These beautiful wraps have been designed by Australian Aboriginal Artists and produced by Jijaka designs.
Jijaka is an Aboriginal word meaning 'Kangaroo'. Jijaka authentic designs tell the stories of Aboriginal people who have lived on the Australian continent for more than 40,000 years. Their corroborree ceremonies trace the ancient dreamtime journey of spirit ancestors as they travelled the vast Australian landscape. Sales of Jijaka design fabric directly supports Aboriginal artistic, social and cultural programs.
These packs are a limited edition offer available only while stocks last.
Each three pack will contain a random mix of: Balarinji Spinifex, Warlu Goanna Dreaming, Warly Bush Tomato Dreaming and Warlu Emu Dreaming.
This pack was inspired from a recent trip to our North West Cape and this beautiful country we are lucky enough to share. It is in honour and respect of our Nation's first people.
This 3 pack of wraps contains One Large 36 x 33 cm, One Medium 30 x 28 cm and One Small 20 x 20 cm.
The large wrap is the perfect size for covering a salad bowl or dinner plate, wrapping a bunch of carrots or broccoli or packing the family picnic goodies. The medium wrap is the perfect size for wrapping a block of cheese, a sandwich, covers a medium size bowl or plate, packing lunches in and wrapping veggies like beans, snow peas, and herbs to keep them fresher for longer. The small wrap is the perfect size for wrapping a wheel of cheese, make into a pouch to carry snacks, keeping herbs and chillies fresh in the fridge and covering a small bowl or plate.
Whilst this fabric is of the highest quality it is not organic. However, they are coated with our organic mixture of pure West Australian beeswax, natural tree gum and organic jojoba oil.
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The best way to keep your wraps clean is to wipe over with a cool damp cloth or wash in a cool sink with soapy water, not too hot or you will melt off the mixture and be left with only a piece of fabric! Make sure they are dry before you fold them up and store them until you need them next. With proper care your Bee Buzzy Wraps should last up to a year or longer.