I’m sure by now you’ve found your own quirky and unique ways of using your WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps. But in case you’ve run out of ideas, we thought we’d put together a short list of all the things you can do with your WRAPPAs that may not come to mind immediately.

1. Use it to stop your cutting mat from slipping

We’ve all been there. You’re trying to cut something impossible like a big butternut pumpkin with a less than sharp knife but every time you feel like you’re getting somewhere your cutting mat slips halfway across the counter. Not only is this extremely annoying, it’s also very dangerous!

Take a WRAPPA Reusable Food Wrap and place it under the cutting mat. The natural stickiness of the wrap will help stop your mat from sliding around.

2. Use it as an environmentally friendly wrapping paper

Sure, wrapping paper is pretty and cheap. But it’s also a massive waste of resources. Not only are WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps available in a range of beautiful designs, the person you’re giving the gift to will be able to reuse them daily!

3. Use it to wrap the end of a flower bouquet

Next time you’re visiting the florist to get flowers for yourself or someone special, take your WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps with you to wrap the ends with. That way you won’t need to use their cellophane wrapping, or the little travel bag to stop them dripping, and they’ll look beautiful wrapped up in a WRAPPA. This trick also works for cut herbs from the garden.

4. Use it to keep your bananas ripe and fresh

So this tip is mind blowing. Wrap your bananas in a WRAPPA Reusable Food Wrap and they will stay fresh in the fridge for up to 3 WEEKS!!!! How incredible is that? We’ve tried and tested this tip and it works every time. Perfect if you have kids that don’t always eat their banana at lunch. Avocados will also keep extremely well if wrapped in a WRAPPA.

5. Use it to make popcorn cones for your next movie night in

This is a fun one to do with the kids. Now that we’re coming up to winter holidays, get the kids involved in making popcorn whether it’s the store bought stuff or the homemade popcorn on the stove top. Get them to make their own cone out of a WRAPPA and load it to the brim to recreate the magic of going out to the movies.