Upsize Tries The Art of Furoshiki Wraps
We had the opportunity to attend Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics' Christmas Furoshiki Wrap Workshop last Sunday and it was so much fun! So we decided to give it a try.
Furoshiki is a type of traditional Japanese cloth originally used to transport clothes, gifts, and other goods. As time went by, Furoshiki's designs and uses were revolutionized to (we assume) upsize the way people give gifts.
Think of it as the cloth version of the origami. Trust the Japanese with all these creative and fun innovations!
Lush Philippines ushered in the season of gift giving by conducting a workshop and some cool Furoshiki wrapping tips. We took in top three cute and easy ones to share with you!
Check out these step-by-step guides to our Furoshiki picks.
Upsize tried, UPPROVED!
Now, it's even more exciting and eco-friendly to wrap your gifts now! We're also excited to use our early Christmas gifts from Lush - a Pumpkin Bath Bomb and Yuzu and Cocoa Bubbleroon along with a Christmas re-wrap cloth* (which we have featured here!).
*The re-wrap co-operative in India empowers rural women to earn a living by handcrafting re-usable products through fair trade practices. They are passionate about quality, people, and the environment. Re-wraps are 100% organic cotton and hand made in India.