In the pint-size mason jar, combine the jojoba oil, beeswax and pine rosin.
Place the steamer basket into the pot and put the mason jar on it.
Fill the pot nearly full with water. You want to cover the beeswax mixture as much as possible, without overflowing water onto the stove or getting any in the jar.
Heat over medium-high heat, stirring until well combined and melted, about 20 minutes. The pine rosin takes longer to melt and needs scraped off of the bottom during stirring. I used a disposable wooden chopstick for this for easy cleanup.
While the beeswax mixture is melting, cut the fabric into the desired size and shape. I made 8x8 and some 11x11 squares. Pinking shears are ideal to avoid frayed edges, but regular scissors will also get the job done.
Cover the cookie sheet with parchment paper and lay a piece of fabric on top.
Brush the melted beeswax mixture evenly over the fabric. It will harden quickly, but that’s ok. You want to saturate the fabric, but not over saturate it.
Pop the cookie sheet into the oven for about 2 minutes, or until the beeswax mixture is melted.
Use the brush to spread the mixture more evenly over the fabric. You may have to put it back into the oven again and repeat the process.
Lay another piece of fabric over the beeswax wrap you just made and press it down to absorb the excess.
If you’re doing a lot of wraps, the parchment paper may need to be replaced part of the way through. I found that mine started to get too messy and over saturated my wraps.
When you’re on the last wrap, use a paper towel to blot up the excess beeswax mixture.
Once the wrap is done, hang it up to dry. I laid mine over the back of my kitchen chairs to dry.
Tip: The wraps will be tacky at first, but dry after an hour or so.To make gathering supplies extra easy, try a DIY food wrap kit like this one.