Furoshiki Wrapping for Food Gifts: The Results Are Pretty and Reusable!

Furoshiki Wrapping for Food Gifts: The Results Are Pretty and Reusable!

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Cambria Bold
Nov 28, 2012
How are you packaging your food gifts this year? We've offered a few suggestions to wrap edible gifts, including using wax paper or paper ice cream containers. But for a really pretty (and practical!) presentation, wrap those gifts up Furoshiki-style. Furoshiki (or the "art of wrapping with fabric") can be done with any square piece of fabric—a silk scarf, for example, or a tea towel. Presenting your gift this way is a gift in itself; the recipient can keep the fabric and reuse it.
→ Read more:Step-by-step guides to Furoshiki wrapping techniques | Furoshiki.com • Furoshiki wraps ($16) and more wrapping tutorials | Chewing the Cud • Furoshiki-style wrapping with a vintage square scarf | Brooklyn Bride
Related: Wrap Your Gifts in a Dishtowel, Furoshiki-Style (Images: 1. The Link Collective via Oh Joy! and Ambatalia; 2. Mam for Gave That)
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