Wrapping paper, gift bags, and tissue paper can be beautiful, but are extremely wasteful. One no waste option is the art of Furoshiki, the Japanese method of wrapping gifts with a beautifully folded piece of cloth. Chewing The Cud is making Furoshiki easier and more beautiful. The fabric gift wrap becomes a gift in and of itself. These fabric gift wraps are so lovely it won’t even matter if you are good at Furoshiki. A simple wrap and knot will do the trick. The fabric wrap itself will make the gift gorgeous no matter how neatly it is wrapped. Forget gift wraps, I just want to hang these up as art.
The new reusbale fabric gift wraps by Chewing The Cud are printed on 100% organic cotton with soy-based inks. At only $10 a piece you are going to want to get one of each design. See the preview photos on Chewing The Cud website. The wraps are a generous 28 x 28 inches. They will be available in July at Chewing The Cuds Etsy shop.
[Photos and Styling by Chewing the Cud]