How to Gift Wrap without Tape and Scissors



🎬 0:18 What is Furoshiki
🎬 0:46 Alternative material to gift wrap
🎬 1:02 Furoshiki definition
🎬 1:19 How to wrap a box tutorial begins
🎬 3:05 Furoshiki gift wrap as a placemat

When it comes to gift wrapping, we often go with beautiful gift wrapping paper that mostly goes to waste after a single use. Because it is easiest to find in stationery stores, we think it is the best option. Often times, easy solutions don't often translate into uniqueness. Your gift wrapping style is a representation of your creativity.

Want to learn a gift wrapping hack that is unique, and adds additional value to the receiver? In this tutorial, you will learn one of many ideas to gift wrap a box, and turn the gift wrap into a unique experience for that special someone. This is a Japanese style of gift wrapping, called Furoshiki.

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