Wax Working Class
The E. L. Niño Bee Lab is offering a wax working class at the Bee Biology Facility at UC Davis on December 7th, 2019 from 8:45am - 5pm.
This class is perfect for the hobby and sideline beekeeper and for other individuals interested in learning the basics of working with wax.
What you’ll learn:
How wax is made
How to collect wax
How to process wax
How to make your own wax products
What you’ll have a chance to make:
Dip candle- wick
Mold candle- mold, wick, metal wick sustainers, sticks, tapestry needle
Pour candle- jar/can, metal wick sustainers, sticks, wick
Dipped flowers- flowers
Solid hand lotion- wax, shea butter, fragrance, coconut oil
Chapstick- wax, shea butter, fragrance, coconut oil
Wax reusable food wrap
The $235 registration fee covers continental breakfast, snacks, lunch and refreshments, and materials. Participants make and take 2 of each item, just in time for holiday gift giving.
Space is limited so please register at this link before November 23rd.