As it gets closer to Christmas Day, we find ourselves spending a huge chuck of time trying to neatly wrap all of the gifts we have bought with the usual wrapping paper, sticky tape, and ribbon method.
But what if there was a simpler way?
Well, there is - and it's reusable!
The Japanese art of wrapping gifts using fabric, known as Furoshiki, is becoming increasingly popular among those who want to save time and the environment!
Unlike paper wrapping, which we ferociously tear into to reach our prezzies, fabric wrapping is fast, looks unique, and is to be something to keep and then pass on to someone else when you wrap other gifts!
How should you go about wrapping these lovely bundles? There's a great diagram HERE that will help you on your way!
While wrapping paper may be cheaper, this is the way to go if you want to impress your family and friends with a unique style no one else is trying!