If I were to wrap a gift today…


I’d wrap it in these! Aren’t they beautiful? Plus they’re 100% organic cotton with soy-based inks. I saw these fabric wraps on Oh Joy! and was reminded of the best way to wrap a gift: furoshiki! In Japan, this method of wrapping and carrying around items has been popular for years, but only fairly recently have I seen this online as a great way to wrap gifts. My favorite way to go about this would be to wrap the gift(s) in a scarf so that, technically, the recipient receives two amazing gifts that they can reuse in many ways! I’ve posted a video below that shows a few wrapping techniques and here’s even more. Why in the world use wasteful wrapping paper when you can furoshiki?

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