Furoshiki inspired Fabric Gift Wrap Starter DIY Kit- Tropical Jungle |Birthday|Gift Giving|Eco-friendly
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Want an eco-friendly gift wrap you can use forever and learn a skill for life? You need some Furoshiki fabric wraps in your life!
Fabric wraps are a Japanese tradition known as Furoshiki. The word refers both to the craft and to the cloth itself and transforms the world of gift giving.
These square wraps of fabric are used to wrap gifts and can be used time and time again making them the future of eco-gift wrapping.
These fabric wraps are 44cm x 44cm, feature a 100% premium cotton fabric design and are finished double-sided with contrasting fabric and satin ribbon. These Tropical designs are modern and bright and I just love the hot pink trims!
These premium wraps will last much longer than single fabric wraps and with the addition of the satin ribbon, they give that extra special finishing touch.
This size is perfect for most small to medium gifts including books, dvds, small bottles, A4 sized prints.
This listing is for a Starter DIY kit which includes one wrap ready-made for you and materials to make your own additional wrap from the materials provided. I have a version of the kit using a sewing machine to make it or a no-sew option as well.
Included with your fabric wrap Starter DIY kit is:
- 1x of either the tropical leopard or tropical jungle fabric wrap ready made for you.
- The other fabric option to make up a wrap yourself with contrasting fabric for the inside.
- Satin ribbon.
- Thread/ bobbin/ hemming web (depending on whether you go for the sewing or no-sew option of this kit).
- Online photo tutorial instructions.
- Information on where to buy materials for future fabric wrap making.
- Access to tutorials for different fabric wrapping techniques.
- Care & fabric wrapping etiquette card.
- Contrasting fabric gift tags for each wrap.
- Stickers that you can place on the gift tag asking the recipient to either return the wrap so you can reuse it or to keep it to reuse as part of the gift.
Video tutorials and wrapping can also be viewed on IGTV on my instagram: