Remnants of fabric, partnered with natural touches, are the ideal solution for gift-wrapping with a carefree, sophisticated style.
Pieces of fabric in assorted fibres and colours
Selection of flora
Tip: Select soft, natural fabrics such as linen or cotton for a touch of elegant simplicity. For bargain buys, search the remnant bins at your local fabric store.
Cut fabric to suit size of gift.
For a square-shaped gift, lay fabric flat and shaped like a diamond. Place gift in centre.
Fold one corner over gift. Fold opposite corner over the top.
Bring together the other two corners of fabric and tie in a knot to secure.
For unusual-shaped gifts, experiment with size and shape of fabric.
Decorate gifts with leaves, small branches or handmade name tags.
Did you know? Furoshiki are the inspiration for this project – a type of Japanese wrapping cloth traditionally used to transport clothes, gifts and other goods. Search ‘furoshiki’ on YouTube for loads of step-by-step videos.
For more merry makes, pick up the December issue of Home Beautiful magazine, on sale 12th November 2018.
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