Competition with Bee Eco Wraps

bee eco wraps on Geoffrey & Grace

The new blog design is now completely finished. To celebrate, I wanted to hold a competition to say thank you to all of you who stop by for some wholehearted and slow living inspiration. I love to share little snippets of our days with you, things that I am thinking, and how we are managing to live more simply and slowly. I am very thankful that you make the time to read, it really means a lot to me, and I hope this blog always inspires you to find a moment of calm and creativity in your day.

This is doubly exciting because I also get to share with you one of my favourite products. These Bee Eco wraps are handmade on the sunshine coast in Australia, and are a fantastic sustainable food storage. I have had mine for almost a year now, and I absolutely love them. The smaller wraps are great to cover pots to store food in the fridge, and the larger wraps are perfect for sandwiches when we go on picnics. Anything you would use tinfoil, clingfilm or a plastic pot for, you can use these wraps instead, but brilliantly there is no waste.

They are made with GOTS certified organic cotton, beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin. The warmth of your hands engages the beeswax, and the wraps become pliable, then when placed in the fridge the beeswax hardens so the wraps retain their shape and seal all the goodness in.

When you’re done, you just wash them in cold soapy water and let them dry ready to be used again and again. Such a clever idea and I am so in love with the beautiful ethos behind this independent company.

Competition details

The prize is a pack of five GOTS certified organic cotton bee eco wraps, which includes two small wraps, a medium, a large and an extra large. You can see more details and pictures here.

All you have do is simply leave a comment, sharing your favourite summer dish, and subscribe to the blog and newsletter by adding your email address in the sidebar. Please leave your name at the end of the comment.

The competition is open worldwide from today (29th June 2016) until 6th of July 2016 at 11.59pm GMT.

The winner will be picked at random from those who enter.

Good luck

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  • The Ali Clifford

    how very lovely! hoping that SOMEONE will make the rhubarb crumble tonight 🙂

  • I’ve been making a really big effort to be more ethical in my life and have stopped used any sort of waste wrapping like clingfilm etc. I usually use containers or bowls instead but I would love some of these! My favourite summer dish has to be watermelon and mint salad. Oh, and any sort of pudding involving raspberries! Charlotte x

  • Kathryn Longman

    Favourite summer dish would have to be pavlova with cream, rasberries, strawberries and passionfruit eaten outside after a lazy Sunday lunch. YUMMO!

  • Elizabeth Dalton

    The new blog looks really great. My favourite summer dish is simple ice cream and strawberries as we can enjoy it most nights. Elizabeth x

  • I love this…a great way of heading towards less waste. My favourite summer recipe is a burrito bowl; simmering all day on the slow cooker and served hot with avocados, tomatoes and sour cream!!

  • Kim Whiteside

    My favorite summer dish is ribs on the grill and fruit salad with any of the wonderful summer fruits! ~ Kimmie

  • Love this! We’re trying to reduce single use items (especially plastics) in our life at the moment so these sound ideal. I love summer food, especially hot salads involving grilled halloumi, sundried tomatoes and olives. Preferably enjoyed in the garden! Jules x

  • Grace Peters

    Love the idea of these wraps. Such a great way to be more sustainable especially in my season of leftovers. Favorite summer dish is a burrito bowl with lots of avocado and lime.

  • All these dishes sound so yummy. Don’t forget to add your email address to the ‘Subscribe Via Email’ box in the sidebar to qualify for competition entry 🙂 Thanks, Melanie

  • Kim RainbowMama

    I love bee Eco wraps, and the beautiful family that create them. They are a wonderful inspiration! My children love sweet polenta flan with its sunny colour. 4 cups full cream milk, 1/2 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind (or other citrus) – bring gently to boil stirring occasionally. Take off heat and add 1 cup polenta. Stir and place back on heat, stirring until thicker then add 1/2 cup sultanas & 2 tablespoons almond meal (or any nut). Mix well then either eat as a warm dessert or put into a oven proof dish and bake 175 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes and cool in the fridge to cut as a slice. Delicious! Kim (zenhen)

  • Rachael Smith

    Blog is looking lovely, these wraps sound fab! Nothing makes me feel more summery than a bowl full of ice cream 🙂 Rachael Smith

  • Clare

    Love them. Do a packed lunch for M every day and hate using cling film. These sounds super lovely and a welcome replacement! Favourite summer dish? Loving breakfast smoothing with summer berries, warm summer salads and chocolate ice cream of course! Clare Williams

  • Moral Fibres

    Love the new design! And would love to try these wraps! My favourite summer dish isn’t so much a dish as just a bowl of lovely strawberries, still warm from the sun. Can’t beat it!

  • Hey lovely- j’adore the new blog design! I would also love to finally get some of these wraps too. My favourite summer dish at the moment is a simple tomatoe salad. They are abundantly in seasons, so fresh and so flavoursome at the moment and I am enjoying them really simply with oil, seasoning, fresh basil and a drizzle of balsamic. The simplest of dishes but really delicious too!

  • Rachel

    Oh man! Love the new and shiny G & G. Well done! I’ve been coveting bee Eco wraps for some time in my pursuit of zero waste so it’s great to see them championed by you. My fave summer meal of the mo is avocado, basil leaves from the garden, lime zest and a dash of olive oil in some sour dough. Bliss.

  • Katherine

    My favourite Summer dish is Barbecued prawns with a beautiful chilli and lime marinade or dipping sauce, Yum! Katherine

  • Nicole

    My favourite summerdish has to include fresh berries from the garden! To me the ultimate summerfeeling, those beautiful fruits with their vibrant colours. So I like to eat a summer pudding with strawberries, raspberries and currants from our garden. Or popsicles made of juice and little berries in them. Both preferably eaten outside! If the rain ever stops…

  • emilyomara

    mozzarella with sundried tomatos in a salad