I’m sure you’ve probably come across these new-fangled-contraptions in you’re own blog browsing. They’re called furoshiki wraps. They’re pretty pieces of fabric you tie around gifts in the place of wrapping paper. All over the internet, these things are pretty simple to use, adorable, and perhaps most importantly, Eco-friendly. What they are not, is always easy on the wallet. They range from $6 bucks for smaller plainer wraps, to upward of $100 for larger designer cloths.
Here, at Uncharted Style, Michelle whipped up a DIY version perfect for father’s day. I think the print is just the right dose of masculine.
If you like, head on over to Uncharted Style for the easy to follow how-to. For an environmentally friendly obsessed pal, this trick will feel like an extra gift (as wrapping should feel).
Thanks Michelle! I love these things, but I never even considered making them myself! Duh!