consumerism miscellaneous shopping waste

Recyclable wrapping paper

Furoshiki example for a box The sheer amount of paper used in wrapping presents for Christmas day is indisputably an extravagant waste. While reusing wrapping paper is simple enough, due to it’s thickness and quality it still has a relatively short life even within the realms of recycling. Though a little late for the festive season, here is an interesting idea for an alternative to wrapping paper. This idea involves wrapping presents in fabric. The material is folded and tied around the presents which not only looks good, but potentially makes fragile gifts more secure.
Lets wrap birthday, anniversary, wedding and Christmas presents differently this year. Lets wrap them in fabric!

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