the japanese art of furoshiki

four days to go.

if your roll of christmas paper runs out before you intend it to, turn to furoshiki. i'm loving the simpleness of this japanese-styles gift wrap. the best part, it's painstakingly simple. what more could you ask for at this time of the year?

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what you need:
  • a generous supply of silk scarves or squares of pretty fabric
  • furoshiki instructions
the word furoshiki refers to the actual cloth used to wrap gifts and parcels, more traditionally bento boxes. you can buy these at most japanese import stores but if you have a wealth of silk scarves or handkerchiefs then these work just as well. 

prepare to be amazed.

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous09:04

    What a fantastic idea! It looks like it would be especially perfect for those hard-to-wrap items. Have a merry Christmas!


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