How to Make Homemade Beeswax Food Wrap

These DIY reusable beeswax food wraps are both stylish and eco-friendly.

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These DIY reusable beeswax food wraps are both stylish and eco-friendly (plus totally easy to make).

These beeswax food wraps prevent waste and pollution while also keeping leftovers fresh. See how to make these all-natural, reusable wraps with just three ingredients.

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