Sneak Peek at Chewing The Cud's Organic Cotton Gift Wrap


Photo credit: Chewing the Cud
Chewing the Cud previewed its utterly gorgeous reusable fabric gift wrap (known in Japan as furoshiki) at the National Stationery Show earlier this week.

Handprinted on 100 percent organic cotton using soy-based inks, the 28-by-28-inch fabric squares can double up as scarves or table linens. They come in three designs: Give Luck, Give Love, and Give Wisdom. Pricing to be determined.Can't wait till June? Check out the BOBO wrapping scarf, made in the United States from reclaimed textiles whenever possible. (Tip: grab a pair of bamboo handles and turn that scarf into a classy hobo.)


Photo credit: Chewing the Cud

Photo credit: Chewing the Cud

Photo credit: Chewing the Cud

Photo credit: Chewing the Cud
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