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May 12, 2009


i love that mustard color so much

Such a great idea!

Koreans use that method too! I'm not sure who started it, but either way it's definitely eco-friendly!

I simply use vintage scarves...the square kind...or scarves you buy at the local Goodwill/Salvation Army.

The above organic wraps are way cute! I love the illustrations!

They have similar fabrics at the Powell's garden and cooking shop on Hawthorne. And they have a little sign about using them to wrap presents. So cute!

I love this! It's so beautiful and looks so much easier to wrap odd-shaped gifts.

Wow! That's such a great idea, wrapping gifts in a pretty fabric... I might do that with my next gift!

The best presents always have the most beautiful wrapping!

So so cute - I love the colors! Thanks for sharing!

what a beautiful idea...

AH! I am kinda freaking out about these!! Why haven't I thought of these...love it!!


these are lovely, a gift wrapped in a gift.

How do I get my hands on these? I looked at the link, but on etsy they only seem to be selling cards.

I would love to purchase some or find out where I can find them.


these wraps are available at http://furoshiki.com/chewingthecud

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