Eco-Friendly Gift Wrap: Furoshiki

I love wrapping gifts.  The precision and beauty always gives me a sense of accomplishment.

On a trip to Japan a few years ago, I discovered Furoshiki, which is a traditional Japanese fabric wrapping technique used for transporting gifts or goods.

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Furoshiki is easy (often just 4 steps), eco-friendly (whoop, whoop!), and versatile.  You can use anything from tea towels to fabric scraps and wrap wine bottles, awkwardly shaped gifts, or your standard gift boxes.

Check out these options…

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Here is a great instructional video for the basic wrap.

Click here to see more beautifully wrapped stuff here!

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