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On The 10th Day Of NB Christmas Giveaways: Bees Louise!

On the 10th day of NB Christmas Giveaways, Bees Louise! Handmade Products is giving away a litterless lunch set and triple set of beeswax wraps valued at $50 so you can start off 2021 with less plastic in your life!

It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that I discovered this female-led company based in Plumweseep, NB while shopping at MacArthur’s Market. Since we decided to stop using saran wrap, Bees Louise! Handmade Products have been a staple in our home.

About Bees Louise! Handmade Products

Bees Louise! Handmade Products makes beeswax food wraps as a reusable alternative to plastic wrap. They are handmade with local beeswax produced by this Father and Daughter duo in New Brunswick.

They took a shared love of caring for bees and turned it into a sustainable and local business offering a range of beeswax wraps, hand/lip salve, wood conditioner and solid lotion bars in a variety of scents.

And this Christmas, their wraps are just what Santa needs to bring his cookies and carrots for the reindeer around the world on Christmas Eve!

Christmas Giveaways: Bees Louise

Why we love them

Have you ever decided to have a late-night guac for one? You cut open a perfect avocado, use half, then contemplate eating the other half just because you know it’ll be brown by morning? Well, you don’t have to worry about that (very common?) problem with Bees Louise! wraps around the house.

Christmas Giveaways: Bees Louise

They’re handy to have around to keep your potato salad fresh while waiting for the lobster boil in the summer or to wrap up mountains of leftovers after all those upcoming holiday meals. Including snacks for Santa!

Christmas Giveaways: Bees Louise

I also love keeping them around for wrapping my blocks of cheese to keep them fresh for way longer than they used to when we used saran wrap.

Christmas Giveaways: Bees Louise

With Canada planning to ban all single-use plastics by 2021, now is a great time to start discovering more sustainable products for using around the home.

Santa’s Fine Print:

If you’ve been around these waters for a while now, you’ll know that there’s nothing I love more than exploring and enjoying everything that New Brunswick has to offer!

So instead of my usual Holiday round-up post, we’re ending this year on a merry and bright note by hosting 12 DAYS of Holiday giveaways on Instagram featuring—you guessed it!—products by New Brunswick small businesses.

How to enter:

  1. To enter this giveaway, check out our Instagram account.
  2. Like the post you want to enter and follow us and Bees Louise! – and then tag a friend to enter. Additional tags = additional entries!
  3. For a BONUS entry, comment on THIS blog post with your favourite lighthouse in New Brunswick!

You can enter to win ANY of the 12 days of giveaways up until MIDNIGHT on Sunday, December 20th. So if you’re just finding out about this now, you can still enter to win any of the giveaways until December 20th.

Winners will be announced on Instagram on December 21st.

Disclaimer: 12 Days of NB Christmas Giveaways would not have been possible without the twelve small businesses that generously gifted us products. While I received free products in exchange for hosting these giveaways, all opinions expressed are my own.


  • Tracy Dunn
    December 16, 2020 at 9:01 am

    I love the lighthouse at the very end of the Bouctouche Dune. I walk to it at least once each summer!

  • Fernanda
    December 16, 2020 at 9:38 am

    The one at Cape Enrage!

  • Nancy
    December 17, 2020 at 7:46 am

    We love beeswax wraps and are using them all the time! My favourite NB lighthouse is Pointe du Chêne Range Rear Lighthouse!

  • Melissa Wright
    December 17, 2020 at 10:25 pm

    My favourite light house is the one on the wharf in st Stephen. It brings back so many great childhood memories.

  • Mary
    December 20, 2020 at 4:18 pm

    Cap Enrage is my go-to lighthouse!

  • Jennifer S Vienneau
    December 20, 2020 at 6:08 pm

    Long Point Lighthouse on Grand Manan. It can be completely fogged in yet the other side of the island may be bathed in sunlight.


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