

The Swinging Sixties was a time of hedonism and optimism driven by the youth. We can thank the designers, fashionistas, musicians of that decade for so many groovy things - beehive hairdos, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, mini-skirts, bell-bottom trou'...the list goes on! What we can't thank them for is the invention of Gladwrap or cling film. In their hedonist pursuits they clearly weren't thinking about the future of our planet or the sea creatures within it when they developed this PVC product to cover food and keep it fresh. This material cannot be recycled or re-used - althou' my Scottish Grandmother did wash hers, hang on the washing line and re-use even though it had lost it's stretch! Cling film certainly cannot be transformed into a stylish, desirable product to showcase on this blog!

Thankfully there are now stylish and reusable alternatives which means we can now all ditch cling film, and banish it to the history books. Honeywrap is the business when it comes to covering or wrapping food in an eco-friendly, non-toxic, reusable way. They're handmade by 3 environmentally dedicated Mums in NZ with groovy organic cotton that's covered in beeswax. The Honeywraps work brilliantly and also look stylish in your fridge, in your child's lunchbox or on the table at a pot-luck dinner. They really do cling together, plus they're saving the earth from that dreadful 1960's invention. 

Honeywraps are available online (along with a whole range of other lovely reusable products) and in shops that care. 

From houses to stunning jewellery

From houses to stunning jewellery

From broken fishing boats to furniture

From broken fishing boats to furniture