Finding different ways to wrap gifts is a custom already at Christmas. And it is that, that a gift is well wrapped, it is part of the magic of giving away. That’s why today we’re going to show you a more sustainable way to wrap gifts, but it’s sophisticated and elegant. Learn how to wrap furoshiki-style gifts.
Origin of furoshiki wrapper
This form of wrapping has its origins in Japanese culture. It’s a way to package gifts that owes your name to a cloth. Fabrics are used.
How do you do that?
The furoshiki wrapper consists of making a “tied”, crowning the gift with a knot. In this way, we replace, the paper, the bow and the plastic ornaments. Thus getting a much more echo wrapper.
On Instagram it’s sweeping, as there are beautiful and original packages left. In addition, you can tie them above, on the sides… and the fabric or handkerchief itself can be a gift in itself!
It is also a very good idea to decorate the packages with dried flowers or leaves, hooking them in the knot. This gives you a more special touch to all your packages.