Eco-friendly gift-wrapping

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Most wrapping paper can’t be recycled, and it’s ripped off a gift and thrown in the trash in a matter of seconds. Save your money – and our landfills – and try the Japanese art of fabric wrapping.

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth, but you can use any recyclable fabric, a scarf, or even new tea towels.

The recipient can keep the fabric and use it for wrapping other gifts.

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