Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap
Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap

Sparkle | Small Furoshiki Wrap

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CO2 Emissions
0.6 kg
Regular price$15.00
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  • Good For You: Gorgeous, sustainable and affordable, Wrappr is the simple, earth-loving alternative to disposable paper gift wrapping designed by artists that will make your gift even more special.
  • Good For The Environment: Honoring Furoshiki, the 1,200-year-old Japanese tradition of fabric wrapping, each Wrappr is a gift in itself, designed to be repurposed or re-used and comes in a 100% recycled box that you can also use for your gift wrapping.
  • CO2 Emissions: 0.6 kg (1.3 lbs).
  • CO2 Emissions Savings: 6.4 kg (14.1 lbs) vs. conventional alternative.

From The Midnight Dance Collection, this small cotton furoshiki wrap featuring original artwork by Waterloo-based Artist Rialda Dizdarević is perfect for wrapping gifts around the size of a tissue box.

Dimensions are 46.5 cm. x 46.5 cm. square or 18 x 18 inches square.

The Midnight Dance collection represents a tight and warm midnight hug. The very special one you want to share with your closest friends and family. That is a hug that contains all the love and joyful wishes you have for the people you chose to share that precious moment of the magical new beginnings with.

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Wrappr

A new baby, a climate crisis and souvenirs from Japan - all led to the birth of Wrappr. After receiving gifts all wrapped in plastic for their newborn, the founder looked for a different alternative to leave a better world for her little girl.The furoshiki wraps were the perfect solution! They were reusable, simple to fold and incredibly beautiful. And each one was a piece of art. Not only could the fabric wraps offer a sustainable solution to the gift wrap epidemic, they could also give artists around the world the opportunity to promote and sell their work. And so, with those two objectives in mind, Wrappr was born.