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Competition Time!

Everyone needs a pouch, and what better price to pay than free?

Click the picture and comment on the facebook post with your persona name to go in the draw.

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Competition time!

It’s competition time! This year we’ll be running regular competitions on our facebook page, so be sure to like it! We’d like to wish everyone a happy new year! To celebrate we’ll be giving away a new journal which includes free postage to anywhere in Australia.

To enter simply comment and tell us what you’d use your journal for, from a personal diary, to a compilation of recipes or a sketch book, how you fill the pages is up to you. Have a friend that would love a new journal? Tag them in a comment and tell us why they’d love it.

We will be drawing the winner on 09/01/2016 and you’ve got to be in it to win it!

Follow this link to enter

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Australian Beeswax by Make Your Own Medieval

Australian Beeswax by Make Your Own Medieval

Australian Beeswax


What is this lump of brown stuff you ask? It’s just over 6 kilos of freshly gathered beeswax we picked up this morning from one of our local suppliers. Make Your Own Medieval beeswax ranges from a pale lemon, through golden yellow to a rich brown depending on the season and what plants the bees have been visiting. This beeswax was made within bee’s flight of Boonah.
Make Your Own Medieval is proud to source Australian beeswax from local suppliers, not only does this mean our customers can buy local but it supports the local Australian bee industry. Bees are a vital part of our ecosystem and it is imperative that we do what we can to keep the local bee populations healthy. Supporting our local beekeepers is just one way to do that. Why not look up your local beekeeping association and see if you can have a hive on your property, or what about planting some flowers to attract the bees into your garden?

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Alternative Hobby Market

Make You Own Medieval will be attending the Alternative Hobby Market held at Fort Lytton on the 13th of September. Click the banner below for details or visit the event page on facebook

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