Gorgeous, sustainable and affordable, Wrappr is the simple, earth-loving alternative to disposable paper gift wrapping. Honouring 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 perfect for any season or celebration. Created by independent artists who love our planet as much as you do, every eco-friendly Wrappr reduces our carbon footprint, supports our creative community and makes the world a better, more beautiful place.
From The Wander Collection, this small cotton furoshiki wrap featuring original artwork by Toronto-based artist Sophia Choi, is perfect for wrapping gifts around the size of a tissue box.
Dimensions are 46.5 cm. x 46.5 cm. square or 18.3 x 18.3 inches square.
This collection is inspired by celebrating holidays with loved ones. As the holidays approach, family and friends gather and spend time together filled with love and laughter or have some valuable time with your partner, strolling around the park, sharing and enjoying every moment of it.
1) Saves Time!
Wrapping gifts with fabric wrap is quick and easy. Lie your furoshiki wrap out flat, place your gift in the middle and wrap the furoshiki around your gift and tie in a knot on top.
2) Saves Money
Tired of having to buy new wrapping paper every year? Fabric gift wrap is reusable so you can buy it once and use it over and over again. It's time to say goodbye to one-time use wrapping paper forever!
3) Saves Waste
Fabric wrap leaves zero waste! No tape, no leftover paper, no paper roll, nothing. When your loved one opens their gift they are only left with the fabric that they can reuse to wrap a gift of their own in the future or repurpose in so many other ways!
WHAT IS FUROSHIKI?
Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese fabric wrap and has existed in Japan for over 1,200 years. Pronounced foo-roh-shee-kee, the word breaks down to mean ‘bath spread'.
WHERE DOES THE ARTWORK COME FROM?
All of the artwork is created by independent artists who are paid upfront for their work and also get $1.00 for every sale of their own prints.
WHAT ARE THE CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR WRAPPR PRODUCTS?
If your Wrappr becomes wrinkled, just iron it or steam to remove the creases (low heat for satin and silk furoshiki wraps).
If your Wrappr gets dirty just throw it in the wash with your clothes, towels or whatever laundry you’re already doing. Wash with like colours in cold water, then hang to try to prevent shrinking.