850 comments

  • Star S.
    05/24/2020 09:54

    Ou l’accent le plus cute du monde ! Adorable cette femme.

  • Elizabeth A.
    01/24/2020 11:00

    Great idea, so beautiful wrapping but quite expensive... If the gifts are unwrapped carefully, wrappers could be recycled... Maybe we could educate people not to tear up the gíft wrappers.

  • Suzy G.
    01/17/2020 22:41

    we are !

  • Sterre O.
    01/08/2020 18:28

    leuk

  • Rohit M.
    01/08/2020 09:37

    This is practiced extensively in India. From homes to businesses to govt offices, we've been wrapping everyday stuff in clothes since ages, only we didn't give a name to it on most occasions

  • Sterre O.
    01/05/2020 23:10

    Yes! love this initiative

  • Sagarika P.
    01/01/2020 09:36

    we should do this for our Christmas gifts

  • Emma C.
    12/28/2019 09:47

    we should try furoshiki next year 😜

  • Samantha J.
    12/27/2019 17:43

    next year!

  • Jane Z.
    12/26/2019 00:59

    F

  • Tongaporutu N.
    12/25/2019 10:17

    😘

  • Sylvia A.
    12/24/2019 04:08

    🤔

  • Alex W.
    12/24/2019 01:08

    mayhaps for next year?

  • Lindy K.
    12/23/2019 10:45

    Get a load of this ! How nice would pieces of Christmas fabric look around the tree?

  • Shweta G.
    12/23/2019 02:49

    ideas

  • Louise V.
    12/22/2019 17:11

    great idea❤it.

  • Jason D.
    12/22/2019 09:28

    this is cool, if it's easy and cost effective to get hold of lovely fabrics. I think this will be up your street!

  • Giada D.
    12/22/2019 09:05

    we should start to use this technique.

  • Laurie K.
    12/22/2019 06:46

    I love that she is speaking French!

  • Rachael L.
    12/22/2019 05:40

    next year 🤔

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