Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap - Seventh & Oak
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Reusable Furoshiki Gift Wrap

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Perfect for wrapping gifts that are the size of a tissue box. This no waste wrap by Wrappr is 50 cm x 50 cm / 19.5 x 19.5 inches in size, featuring original artwork by Essery Waller

  • 100% organic cotton
  • Machine washable
  • Reusable product saves you money
  • Eliminates waste produced by traditional one-time use wrapping paper
  • All shipping materials are recycled and biodegradable
  • All artwork is original 

How To Wrap

New to using Furoshiki gift wraps? Check out some tutorials here.

Care Instructions

If your Wrappr becomes wrinkled, just iron it or steam to remove the creases - just like you would with clothing.

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 and cold water, then hang to try to prevent shrinking.

All Wrappr products are made out of organic materials and are completely biodegradable. If you don’t find your product useful anymore and want to discard it then throw it in your compost or trash, it will decompose in 2-5 months.