Reusable Fabric Gift Wrap
According to The Guardian "a rise in interest in crafting, coupled with a greater awareness of the environment under lockdown, has led to a surge in interest in furoshiki – the Japanese art of fabric wrapping – this year."
This reusable fabric gift wrap is made from recycled saris (that would otherwise have been sent to landfill) in Nepal by a recognised fair trade supplier.
Using fabric gift wrap saves on wasteful paper and they can be reused afterwards as gift wrap or a neck scarf. Because of their reclaimed nature all patterns and colours will vary, but this just makes each one even more unique and special.
Come in plastic free, tree free Lotka paper wrap which is compostable or biodegradable.
Size: 60 x 60 cm.
About Planet Wrap It
PlanetWrapIt is a family-run business (just the two of us!) inspired by the need to protect our planet, plant new trees and provide affordable and sustainable solutions to gift wrapping.
As parents ourselves, we feel a huge responsibility to the next generation to do what we can to support and nurture our natural world. We want a safe and sustainable planet to be available in the future and so we decided to play our part in creating that.
Woodlands and forests are home to 80% of the worlds terrestrial biodiversity and they make a huge impact on reducing climate change, giving us oxygen and preventing soil erosion and flooding. All the while they are being destroyed at an astonishing rate!
We were shocked and saddened to learn that most wrapping paper cannot be recycled and considering that at least 50,000 trees are chopped down each year to produce it, it is nothing less than terrible for our planet and our future.
This is where PlanetWrapIt was born - we want to change how things are done.
By choosing recycled and recyclable gift wrap, we all instantly make a difference in protecting the woodlands and trees. This is just the start.
We also pledge to plant more trees that we will ever use for our business. We want to give something back.
#planet50k - We don't chop trees down, we plant them and we can't wait for you to join our journey.
Lots of love, Rachael and Neil x