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This Japanese gift-wrapping technique can help you wrap presents faster than the traditional method you're probably used to. #giftwrapping

This Japanese gift-wrapping technique can help you wrap presents faster than the traditional method you're probably used to. #giftwrapping

This Amazing Japanese Gift Wrapping Hack Will Blow Your Mind

All you need is wrapping paper to create a simple and beautiful present. This Japanese gift wrapping trick will show you how to wrap a gift without tape. Ready to have your mind blown? You don’t need tape to wrap or ribbon the perfect present. We know, we didn’t believe it either until we watched

Great news ! We started to create our own furoshikis. This Japanese technique of wrapping objects with fabric contribuate to reduce the use of paper and packaging.

Great news ! We started to create our own furoshikis. This Japanese technique of wrapping objects with fabric contribuate to reduce the use of paper and packaging.

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REDUCE THE NEED FOR PLASTIC BAGS WITH A TRADITIONAL JAPANESE ECO BAG      Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth which is used to carry many different items and can be a great way to help the environment by using as a re-usable eco-shopping cloth.

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"Furoshiki" is a type of Japanese traditional wrapping cloth, which may look like a large handkerchief. It is used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods.

"Furoshiki" is a type of Japanese traditional wrapping cloth, which may look like a large handkerchief. It is used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods.

CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAPPING - DAY 3 - JAPANESE KIMONO STYLE GIFT WRAP – Lavender Home C&S Ltd

For day three we'll be making a traditional Japanese Kimono style gift wrap. Materials you need for this are: Wrapping paper Ribbon Tape Scissors Step 1: To measure your wrapping paper for the gift, it needs to be able to wrap around the gift vertically, and be three times the length horizontally. Step 2: Wrap about a third of the gifts width and crease along the sides. Step 3: Tuck in the sides and make a crease along the triangles. Step 4: Fold the flaps on to your item and secure with…

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With so many preparations and things to do, December tends to fly by in a blink of an eye. So shopping for gifts early is a great way to avoid stress and last-minute buys. And once you get to the gift wrapping part, here is a sustainable idea that comes from Furoshiki - a Japanese tradition of wrapping presents in a cloth. This will surely add a personal and warm touch to your gift. 🎁 #linentales #linen #christmas #christmasgift #giftideas #giftwrapping #giftwrappingideas #furoshiki
Choosing to be sustainable can be a challenge during the winter holidays, especially when it comes to gift wrapping. That’s why we encourage you to try Furoshiki - a Japanese way of wrapping gifts in a cloth. A linen napkin, tea towel, or plain towel can serve as a reusable gift wrap, that will make the present stand out. 🎁 #christmastaleoflinen #linentales #linen #christmas #christmasgift #giftideas #giftwrapping #giftwrap #giftwrappingideas #furoshiki #furoshikiwrap
Furoshiki Gift Wrap Tutorial: how to create a beautifully neat bow with our large Wrapping Cloth
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