A good life is a collection of happy moments.
~ Denis Waitley
Got a happy moment to celebrate and want the perfect gift to go with it? We present to you our CELEBRATION BUNDLE -- including a beeswax wrap assortment in our various "recipe" print lines.
Beeswax Wrap Assortment Details:
Based on popular request, we’ve curated a collection of our bestselling Khala Cloths that will provision any kitchen or campsite with the essentials needed to Honor Your Food and go plastic-free:
- 1 Baker’s wrap (18in x 20in)
- 1 Potluck wrap (14in x 19in)
- 2 sandwich wraps (13in x 13in)
- 1 combo pack of 1 mini/1small/1 medium/1 large cloths
- 1 pack of 3 medium cloths (11in x11in)
- 1 combo pack of 2 mini cloths (6in x 6in) and 2 small cloths (7in x 8in)
Want to ship direct to the receiver? Let us know and we will package this as a beautiful gift with a handwritten note and all. Email us - store(at)khalacloths.com
About Khala Cloths:
Khala Cloths are an eco-friendly food storage solution that can extend freshness ~5-7 days longer than plastic storage.
And when you're done using them, just hand-wash in cool water and hang dry. Fold and store away from heat when dry.
Re-evaluate after 9 months to 1 year later, and either repurpose or cut into strips for easy composting. Learn more about how to use and care for your Khala Cloths here. #honoryourfood
About Our "Windows into the Still Wild" Print:
Introducing Khala Cloths’ 2019 activist print, "Windows into the Still-Wild". This print features a host of wildlife inscribed with scenes from their ecological habitats in the U.S. Rocky Mountains - like golden aspen groves, creeks teeming with trout, & storms promising winter’s touch Designed and hand painted in-house by Khala & CO, proceeds from this print will go towards honoring the Centennial Anniversary of the National Parks Conservation Association. #honoryourparks. Everyone who purchases and uses this beeswax wrap combo pack becomes a defender of wildlife and places.
About Our "Planetary Pollinators" Print:
Our original Khala Cloth print features bees circling the earth - a testament to how honeybees help make the world go round.