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Honeywrap 'Bird of the Year' 2020

Regular price
$10.15 NZD
Regular price
$14.50 NZD
Sale price
$10.15 NZD

NZ's original re-useable beeswax food wraps for anyone who loves food!

'BIRD OF THE YEAR 2020' WRAP: This wrap is printed with illustrations by our co-founder, Indigo and donates $1 from each wrap towards Forest and Bird and the work they do in protecting, restoring and defending New Zealand’s precious wildlife and wild places.

Many of New Zealand native birds are in crisis with over two-thirds threatened with extinction.  Forest and Bird's 'Bird of the Year' celebrates our unique birds and with each vote you help give them a voice. 

Sizing Information:

  • Large (33 x 35cm): another fav - great for covering salads, leftovers, large adult lunches

Honeywrap was inspired by nature and a passion for making a difference by reducing the amount of plastic on the planet. Each beeswax wrap is made in NZ from GOTS certified organic cotton - they're reusable and eco-friendly and offer a natural alternative to plastic food wrap.

Standard (NZD)Free Over (NZD)
New Zealand$5$50
Rest of the World*$30$600

* Includes most of North America, Europe, UK, Asia and the South Pacific. Orders will be refunded if we are unable to ship to your location.

More details about shipping can be found HERE.

Indigo Greenlaw, our co-founder, wears a few hats here at Paper Rain.

As our communications gal, she is a bit of people person (with enough caffeine in her system.) A lover of ‘the wild’, Indigo is enthused by fresh air, inspired by the bush, the ocean and the spaces and people around her. A graphic designer by trade, Indigo’s real passion lies in illustration. More recently, she has rolled up her sleeves to experiment with wood block etching, a process she loves. Surfer, hiker, wine and coffee consumer, she keeps as busy as possible.

Stoked on sustainability (and tiny houses!) you will see that all of Indigo’s artworks are part of our Cause Series - helping to raise money and awareness for the plight of native birds and ocean health.