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Singapore took a green approach to its development
Don't buy presents
Comme ce que tu fais 😁❤️
this video confused me so much at first. I was like. oh cool a video about Japanese culture, oh cool an asian person in a kimono she's probably Japanese. Lady in kimono : *starts speaking french*
thought you’d guys would like this idea
We Indians were doing this since the beginning of time
I guess this is how anything was wrapped and packed in India before the advent of plastic and love for glossy paper decors took over. Seen my granny wrap books, pile of clothes n even wad of notes in this way. We have forgotten our past, embraced new unnecessary things n now are appreciating when our past is displayed by foreign countries
Japan is a unique, creative and special country. I want to have a Japanese wife. Anyone want with me?
I am so doing this next year the need to stop sell paper rapping paper.
this is cool aye
We reuse gift wrap, bags and bows. We also use material to stitch or sew a quick bag together. It’s part of the gift for them to reuse. We give them back and forth between the family.
I like the no sew idea too!! Perfect for hubby and for my daughter who don’t sew, yet! 😉
: nos emballages « serviettes » sont trop écolos en fait 😂
coole Idee... Tücher, Stoffe..... 👌🏽
Fantastic ideas. You could share the same price of material between friends and families for decades...making it a special shared price of wrapping material. Take a picture each time it is used and scrapbook its history
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