Zero Waste Gift Wrapping: How To Furoshiki

Posted by Debbie Hardy on

One small and fun way to reduce your impact on the environment at Christmas time is to forget plastic and even paper Christmas wrapping; Furoshiki is the ancient Japanese art of using cloth to wrap gifts and just about anything else you'd like. All you need is a scarf or piece of fabric, which can become part of the gift, or reused by the recipient next time they give you something! It's a lovely circular way of gift giving.

 

In this Wastenot DIY, we’ll show you two types of Furoshiki wraps:

 

How To Furoshiki A Box

How To Furoshiki A Bottle

 

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