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I love this idea of wrapping a gift box with a pretty scarf via Ampersand Design Studio! Scarf via Leah Duncan.

Furoshiki (風呂敷 pronounced fu·rosh·ki) is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. It can be used for bundling or gift-wrapping, carried as a bag or worn as a scarf. This light-weight furoshiki w

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5 Simple, Classic DIY Gift Wrap Techniques Any Guy Can Use - Easy Fabric “Furoshiki” Wrap (Using a Handkerchief)

Furoshiki Wrapping, Japanese Wrapping, Rice Bags, Boro, Lunch, Kimono, Letter, Eat Lunch, Kimonos

a scarf acts as functional wrapping paper and a bonus gift for the recipient. a win-win.

Furoshiki wrapping: buy a new or vintage scarf, use it to wrap a gift, and the gift recipient gets to keep the scarf. Now, that's what we call creative wrapping.

Japanese Gift Wrap    Wrap your child's gift in a piece of fabric using furoshiki, the Japanese art of gift wrap.    Originally published in the May 2011 issue of Parents magazine.    Click here to learn different ways to wrap a gift in a Japanese style

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How to Do Furoshiki (Wrap and Carry Things With Square Cloth)

Do Furoshiki (Wrap and Carry Things With Square Cloth)

Do away with the mountain of gift wrap this Chrissie & Furoshiki (Wrap and Carry Things With Square Cloth) - a how to for another wondrous japanese custom.

If you can tie two knots, you can transform our Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap into a stylish lunchbag!

Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap Kit

Reversible and machine washable, our cotton Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap is sewn from handmade, colorful artisan textiles using wooden blocks and wax batik techniques.

DIY Furoshiki Gift Wrap - fun way to wrap a Mother's Day   present.

Holiday How-To: Furoshiki Gift Wrap

DIY How to Furoshiki Gift Wrap. This gift wrap idea can be used not just for the Christmas holiday, but for other special occasions and themes any time of the year. Adorable way to wrap a gift!

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